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BTS Tops Justin Bieber's Changes In Week Two

BTS’ Map of The Soul: 7 debuts at No.

BTS Tops Justin Bieber's Changes In Week Two

By FYI Staff

BTS’ Map of The Soul: 7 debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 23,000 total consumption units, earning the highest album and digital songs sales and the second-highest on-demand stream total for the week. It is the K-Pop band’s third straight chart-topping album and their highest one-week consumption total to date.


Last week’s No. 1 album, Justin Bieber’s Changes, slips to No. 2 but continues to have the highest on-demand stream total.

Ozzy Osbourne’s first studio album in nearly ten years, Ordinary Man, debuts at 3, with the second-highest album sales total for the week. It is his highest-charting album since Down To Earth peaked at 2 in 2001, and his first charting album since 2010’s Scream reached No. 4.

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Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By edges 5-4 and Roddy Ricch’s Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial rebounds 7-5 as his single, The Box, spends its eighth straight week at the top of the Streaming Songs chart.

Pop Smoke’s Meet the Woo 2 jumps to its highest peak to date, moving 11-8. The artist was killed on February 19th.

Other new entries this week include Youngboy Never Broke Again’s Still Flexin, Still Steppin’ at 21; Matt Holubowski’s Weird One,s at 33; 2freres’ A Tous Les Vents, at 42; Matthew Good’s Moving Walls at 49; and Sarah Harmer’s Are You Gone at 63. It is her first charted album since 2010.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by Nielsen Director Paul Tuch.

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Sidhu Moose Wala Spends Second Week on Canadian Hot 100 With "Drippy"

The posthumous single from the influential Punjabi artist, featuring MXRCI and AR Paisley, is charting again this week. Beyoncé also debuts with Canadian-penned single, "Texas Hold Em."

After a debut in the top ten last week, his highest chart performance ever, the late Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala spends a second week on the charts with "Drippy." The posthumous single, produced by MXRCI and featuring Canadian artist AR Paisley, lands at No. 56 on the Canadian Hot 100 this week. The song has also amassed nearly 25 million YouTube views in two weeks and is making international news.

BBC reported on the song's chart impact this week, speaking with Billboard Canada editor Richard Trapunski about the song's high debut, and how it indicates the broader momentum of Punjabi music in Canada, as well as the special place that Sidhu Moose Wala holds within that growth.

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