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.
On The Charts
On The Charts
Canada Day helped put the focus on homegrown artists and it shows on the Albums chart this week.
Imagine Dragons score with their third album, and Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s summertime hit “Despacito” remains undefeated on the Songs chart.
Nickelback and Lorde are the big winners in this week's Albums chart.
Katy Perry clips the competition with Witness debuting in 1st place on the albums chart on the basis of a slender 23K consumption unit tally.
Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom debuts at No.
Thanks in large part to the enormous success of Luis Fionsi & Daddy Yankee’s global hit, “Despacito,” boosted heavily by the remix featuring J
Chris Cornell's legacy survives, but he wasn't the only artist showing strong sales.
Harry Styles’ self-titled debut solo album enters at number one on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 19,000 total consumption units that bl
A rundown with video of what's hot and new on the albums chart in Canada this week.
For the third week, Kendrick Lamar’s Damn. holds down the 1st place on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 12,300 total consumption units scored in the past seven days to Sunday, and DJ Khaled's "I'm The One" turfs Ed Sheeran's run at the top of the Songs chart with 5.5M streams.