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Future Has This Week's No. 1 Album

Future’s High off Life debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, picking up the highest on-demand stream total for the week with close to ten million streams.

Future Has This Week's No. 1 Album

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Future’s High off Life debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, picking up the highest on-demand stream total for the week with close to ten million streams. It is his fifth chart-topping album and first since Future Hndrxx Presents: The Wizrd in January 2019.


Polo G’s The Goat debuts at 2, with the second-highest album sales and on-demand stream total for the week. It is his highest chart peak to date, surpassing the No. 8 position reached with his first charted album, 2019’s Die A Legend.

Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes and The Weeknd’s After Hours fall one position to Nos. 3 and 4 respectively, and last week’s No. 1 album, NAV’s Good Intentions, drops to No. 5.

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Other new entries this week include Noah Cyrus’ The End Of Everything, at 45; Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit’s Reunions, at No. 58 (with the highest album sales total for the week), and the soundtrack for the animated film SCOOB! at 62.

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

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Hozier Thanks OVO Arena For Clearing Up ‘Misunderstanding’ Over Fans’ ‘Free Palestine’ Scarf

The singer said his team has a "zero policy" about prohibiting sings at shows.

Hozier and the OVO Arena Wembley have apologized and responded to a fan’s complaint about an incident in December in which she was reportedly told to remove a “Free Palestine” scarf before attending one of the singer’s shows. “Thank you to OVO Arena Wembley for clearing up this misunderstanding,” Hozier wrote early Monday morning (Feb. 26) after the venue posted an apology last week to attendee Hiba Ahmad, who said in an earlier X post that she was “pulled aside and escorted to wardrobe” in December while attending a show at the venue while wearing the scarf.

“The team and I have zero policy of prohibiting signs of any kind and I’m sorry to Hiba and her friends that they experienced this at the London show,” Hozier added.

This article was first published by Billboard U.S.

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