Plan B set to reclaim the UK Number One spot with ‘iLL Manors’

Wiley also looks set for a second week at Number One with 'Heatwave'

Plan B is set to reclaim the Number One spot in the Official UK Album chart this Sunday (August 12) with ‘iLL Manors’.

The rapper had lost the top spot last week to Conor Maynard and his debut album ‘Contrast’, but the teenage singer is set to fall to Number Five this weekend after just one week at the top. Emeli Sande, meanwhile, is set to be Number Two, with Maroon 5 at Number Three and Rihanna at Number Four.

There are set to be no new entries in Top 20, with Antony & The Johnsons’ new album ‘Cut The World’ set to be the only new addition to the Top 40 at Number 27, according to the Official Charts Company.


In the singles chart, Wiley’s ‘Heatwave’ looks to be odds on to be Number One for a second week, with Calvin Halvin Harris and Example’s ‘We’ll Be Coming Be Back’ currently at Number Two, boyband Lawson new at Number Three with ‘Taking Over Me’, Florence And The Machine‘s ‘Spectrum’ at Number Four and Redlight also new at Number Five with ‘Lost In Your Love’.

Maroon 5, Rudimental, Stooshe, Far East Movement and Karmin are set to take the other spots in an otherwise unchanged Top 10.

Check NME.COM on Sunday at 7pm (BST) for the latest chart news.


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