For the third week, Kendrick Lamar’s Damn. holds down the 1st place on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 12,300 total consumption units scored in the past seven days to Sunday.
It has now spent more weeks at the top than his previous two chart-topping albums combined. For the third straight week, the album has the highest audio on-demand stream total, with a total of 11.8 million.
Gorillaz’s Humanz, the band's first album since 2011, debuts at 2. It is the group’s highest-charting album to date, surpassing the No. 3 placing of Plastic Beach in 2010. Humanz is the highest selling album of the week with 10,000 units scanned.
Ed Sheeran’s Divide remains at 3, Drake’s More Life drops two positions to 4 and The Chainsmokers’ Memories…Do Not Open holds at 5.
The other top ten debut this week belongs to Feist whose Pleasure album enters at 7. It is her first charted album since Metals reached 2nd place in 2011.
Other new entries in the top 30 include Desjardins, a various artists package selling well in Quebec, at 11; American media star Lea Michele's Places, at 21; Mary J. Blige's Strength Of A Woman, at 22; and God's Problem Child by Willie Nelson, at 30.
DJ Khaled’s “I’m The One” ends Ed Sheeran’s run at the top of the Streaming Songs chart, debuting in 1st place with over 5.5M streams. The song features Justin Bieber, who is also part of this week’s No. 2 song, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito.”
The two songs also occupy the top two positions on the Digital Songs chart, with “Despacito” remaining at No. 1 for the second week, and “I’m the One” debuting in 2nd place.
— All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional details proved by Nielsen Music Canada Director, Paul Tuch