Charts analysis: Pop Smoke finishes ahead of Ava Max

Andre Paine

Despite the presence of no fewer than five new entries in the Top 10, a quiet week for sales overall means no record managed to register a sale of more than 10,000 units. That left the route to top spot open, and indeed a late surge means the No.1 album of the week is not one of the big new releases but, instead, Pop Smoke’s perennial Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, which climbs to No.1 for ...

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