Jay-Z looks all set to gain his first ever number album in the UK when the charts are revealed this weekend.

The New York rapper’s twelfth offering, Magna Carta Holy Grail, is currently outselling its closest rival, Michael Buble’s To Be Loved, to the top spot.

Jay-Z’s highest charting album in the UK was Watch The Throne, his collaborative record with Kanye West, which reached the number three spot.

That’ll be one more thing the 43-year-old will no doubt want to cross off his bucket list.