Post Malone Enjoys 8th Week At No. 1
Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 7,500 total consumption units, and 8.5M audio-on-demand in the week.
By FYI Staff
Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 7,500 total consumption units, and 8.5M audio-on-demand in the week. It is the album’s eighth week at the top of the chart.
Michael Buble’s Christmas bullets 9-2 with a 56% consumption increase and the second-highest on-demand streams total for the week. It is the second straight year that the album has reached the top two.
Celine Dion’s Courage falls one position to No. 3 but earns the highest album sales total for the week with 6,300 units sold. The Frozen 2 soundtrack slides 7-4 with a 2% consumption increase.
Last week’s No. 1 album, Leonard Cohen’s Thanks For The Dance, drops to 5th place but yielding the second-best album sales total with 5.3K copies shifted in the week.
The top new entry goes to The Game’s Born 2 Rap, at 18. It is his tenth top 20 album and his first charted since 1992 peaked at No. 14 in October 2016.
Also debuting in the top 50 are Marc Dupre’s Rien Ne Se Perd, at 31, and Fabolous’ Summertime Shootout 3, at No. 39.
Tones And I’s Dance Monkey remains at No. 1 on both the Streaming and Digital Songs charts.
The Weeknd has two songs inside the top five on the Streaming Songs chart, with Heartless at 3 and Blinding Lights entering at 4. Blinding Lights also debuts at No. 2 on the Digital Songs chart.
— All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by Nielsen Canada Director Paul Tuch.