Charts analysis: No.6 Collaborations Project spends third week at summit

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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