The British artist and singer is back to the No. one on the Official U.K. Music Chart, with “equals”, for its third consecutive crown.
Ed Sheeran has done it once more.
The British singer and songwriter is in the top position at the top of the Official U.K. Albums Chart with = ( equals via Asylum) to claim the third time in a row.
Sheeran’s most recent album was the number. 2 top-selling album across the U.K. in 2021, just behind Adele‘s 30 (Columbia) in accordance to the data released by the Official Charts Company.
A variety of the greatest hits collection is on the rise this week such as the album of Little Mix called Between Us (up 5-4 via RCA) the Elton John’s Diamonds (up 9-7 via Mercury/UMC) The Weeknd’s Highlights (up by 18-9 through Republic Records/XO) The Fleetwood Mac 50 Years Don’t Give Up (up 15-10 on Rhino), ABBA Gold (12-11 via Polydor) Eminem’s Curtain Call The Hits (27-17 via Interscope) George Michael’s Twenty Five (32-19 via Aegean) and The Beatles”1″ (30-23 by Apple Corps), Michael Jackson’s Number Ones (48-27 via Epic) and David Bowie’s Legacy (54-38 via Parlophone).
In the next section A few former singers are now chart lives such as the Sheeran’s Divide (11-8) Kylie Minogue’s Disco (51-28 via BMG) Tom Gronnan’s Evering Road (42-31 via Insanity) Dave’s Alone In This Together (47-33 via Dave Neighbourhood) as well as The Billie Eilish’s Happier than ever (46-34 through Interscope) along with the Taylor Swift’s Folklore (66-40 via EMI).
The latest count is notable because of the absence of any new releases. There are no new titles in the Top 100 on this latest chart, which is post-Christmas.