Topping the artist album chart for the third straight week, Ed Sheeran’s fourth studio set, No.6 Collaborations Project remains well ahead of the chasing pack, despite consumption dipping 32.10% week-on-week to 41,372 units (including 22,357 from sales-equivalent streams). That’s 190.68% more than Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which is runner-up for the third straight week, and fourth time in total on consumption of 14,233 units.
Three songs from No.6 Collaborations Project continue in the Top 10 of ...
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