Coeur De Pirate Has This Week's Best-Selling Album
Kanye has the top scoring album receipts with massive streaming numbers, but it's Canada's own Beatrice Martin who wins over the purse strings of her fans with a new album that takes its title from a sign she saw planted in a patch of grass in Paris.
By FYI Staff
Kanye West’s Ye debuts at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart this week with 14,000 total consumption units and the second highest album sales and On-Demand stream totals. This is his sixth chart-topping album and first since 2013’s Yeezus. It surpasses the No. 6 peak of his last album, 2016’s The Life Of Pablo, which bullets 171-90 this week with a 57% consumption increase.
Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys holds at 2 with the highest on-demand stream total for the week, and Shawn Mendes’ self-titled album falls, from first place to 3.
Coeur De Pirate’s En Cas De Tempete Ce Jardin Sera Ferme (translated as ‘During this storm the garden will be closed’) debuts at 4, achieving the highest album sales total in the week. This is Béatrice Martin’s fourth straight album to debut in the top five and falls just shy of the No. 2 peak of her last two releases, most recently the 2015 Roses.
Swedish heavy metal band Ghost B.C.’s Prequelle debuts at 6, their highest charting album to date. It surpasses the No. 7 peak of their last album, 2016’s Popestar.
Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues rockets 32-8 in its 31st week on the chart, picking up a 142% consumption increase. Their new single, “Girls Like You,” jumps to No. 1 on both the Streaming and Digital Songs charts, their sixth digital chart-topper and second streaming No. 1. It is also the highest chart peak for the album since it debuted at No. 2 in November.
In its 52nd week on the chart, Luke Combs’ This One’s for You vaults 59-10 with a 218% consumption increase, thanks to a new deluxe version of the album. The album’s highest previous peak was 35 in its debut week last June.
– All data courtesy of SoundScan with colour detail provided by Nielsen Music Canada Director, Paul Tuch.