In a week that included new tracks by Bad Boy Chiller Crew and Sea Power vying for Number 1 spot. Ed Sheeran reclaims the top position with his song = (Equals) (Equals) Bad Boy Chiller Crew boast the highest number of new entries this week with Disrespectful.
After the announcement of his Bad Habits remix featuring Bring Me The Horizon last week, the album – that first reached the top of the charts in the month of November 2021, and has now accumulated more than 54,000 UK chart sales up to now it has risen one spot to take back the top position. See the Ed Sheeran’s Official Chart history in full.

The week’s most recent entry, at No. 2, is courtesy of Bradford-born bassline gurus Bad Boy Chiller Crew, with their second mixtape, Disrespectful. The group, comprised of Gareth “GK” Kelly, Kane Welsh and Sam Clive Robinson are also at number 3 in the Official Record Store Chart today.

In a note to thank fans for their loyalty, Bad Boy Chiller Crew stated on “We’ve got nothing except gratitude for our fans. thank you for your support. Our hopes are becoming reality. We would like the world to dance. It’s a dark space, but we need to bring you some uplifting beats.”

In the Top 10, Sea Power have a new entry at number 4 in their eighth album Everything Was Forever. It’s the first album released under the new name following their rebranding after their rebranding as British Sea Power in 2021 is their most successful UK Albums Chart peak to date. Everything Was Forever is also the top-selling album in independent record stores this week.

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Metronomy have a new entry at 7th place on their 5th studio album Small World, matching their previous record set through 2014.’s Love Letters. Small World also boasts the top position in the Official Vinyl Albums Chart this week.

Eminem’s release from 2015 Curtain Call The Hits increases two spots to number 6, which is the highest chart position since 2006. The greatest hits compilation Between Us continues to hold its place within the Top 10, rising to the 9th spot.

In The Top 40, White Lies have a new entry at 14th place in their sixth studio album I Do Not to fall apart.

At 33, Nashville natives Goodbye June achieve their first UK Albums Chart Top 40 by releasing their album Where the Night Will Go.

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