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  1. So 'Glory Days' is now Gold (40,000) and "Black Magic", "Shoutout to My Ex" and "Touch" are Platinum (80,000). Are you surprised by their selling power?
  2. Revival — US Sales (SPS): Pure sales: 425.000 SEA: 1.170.000 (1.71B streams) TEA: 480.000 (4.850.000 track sales) TOTAL: 2.080.000
  3. Methodology: Based on #1 singles in the world's biggest music markets (with official singles chart) according to the IFPI. In order to make this more accurate, non-official and radio charts with shady/incomplete info aren't counted (example: Brazil Hot 100 or Polish Airplay Chart) 1. Madonna 180 #1 hits 2. Rihanna 117 #1 hits 3. Britney Spears 86 #1 hits 4. Shakira 60 #1 hits 5. Katy Perry 59 #1 hits 5. Lady Gaga 59 #1 hits 6. Whitney Houston 53 #1 hits 7. Mariah Carey 51 #1 hits 8. Christina Aguilera 46 #1 hits 8. P!nk 46 #1 hits 9. Adele 44 #1 hits 10. Celine Dion 43 #1 hits 11. Olivia Newton-John 42 #1 hits 12. Cher 41 #1 hits 13. Kylie Minogue 40 #1 hits 14. Jennifer Lopez 38 #1 hits 15. Beyoncé 35 #1 hits Countries used: Feel free to correct any mistakes! Sources: Billboard Hot 100, Official Charts Company, SNEP, ARIA, FIMI, Oricon, etc. Also special thanks to travextina from UKMix.
  4. "In My Feelings" replaces "Nonstop" at #1 on the Canadian Hot 100, becoming Scorpion's 4th #1 -- the most for an album ever. 1. God's Plan (10 weeks) 2. Nice for What (4 weeks) 3. Nonstop (1 week) 4. In My Feelings (1 week so far) 1. California Gurls (9 weeks) 2. Firework (1 week) 3. E.T. (1 week) 4. Last Friday Night (1 week)
  5. We love the most iconic album of the decade
  6. A smash hit!
  7. Released in 2018 http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/the-official-top-40-biggest-albums-of-2018-so-far__22461/
  8. Las 50 Canciones del Año en Radioacktiva [ December 31st, 2017 ] #50. Motörhead - "Heroes" #49. Theory Of A Deadman - "Rx (Medicate)" #48. Foster The People - "Doing It For The Money" #47. Thirty Seconds To Mars - "Walk On Water" #46. Paramore - "Hard Times" #45. Beartooth - "Hated" #44. Gary Clark Jr. & Junkie XL - "Come Together (Justice League Movie Soundtrack)" #43. Los Makenzy - "Aura" #42. 10 Years - "Novacaine" #41. Fozzy - "Judas" #40. Papa Roach - "American Dreams" #39. Nine Inch Nails - "Less Than" #38. Nothing More - "Go To War" #37. Fall Out Boy - "Champion" #36. Kings Of Leon - "Reverend" #35. Rise Against - "The Violence" #34. Liam Gallagher - "Wall Of Glass" #33. Muse - "Dig Down" #32. Revólver Plateado - "La Proa" #31. Prophets Of Rage - "Living On The 110" #30. The 1975 - "Somebody Else" #29. Saint Motel - "Move" #28. Doctor Krápula - "Animal" #27. Cage The Elephant - "Cold Cold Cold" #26. Arcade Fire - "Everything Now" #25. Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Go Robot" #24. LosPetitFellas - "Sólo Hay Una Forma de Saberlo (On N On)" #23. Stone Sour - ""Rose Red Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I)" #22. Shinedown - "How Did You Love (Acoustic)" #21. The Killers - "The Man" #20. Rag'n'Bone Man - "Human" #19. Foo Fighters - "The Sky Is A Neighbourhood" #18. Imagine Dragons - "Believer" #17. Diamante Eléctrico - "Déjala Rodar" #16. Korn - "Take Me" #15. Linkin Park featuring Kiiara - "Heavy" #14. Cold War Kids - "Love Is Mystical" #13. Weezer - "Feels Like Summer" #12. Greta Van Fleet - "Highway Tune" #11. Highly Suspect - "My Name Is Human" #10. Incubus - "Nimble Bastard" #09. Royal Blood - "Lights Out" #08. Marilyn Manson - "KILL4ME" #07. Metallica - "Atlas, Rise!" #06. blink-182 - "She's Out Of Her Mind" #05. Portugal. The Man - "Feel It Still" #04. The Revivalists - "Wish I Knew You" #03. Green Day - "Revolution Radio" #02. Queens Of The Stone Age - "The Way You Used To Do" #01. Foo Fighters - "Run"
  9. Wednesday Top 40 Update Source: Music Week Missing Data: Amazon, Apple Music & Spotify streaming (all for Tuesday), YouTube (Monday and Tuesday) Singles 1 Drake - In My Feelings (53.1k) 2 George Ezra - Shotgun (44.6k) 3 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato - Solo (29.4k) 4 Ariana Grande - God Is A Woman (27.4k) * 5 Drake feat. Michael Jackson - Don't Matter To Me (27.3k) 6-10 6 Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack - Rise 7 5 Seconds of Summer - Youngblood 9 Tiësto & Dzeko feat. Preme & Post Malone - Jackie Chan 11-20 13 Post Malone - Better Now 16 Juice WRLD - Lucid Dreams 18 Tyga feat. Offset - Taste 19 Cheat Codes & Little Mix - Only You 21-30 22 Jax Jones & Mabel feat. Rich The Kid - Ring Ring 27 Nicki Minaj feat. Ariana Grande - Bed 29 Dennis Lloyd - Nevermind 31-40 31 Childish Gambino - Summertime Magic * 34 Ariana Grande - no tears left to cry 35 Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble - This Is Me ^ 37 Martin Garrix feat. Khalid - Ocean * 38 Au/Ra & CamelPhat - Panic Room 40 Loud Luxury feat. Brando - Body * ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Albums 1 The Vamps - Day & Night (23.6k) ^ 2 Drake - Scorpion (18.6k) 3 Motion Picture Cast Recording - The Greatest Showman (16.6k) 4 Rick Astley - Beautiful Life (12.5k) * 5 Motion Picture Cast Recording - Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again (11.8k) * 6-10 11-20 11 The Hunna - Dare * 13 Motion Picture Cast Recording - Mamma Mia 16 Bury Tomorrow - Black Flame * 17 Not3s - Take Not3s II * 20 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits 21-30 24 Eminem - Curtain Calls: The Hits 29 Fleetwood Mac - The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac 31-40 36 Paul Simon - The Ultimate Collection ^ 38 The Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks: 1964-1971 ^
  10. Check 2017 thread
  11. Poor Taylor and Rihanna
  12. Views did 239K third week. http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=312662
  13. Female Artists' albums that have increased over the past 2 weeks, with gains in performance (since Billboard's new streaming adjustment formula took effect, giving more weight to paid streams & pure sales): July 7, 2018 to July 21, 2018 evolution: #15 (+18) Taylor Swift - reputation #52 (+6) SZA - Ctrl #61 (+15) Halsey - hopeless fountain kingdom #87 (+36) Taylor Swift - 1989 #107 (+31) Rihanna - ANTI #154 (+35) Adele - 25 #179 (Re-Entry) Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney #182 (Re-Entry) Halsey - Badlands #193 (Re-Entry) Lana Del Rey - Born To Die #195 (Re-Entry) Beyoncé - I Am...Sasha Fierce https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-200/2018-07-21 https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-200/2018-07-07 Is your fave a paid streams / pure sales magnet ?
  14. I've decided to revive the Z100 thread from oldATRL and add KIIS from Los Angeles as well since it's the second biggest pop staton in the US and arguably has just as much influence on US pop radio as Z100 does. I'll try to remember to post the adds and power rotation for each of these stations every week
  15. The Official Thread of MTV LIVE USA previously NICKMUSIC thread. In here you will find the video programming of the musical programs like EPIC.AWESOME.VIDEOS, SPECIAL COUNTDOWN, VIDEOLIST, MTV CLUBLAND, MTV JAMS and more... Keep up!
  16. https://www.pollstar.com/Chart/2018/07/2018MidYearTop100WorldwideTours_656.pdf https://www.pollstar.com/Chart/2018/07/2018MidYearTop100NorthAmericanTours_657.pdf https://www.pollstar.com/Chart/2018/07/2018MidYearTop100WorldwideConcertGrosses_658.pdf https://www.pollstar.com/Chart/2018/07/2018MidYearWorldwideTicketSalesTop100Tours_660.pdf https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DiOd0uXXcAA54Ok.jpg
  17. ...on Billboard Hot 100! 1. Rihanna - 41 weeks 10 weeks - We Found Love (2011 / 2012) 9 weeks - Work (2016) 7 weeks - Love the Way You Lie (2010) 5 weeks - Rude Boy (2010) 4 weeks - The Monster (2013/2014) 3 weeks - Diamonds (2012) 1 week - What's My Name? (2010) 1 week - Only Girl (In the World) (2010) 1 week - S&M [Remix] (2011) 2. Drake - 40 weeks 11 weeks - God's Plan (2018) 10 weeks - One Dance (2016) 9 weeks - Work (2016) 8 weeks - Nice for What (2018) 1 week - What's My Name? (2010) 1 week - In My Feelings (2018) [NEW] [COUNTING] 3. Bruno Mars - 32 weeks 14 weeks - Uptown Funk (2015) 6 weeks - Locked Out of Heaven (2012/2013) 4 weeks - Just the Way You Are (2010) 4 weeks - Grenade (2011) 2 weeks - Nothin' on You (2010) 1 week - When I Was Your Man (2013) 1 week - That's What I Like (2017) 4. Katy Perry - 26 weeks 6 weeks - California Gurls (2010) 5 weeks - E.T. (2011) 4 weeks - Firework (2010/2011) 4 weeks - Dark Horse (2014) 2 weeks - Teenage Dream (2010) 2 weeks - Last Friday (T.G.I.F.) (2011) 2 weeks - Roar (2013) 1 week - Part of Me (2012) 5. Adele - 24 weeks 10 weeks - Hello (2015/2016) 7 weeks - Rolling in the Deep (2011) 5 weeks - Someone Like You (2011) 2 weeks - Set Fire to the Rain (2012) 6. Justin Bieber - 23 weeks 16 weeks - Despacito (2017) 3 weeks - Sorry (2016) 2 weeks - Love Yourself (2016) 1 week - What Do You Mean? (2015) 1 week - I'm the One (2017) 7. Pharrell Williams - 22 weeks 12 weeks - Blurred Lines (2013) 10 weeks - Happy (2014) 8. Taylor Swift - 18 weeks 7 weeks - Blank Space (2014) 4 weeks - Shake it Off (2014) 3 weeks - We are Never Ever Getting Back Together (2012) 3 weeks - Look What You Made me Do (2017) 1 week - Bad Blood (Remix) (2015) 9. Ed Sheeran - 18 weeks 12 weeks - Shape of You (2017) 6 weeks - Perfect: Duet (2017/2018) 10. Luis Fronsi - 16 weeks 16 weeks - Despacito (2017) 10. Daddy Yankee - 16 weeks 16 weeks - Despacito (2017) 11. Mark Ronson - 14 weeks 14 weeks - Uptown Funk (2015) 12. Kesha - 13 weeks 9 weeks - Tik Tok (2010) 3 weeks - Timber (2014) 1 week - We R Who We R (2010) 13. Maroon 5 - 13 weeks 9 weeks - One More Night (2012) 4 weeks - Moves Like Jagger (2011) 14. Wiz Khalifa - 13 weeks 12 weeks - See You Again (2015) 1 week - Black and Yellow (2011) 15. Eminem - 12 weeks 7 weeks - Love the Way You Lie (2010) 4 weeks - The Monster (2013/2014) 1 week - Not Afraid (2010) 16. Robin Thicke - 12 weeks 12 weeks - Blurred Lines (2013) 16. T.I. - 12 weeks 12 weeks - Blurred Lines (2013) 17. Charlie Puth - 12 weeks 12 weeks - See You Again (2015) 18. The Chainsmokers - 12 weeks 12 weeks - Closer (2016) 18. Halsey - 12 weeks 12 weeks - Closer (2016) 19. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - 11 weeks 6 weeks - Thrift Shop (2013) 5 weeks - Can't Hold Us (2013) 20. The Weeknd - 10 weeks 6 weeks - The Hills (2015) 3 weeks - Can't Feel My Face (2015) 1 week - Starboy (2017) 21. Calvin Harris - 10 weeks 10 weeks - We Found Love (2011/2012) 22. Wizkid - 10 weeks 10 weeks - One Dance (2016) 22. Kyla - 10 weeks 10 weeks - One Dance (2016)
  18. The ATRL Charts Podcast The ATRL Charts Podcast is a podcast featuring in-depth chart analysis and discussion, as well as general commentary on music industry trends. It is hosted by me and @umich. I originally created the podcast in the summer of 2015; we recorded 11 episodes from July 2015 - February 2016, with several other co-hosts contributing along the way. The old thread for the podcast can be found on Classic ATRL, and I recommend reading it if you would like to familiarize yourself with the format of the show. I'm finally resuming it now, and hopefully it will be here to stay. Because we do not have a defined schedule, this thread will be updated whenever a new episode is released. Also, feel free to ask any questions about the podcast as well as any questions you would like us to answer on the podcast here. I hope you enjoy listening! -- Archive starting from Episode 12: ATRL Charts Podcast: Episode 12 Release date: July 2, 2018 Runtime: 1:02:35 Hosts: alexanderao, umich 0:00:00 Introduction 0:01:35 Scorpion reaction -- does the long tracklist make a difference? Why the crazy Spotify promo? Will it block Ariana? 0:24:55 Assessing the "Everything Is Love" rollout 0:32:22 The growing disconnect between radio and streaming: will it continue? 0:40:37 We discuss ticket bundles 0:47:24 The rise of Apple Music and its consequences for Spotify, plus Spotify's challenges as a company 1:01:40 Wrap-up ATRL Charts Podcast: Episode 13 Release date: July 11, 2018 Runtime: 1:10:59 Hosts: alexanderao, umich 0:00:00 Introduction 0:00:25 More Scorpion reaction: we discuss the many ways in which its performance is reflective of the streaming era 0:16:48 Discussing the likely song of the summer 0:21:37 Reaction to the Nielsen mid-year report 0:28:35 A continuation from last week: AM vs. Spotify, in light of the news of AM passing Spotify in subs 0:37:28 What is the future of K-pop? 0:47:31 What have been the most underwhelming album eras so far this year?
  19. Pink – Beautiful Trauma Tour $103,238,978 / $2,064,780 750,800 / 15,016 50 / 41 128 $137.51 Live Nation