Lana Del Rey "outselling" competition, scores a midweek No.1 album
The Official Charts Company explained that she is "comfortably outselling" her competition and is today's (February 1) chart-topping record, beating Leonard Cohen's 'Old Ideas' and Ed Sheeran's '+', which are now at No.2 and 3 respectively.
Christina Perri's 'Lovestruck' has climbed an incredible 27 places to No.10, Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger' is a re-entry at No.33 and Professor Green's latest cut, 'At Your Inconvenience', has dropped 16 positions to No.39.
Upon hearing about her chart success, Del Rey took to her official Twitter page and thanked her fans for their support:
"Thank you for making the record #1 in 11 countries. Your sweet words have softened the effect of even the harshest reviews. I adore you."
Watch Del Rey's live performance of 'Blue Jeans' from SNL here:
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