In a week when the three other new arrivals in the Top 10 have a combined total of 14 No.1s between them, Ariana Grande scores her first, debuting atop the list with her third studio album, Dangerous Woman.
Its success - on sales of 19,582 copies, including 5,304 from streams - comes despite the fact that none of the three singles/preview tracks that preceded it made the Top 10, with the title track peaking at No.17, Be Alright reaching No.65 ...
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