Midweek Charts: Chris Brown on course for UK number one

Paul Williams

RCA act Brown's newly-issued album Fortune is currently outselling its closest rival, Maroon 5's A&M/Octone/Polydor-issued Overexposed, by around 80% with Warner Bros's Linkin Park a bit further behind in third place with Living Things, according to the Official Charts Company. Brown's highest-charting album to date is Exclusive, which reached number three in 2007.

Brown and Maroon 5 are also leading the singles market at this stage of the week with the US band's Payphone featuring Wiz Khalifa less than 1,000 ...

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