No.1 on singles and albums simultaneously for the first time a fortnight ago, Drake repeats the feat this week, with One Dance extending its singles chart reign to six weeks, while Views returns to the album summit... but neither would be No.1 on the old paid-for sales model.
Bringing to an end a run of seven consecutive weeks in which the No.1 album has been a new entry, Views rebounds 4-1 on sales of 23,846 copies. That tally includes a ...
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