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Tory Lanez Releases 2nd Hit Album In Seven Month Stretch

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack spends its fourth week at No. 1, marking it as the longest running soundtrack chart-topper since Frozen spent seven weeks at the top in 2014, but it's Lanez (pictured here) who grabs the glory with his second album this year.

Tory Lanez Releases 2nd Hit Album In Seven Month Stretch

By FYI Staff

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born soundtrack spends its fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 12,000 equivalent units, marking it as the longest running soundtrack chart-topper since Frozen spent seven weeks at No. 1 beginning in March 2014.


Ginette Reno’s A Jamais jumps 3-2 with just under 12,000 equivalent units, up 4% over last week and earning the highest album sales total for the week.

Andrea Bocelli’s Si is the top new entry of the week, debuting at 3, achieving the second highest album sales tally in the week and becoming his 4th top-three album and first since My Christmas peaked at 2 in November 2009.

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Tory Lanez’s Love Me Now debuts at 4, earning the highest on-demand stream total for the week and giving the Canadian hip-hop his third straight top-five album, following his sophomore set, Memories Don’t Die, which hit No. 1 in March.

Joji, the alias used by a Japanese-born record producer, singer, songwriter, rapper and retired YouTube personality, picks up his first top ten album as Ballads 1 enters at 7. He previously peaked at 62 with his EP In Tongues in November 2017.

Other new entries in the top 50 include Roman Catholic trio Les Pretres’ Quand Les Hommes Vivront D’amour, at No. 19; Quebec rapper Souldia’s Sirvivant, at 22 and Swedish pop singer Robyn’s Honey at 33.

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Fixing The News Business Means Learning To Think Differently (Guest Column)

Change is coming quickly to the news industry, and innovation has to come just as quickly.

This is the second part of a series of guest columnsseeking answers to the financial issues that have plagued Canadian news organizations.

My prescription for change is very clear. Stop trying to solve today's problems through yesterday's lens.

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