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Post Malone, Childish Gambino Have This Week's No. 1s

Rap, hip-hop and French pop acts rock this week's streaming songs and albums charts.

Post Malone, Childish Gambino Have This Week's No. 1s

By FYI Staff

Post Malone picks up his first chart-topping album as Beerbongs & Bentleys jumps 2-1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart this week, with 22,000 total consumption units. The album once again has the most on-demand streams for the week, with 27 million.


Quebec superstar Eric Lapointe’s Delivrance debuts at 2, picking up the highest album sales total for the week with over 15,000 units sold. It surpasses the No. 6 peak of his last album, 2013’s Jour De Nuit and it is his highest charting album since his first No. 1 album, 2008’s Ma Peau.

Leon Bridges’ Good Thing debuts at 3. It surpasses the No. 3 peak of his debut release, 2015’s Coming Home.

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Tupelo, Mississippi hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd’s SR3MM debuts at 4. It is the brothers’ first top ten album, besting the No. 13 peak of their first charted album, 2015’s Sremmlife.

Floridian rock act Shinedown’s Attention Attention debuts at 8. It matches the peak of their last release, 2015’s Threat To Survival.

Following two sold-out shows at Montreal’s Olympia last week, French pop singer Christophe Maé’s L’attrape-Reves rockets 111-9 with a 440% consumption increase. The album debuted at 57 in mid-March.

The one other new entry to debut in the top 50 this week belongs to American rapper Royce Da 5’9’s Book Of Ryan, at 27.

Following his much talked about appearance on Saturday Night Live, Donald Glover’s musical alter-ego Childish Gambino scores the No. 1 debut on both the Streaming and Songs charts with “This Is America.” His previous chart peak was No. 22 Digital and No. 23 Streaming with 2017’s “Redbone.” His album catalogue also picked up significant increases, with Awaken, My Love re-entering the Billboard Canadian Albums chart at 46 (+155%) and Because The Internet re-entering at 73 (+194%).

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with colour commentary provided by Nielsen Music’s Canadian director, Paul Tuch.

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