Lewis Capaldi's 'Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent' Returns To U.K. Summit

Lewis Capaldi
Shayan Asgharnia

Lewis Capaldi photographed on June 11, 2019 at Capitol Records in Los Angeles.

Lewis Capaldi returns to No. 1 on the U.K. album chart for a tenth non-consecutive week with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (EMI/Universal).

Capaldi's set is back on top as it begins its second year on the survey. It's been in the top seven for its entire 53-week span, never dropping lower than No. 7. It's the U.K.'s biggest-selling artist album of 2020 to date and is certified triple platinum by the BPI.

After four aggregate weeks at No. 1, Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia (Warner Records) falls to No. 2. Harry Styles' Fine Line (Columbia/Sony) rises again, 6-3, equaling its debut and peak last December. Drake is down 3-4 with Dark Lane Demo Tapes (Ovo/Republic/Universal), while U.S. rapper Future scores a U.K.-best No. 5 debut with his eighth album High Off Life (Freebandz/Epic/Sony).

Fellow American rap artist Polo G makes his first album chart appearance at No. 6 with The Goat (Columbia/Sony) and British punk duo Sleaford Mods start at No. 10 with the All That Glue retrospective (Rough Trade). The album was No. 1 in midweek sales flashes from the Official Charts Company.

Meanwhile, Dababy's “Rockstar” (Interscope/Universal), featuring Roddy Rich, tops the singles countdown for a second week.

“Rockstar” wins the singles race with 57,000 combined units, including seven million streams, to stay ahead of Doja Cat's “Say So” (Ministry of Sound), which is back up 3-2. That trades places with Drake's “Toosie Slide.” There's an 8-4 climb for “Rover” (Parlophone/Warner) by S1mba featuring DTG, while “Death Bed” (Robots & Humans/RCA/Sony) by Powfu featuring Beabadoobee holds at No. 5.


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