Despite major competition with four new albums debut in the top ten this week, American cross-over actress Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour remains at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the fourth consecutive week, again achieving the highest on-demand streams and digital song sales for the week.
American rapper Polo G’s Hall Of Fame is the week’s top new entry at No. 2, picking up the second-highest on-demand stream total. Born Taurus Tremani Bartlet, Polo's album matches the No. 2 peak of his last release, The Goat, in May 2020.
Migos’ Culture III debuts at 3. It's the Georgia rap trio's third straight top-three album, following 2017’s Culture and 2018’s Culture II, which both reached No. 1.
Two albums from Canadian artists complete the top five, with The Weeknd’s Highlights and Justin Bieber’s Justice both sliding back one position, to 4 and 5 respectively.
Bo Burnham’s Inside (The Songs), the soundtrack to his popular Netflix comedy special, debuts at 6. It is the first comedy album to reach the top ten since Weird Al Yankovic’s Mandatory Fun hit No. 3 in 2014.
Maroon 5’s Jordi, the band’s first album since 2017, debuts at 8. All seven of their studio albums have reached the top ten.
Taylor Swift’s evermore skips 19-14, achieving the highest album sales in the week, goosed by the release of a vinyl edition.
Two more new releases enter the top 60 this week: Korean girl group Twice's Taste Of Love, at 38, and Wolfgang William Van Halen's Mammoth WVH’s debut album, at 53.
– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC Data's Paul Tuch.