The movement image solid recording of A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) makes a profitable begin on the U.Ok. album chart, debuting at No. 1, as south London rapper Dave does the identical on the singles record with “Funky Friday” (Dave Neighbourhood), that includes Fredo.
The film soundtrack represents a brand new U.Ok. triumph for the movie's main woman Lady Gaga, who options all through the soundtrack, in addition to her main man Bradley Cooper. Gaga final topped the British album bestsellers in 2013, with Artpop. The No. 1 debut of A Star Is Born holds U.S. duo Twenty One Pilots to a No. 2 entry, some 2,000 mixed items behind, with their third album Trench (Fueled by Ramen/Atlantic/Warner Music). That's a profession finest within the territory, beating the No. 5 peak of 2015's Blurryface.
Rod Stewart's Blood Red Roses (Decca/Universal), which entered at No. 1 final week, dips to No. Three, whereas The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) recedes Three-Four and Eminem's Kamikaze (Interscope/Universal) Four-5. You Me at Six have a prime 10 success on the Official Charts Company's countdown for a fifth time, beginning at No. 6 with VI (Underdog).
Modern rock long-runners Echo and the Bunnymen come near a brand new prime 10 entry with The Stars The Ocean & The Moon (BMG), which arrives at No. 11. Lil Baby & Gunna's Drip Harder (Capitol/Universal) is in at No. 12 and Ok.T. Tunstall's Wax (Virgin/Universal) at No. 15. The deluxe repackage of John Lennon's Imagine (Apple Corps/Universal) takes it again into the chart at No. 19. Now That's What I Call Music 100 (Sony Music CG/Virgin EMI/Universal) tops the compilation chart for a 12th combination week.
Dave's single information 6.7 million audio and video streams throughout the week to assert the singles crown, ending the five-week reign of “Promises” (Columbia/Sony) by Calvin Harris and Sam Smith within the course of. “Happier” by Marshmello & Bastille (Positiva/Universal) falls 2-Three and Kanye West and Lil Pump's “I Love It” (Def Jam/Universal) Three-Four, whereas Rita Ora's “Let You Love Me” (Atlantic/Warner) climbs once more, 6-5.
“Shallow,” from the A Star Is Born soundtrack, climbs 13-6, whereas two different tracks from the rating album hit the singles prime 40, Gaga and Cooper's “I'll Never Love Again” at No. 35 and Gaga's solo “Always Remember Us This Way” at No. 39.