2014 is proving to be a great year for one rock legend Bruce Springsteen.
The star, whose career has spanned nearly over a decade, landed the number slot on the UK charts with his new album High Hopes.
This marks the singer’s tenth UK number one album with the record, which serves as the follow-up to his 2012 chart-topper titled Wrecking Ball.
The success of High Hopes now puts Springsteen ahead of the likes of fellow stars such as David Bowie, ABBA, Queen and the late king of pop Michael Jackson, who each have nine UK number one albums.
Now High Hopes which was reviewed in late 2013 on ‘The Fuse with Taylor & Dr Dj CK’ has received world wide acclaim and has gone to prove that age really doesn’t matter in the music industry.
High Hopes is now available for download on Itunes & Spotify.
Another star who is slowly coming up the albums charts is newcomer Ellie Goulding landing in at number two with Halcyon.
Beyoncé’s self-titled album slips one place to number three and Bastille’s debut LP titled Bad Blood rises to number four on this week’s chart following its nomination for ‘British Album of the Year’ at this years 2014 Brit Awards.