Drake's 'In My Feelings' and 'Mamma Mia!' Soundtrack Still Lead U.K. Charts

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Drake performs on Aug. 25, 2016 in Atlanta.

The soundtrack of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Polydor/Universal) starts a third week at the U.K. album summit, on which Travis Scott scores the highest new entry with Astroworld (Epic/Sony). Drake's “In My Feelings” (Cash Money/Republic/Universal) rules the singles chart for a fourth week.

The Mamma Mia! album stays ahead of The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner), which stays at No. 2 as Scott makes a No. 3 start, significantly ahead of the No. 19 peak of his last album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight in 2016. Drake dips 3-4 with Scorpion and George Ezra's Staying At Tamara's falls 4-5. 

Mancunian longrunners James are new at No. 6, marking their ninth top ten album, with Living In Extraordinary Times (BMG). Deaf Havana arrive at No. 8 with Rituals (So Recordings); the band's last album All These Countless Nights began at No. 5 in February last year. Now That's What I Call Music 100 (Sony Music CG/Virgin EMI/Universal) starts a third week atop the compilations chart.

Weekly streams of 10.6 million helped the Drake single to continue its reign, helped by the release of its new video. Ezra's former No. 1 “Shotgun” sits at No. 2 for the fifth week in a row, while “No Brainer” (Black Butter/Def Jam/Universal) by DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Quavo improves 4-3. 5 Seconds Of Summer's “Youngblood” (Capitol/Universal) holds at No. 5.

Dance duo Loud Luxury climb 19-8 with “Body” (Armada), featuring Brando, and Travis Scott's memorable week includes a No. 9 singles entry for “Sicko Mode.” He also appears on the singles chart with two other tracks from Astroworld, “Stargazing” at No. 15 and “Carousel” at No. 29.