Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s soundtrack to A Star Is Born soundtrack debuts at No.
On The Charts
On The Charts
Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart this week, with 24,000 total consumption units.
The Canadian band's seventh album, Art of Doubt, is this week’s top debut, entering at 5, and achieving the second highest sales volume in the period. It matches the peak of their last album, 2015’s Pagans in Vegas.
In a week with a number of chart debuts, Paul McCartney’s Egypt Station took top rank, placing at 3 and earning the status of scoring the highest album sales for the week.
American rapper Eminem's 10th studio album scores high points in its first week of release, and a couple of Aussies make a strong impression on the chart as well.
South Korean boy band BTS’ Love Yourself: Answer debuts at No.
Ariana Grande’s 15-song, 47:25-minute Sweetener debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart this week, earning the highest Album and Song download sales and the week's highest on-demand stream count.
Travis Scott’s Astroworld spends its second straight week at the top of the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with 13,000 total consumption
Travis Scott’s Astroworld ends Drake’s five week run at the top of the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, debuting at No.
The top seven albums on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart hold their positions from last week, including Drake’s Scorpion, which spends
Drake has the consumption side beat but its fans of Mamma Mia who have purchased the soundtrack and made it the nation's best seller in the past week.
Whiz has a strong entry with Rolling Papers, but the charts are abuzz with Drake's supremacy as Scorpion bulldozes all previous streaming records.