Eminem may have claimed the top spot with his new LP ‘Marshall Mathers LP 2′, but that didn’t stop James Arthur and fellow Brit Pop royal Tinie Tempah from making quite the impact on this week’s ‘Official Charts’.
How both acts fared?
A fresh ‘Chart Check’ awaits you below…
With 63,996 units sold in the market, Arthur’s self titled album spends it first week placed at #2, a spot earned with the help of its lead single ‘You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You’ , the Emeli Sande penned ‘Roses’ and his double Platinum cover of Shontelle‘s 2010 release ‘Impossible.’
One spot beneath ‘James‘ comes Tinie Tempah’s latest offering ‘Demonstration’, which shows up to the chart party and takes a seat at #3 on the Official Charts Top 100 Albums, while claiming the #2 on the chart’s Urban field.
This, as he boasts of three entries on that chart’s Singles section, with ‘Children of the Sun’ placed at #2, the Ella Eyre assisted ‘Someday’ popping up at #14 and the Ballistiq produced ‘Don’t Sell Out’ pulling up and parking at #27.