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Drake's Certified Lover Boy Holds At No. 1 In Fourth Week

Drake’s Certified Lover Boy spends its 4th consecutive week at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, again picking up the highest on-demand streams for the week.

Drake's Certified Lover Boy Holds At No. 1 In Fourth Week

By FYI Staff

Drake’s Certified Lover Boy spends its 4th consecutive week at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, again picking up the highest on-demand streams for the week.


The remainder of the top five remain the same from last week with Lil Nas X’s Montero at No. 2, Kanye West’s Donda at 3, The Kid Laroi’s F*ck Love at 4, and Doja Cat’s Planet Her at 5.

The top new entry of the week belongs to YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Sincerely Kentrell, at 8. This is his second top ten album, following 2020’s Top, which reached No. 4.

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Other debuts this week include G-Eazy’s These Things Happen Too at 15; UMC Quebec’s popular singer-songwriter Patrice Michaud’s Grand Voyage Desorganise, at 69, and veteran Quebec singer Mario Pelchat celebrates a 40-year career with his double album, Comme Un Premier Rendez-Vous, at 71.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC Data's Paul Tuch

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Live Nation Antitrust Lawsuit Expected to Be Filed by DOJ on Thursday

The lawsuit is expected to charge that the concert giant has a monopoly on event ticketing through Ticketmaster.

A Department of Justice lawsuit against Live Nation for violating U.S. antitrust laws is imminent and could be filed as soon as Thursday (May 23), a source with knowledge of the DOJ’s plans tells Billboard.

The lawsuit is rumored to charge that Live Nation has a monopoly on event ticketing through Ticketmaster and that it illegally uses its monopoly power to grow its business and stifle competition. The DOJ has been investigating Live Nation for more than two years. With that investigation now wrapped, company president Joe Berchtold recently said he was hopeful his company would avoid a legal showdown with the DOJ’s top antitrust lawyer, Jonathan Kanter.

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