There is no stopping Adele. After breaking records last week, Adele’s “21” continues to slay as it stays at number one on the album chart for an 11th week. It achieves the feat of being the longest consecutive run at number one for a studio album by a solo artist in British chart history.
"21" also recorded sales in excess of 100,000 last week for the 11th week in a row. twice has had longer runs at the
album summit than Adele's current sequence, but with soundtrack releases: 17 weeks at number 1 for "Blue Hawaii" in 1962 and 12 for "G.I. Blues" the year before. "21," which has been certified seven-times platinum for U.K. U.K. shipments of 2.1 million, has topped the chart for longer than any album since the and the Wailers compilation "Legend" led the way for its first 12 weeks on the chart from May to August 1984. U.K.
continues to sell, as "Crazy Love" jumps from number 12-7. It’s been on the chart for 77 weeks on the
chart week and has been certified eight times platinum. Also climbing again were "Doo Wops & Hooligans” 11-8 and "Build A Rocket Boys!" 14-9. Scottish indie-rock band debuted at number 10 with "Euphoric Heartbreak”. U.K.
On the singles chart, Comeback Queen Jennifer Lopez stays at number one with “On the Floor” for a second week. It becomes another personal milestone for the singer, as it is her third
chart-topping single but her first to spend more than one week at number one. Her total U.K. single sales are at 3 million. U.K.
"Party Rock Anthem" by featuring Lauren Bennett and Goonrock moves up 3-2 on the singles chart to trade places with Adele's "Someone Like You." ' "Just Can't Get Enough" held at No. 4 as "E.T.", featuring Kanye West, climbed 12-5. "Buzzin” by Mann featuring 50 Cent improved 11-6 and Snoop Dogg's "Sweat" 16-9.