Could today get any better for Beyonce?
As if the successful arrival of her daughter Blue Ivy wasn’t enough to put a smile on her face, her UK based fans have given her even further cause to beam.
Because, in response to the daily press coverage she and her pregnancy have been receiving worldwide, she has enjoyed a sales boost in the United Kingdom with her latest album ‘4’ and its supporting singles.
Full chart check below…
Rising 6 places to #6, ‘4’ now resides 4 spots above Rihanna‘s ‘Talk That Talk‘, which fell three places to #10 this week.
Meanwhile on a singles front, ‘Love On Top‘ is this week’s #20, two places above its position last week and now spot below Drake and Rihanna‘s ‘Take Care’.
Rihanna‘s ‘You Da One’ falls 8 places to #24 as ‘We Found Love‘ slips by 4, a commendable feat considering the single made its entry on the chart 14 weeks ago.
As is to be expected, Adele‘s ‘21‘ is the highest selling album in the country this week, even after being released 50 weeks ago, closely followed by Bruno Mars‘ ‘Doo Wops And Hooligans‘ which is #2 and Amy Winehouse‘s ‘Lioness- Hidden Treasures‘ at #5.
Following her separation from comedian Russell Brand, Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’ rises to #30, placing it 8 chart positions above Fenty’s ‘Loud‘.
Well done to all!