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On 5/8/2019 at 3:39 PM, simmnfierzig said:

Early predictions

 

1 Old Town Road       749  (=)

2 Sucker       306  (+2)

3 Wow       282  (=)

4 Me!       281  (-2)

5 If I Can't Have You       271  (debut)

6 Sunflower       265  (-1)

7 Dancing With A Stranger       253  (+1)

8 7 Rings       251  (-2)

9 Without Me       250 (-2) 

10 Homicide       241  (debut)

11 Talk       233  (-1)

12 Bad Guy       221 (-3)  

13 Sweet But Psycho       210 (-2)  

14 Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored       199  (-1)

15 Middle Child       197  (-3)

16 Happier       188  (-2)

17 Eastside       187  (=)

18 Going Bad       182  (-2)

19 High Hopes       180  (-1)

20 Shallow       169  (-5)

 

21 Suge 163 (+6)

25 Please Me 150 (-6)

28 Act Up 141 (+2)

37 Clout 125 (+10)

50 Boy With Luv 111 (-10)

 

 

 

 

Lil Nas X's 'Old Town Road' Tops Billboard Hot 100 For Fifth Week, Taylor Swift's 'Me!' Vaults to No. 2

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Unable to dislodge the juggernaut that is "Old Town Road," Swift's "Me!," featuring Urie (of Panic! at the Disco), rockets 100-2 on the Hot 100. To recap: the song, expected to serve as the lead single from Swift's seventh proper studio LP, debuted at the anchor spot a week earlier based solely on its first three days of airplay, after its release at midnight ET Friday (April 26). As the Hot 100's airplay tracking week runs Monday through Sunday while streaming and sales are tracked Friday through Thursday, the first-week streams and sales for "Me!" (April 26-May 2) impact this week's Hot 100 (dated May 11), along with the track's first full week of airplay (April 29-May 5).

 

Biggest jump in Hot 100 history: The 98-spot leap for "Me!" is the biggest in the Hot 100's 60-year history, besting the prior mark by two positions. Here's a look at the biggest jumps ever:

Position Increase, Title, Artist, Date
98 (100-2), "Me!," Taylor Swift feat. Brendon Urie, May 11, 2019
96 (97-1), "My Life Would Suck Without You," Kelly Clarkson, Feb. 7, 2009
95 (96-1), "Womanizer," Britney Spears, Oct. 25, 2008
91 (94-3), "Beautiful Liar," Beyonce & Shakira, April 7, 2007
90 (94-4), "Girls Like You," Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B, June 16, 2018
88 (97-9), "Make Me Proud," Drake feat. Nicki Minaj, Nov. 5, 2011
88 (95-7), "Smack That," Akon feat. Eminem, Oct. 14, 2006
85 (96-11), "Cowboy Casanova," Carrie Underwood, Oct. 10, 2009
85 (100-15), "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)," A R Rahman & The Pussycat Dolls feat. Nicole Scherzinger, March 14, 2009
83 (85-2), "Roar," Katy Perry, Aug. 31, 2013

 

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If Old Town Road weren’t the best Hot 100 number one since Call Me Maybe I would be absolutely LIVID right now :jonny:

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6_INCH_HEELS

She pulled ALL the stops. Video, discount, performance, radio promo + payola, about 19820 versions of the song to buy and stream, and she still got blocked by a ATRL Barb. :rip:

 

No. 2 is fine. Its just...girl.

 

 

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wow at ME! selling 193k. those sales from her site came through :dies:

 

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still not enough

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Safe&Sound

It's ok Taylor

You garnered almost 700 points, it's all about timing 

 

The hype is there, just release better song for next single :heart2:

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romonster

Her team tried everything one could possibly think of to make this song #1 which is quite humiliating. Someone should let them know that debuting at #2 is not a bad thing.

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