Ed Sheeran was holding the top spot on Wednesday, but with new material from the Manic Street Preachers being released this week, they are closing in on his crown. Don't forget about Dolly Parton, her Glastonberry stint is making her "Blue Smoke" album shift copies like hot cakes.
Here are this week's New & Re-Entries in the UK Top 100.
This week's chart features the likes of Madonna , & Eurythmics. The featured video this week is "Johnny Come Home" by Fine Young Cannibals
Here are this week's predicted Top 10 singles and album chart. Tune in to BBC Radio 1 from 4pm on Sunday to find out what this week's number 1 is.
After already scoring 2 number 1's this year with Clean Bandit & Route 94, Jess Glynne is aiming for her 1st solo number one today with "Right Here".
A trip back of only 14 years today for a Music Monday from one of the USA's biggest selling Country singers. LeAnn Rimes.
Ariana Grande & Iggy Azalea were leading the way on Wednesday for the number 1 spot, but Ella Henderson will not let go of her crown fully, she let it slip last week with Ed Sheeran, but she wants that top spot again, but with new entries from Sia & DJ Fresh it's an open climb to the top spot.
Wednesday looked like 5 Seconds Of Summer were going to claim their 1st number 1 album with their debut LP, but Ed Sheeran is still selling strong. George Ezra is also amongst the party to spoil things, but who will claim the best selling album this week?
Here are this week's New & Re-Entries in the UK Top 100
This week's chart features the likes of Gary Puckett And The Union Gap & The Drifters. The featured video this week is "I'd Love You To Want Me" by Lobo