If there was any chance Justin Bieber was still sort of in the dark about fellow Canada native Shawn Mendes, he's now got no choice but to see the light

For the first time, Mendes has landed in the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 with "Stitches," the site reported today. The song, which was released to radio in May and landed at 11 last week, has worked its way up to 9, and also stands at No. 6 on the Digital Songs chart with nearly 75,000 copies downloaded.

Mendes' debut album, Handwritten, entered at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in April, moving more than 100,000 copies in its first week.

And as for Bieber, the "What Do You Mean?" singer is sitting pretty at No. 2 on the Hot 100. Four weeks after the single's No. 1 debut on the chart (Bieber's very first), it's also No. 3 on the Digital Songs chart, with 85,000 downloads sold.

Further, Bieber and Mendes were joined by two other fellow Canadians atop the Hot 100 in a full-blown offensive from the North. Drake's "Hotline Bling" has moved from No. 4 to 3, while holding steady at No. 2 on the Digital Songs chart. More impressively, The Weeknd won't relent, and "The Hills" sits atop the Hot 100 for the third time. "I Can't Feel My Face," which also spent three weeks at No. 1, is now fourth on the chart.

Check out the full report on the Billboard charts here!

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