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Post Malone Is King Of The Charts For A 2nd Week

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding remains at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the second week, with 22,000 total consumption units, generating the highest audio-on-de

Post Malone Is King Of The Charts For A 2nd Week

By FYI Staff

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding remains at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the second week, with 22,000 total consumption units, generating the highest audio-on-demand stream and digital song totals for the week. The album currently sits at No. 2 on the Year-to-date consumption chart, behind Billie Eilish’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go.


The highest debut of the week and lone new entry in the top ten belongs to the Lumineers’ III at 2, scoring the highest album sales total of the week. All three of their albums have peaked in the top two and it is the group’s first charted albums since Cleopatra entered at No. 1 in April 2016.

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Other new entries in the top 50 include Korn’s The Nothing at No. 11, Glorious Sons’ A War On Everything at No. 13, the band’s highest-charting album to date, the Top Boy soundtrack at No. 23 and Charli XCX’s Charli at No. 50.

Following last week’s passing of singer/guitarist/songwriter Ric Ocasek, The Cars’ Complete Greatest Hits debuts at No. 55.

Lewis Capaldi’s first charted song, Someone You Loved, jumps 2-1 on the Digital Songs chart, with a 19% download increase. It took the song 27 weeks to reach the summit.

-- All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by Nielsen Canada director Paul Tuch.

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