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Andrea Bocelli and Lady Gaga lead Official UK charts

Andrea Bocelli

Andrea Bocelli

Andrea Bocelli has landed his first chart-topping album in the UK with ‘Si’, the first classical album to hit Number 1 in almost 21 years. ‘Si’ includes collaborations of Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa and the artist’s own son.

It is the first classical album that achieves the number #1 since the soundtrack of ‘Titanic’ (1998). In addition, Bocelli is the first classical vocalist to lead the list since ‘The Three Tenors in Concert’ by Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo reached number 1 in 1996.

1. (E) Andrea Bocelli – Si
2. (1) B.S.O. A Star Is Born
3. (5) Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody (B.S.O.)
4. (2) B.S.O. The Greatest Showman
5. (E) Tom Odell – Jubilee Road
6. (E) Jess Glynne – Always In Between
7. (34) Queen – The Platinum Collection
8. (6) Rod Stewart – Blood Red Roses
9. (10) George Ezra – Staying At Tamara’s
10. (9) Dua Lipa – Dua Lipa

 

SINGLES (Top 40 Singles)

1. (1) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – Shallow
2. (6) Little Mix ft. Nicki Minaj – Woman Like Me
3. (2) Calvin Harris & Sam Smith – Promises
4. (3) Dave ft. Fredo – Funky Friday
5. (4) Marshmello ft. Bastille – Happier
6. (5) Rita Ora – Let You Love Me
7. (8) Kodak Black / Scott / Offset – Zeze
8. (10) Dynoro & Gigi D’Agostino – In My Mind
9. (13) Freya Ridings – Lost Without You
10. (9) Silk City ft. Dua Lipa – Electricity

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper keep their place at the top of the Official Singles Chart for a second week, holding off fierce competition from Little Mix.

‘Shallow’, which is included in ‘A Star Is Born’ OST, is Gaga’s fifth UK Number 1 and first chart-topper since ‘Telephone’ eight years ago. Two more songs from ‘A Star Is Born’ feature in this week’s Top 40: ‘Always Remember Us This Way’ at 27 and ‘I’ll Never Love Again’ at 29.

Meanwhile, Little Mix’s ‘Woman Like Me‘ ft. Nicki Minaj leaps from 6 to 2 this week – their eighth Top 5 single to date.

SOURCE | Officialcharts.com

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