Little Mix look set to claim their first ever UK Number 1 album on the Official Albums Chart this week, with fourth studio record 'Glory Days' leading in yesterday's Official Chart Update, racking up 64,000 combined sales just halfway into the week.
If it's able to hold its momentum up until Friday's big reveal, it'll not only be one of the fastest-selling LPs of 2016 to-date, but will beat Metallica and Bruno Mars to the top spot, who have released their albums 'Hardwired… to Self-Destruct' and '24K Magic' respectively.
UB40 also return to the charts this week with their first 'Unplugged' album, starting the week at Number 16, whilst the Donna Summer 'Ultimate Collection' is rising steadily, currently at 25.
Over on the Official Singles Chart, Rae Sremmurd's 'Black Beatles' featuring Gucci Mane is the closest competitor to Clean Bandit's hit single 'Rockabye', featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie. Despite being at the top of the charts for the past two weeks, Clean Bandit are holding steady and are 7,000 combined sales ahead of Rae Sremmurd.
Maroon 5 may reach a new peak position with their latest release 'Don't Wanna Know', which is currently up two places since last Friday at Number 6, whilst Craig David is going up the charts once more with his Children in Need single, 'All We Needed', new at 14.
Credit: Official Charts Company
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