The Weeknd’s After Hours remains at Number One on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the second week, achieving over 1K album sales and the highest on-demand stream totals (over 13M) in the week.
This is his third of four chart-topping albums to spend multiple weeks at the top of the chart. It is also the first chart-topping album by a Canadian artist to spend two straight weeks at No. 1 since Drake’s Scorpion held the top position for five consecutive weeks beginning in July 2018.
Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia is this week’s top new entry, landing at No. 2. It is her highest-charting album to date, surpassing the No. 14 peak of her self-titled 2018 release.
Partynextdoor’s Partymobile debuts at 3 and marks the highest-charting album to date from the Canadian hip-hop artist. It surpasses the No. 4 peak of his 2016 release Partynextdoor 3.
The third new entry in the top five this week goes to Pearl Jam’s Gigaton, at 5, scoring the highest album sales for the week. It is their first charting album since 2013’s Lightning Bolt debuted at No. 1.
5 Seconds of Summer’s C A L M jumps 11-7, giving the band its fifth straight top ten album.
Other debuts this week include Joyner Lucas’ debut studio album ADH,D at 9; Jessie Reyez’s Before Love Came to Kill Us, at 17, and Loud Luxury’s EP Nights Like This, at 55.
-- All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by Nielsen Canada Director Paul Tuch.