Amy Winehouse scores a posthumous No.1 with 'Lioness' album
Amy Winehouse has bagged a posthumous No.1 in the UK albums chart with her new record 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures'.
Yesterday, December 6, her father Mitch revealed 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures' had gone straight in at the top and subsequently raised £140,000 for The Amy Winehouse Foundation and the position was confirmed this afternoon.
The Official Charts Company also revealed that "the London singer’s posthumous release has sold nearly 96,000 copies so far this week, based on this morning’s Official Charts sales flash".
Olly Murs' chart-topping record has slipped down to No.4 to make way for Michael Bublé's 'Christmas', which is a non-mover at No.2, and Rebecca Ferguson's debut album 'Heaven', which has made an appearance at No.3.
Listen to Winehouse's new track 'Between The Cheats', which features on her new record, below:
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