Justin Bieber Is Back At No. 1

Justin Bieber’s Justice returns to No.

Justin Bieber Is Back At No. 1

By FYI Staff

Justin Bieber’s Justice returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the fourth non-consecutive week, with the highest on-demand streams and digital song download totals for the week.

Slime Language 2, the collaborative compilation album from Young Thug and Gunna, and featuring appearances from a large number of hip-hop stars, debuts at No. 2. It surpasses the No. 11 peak of the first Slime Language album in 2018.

Last week’s chart-topping album, Taylor Swift’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version), drops to 3rd place.

Quebec alt-rock band Your Favorite Enemies’ frontman Alex Henry Foster enters at 4 with the live release, Standing Under Bright Lights, scoring the highest album sales for the week. It tops the No. 6 peak of his first solo album, 2018’s Windows in the Sky.


Nashville’s Eric Church’s Heart debuts at 10. It is his fifth straight top ten album and the first release since 2018’s Desperate Man reached No. 5.

Michigan rock outfit Greta Van Fleet’s The Battle At Garden’s Gate enters at 11, the rockers’ follow-up to their 2018 debut No. 2 album Anthem Of The Peaceful Army.

Offspring’s Let the Bad Times Roll, their first full-length album since 2012, debuts at 16.

Other new entries include (former Karkwa singer-songwriter) Louis-Jean Cormier’s Le Ciel Est Au Plancher at 31, and US death-metal band Cannibal Corpse’s Violence Unimagined, at 53.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC’s Paul Tuch.

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