The ‘Before You Go’ hitmaker returns to the top spot on the U.K. albums chart with ‘Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent’, pushing aside Dua Lipa and her ‘Future Nostalgia’.
The record, which dropped on May 17, 2019, tops Friday’s May 22, 2020 Official Charts Company rundown, with Lewis celebrating a year, in which his album became Britain’s biggest seller.
The number one return gives the Scottish singer a 10th non-consecutive week on top, a full year in the top 10.
Last week’s top album, Dua Lipa‘s “Future Nostalgia“, slips one place to two while Harry Styles‘ “Fine Line” rises to three and Drake‘s “Dark Lane Demo Tapes” is at four. Future‘s “High Off Life” completes the new top five.
In the singles chart, DaBaby‘s “Rockstar”, featuring Roddy Ricch, holds on to the top spot, seeing off competition from Doja Cat‘s “Say So”, which rises to two, and Drake‘s former number one, “Toosie Slide”, which slips to three.