Ariana Grande’s third (consecutive) No.1 album, Thank U, Next is the first to spend more than a week at No.1, holding in pole position on its second frame, despite consumption falling 51.84% week-on-week to 31,404 units (including 23,612 from sales-equivalent streams).
Helped by the fact it includes the nation’s top two singles for the second week in a row, the album avoids the fate that befell her previous chart-toppers, Dangerous Woman (2016) and Sweetener (2018), which dipped 1-8 and 1-3 ...
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