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Juice Wrld Is No. 1, But So Is A Chorus Of Quebec Women Singers

Juice Wrld’s sophomore album, Death Race for Love debuts at No.

Juice Wrld Is No. 1, But So Is A Chorus Of Quebec Women Singers

By FYI Staff

Juice Wrld’s sophomore album, Death Race for Love debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 10,000 total consumption units, scoring the highest audio-on-demand stream total for the week. This is the American rapper’s first chart-topping album to date, surpassing the No. 5 peaks of his two previous releases, Goodbye & Good Riddance and his album Future & Juice Wrld Present…Wrld On Drugs, with Future, both of which were released in 2018.


Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next rebounds to No. 2 as the single “7 Rings” returns to No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart.

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Serge Fiori, Seul Ensemble, the companion album to Cirque Eloize’s stage show, based on the music of Serge Fiori, debuts at 5, picking up the best album sales total for the week.

Dido’s first album in six years, Still on My Mind, debuts at 12. All four of her previous albums peaked in the top ten.

Maren Morris’ Girl debuts at 14, the highest Country album on the chart this week. It matches the No. 14 peak of her first charted album, 2016’s Hero.

The only other new entry in the top 50 belongs to UK band Foals’ Part 1 Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, at 26, the Oxford ensemble’s highest charting album to date.

“Tu Trouveras La Paix,” a charity song covering the Renee Claude song from 1971, debuts at No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart. The song, recorded to raise money for Alzheimer’s disease, features a number of Quebec’s top female artists, including Celine Dion, Ginette Reno and Isabelle Boulay.

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

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