John Mayer and Bob Smoke topped the UK album charts, while KSI topped the charts.

John Mayer and Bob Smoke topped the UK album charts, while KSI topped the charts.
There were six to 40 entries in the UK album charts, three of which are in the top five John Mayer (Photo). No. 1 rapper and boxer goes on to second album “All Over the Place” KSI, Improves his performance over his previous work “Dismissal”, which came in second last year.

“Hope”, the new posthumous work Pop smoke, Came in third, and the mayor’s “Under Rock” came in fourth. This is the guitarist’s third album, which is one of the top five. Interestingly, the other two, “Birth and Raised” (2012) and “Paradise Valley” (2014) also took fourth place.

Also below, the album “Hail Satin” foo, fighters, Tribute post Bee Keys “Busy Guy” by singer-songwriter at number 17, titled “Tea Keys” Stephen Fredwell (37 °) and a deluxe reprint of “Foreign Affairs” first published in 1989 Tina Turner.

The top 10 are:

1 – “Everywhere” – KSI (Introduction)
2 – “SOUR” – Olivia Rodrigo (Same level)
3 – “Hope” – Pop smoke (Introduction)
4 – “Under Rock” – John Mayer (Introduction)
5 – “Planet Her” – Doja cat (Same level)
6 – “Best Successes” – Queen (Below three levels)
7 – “Nostalgia for the Future” – Dua Lipa (Up to a level)
8 – “÷” – Ed Sheeran (Up to a level)
9 – “50 years – do not stop” – Fleetwood Mac (Up to a level)
10 – “Inside (Songs)” – Go Burnham (Below three levels)

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