Bob Dylan has scored his ninth number one album with Rough And Rowdy Ways – breaking two chart records in the process.
Lady Gaga’s sixth record Chromatica has scored the biggest opening week of 2020 on the official albums chart.
Billie Eilish is on course to top the charts with her James Bond theme song No Time To Die.
Green Day have achieved their fourth number one album in the UK with their 13th record.
European Union anthem Ode To Joy has made it into the top 40 and is this week’s most downloaded song after it was given a chart boost by Remainers.
The artist behind last year’s Christmas number one is hoping to repeat his success, but he will have to compete with the likes of Stormzy, Taylor Swift and Lewis Capaldi for the festive accolade.
Westlife are expected to land their first UK number one album in more than a decade.
Slipknot have landed their first number one album in 18 years, ending Ed Sheeran’s reign at the chart summit.
Ariana Grande is on course for her sixth UK number one single with Boyfriend.
Brit Critics’ Choice nominee Lewis Capaldi joked that he is a “one-hit wonder” as he landed his first number one single.
Sir Rod Stewart has ended Eminem’s reign at the top of the UK album charts.
Ed Sheeran has claimed the first number ones of the year after topping both the albums and singles charts.
Singer Sam Smith has thanked his long-time fans for showing their support since his first album In The Lonely Hour three years ago.
Ed Sheeran has scored a charts double whammy this week with a number one single and a number one album.
Beyonce looks set to help Ed Sheeran claim his fourth UK number one single as a new remix of Perfect climbs the charts.
Paloma Faith has landed her first ever UK number one with new album The Architect.
Sam Smith has said scoring a second number one album is “a dream come true”.
Sam Smith could be on track for a fourth week at number one with his single Too Good At Goodbyes this week.
The Killers could see early success with their new record Wonderful Wonderful, which has already shot to the top of the charts just days after its release.
UK Music has called on music streaming platforms to end their “free ride” by providing better deals to British artists.