Chris Brown has hit the UK No.1 album spot for the first time, knocking Linkin Park from the top spot with his new album, 'Fortune'.
The singer beats American soft-rockers Maroon 5 to No.1, who score the second highest new entry on this week's album chart at No.2 with 'Overexposed'. Last week's No.1, Linkin Park's 'Living Things' drops to No.3.
The only other new entry on the album chart come much lower on the countdown, with Mary Chapin Carpenter landing at No.26 with her new album 'Ashes And Roses'.
Despite missing out on the album chart No.1, Maroon 5 return to the top spot on the singles chart, as 'Payphone' boomerangs back to pole position, ousting Will.i.am, who drops to No.3 with his current hit, 'This Is Love'.
There is little new action in the single chart either, with a handful of new entries close to the bottom of the Top 40.
Blur's 'Under The Westway' proves the more popular of the band's two new releases to enter at No.34 and Dappy's controversial new single 'I'm Coming (Tarzan Pt 2)' is new at No.35. Jessie J's 'Domino' turns up like a bad penny, returning to the Top 40 at No.38.