Canadian Hot 100, 15 February 2016

We have a brand new #1 hit from a Canadian. Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself” hopped up to the number one spot. It is Bieber’s fourth chart topping song, the others being “Boyfriend”, “What Do You Mean”, and “Sorry”, the latter two spending seven weeks each at #1. “Love Yourself” is also the 11th #1 hit from a Canadian on the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 and the 100th by a Canadian in the history of the Canadian charts.

New on the charts this week is “Low Life” by Future which features The Weeknd (#81). Canadian hip hop act Koriass debuts on the Albums chart with Love Supreme (#8). It is the second Canadian album released in 2016 to reach the Billboard Top 10.

Hot 100 - 15 Feb 2016 copy

More Canadian Hot 100 charts here…

NOTES:

Nielsen SoundScan compiles weekly data on sales of digital singles from a comprehensive pool of Canadian retailers. Nielsen BDS compiles weekly data on spins of singles from 137 radio stations nationwide electronically monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These two charts are combined in the Canadian Hot 100 which is published by Billboard. Beginning 17 September 2014, Nielsen included streaming data from online services in determining the Hot 100.

Here we list all entries from the chart that are in whole or in part by Canadian artists.

The date of the chart corresponds to the release of Nielsen Music’s Canadian Update newsletter which is normally 10 days earlier than the date on the online Billboard chart.

We have used the artwork for the singles where we can. In the case where one doesn’t exist or is unavailable, we have used artwork for the album on which the song appears.

KEY:

RK – Rank among Canadian artist entries
YE – Position on Billboard Canada’s 2014 year-end chart
PP – Peak position on Billboard Canada’s weekly Hot 100
GPC – Gold/platinum certification by Music Canada at time of chart’s publication
OR – Provincial origin of the artist
RY – Release year of the record
G – Gold certification (40,000 units sold)
P – Platinum certification (80,000 units sold)
xP – Multiplatinum certification
Red maple leaf – Canadian artist
Magenta maple leaf – Partly Canadian artist
Blue maple leaf – Featured Canadian artist

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