Move over Ed Sheeran, there's a new mega-selling male star in town (we still love you really, Ed).
Rag'n'Bone Man has scored the biggest-selling debut album by a male artist in over a decade, beating the debuts of Sheeran in 2011 and Sam Smith in 2014.
His breakthrough album Human has shifted 117,000 copies in its first week of release, which has outsold the rest of the Top 20 combined.
"A massive thank you for going out and buying my album, streaming it and making it such a success so quickly, it means the world to me," he told Official Charts. "Number 1 album... smash!"
Human is also the highest-selling first week of an album since David Bowie's Blackstar last year, and ranks only behind One Direction, Rebecca Ferguson and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds in terms of first week sales this decade.
Rag – real name Rory Graham – released the album February 10th and has already been named the Critics' Choice at the 2017 Brit Awards.
"I thought they had made a mistake," the singer said of his Brits win. "I was up against two pop giants. It's bloody brilliant! I'm crazy happy. Proper massive grin."
Rag'n'Bone Man first hit the scene last summer with his single 'Human', which has peaked at number two on the UK singles charts.
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