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  1. After Shallow was certified DIAMOND, Gaga's album (Gaga is credited as a solo artist for ASIB in France) is now triple platinum with 300k units in France it is the first international female album to do since Adele's 25.
  2. rihsus

    Me! falls down on Spotify

    Spotify UK: 21 ME! (-9) US: 30 ME! (-15) WW: 13 (-7)
  3. iHype.

    HDD: Ciara misses Top 50

    http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
  4. mylicious

    Ciara's Level Up Gold

    she confirmed it at the Elvis Duran Show, it's so refreshing to see her succeed with her own vision and own label booking stages, being respected by the industry, Ciara was never meant to fade away I hope the new album charts in the top 10.
  5. X~MoviePoP

    Iggy outcharts Ciara on Billboard 200

    Iggy - Survive The Summer - #144 (Ep) Ciara - Beauty Marks - #152 (Album) Atrl told me ciara is more popular then iggy. But during iggys flop time she charted hire then someone with a label who had atleast more promo then iggy has had in years. So why has ciara done worse then the music industries most hated female rapper?
  6. Methodology: - All songs on the artist page are counted (features, duets, remixes, etc... anything that reaches 100m streams) - 1x = 100,000,000 ; 2x = 200,000,000; 3x = 300,000,000) - Rank was made by the "10x, 5x, 2x" totals of each artist 46 songs 01. RIHANNA
  7. Here are the top 20 female artists with the most weeks in the top 10 of Switzerland's Album Chart in history : 01 Celine Dion - 234 weeks 02 Madonna - 205 weeks 03 Tina Turner - 156 weeks 04 Adele - 120 weeks 05 Helene Fischer - 117 weeks 06 Whitney Houston - 109 weeks 07 Lady Gaga - 100 weeks 08 Anastacia - 99 weeks 09 Laura Pausini - 88 weeks 10 Pink - 84 weeks 11 Mariah Carey - 80 weeks 11 Shakira - 80 weeks 13 Enya - 74 weeks 14 Amy Macdonald - 72 weeks 15 Tracy Chapman - 70 weeks 16 Rihanna - 69 weeks 17 Alanis Morissette - 68 weeks 18 Norah Jones - 66 weeks 19 Amy Winehouse - 64 weeks 20 Britney Spears - 63 weeks Celine and Madonna Adele already at #4 with only 3 albums Gaga already at #7 with only 11 years in the music industry
  8. Let's see how the Billboard Hot 100 #1's (since 2013) have ranked in the main components of the chart: Digital Sales, Radio, Streaming. I'm doing it since 2013 because that's when the Streaming Songs Chart was created The first Streaming Songs chart was published in January 26th, 2013. 2013 "Locked Out of Heaven", Bruno Mars Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Thrift Shop", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Harlem Shake", Baauer Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: N/A Streaming Songs: #1 "When I Was Your Man", Bruno Mars Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #3 "Just Give Me a Reason", P!nk featuring Nate Ruess Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #5 "Can't Hold Us", Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #2 "Blurred Lines", Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Roar", Katy Perry Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Wrecking Ball", Miley Cyrus Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #4 Streaming Songs: #1 "Royals", Lorde Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "The Monster", Eminem featuring Rihanna Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 2014 "Timber", Pitbull featuring Kesha Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #2 "Dark Horse", Katy Perry featuring Juicy J Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Happy", Pharrell Williams Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "All of Me", John Legend Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Fancy", Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Rude", Magic! Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Shake It Off", Taylor Swift Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "All About That Bass", Meghan Trainor Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Blank Space", Taylor Swift Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 2015 "Uptown Funk!", Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "See You Again", Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Bad Blood", Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #3 "Cheerleader", Omi Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #2 "Can't Feel My Face", The Weeknd Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #4 "What Do You Mean?", Justin Bieber Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #3 Streaming Songs: #2 "The Hills", The Weeknd Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Hello", Adele Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 2016 "Sorry", Justin Bieber Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Love Yourself", Justin Bieber Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Pillowtalk", Zayn Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #4 Streaming Songs: #1 "Work", Rihanna featuring Drake Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #1 "Panda", Desiigner Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #10 Streaming Songs: #1 "One Dance", Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Can't Stop the Feeling!", Justin Timberlake Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #6 "Cheap Thrills", Sia featuring Sean Paul Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #6 "Closer", The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Black Beatles", Rae Sremmurd featuring Gucci Mane Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #7 Streaming Songs: #1 2017 "Starboy", The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #2 "Bad and Boujee", Migos featuring Lil Uzi Vert Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #13 Streaming Songs: #1 "Shape of You", Ed Sheeran Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Humble", Kendrick Lamar Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #10 Streaming Songs: #1 "That's What I Like", Bruno Mars Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #3 "I'm the One", DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #6 Streaming Songs: #1 "Despacito", Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Look What You Made Me Do", Taylor Swift Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #5 Streaming Songs: #1 "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)", Cardi B Digital Songs Sales: #3 Radio Songs: #10 Streaming Songs: #1 "Rockstar", Post Malone featuring 21 Savage Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #4 Streaming Songs: #1 "Perfect", Ed Sheeran Duet With Beyoncé Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 2018 "Havana", Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "God's Plan", Drake Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #3 Streaming Songs: #1 "Nice for What", Drake Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #3 Streaming Songs: #1 "This Is America", Childish Gambino Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #33 Streaming Songs: #1 "Psycho", Post Malone featuring Ty Dolla Sign Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #2 Streaming Songs: #2 "Sad!", XXXTentacion Digital Songs Sales: #5 Radio Songs: N/A Streaming Songs: #1 "I Like It", Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "In My Feelings", Drake Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #3 Streaming Songs: #1 "Girls Like You", Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #5 "Thank U, Next", Ariana Grande Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #3 Streaming Songs: #1 "Sicko Mode", Travis Scott Digital Songs Sales: #2 Radio Songs: #8 Streaming Songs: #1 2019 "Without Me", Halsey Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #2 "Sunflower", Post Malone and Swae Lee Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #7 Streaming Songs: #1 "7 Rings", Ariana Grande Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Shallow", Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #10 Streaming Songs: #9 "Sucker", Jonas Brothers Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #1 Streaming Songs: #1 "Old Town Road", Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus Digital Songs Sales: #1 Radio Songs: #4 (so far) Streaming Songs: #1
  9. Nestor 13

    MTVLA Discussion Thread (2019)

    Check 2018 thread 😉
  10. Shallow enters top 50 in the Best All Time in Australia at #47. The song surpasses Just Dance. Lady Gaga is now the only female artist to have 3 songs inside the top 50 (Just Dance, Poker Face and now Shallow) and the only artist to have 4 songs in the top 100 with Post Malone (Bad Romance, Poker Face, Just Dance and Shallow). A GLOBAL LEGEND
  11. Shallow has now spent 30 weeks in the Top 20 of the Weekly Spotify Global chart. It also becomes the 3rd longest running female hit in the top 20 of all time. 1.) Sia - Chandelier - 37 weeks 2.) Camila Cabello - Havana - 31 weeks 3.) Lady Gaga - Shallow - 30 weeks
  12. frenchyisback

    UWC: NuEst #1, TWICE spends 2nd wk, PINK Sinks

    Album Chart week 20 / 2019 - May 18 the most popular albums according to global sales, paid download and streaming issue date: May 16, 2019 copyright (C) 2019 - all rights reserved Nu'Est Happily Ever After EP Pledis Entertainment South Korea - 1 week at No.1 226.000 equivalent sales this week / 226.000 totally Vampire Weekend Father Of The Bride Spring Snow / Columbia 175.000 equivalent sales this week / 175.000 totally 5 6 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Darkroom / Interscope 144.000 equivalent sales this week / 1.428.000 totally 2 4 BTS (Bangtan Boys) Map Of The Soul: Persona Big Hit Entertainment 113.000 equivalent sales this week / 3.361.000 totally 1 2 Pink Hurts 2B Human RCA 103.000 equivalent sales this week / 360.000 totally - 12 Ariana Grande Thank U, Next Republic 74.000 equivalent sales this week / 2.127.000 totally - 5 Khalid Free Spirit RCA 73.000 equivalent sales this week / 642.000 totally - 27 Soundtrack Bohemian Rhapsody Hollywood / Virgin EMI 59.000 equivalent sales this week / 3.052.000 totally - 30 Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) Interscope 58.000 equivalent sales this week / 4.230.000 totally 4 2 Twice Fancy You EP JYP Entertainment 52.000 equivalent sales this week / 231.000 totally PREVIOUS CHARTS TOP ACHIEVEMENTS ALL TIME CHART HOMEPAGE
  13. Ok so i know this isn’t much good news, but its good news enough. I don’t know if any of you know about this. So i was going through our tv guide a few weeks ago to record teen mom for my gf on mtv, and i noticed a new episode of “trl top 10”. The description said “countdown of the week’s hottest videos with special guests and trl throwbacks”. So i was like “hmm, i gotta record this and check it out”. Well let me tell you this, it was actually not bad. It’s 2 new hosts that ive never heard of (1 male and 1 female). They are way less annoying than dc young fly and sway. The reboot with dc young fly had no music, and the sway version had music, but just a “playlist”, and he always played crappy new hip hop vids. This new version has a decent variety of different genres. Sorry for the novel but im trying to explain the details. I tried finding links but there isnt anything, mtv isnt even promoting. It is on the tv guide though if you check it out. It’s on saturday morns on mtv, 10am-11am eastern time (7am-8am here in cali). I wish it was everyday, but a Once a week countdown is better than nothing. Im letting every 1 know about this so we can all watch and help with the tv ratings so hopefully mtv keeps trying to improve. It looks like they are finally at least trying to get it right for us fans so lets give it a shot. The 1st episode was sat apr 13th but i didn’t know about it until the episode of apr 20th. From what i saw in the 2nd episode, They play the top 10 music vids of the wk based on different stats throughout the week (streams, views, sales, social media reactions/mentions, etc). Other than the countdown, They have a guest, a bonus video, and moments from the trl vault. I know i didnt watch the 1st episode, but they recapped some of it: ariana grande’s 7 rings was the 1st #1 vid, sway was there to pass the torch to the new hosts, and lizzo was the 1st guest. I am now going to post the description/recap of the 2nd episode. Nxt to some of the vids, i will post the stats i know (weeks on countdown/peak position/position from week before). If any 1 starts watching, hopefully you can post regular recaps like there used to be. Lets make this new trl top 10 active like the original was, and start watching it every sat morn. Here goes: saturday, april 20th, 2019 10. Blackpink-kill this love 9. Bts-boy with luv (1st week/peak:9/debut) 8. Nipsey hussle-racks in the middle 7. Khalid-better 6. Sam smith-dancing with a stranger (1st week/peak:6/debut) 5. J. Cole-middle child 4. Jonas brothers-sucker 3. Billie eilish-bad guy (1st week/peak:3/debut) 2. Ariana grande-7 rings (2nd week/peak:1(1))/-1) 1. Post malone-sunflower bonus video: lizzo-juice -ashanti stopped by -trl vault moment: alicia keys trl moments starting in 2002
  14. Also only female with two top 10 entries:
  15. Evil-Dead

    MuchMusic Latin America (2019)

    Thread 2018!! ↪️
  16. Timber

    UWC: Top 10 Biggest Albums in 2019

    BTS (Bangtan Boys) - Map Of The Soul: Persona - 3,361,000 (currently #4: 113,000) Ariana Grande - Thank U Next - 2,127,000 (currently #6: 77,000) Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) - 1,973,000 (currently #9: 58,000) Soundtrack - Bohemian Rhapsody - 1,7230,000 (currently #8: 59,000) Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? - 1,428,000 (currently #3: 144,000) The Greatest Showman - 1,221,000 (currently #12: 38,000) Post Malone - Beerbongs and Bentleys - 984,000 (currently #11: 44,000) Drake - Scorpion - 906,000 (currently #14: 37,000) Ed Sheeran - Divide - 838,000 (currently #12: 38,000) Travis Scott - Astroworld - 809,000 (currently #16: 28,000)
  17. ViviLittleM

    NZ: ASIB 3x Plat

    NEW ZEALAND 13 (11) ASIB - Now certified 3x Platinum (45,000) 19 (18) Shallow don’t know why they didn’t update Shallow as well. We’ll see if they finally update Australia tomorrow too.
  18. Roman Holiday iTunes: #30 Philippines #31 Poland #51 Brazil #64 United States #137 Brazil #172 Turkey #273 United Kingdom #307 Netherlands
  19. & 94 million from the Kanye version Great for a 2010 song
  20. tylerrcrush

    Ariana has biggest Spotify debut

    Even after releases from huge names like Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber and BTS, Ariana's #1 hit 7 rings still has the largest weekly debut on Global Spotify this year, with over 10 million streams difference. But I was told she was only smashing because there was no competition. So, what is the truth?