Lana Del Rey beats Paul McCartney to stay at the top of the UK Album Chart

'Born To Die' hangs onto the top spot for the second straight week

Lana Del Rey beats Paul McCartney to stay at the top of the UK Album Chart

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Lana Del Rey has fended off competition from Maverick Sabre and Paul McCartney to remain Number One in the Official UK Album Chart this evening (February 12).

According to data from the Official Chart Company, the singer's debut album 'Born To Die' celebrated a second week in the top spot, with Maverick Sabre's 'Lonely Are The Brave' and McCartney's 'Kisses On The Bottom' charting at Number Two and Three respectively.

Filling out the rest of the Top Five, meanwhile, were old chart-favourites Ed Sheeran, whose '+-' LP took the Number Four spot, and Adele, who had to settle for Number Five with '21'. Elsewhere, the rest of the Top 10 was comprised of Van Halen, Jessie J, Leonard Cohen, Coldplay and David Guetta.

In the singles race, Goyte claimed the Number One position with their track 'Someone I Used To Know', with last week's biggest-seller, David Guetta's 'Titanium', slipping a place to Number Two.

will.i.am's new collaboration with Mick Jagger and Jennifer Lopez 'T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)' debuted at Number Three with Jessie J at Number Four and Alyssa Reid at Number Five. Flo Rida, Cover Drive, Rizzle Kicks, Kelly Clarkson and Lana Del Rey made up the rest of the Top 10.



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