Robin Thicke earns first UK No.1 album

Robin Thicke has scored his first UK number one album with Blurred Lines.

Following the huge success of the album’s title track, the Canadian singer achieves only his second Top 40 album in the UK. His previous entry was 2007’s The Evolution of Robin Thicke, which peaked at 30.

Thicke told The Official Charts Company of his chart-topping album: “Thank you for making my new album number one in the UK! This is a dream come true. I hope everyone enjoys it. Peace, love, and sexy!”

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Source: Official Charts Company