Rihanna set to beat One Direction in race for UK Number One album

Meanwhile Olly Murs is set to take the top spot from the RiRi in the singles chart

Rihanna is set to grab the Number One spot in the UK album chart with her sixth studio album ‘Talk That Talk’ on Sunday (November 27).

The singer is currently holding off competition from boyband One Direction, who are presently at Number Two with their debut album ‘Up All Night’. They are one place ahead of Westlife, who are on to enter at Number Three with their new ‘Greatest Hits’ album.

Kate Bush is presently at Number Five with her new album ’50 Words For Snow’ and Nickelback are Number Nine with their new record ‘Here And Now’.


For the first time since its release in January, Adele‘s ’21’ is set to be outside the UK Top 10 at Number 11. The Saturdays will also be hoping to improve on their current position, with their new album ‘On Your Radar’ presently at Number 15 in the rundown.

In the singles chart, Olly Murs is set to oust Rihanna from the top of the chart with his new single ‘Dance With Me Tonight’, which is on to push ‘We Found Love’ down to Number Two.

Kelly Rowland is on to enter at Number Four with ‘Down For Whatever’, with Avicii at Number Five with ‘Levels’ and former X Factor contestant Rebecca Ferguson currently Number Eight with her new single ‘Nothing’s Real But Love’.

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


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