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HDD: Billboard to add YouTube streams to album chart

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Meanwhile, YouTube will probably end up reporting video streams (though not views of user-generated content) to the album chart, weighted in a way that’s comparable to Spotify’s ad-supported tier. Many in the industry are concerned that Lyor will jack the algo to juke his cronies’ chart stats, but there’s also considerable scuttlebutt that he’s probably out. In any event, many wonder how Team Bible continues to get manipulated so easily. Meanwhile, meetings are ongoing between rights holders, the Bible and Nielsen to come up with rules for making the sausage, which Nielsen has thus far been unwilling to explain (or perhaps they’re contractually unable to be forthcoming).

http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=315080&title=I.B.-BAD-TAKES-ON-FAKE-NEWS

 

Get ready for this to impact Ariana and rap only :psyduck:

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Rappers + Katy + Ariana won

Popstars are loosing again 

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I’m an Ariana stan so this is great news. Poor every other pop girl with no YouTube streaming power  :fan:

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#1s will become even more useless :rip: Hopefully Katy can snatch one tho

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This means Rih will also secure more #1s :clap3: 

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Scooter Braun is going to take good care of it. I am so glad that art and artistic integrity is winning again.:drool:

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OldTRL won’t like this 

 

how y’all know hhd  isn’t lying :-*

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It’d literally make almost no difference. 

10 million YouTube views would only count as 3K sales with 1:3750 weighing. Even 30 million views in a week (4 million+ per day) would only be 8K sales.
 
Majority of the #1 songs on YouTube US don’t get 30 million in a week. 
 

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Then artists should upload the individual tracks on YouTube.

 

Poor pure sales. Gonna be more dead than ever.

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dd, the commercial aspect of the music industry is dead. They’ll do anything to save it.

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BLACKPINK are coming for that #1 album  :jonny5:

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Yall ready for youtube streamers to become album sellers? :)

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Now this is what electric chair was invented for.

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