Beyonce to lead Glastonbury-dominated chart

Paul Williams

Following her Sunday night headline appearance, Beyonce's newly-issued fourth RCA-handled solo album 4, has sold around 32,000 units, according to Official Charts Company data, which is more than the combined sales of its three nearest challengers. These are led by XL act Adele's 21 and also take in Interscope/Polydor's Lady GaGa with Born This Way and Adele's first album 19.

Beyonce is also just outside the new chart week's 10 top-selling singles with Best Thing I Never Had showing up ...

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