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In this week's Music Minute: The 1975 knock Adele off the top of the US charts, Rihanna launches her world tour and Tinie Tempah releases a new track.
The 1975 tops the US Billboard 200 chart
Congratulations are in order for The 1975 who have just landed their first number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. Their second album I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, knocked Adele off the top spot selling more than 108,000 copies in the US in just one week. Matt Healy and co. are also at the top of the UK charts making it their second number one album following their self-titled debut in 2013.
Rihanna hits the road
Rihanna will finally launch her Anti world tour on Saturday after postponing the opening shows in February. The singer will kick off the 71-date stadium tour in Jacksonville, Florida but Rihanna's european fans will have to wait until June when she begins the second leg.
Single of the week
If you need to update your playlist then get into the spring/summer spirit with Tinie Tempah's new track Girls Like. The rapper has teamed up with Zara Larsson for the club-banger and I guarantee it'll have you on the dancefloor in no time.