Dave has scored his second consecutive UK Quantity One album with ‘We’re All Alone In This Collectively’ and has claimed the most important opening week on the chart since 2019.
The rapper’s new album, which arrived final week (July 23), debuted on the high spot with over 74,000 chart gross sales – 56 per cent of which had been bodily copies – making it the very best opening week of the 12 months. The file’s gross sales far surpassed earlier holder Olivia Rodrigo, whose debut album ‘Sour’ picked up 51,000 chart gross sales in June.
Moreover being the chart’s largest opening week since November 2019, when Coldplay’s ‘Everyday Life’ opened with 81,000 chart gross sales, Dave’s newest providing has additionally claimed the most important opening week for a UK rap album since Tinie Tempah’s debut ‘Disc-Overy’ in October 2010.
‘We’re All Alone In This Collectively’ – which follows 2019’s Mercury Prize-winning ‘Psychodrama’ – was certainly one of two new releases to land contained in the Prime 5, alongside Anne-Marie‘s ‘Therapy’ which took the Quantity Two spot.
“Second Quantity One album. Lots of feelings however that is the work of the folks, one of the best supporters on earth… my household and pals however most significantly God,” Dave mentioned after discovering out he had bagged the highest spot. “For this we give God the glory. 74,000 album gross sales in a single week and it’s God’s doing. It’s our Quantity One. Historical past.”
Take heed to ‘We’re All Alone In This Collectively’ beneath:
The Prime 10 noticed new entries from The Kid Laroi’s ‘F*ck Love’ mixtape, which leaped 46 locations to a brand new peak at Quantity Six following the discharge of the gathering’s closing chapter ‘Over You’, and Amy Winehouse’s ‘Again To Black’, which vaulted 29 locations to Quantity Seven – its first Prime 10 look in a decade – after the 10-year anniversary of her dying and launch of recent documentary Reclaiming Amy.
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