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Taylor Swift Continues Her Albums Chart Domination

Taylor Swift’s folklore returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 11,000 total consumption units and racking up the highest album sales total for the week.

Taylor Swift Continues Her Albums Chart Domination

By FYI Staff

Taylor Swift’s folklore returns to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 11,000 total consumption units and racking up the highest album sales total for the week. It is the album’s fourth non-consecutive week at No. 1, making it her second-longest-running chart-topping release to date, surpassed only by 1989, which held the No. 1 position for nine weeks in late 2014.


Pop Smoke’s Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon drops to No. 2 with the highest on-demand stream total for the week, and Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die remains at No. 3.

Three new releases debut in the top ten, led by Metallica & The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra’s S&M2, at No. 4. It is the band’s highest-charting album since 2016’s Hardwired…To Self-Destruct entered at No. 1 and it matches the No. 4 peak of their first team up on S & M in December 1999.

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Katy Perry’s Smile lands at No. 5, her first release since 2017’s Witness entered at No. 1.

B4 The Storm, the debut album from the American hip-hop collective Internet Money, comes in at No. 7.

Other new entries include Brit singer and American producer Dua Lipa & The Blessed Madonna’s Club Future Nostalgia at No. 13, Brit electro duo Disclosure’s Energy at No. 37, American rapper Jaden’s CTV3: Cool Tape Vol. 3 at No. 55, HatCan singer Dallas Smith’s Timeless at No. 58, Quebec City rapper Souldia’s Silence Radio at No. 61 and Swift Current, SK hat singer Colter Wall’s Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs at No. 63.

All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC’s Paul Tuch.

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse
Joey Martinez

Neil Young and Crazy Horse

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Neil Young's Love Earth Tour Will Take Him Throughout Canada

The Canadian icon is bringing his Love Earth Tour with Crazy Horse to Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Burnaby. He's also added a second date at Toronto's Budweiser Stage, accompanying the release of his new album, FU##IN' UP.

Neil Young is showing some love to Canadian cities on his Love Earth tour. While his original tour announcement featured just one stop in his home country, in Toronto's Budweiser Stage, he's now announced dates in Manitoba, Alberta and B.C., as well as a second show at Toronto's Budweiser Stage, in response to "incredible fan demand."

The original tour was set to kick off in San Diego at the end of April and finish in Chicago in May. These five new dates pick things back up in July, with stops in Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, and Young's hometown of Winnipeg. The tour finishes at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby B.C.

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