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On The Charts: June 18, 2018

Kanye, Dave Matthews Band and Dierks Bentley debut in the top 10 and in the top 50, Quebec's fave country singer Guylaine Tanguay comes in at 23, Sugarland at 31, and sensational Brit R&B stylist Jorja Smith's debut makes a splash at 41. Videos included.

On The Charts: June 18, 2018

By FYI Staff

After three weeks out of the top spot, Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the third week. With over 11,000 total consumption units to its credit, the album achieves the highest on-demand stream and digital song download sales total in the seven-day frame.


Three new releases debut in the top ten this week, led by Dave Matthews Band’s Come Tomorrow, at 2. The album, which earns the highest sales total for the week, is their fourth release to reach the top two and is their first charted album since 2012’s Away From The World reached 3.

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Kids See Ghosts, the self-titled album project from Kanye West and Kid Cudi, debuts at 3. It is the second straight week featuring a chart debut from Kanye West, who entered at No. 1 last week and falls to 4 this week with Ye. It is Kid Cudi’s highest charting release since 2013’s Indicud peaked at 3.

Dierks Bentley’s The Mountain debuts at 10. It is his third straight top ten album and the follow-up to 2016’s 2 Black, which peaked at No. 2.

Other debuts in the top 50 include Quebec’s favourite country singer, Guylaine Tanguay’s 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard, at 23; Sugarland’s Bigger, at 31; and Britain’s famously spirited indie R&B singer Jorja Smith’s Lost & Found, at 41.

 

 

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with colour detail provided by Nielsen Music Canada Director, Paul Tuch

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse
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Neil Young and Crazy Horse

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Neil Young's Love Earth Tour Will Take Him Throughout Canada

The Canadian icon is bringing his Love Earth Tour with Crazy Horse to Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Burnaby. He's also added a second date at Toronto's Budweiser Stage, accompanying the release of his new album, FU##IN' UP.

Neil Young is showing some love to Canadian cities on his Love Earth tour. While his original tour announcement featured just one stop in his home country, in Toronto's Budweiser Stage, he's now announced dates in Manitoba, Alberta and B.C., as well as a second show at Toronto's Budweiser Stage, in response to "incredible fan demand."

The original tour was set to kick off in San Diego at the end of April and finish in Chicago in May. These five new dates pick things back up in July, with stops in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, and Young's hometown of Winnipeg. The tour finishes at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby B.C.

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