Charts analysis: Eminem's Kamikaze holds on at No.1

There is no change at the top of the album chart, where Eminem’s Kamikaze holds sway for the fourth straight week on sales of 18,339 copies (including 9,366 from sales-equivalent streams) - the lowest for a No.1 album since Ed Sheeran’s Divide topped 57 weeks ago on sales of 13,975.   

Kamikaze has now achieved the longest run of consecutive weeks at No.1 for an artist album (as opposed to a Motion Picture set) since Divide was a winner for nine ...

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