Nav (pictured) delivers a new mixtape tomorrow, a Stones exhibit will roll into Kitchener, and Radio Starmaker launches a new program. Also in the news are AmericanaFest UK, Music PEI, CMW's Virtual Voices, Mariposa, CIMA, Tom Wilson, Tucker Lane, Universal Honey, Brayden Alexander, Mario Romano, Al Qahwa Ensemble, Sacha, and farewell Peter Erdmann and Baron Wolman.
Chart-topper Nav (pictured) is profiled, Paul Brandt’s personal cause, and Grimes’ weirdly named baby. Others in the headlines are The Garrys, VSO, Robbie Williams, drive-ins, The Washboard Union, WMG, Paradigm, eMusic, live streams revenue, Philip Glass, Yesterday, Drive-By Truckers, Brian May, and Powderfinger.
For the first time since 2015 when streaming and digital song sales were included to tabulate total consumption chart data, three Canadian artists
The fast career ascent of Tate McRae (pictured) pauses, a good deed from Michael Buble, and a Suzi Quatro biopic is coming. Also in the headlines are Drake, Little Richard, Colin James, fan pods, Nav, Everyseeker fest, Mirvish, Live Nation, Scooter Braun, Hayley Williams, and Soundgarden.
Nav (pictured) keeps it real, Todd Rundgren reflects, and Pink opens up about mental health. Also in the headlines: Hot Docs, Dean Brody, Taylor Swift, Johnny Orlando, Drake, Charlotte Cornfield, Morrissey, Shelley Lazar, Bob Dylan, podcasts, Al Green, Willie Nelson, and Patti Smith.
The resurgence of Snow, a tribute to Joe Hall, and NAV (pictured) hits No. 1. Also in the headlines: Maestro Fresh-Wes, Measha Brueggergosman, Stephen Fearing, Ben Caplan, Damian Marley, Spotify, YouTube, Mick Jagger, Bryan Ferry, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Jeff Buckley.
The Toronto rapper signed to The Weeknd's XO imprint tops the charts in Canada and the US this week on the eve of announcing a 21-city N/A tour next month with fellow Toronto rapper MC Killy.