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The Weeknd Has This Week's No. 1 Album

The Weeknd’s After Hours spends its second straight week, and sixth week overall, at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 4,000 total consumption units.

The Weeknd Has This Week's No. 1 Album

By FYI Staff

The Weeknd’s After Hours spends its second straight week, and sixth week overall, at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 4,000 total consumption units. It is the longest-running chart-topping album by a Canadian artist since his 2016 release, Starboy, spent seven non-consecutive weeks at No. 1.


Harry Styles’ Fine Line jumps 4-2, the highest position the album has reached since its second week on the chart in late December 2019.

DaBaby’s Blame It On Baby remains at No. 3 for the third straight week, once again scoring the highest on-demand stream total for the week.

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Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes and Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding both move up one position, to Nos. 4 and 5 respectively.

Sparked by Canada Day on July 1st, The Tragically Hip’s best-of collection Yer Favourites bullets 23-9 with a 40% consumption increase. It is the album’s highest chart position since it was No. 5 in mid-November 2017.

This week’s top debut belongs to CanCountry singer Tenille Townes’ The Lemonade Stand, at 26. It is her highest-charting album to date, surpassing the No. 91 peak in February of her EP Road to the Lemonade Stand.

Another Canadian artist, Corb Lund, debuts at 31, with Agricultural Tragic achieving the highest album sales total for the week. It is his first full-length album release since 2015’s Things That Can’t Be Undone peaked at No. 8.

Haim’s Women in Music Pt III enters at 37, their first charted album since 2017’s Something To Tell You reached No. 11.

Other new entries include Quebec singer Alicia Moffet’s debut album, Billie Ave., debuting at 39;

6lack’s 6pc Hot EP, at 50, and Quebec chanteuse Klo Pelgag’s Notre-Dame-Des-Sept-Douleur, at 55.

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

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