Charts analysis: Michael Bublé finishes narrowly ahead of Machine Gun Kelly

Michael Bublé’s first new studio album since 2018, and his 11th in all, Higher debuts atop the chart on consumption of 21,170 units (17,525 CDs, 2,682 downloads and 963 sales-equivalent streams), becoming the 46-year-old’s fifth No.1. 

Providing the 12th change of leadership in consecutive weeks but ending the sequence of 10 No.1s by British acts – dating back to his compatriot The Weeknd’s reign in January – Higher puts Bublé in a tie with Celine Dion for most No.1 ...

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