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Travis Scott Earns First U.K. No. 1 With ‘Utopia’

Travis Scott has earned his first-ever official U.K. No. 1 album this week with Utopia, claiming 2023’s biggest streaming week for an LP so far in the process.

The Texan rapper’s fourth studio album reaches the summit as a digital-only release. Prior to this, Travis has enjoyed three Top 40 records: 2015 release Rodeo, 2016’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight and 2018’s influential Astroworld.

Anne-Marie lands at No. 2 with her third studio release Unhealthy. It also became the fastest-selling album for a U.K. female solo artist of 2023 so far. Ending the week fewer than 1,500 chart units behind Utopia, Unhealthy joins 2018’s Speak Your Mind and 2021 release Therapy to become Anne-Marie’s third official Top 5 album.

Unhealthy also tops the official vinyl albums chart, having shifted the most copies on the format this week. It is also the most-purchased album in the U.K.’s independent record shops.

Post Malone‘s Austin debuted at No. 3 on the UK Official Charts. It marks the New York rapper’s fifth Top 10 album to date.

(Photo: Daniel Sannwald)

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