Play It Again Sam were celebrating a strong start with Public Service Broadcasting’s third album, as Every Valley ran Jay Z very close for a place in the Top 3.
PSB led the legendary rapper in early sales flashes before just being pipped to the No.3 spot, eventually landing at No.4 with sales of 11,979, according to the Official Charts Company.
“I’m sure Jay Z wouldn’t give a toss, to be honest!” laughed PIAS MD Peter Thompson, in an interview ...
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