Grammy Award winner Adele tops UK album chart once again
London: Adele has returned to the top of the UK album chart, taking the top spot from Nicki Minaj’s ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’.
Adele’s second album 21, the biggest selling record of 2011, has now spent 64 weeks on the UK chart, the BBC reported.
Former Canadian Idol contestant Carly Rae Jepsen remains top of the singles chart with her ‘Call Me Maybe’ track while fellow Canadian Justin Bieber’s single ‘Boyfriend’ took no. 2 spot.
Singer-songwriter Gotye remains at number three with his hit record ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’, featuring Kimbra.
The song’s success has now extended to US TV show Glee, which featured a cover version of the song in its most recent episode.
‘Climax’ by US star Usher was another new entry in this week’s Top 10, making its countdown debut at number four.
‘We Are Young’ by indie band Fun entered the singles chart at seven, while UK rapper Sway claimed eighth place with his track ‘Level Up’.