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Toronto artists reign supreme on the Billboard charts

Can-con is currently crushing it on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. As Chart Attack reports, GTA artists have clinched the four top spots on the American hit-single tracker.

For the second week in a row, The Weeknd is number one with "The Hills." His earworm "I Can't Feel My Face" is sitting at number three. Stratford native Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean" is holding steady in second place and Drake rounds out the top four with "Hotline Bling," which is up from ninth last week.

The 6 god currently has an impressive 13 songs on the chart -- that's including collaborations with Future and his appearance on the Meek Mill track R.I.C.O.

Shawn Mendes, who's originally from Pickering, is at number 11 with "Stiches." The Vine, and now pop, star has accomplished everyone's squad goals and is currently on tour with Her Royal Highness Taylor Swift.

Brampton's Alessia Cara has her first Billboard hit with "Here." It's at 47th, jumping up 12 spots in the past week.

Can Toronto (and Canada in general) keep it up? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Photo of the Weeknd by Brian Morton


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