Michael Bublé number 1 in albums in the UK with ‘Higher’

Tight competition for number 1 on the UK album chart, which ultimately fell to Michael Bublé’s side with Higher, beating Machine Gun Kelly’s Mainstream sellout, which starts at number two. It is the fifth album with which Bublé reaches the lead in this classification, after having achieved it with ‘Crazy love’ (2009), ‘Christmas’ (2011), ‘To be loved’ (2013) and ‘Love’ (2018) . Full of direct entries on the podium positions, which Placebo completes with Never let me go on the third step. Also making their way into the top ten: Matt Goss with ‘The beautiful unknown’ (#7) and Koffee with ‘Gifted’ (#9). No change in the top 5 or top 10 entries on the UK Singles Chart, led for the fourth week in a row by Dave with Starlight. Second place for Aitch and Ashanti with Baby and third for Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran with Peru.

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