Ball & Boe 'Together Again' at UK Album Summit, Camila Cabello Wears Singles Crown

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Michael Ball and Alfie Boe support BBC Children in Need Rocks for Terry at Royal Albert Hall on Nov. 1, 2016 in London.

Singers Michael Ball and Alfie Boe have repeated the success of last year's No. 1 U.K. album Together (Decca/Universal) by entering at the top again with Together Again. On the singles chart, Camila Cabello has her first solo bestseller, as "Havana" (Epic/Syco/Sony), featuring Young Thug, moves up after three weeks at No. 2.

Ball and Boe claimed 2016's bestselling artist album with their first collaboration and are back at No. 1 after holding Welsh rock mainstays Stereophonics to a No. 2 debut with their tenth top 10 album, Scream Above the Sounds (Parlophone/Warner Music). Vocal stylist Gregory Porter has a career-best No. 3 start on the Official Charts Company survey with Nat King Cole and Me (Decca/Universal). 

George Michael's 1990 chart-topper Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 (Sony), which powered back to the top last week, falls to No. 4, while P!nk's Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony) dips 2-5. Pop favorites Steps re-enter at No. 7 with a "Crying At The Disco" edition of Tears on the Dancefloor (Steps Music), which previously peaked at No. 2, and Chris Brown's Heartbreak on a Full Moon (RCA/Sony) arrives at No. 10. Kelly Clarkson just misses the top 10, as Meaning of Life (Atlantic/Warner) starts at No. 11.

Cabello's first No. 1 solo hit in the U.K. beats her previous best of runner-up spot with 2016's "Work From Home" when she was a member of Fifth Harmony. "Havana" finished the chart week nearly 4,000 combined units ahead of "Rockstar" (Republic/Universal) by Post Malone featuring 21 Savage, which falls to No. 2 after four weeks at the top. 

Marshmello's "Silence" (Ministry of Sound), featuring Khalid, and Avicii and Rita Ora's "Lonely Together" (Positiva) are both unmoved, at Nos. 3 and 4 respectively. "Dusk Till Dawn" (RCA/Sony) by Zayn featuring Sia, nudges 6-5, to return to its entry peak in its eighth chart week. "How Long" (Atlantic/Warner) by Charlie Puth rises 17-9.


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