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Miley Cyrus Debut Takes A Back Seat To Billie Eilish's No. 1 Album

Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? returns to No.

Miley Cyrus Debut Takes A Back Seat To Billie Eilish's No. 1 Album

By FYI Staff

Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with the highest audio-on-demand streams and digital song download totals for the week. It is the album’s fifth week at No. 1, the longest-running chart-topping album of the year.


Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road is the top new entry of the week, landing at No. 2. It matches the highest chart peak to date achieved from his last two releases, 2015’s Tangled Up and 2017’s Life Changes.

Khalid’s Free Spirit rebounds 6-3 with a 2% consumption increase.

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Miley Cyrus’ She Is Coming debuts at 4. All eleven of her albums have reached the top ten and eight have debuted in the top five.

 

With the publicity around the movie Rocketman, Elton John’s 2017 best of collection, Diamonds, bullets 26-5 with a 76% consumption increase. It is his highest charting album in the Nielsen SoundScan era, surpassing the No. 7 peaks of 2010's The Union and 2013’s The Diving Board. The soundtrack for Rocketman vaults 58-30 with a 72% consumption increase.

With a new deluxe release, Tory Lanez’s Love Me Now rockets 128-25 with a 194% consumption increase. The album peaked at No. 4 in November 2018.

Other debuts in the top 50 include Avicii’s Tim, at 31; the Chainsmokers’ World War Joy, at 35; and Denzel Curry’s ZUU, at 36.

Lil Nas X’s Old Town Road remains at No. 1 on both the Streaming and Digital Songs charts.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional colour commentary provided by Nielsen Canada director, Paul Tuch.

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