Taylor Swift knocks Jake Bugg off UK Album top spot

Labrinth scores his first UK Number One single with 'Beneath Your Beautiful', his collaboration with Emeli Sande.

Taylor Swift knocks Jake Bugg off UK Album top spot

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Taylor Swift's fourth album 'Red' has entered in at the top of the Official UK Album Chart, knocking Jake Bugg's debut off the peak.

The 22-year-old US country singer finally conquered the UK Album chart on her fourth attempt, securing her first ever UK Number One, reports the Official Charts Company.

Jake Bugg's self-titled debut album, which entered in at Number One last week, has been knocked down to Number Three with Emeli Sande's re-released deluxe edition of 'Our Version Of Events' moving up to Number Two.

Boy band Lawson enter the Official UK Album Chart at Number Four with their debut LP 'Chapman Square', while previous chart-toppers Mumford And Sons complete the Top 5 with their second album 'Babel'.

In the Official UK Singles Chart, Labrinth secured his first ever UK Number One single with 'Beneath Your Beautiful, his collaboration with Emeli Sande. The track is the sixth single to be taken from his 'Earthquake' album.

Swedish House Mafia are celebrating as their track, 'Don't You Worry Child', has sold around 308,000 copies since it was released three weeks ago and is now at Number Two in the chart.

Last week's chart-toppers, Calvin Harris and Florence Welch are at Number Three with 'Sweet Nothing', Rihanna's 'Diamonds' holds firm at Number Four for a second week running and PSY's 'Gangnam Style' is at Number Five.

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