Lady Antebellum Return To The Top As Gospel Star Makes Chart History
Country trio Lady Antebellum have returned to the top of the U.S. album charts to claim a fourth non-consecutive week at number one.
The group's Need You Now first reached the Billboard 200 peak at the beginning of February, but they were toppled by Sade's comeback album Soldier of Love after spending two weeks on top.
Lady Antebellum returned to number one earlier this month (Mar10) only to be replaced by Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes last week (17Mar10).
But they refuse to go away - and now they've claimed a fourth week on top.
Marvin Sapp's Here I Am makes history at number two, becoming the highest charting gospel album in the 54-year history of the Billboard countdown.
Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes drops to three, various artists rock compilation The Edge debuts at four and Lady GaGa's The Fame rounds out the new top five.