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    Posted on 2023-05-20 10:16:15
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    Ed Sheeran Holds Strong at Number One for the Second Week on the UK Album Chart, Maintaining His Record-Breaking Streak as the Fastest-Selling Album of 2023 So Far. Discover the Impressive Chart History of Every Ed Sheeran Song and Album in the UK.

    Potter Payper, the talented rapper hailing from Barking, secures the highest new entry this week with his highly anticipated debut full-length album, Real Back in Style, landing at an impressive career-best position of number two (2). Potter Payper, also known as Jamel Bousbaa, previously achieved Top 10 success with his 2020 mixtape Training Day 3 (3) and 2021's Thanks for Waiting (8).

    The Jonas Brothers, comprised of Joe, Kevin, and Nick, make their mark on the charts once again with their sixth studio release, The Album, claiming the number three spot and earning them their fourth Top 10 album. The trio has seen previous UK chart success with their self-titled debut album Jonas Brothers in 2007 (8), A Little Bit Longer in 2008 (19), Lines, Vines and Trying Times in 2009 (9), and Happiness Begins in 2019 (2).

    Lovejoy, the indie-rock outfit hailing from Brighton, achieves a career-best with their third EP Wake Up & It's Over, securing the fifth position on the chart. The four-piece band, consisting of Will Gold, Joe Goldsmith, Ash Kabosu, and Mark Boardman, earns their first-ever Top 10 entry with this record. Their previous chart appearance was with Pebble Rain in 2021 (12). Don't miss our exclusive interview with the band's vocalist, Will, who is also known as the YouTube personality Wilbur Soot.

    Welsh electronic duo Overmono, composed of brothers Ed and Tom Russell, make an impressive debut on the Official Chart with their first album, Good Lies, landing at number 11.

    Beyoncé's RENAISSANCE record experiences a resurgence, climbing 28 places to reach the Top 20 as her highly anticipated RENAISSANCE World Tour arrives in the UK (13).

    In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Daft Punk's iconic album Random Access Memories reenters the Top 40 for the first time in nine years, propelled by the release of an expanded 3LP edition. The final album from the French electronic pioneers originally peaked at number one in 2013 (16).

    BC Camplight, the talented US singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, earns his first Top 40 album with The Last Rotation of Earth, securing the 31st position.

    Lastly, English DJ Sub Focus achieves his second Top 40 collection as his fourth studio album, Evolve, enters the charts at number 33.

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