Harry Styles scores second number one album on Billboard 200


Harry Styles has landed his second U.S. number one album with a huge sales week.

The former One Direction star’s new release, Fine Line, has sold 478,000 equivalent albums – the third biggest sales week of the year – to rocket to the top of the chart. It’s also the largest sales week for an album by a solo U.K. male artist since 1991, while Harry becomes the first U.K. male artist to debut at number one with his first two albums.

Coming in at number two is Blake Shelton with Fully Loaded: God’s Country, while Roddy Ricch’s Please Excuse Me for Being Anti-Social drops from one to three. Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding and the Frozen II soundtrack round out the top five.