Shania Twain’s ‘Queen Of Me’ Debuts Atop U.K. Albums Chart

Shania Twain‘s latest album, Queen Of Me, has debuted atop the U.K. Albums Chart.

It was a two-horse race to the top against RAYE all week, but the Canadian country-pop icon succeeded in reaching the summit with her sixth studio LP. This marks her third official No. 1 album.

Prior to this, Shania enjoyed U.K. chart-topping success with Come On Over (1998) and Now (2017).

Queen Of Me also topped the Official Vinyl Albums Chart, having sold the most copies on wax this week.

Queen of Me was released on February 3. It was the 57-year-old country music icon’s sixth studio album and her first since undergoing throat surgery four years ago.

With fewer than 2,500 chart units in it, London-born singer-songwriter RAYE enjoys a Number 2 debut with her much-anticipated debut album My 21st Century Blues.

Scottish indie trio Young Fathers earned their first-ever Top 10, with their fourth studio album Heavy Heavy ranked at 7.

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