February 1, 2012 16:04
Lana Del Rey set to storm to the top of the UK Album Chart this weekend
Singer is currently outselling the rest of the UK Top Five combined with her debut 'Born To Die'
The singer's debut is currently outselling the rest of the other top five albums combined. This includes Leonard Cohen, who is set to debut at Number Two with his new album 'Old Ideas', reports the Official Charts Company.
Last week's Number One Ed Sheeran is set to fall to Number Three, with Adele at Number Four and Coldplay at Number Five.
The rest of the Top 10 is largely unchanged, with the only notable entries in the lower reaches of the chart coming from 2 Bears and Django Django, who are at Number 26 and 27 respetively.
In the Official Singles Chart, rising star Alyssa Reid's collaboration with the Jump Smokers 'Alone Again' is set to take the top spot, with last week's chart toppers Cover Drive set to drop to Number Four.
David Guetta and Jessie J are set to stay at Number Two and Three respectively, with Flo Rida also holding firm at Number Five. Gotye is up to Number Six, but there are no other new entries in the Top 10.
Lana Del Rey also sees her singles place boosted by the release of 'Born To Die', with the album's title track up to Number 11 and 'Video Games' up to Number 19.
Check NME.COM on Sunday (February 5) for the latest chart news.
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