London Rapper Dave Tops U.Ok. Album Chart With Debut Set ‘Psychodrama’


London rapper Dave hits No. 1 on the brand new U.Ok. album chart along with his debut set Psychodrama (Dave/Neighbourhood), narrowly successful the gross sales race with Foals. Lewis Capaldi begins a 3rd week atop the singles chart with “Someone You Loved” (EMI/Universal).

Dave scored a significant chart-topping single within the U.Ok. final October with “Funky Friday” that includes Fredo, which spent eight weeks within the high ten. The album registered 26,000 mixed models, in keeping with the Official Charts Company, who say that 79% of its complete got here from monitor streams. Three of its tracks make outstanding debuts on the singles chart: “Disaster” that includes J. Hus at No. eight, “Streatham” at No. 9 and “Location” that includes Burna Boy at No. 11.

In an all-new high 4, Foals need to accept a No. 2 debut with Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt 1 (Transgressive/Warner Music). Their fifth studio album finishes simply 279 mixed models behind Dave. Dido's Still On My Mind (BMG), additionally her fifth studio set, begins at No. three and Norwegian singer Sigrid at No. four along with her first album Sucker Punch (Island/Universal). She made the highest ten in February 2018 with “Strangers.”

Last week's new entry at No. 1, 2019 British breakthrough Brit award-winner Tom Walker's debut album What A Time To Be Alive (Relentless/Sony), falls to No. 5. Paul Weller scores a No. 10 entry along with his Other Aspects — Live At The Royal Albert Hall (Parlophone/Warner Music). 

Capaldi's single finishes 5,600 mixed models forward of Calvin Harris's “Giant” (Columbia/Sony), that includes Rag 'n' Bone Man, which is at No. 2 for a 3rd week. The unchanged high 4 has Mabel at No. three once more with “Don't Call Me Up” (Polydor/Universal) and Ariana Grande at No. four with “Break Up With Your Girlfriend I'm Bored” (Republic/Universal). “Dancing With A Stranger” (Capitol/Universal) by Sam Smith that includes Normani, which spent three weeks at No. three earlier in its chart run, strikes again 7-5.