Rap Legend Dr. Dre Has Debuted His First Studio Release In 16 Years At The Top Of The U.k. Albums Chart.
The superproducer's Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre, which accompanies his new N.w.a. biopic, Straight Outta Compton, has shot to number one, beating Frank Turner's Positive Songs for Negative People to the coveted position.
Turner is a new entry at two, while Ed Sheeran's X switches places with Years & Years' Communion, taking third and fourth place, respectively. Sam Smith rounds out the new top five with In The Lonely Hour.
Meanwhile, in the U.K. singles countdown, singer Charlie Puth has earned his second chart-topper with his Meghan Trainor collaboration, Marvin Gaye.
They replace One Direction's Drag Me Down at the top as the boy band's latest single slips to number nine.
Calvin Harris and Disciples stay put at two with How Deep Is Your Love, and The Weeknd climbs to three with Can't Feel My Face.
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