It's week number 38 in the UK Album Chart for Rihanna 's Talk That Talk album, but rather than disappear from the chart the album has done the exact opposite and rocketed right back to the top, the Official Charts Company said on Sunday.
The album reclaims it's number one spot as it draws ever closer to 1 million British sales, although this is only the second week that the album has made it to the top spot. However, it may not come as quick as Rih-Rih hopes as her jump to the top of the chart made history becoming the lowest-selling album to reach the once coveted spot at the top of the charts. According to Musicweek, sales of the album only reached 9,578 copies which is the lowest weekly sale for a number one in the 21st century, beating the record set by Emeli Sande's debut album Our Version of Things.
Still, it is doubtful that this will get the 'Where Have You Been All My Life' singer too down in the dumps, as the new album has seen both her popularity and wealth escalate even higher than before, with Forbes reporting earlier this year that the Barbadian singer has made $53 million between May 2011 and 2012.