Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber continue their winning streaks on the Albums, Songs and Streaming charts this week.
Arcade Fire has the number one album this week, with Everything Now selling a respectable 50,000 copies out of the box.
Canadian concert dates by Metallica and the death of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington have a dramatic impact on this week's Albums chart.
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Zay-Z is the top gun this week, but Broken Social Scene, the Haims, 21 Savage, and Kesha also place well on the charts this week.
Canada's female vocalists shine this week, and altogether the two Top 10 lists include a creative and sometimes humorous clutch of music videos.
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The Chainsmokers' debut album elbows Drake into 2nd place, Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ slams into the top 10, as does a cappella group Pentatonix, Deep Purple returns with a Bob Ezrin production and Sarah Slean's fan-funded latest debuts in the top 40.