Taylor Swift No Streaming Policy Pushes New Album Close To 100K Mark

Taylor Swift’s Reputation spends a second consecutive week at the top of the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 17,000 total consumption units. This is her fourth straight album to spend multiple weeks at number one.

She had 15,000 album sales in the past week, bringing her two week total to 94,000. This makes it the third highest selling album so far in 2017, behind Ed Sheeran and Metallica.

The first album from Country superstar couple Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Rest of Our Life, debuts at 2 with 10,000 total consumption units. It’s McGraw’s highest charting album since 2007’s Let It Go reached No. 1, and it matches the peak of Hill’s last charted album, 2005’s Fireflies.

Sia’s Everyday Is Christmas debuts at 8. All three of her albums have charted in the top 10, with each of her first two albums peaking in the top two.

Michael Bublé’s Christmas continues to be a holiday staple, dating back to its 2011 release when it spent five weeks at number one. The album bullets 14-9 this week with a 35% consumption increase. It is the seventh straight holiday season that the album has reached the top ten.

Other debuts in the top 50 include MuchDance 2018, 17; Barenaked Ladies’ Fake Nudes, at 24; Jaden Smith’s Syre, at 32; Emile Proulx-Cloutier’s Maree Haute, at 33; Lil Peep’s Come Over When You’re Sober, at 34; Green Day’s Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band, at 37; and Iron Maiden’s Book Of Souls Live, at 44.

Camila Cabello’s “Havana” holds at number one on the Streaming Songs chart for the fourth week while Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” spends its sixth week at the top of the Digital Songs chart.

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

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