Grande managed to knock Drake off the top spot after two weeks at number one.
Ariana Grande has landed her first ever UK number one album, with her third studio offering, Dangerous Woman. The US singer managed to knock Canadian rapper Drake off the top spot, after he returned to number one for a second time last week with Views.
Ariana Grande has scored her first UK number one album.
But it was a close race, as Dangerous Woman beat Views by just 600 combined chart sales, according to the Official Charts company. The album sees Grande collaborate with artists including Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Macy Gray.
Views only fell one place to number two in its fourth week, but it was still the most streamed album of the last seven days, with over 11,000 sales-equivalent streams. But over in the singles chart Drake is still at number one and he’s broken a chart record.
‘One Dance’ is now enjoying its seventh week on top of the chart, making it the longest running number one single since Leona Lewis' ‘Bleeding Love’ in 2007. This week the single managed an impressive 92,500 combined chart sales, which also gave him the longest running number one of 2016 so far.
Elsewhere in the top five things didn't change much from last week. Still at number two is Justin Timberlake with 'Can't Stop The Feeling' and enjoying another week at number three is Rihanna and Calvin Harris' collaboration 'This is What You Came For.’
At number four is another non-mover, Sia’s ‘Cheap Thrills’, while at number five Galantis’ ‘No Money’ moves up one place. Drake makes another chart appearance at number six with Rihanna collaboration ‘Too Good’, which moved up two places from last week.