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Meghan Trainor knocks Mark Ronson off UK Album Chart top spot

Ronson retains Number One position in UK Single Chart

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Meghan Trainor has gone straight to the Number One spot in the Official UK Album Chart this week with her debut 'Title'.


Official Chart Company data shows Trainor is Number One, finishing ahead of her nearest competitor, Ed Sheeran's 'X' (2) and last week's chart topper, Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Special'.

The full chart rundown was announced this evening (February 1). Trainor's victory gives her her first ever UK Number One album.

Other new entries in this week's Official Album Chart today include The Charlatans (7), Rae Morris (9), Papa Roach (13), Gaz Coombes (18) and Bethel Music (34).

Although he lost his Number One album position to Trainor, Mark Ronson stays at the top of the Official UK Single Chart with 'Uptown Funk', despite competition from this week's highest new entry 'L.A. Love' by Fergie (3) and 'Take Me To Church' by Hozier (2).

Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney’s FourFiveSeconds' is new at Number Five while there are also new entries for Hannah Wants & Chris Lorenzo and Selena Gomez.

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