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Gunna Lands This Week's No. 1 Album

Gunna’s WUNNA debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 7,000 total consumption units, picking up the highest on-demand stream total for the week.

Gunna Lands This Week's No. 1 Album

By FYI Staff

Gunna’s WUNNA debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 7,000 total consumption units, picking up the highest on-demand stream total for the week. It is his first chart-topping album, surpassing the No. 3 peak of his first charted release, Drip Harder, with Lil Baby, in October 2018, and his last release, 2019’s Drip Or Drown 2, which peaked at No. 5.


Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes and The Weeknd’s After Hours both move up one position, to Nos. 2 & 3 respectively, and Polo G’s The Goat drops to No. 5.

BTS’ Agust D’s solo release, D-2, debuts at 12, achieving the highest album and digital song sales totals for the week.

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Other debuts include The 1975’s Notes On A Conditional Form, at 19; KSI’s Dissimulation, at 33; Florida Georgia Line’s 6-Pack, at 36, and the team-up of Quebec hip-hop artists Fouki and Koriass on Genies En Herbe at 48.

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande’s Rain on Me enters the Streaming and Digital Songs charts at No. 1. It is Lady Gaga’s first chart-topping streaming song and Grande’s fourth, while at digital, it is Lady Gaga’s 7th No. 1 and Grande’s 6th No. 1.

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

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Alvvays
Norman Wong

Alvvays

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Happy Anniversary, Archie: Alvvays' Debut Record Gets a 10th Birthday Re-Issue

The Canadian jangle pop group's first album will be available on a new cerulean blue vinyl with an unearthed bonus track, as well as the ten original songs — including breakout single 'Archie, Marry Me' — that launched their career in 2014.

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Alvvays' self-titled debut helped the group break through on an international scale, propelled by jangly guitars, aloof vocals and an expertly catchy single. "Archie, Marry Me," with its soaring chorus and pleading lyrics, became a wedding song for a generation of ambivalent millennials, earnest and sardonic at the same time.

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