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Luke Combs, Ali Gatie Have Hot New Album Entries This Week

Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get debuts at No.

Luke Combs, Ali Gatie Have Hot New Album Entries This Week

By FYI Staff

Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with just over 10,000 total consumption units and earning the highest album sales and digital song download total for the week. It is his first chart-topping album to date, surpassing the No. 4 peak of The Prequel EP in June. It is also the first No. 1 album by a Country artist since Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty landed in September 2018.


Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding drops to 2 and City And Colour’s A Pill For Loneliness returns to the top ten, placing at No. 3.

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Lil Mosey’s Certified Hitmaker debuts at 8, his highest-charting album to date. It surpasses the No. 20 peak of his first charted album, 2018’s Northsbest.

Toronto-area singer Ali Gatie debuts at 32 with his first charted album, YOU.

Big movers this week include Michael Buble’s Christmas 30-11 (+81%), Rex Orange County’s Pony (+212%), and Doja Cat’s Hot Pink 178-36 (+144%).

Tones And I’s The Kids Are Coming holds at 14. The album includes their first charted song, Dance Monkey, which holds at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart and jumps to No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart.

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

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Diljit Dosanjh Announces Another Canadian Stadium Concert, at Toronto's Rogers Centre

Dosanjh had previously announced a record-breaking concert at Vancouver's BC Place, and now adds 12 more dates to his history-making Dil-Luminati tour, which will mark the first time a Punjabi musician has headlined at both Vancouver and Toronto stadiums.

Diljit Dosanjh is making more history with his latest tour announcement.

The artist has revealed where he'll be taking his Dil-Luminati tour this summer, adding twelve new dates following his previously announced stadium show in Vancouver. The tour promises to be monumental: beginning in Vancouver and ending in Toronto, it marks the first time a Punjabi artist has headlined Vancouver's BC Place and Toronto's Rogers Centre. The BC Place performance is also set to be the largest ever Punjabi music concert outside of India, at a sold-out capacity of 54,000.

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