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  1. As her 3rd Greatest Hits collection falls to #2 in its second week, Kylie has now reached 100 weeks spent within the top 10 of the UK albums chart.
  2. This marks her 17th #1 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart (tied with Mariah Carey and Kristine W). She is also the 6th artist in line for the most numbers on this chart. As she celebrates this new achievement, she will also celebrate her 50th birthday within the same week on July 24, 2019. Congrats to the Latin Queen of Dance! Source: https://www.billboard.com/charts/dance-club-play-songs
  3. istan4badgalriri

    UK: Rihanna breaks records / 27th Platinum single

    With "Pon De Replay" going Platinum today, Rihanna breaks several records in the UK: - Most Platinum singles in UK history (27, breaking a tie w/ Ed Sheeran) - First & only artist to score at least 1 Platinum single from 8 consecutive albums
  4. Clarksonator

    Greedy hits 100M streams on Spotify

    The single that should've been. The 7th song on DW to reach at least 100M. Next up is Moonlight (91M).
  5. SOURCE: OCC By Rob Copsey 1999: the year we were trying to catch ‘em all (the Pokemon, that is), fears of a Y2K bug were very real and The Matrix film was dazzling and confusing us in equal measures. The summer of ’99 in the UK may have been a wash-out for the most part, but it didn’t stop a flurry of sun-soaked songs dominating the chart. The top selling single of the season was 9pm (Till I Come) by ATB. The track was the debut release from German DJ/producer Andre Tanneberger. The vocal is by Spanish model Yolanda Riviera, lifted from a TV appearance she’d made earlier in the year, while the ‘9pm’ in the title was what he named the initial draft of the song after overrunning in the studio. 9pm (Till I Come) was a huge club crossover hit, reaching the Top 10 across Europe as well as becoming the first ever trance song to reach the top spot on the Official Singles Chart. In fact, appetite for the song was so strong in the UK that it entered the Official Singles Chart Top 100 several times between March and June based on import sales alone. It spent two weeks at Number 1 before being knocked off by what would become the summer’s second biggest single, Ricky Martin’s Livin’ La Vida Loca. The loose-hipped Puerto Rican singer scored a massive global hit with the bilingual track, having already landed several big singles in Spanish-speaking countries since 1991, including (Un, Dos, Tres) Maria, which was also a UK Top 10 hit in 1997. Livin’ La Vida Loca eventually eclipsed 9pm (Till I Come) to finish as the year’s third best-seller overall (ATB finished seventh), and it kick-started a Latin-pop movement in the UK: Jennifer Lopez’s If You Had My Love, Lou Bega’s Mambo No.5 and Geri Halliwell’s Mi Chico Latino were all big hits that same year and feature further down 1999’s Official biggest summer hits. The UK’s third biggest song of summer ’99 was Bring It All Back, the neon-bright debut single from S Club 7. The group shot to fame via CBBC series Miami 7; Bring It All Back was the theme song, but the single version included that key change. Fourth is Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!, the third release and first Number 1 single for Dutch Eurodance party-starters Vengaboys, and the Top 5 is rounded off by another Dutch outfit, Alice Deejay’s Better Off Alone, which spent three weeks at Number 2 in August. Other notable hits during the summer of ’99 were Madonna’s Number 2-peaking Beautiful Stranger, Sweet Like Chocolate by Shanks & Bigfoot (the first garage Number 1 in the UK), and Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen), a spoken-word song by Australian film director Baz Luhrmann based on an essay by columnist Mary Schmich that spent one week at Number 1 in June. The Official Top 40 songs of the summer 1999 POS TITLE ARTIST PEAK 1 9PM (TILL I COME) ATB 1 2 LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA RICKY MARTIN 1 3 BRING IT ALL BACK S CLUB 7 1 4 BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM VENGABOYS 1 5 BETTER OFF ALONE ALICE DEEJAY 2 6 MY LOVE IS YOUR LOVE WHITNEY HOUSTON 2 7 BEAUTIFUL STRANGER MADONNA 2 8 WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL RONAN KEATING 1 9 WILD WILD WEST WILL SMITH 2 10 THAT DON'T IMPRESS ME MUCH SHANIA TWAIN 3 11 SOMETIMES BRITNEY SPEARS 3 12 MAMBO NO 5 (A LITTLE BIT OF) LOU BEGA 1 13 IF YOU HAD MY LOVE JENNIFER LOPEZ 4 14 LOVE'S GOT A HOLD ON MY HEART STEPS 2 15 MI CHICO LATINO GERI HALLIWELL 1 16 IF YA GETTIN' DOWN FIVE 2 17 EVERYBODY'S FREE (TO WEAR SUNSCREEN) BAZ LUHRMANN 1 18 IF I LET YOU GO WESTLIFE 1 19 DRINKING IN LA BRAN VAN 3000 3 20 SWEET LIKE CHOCOLATE SHANKS & BIGFOOT 1 21 I BREATHE AGAIN ADAM RICKITT 5 22 MUCHO MAMBO SWAY SHAFT 2 23 SYNTH & STRINGS YOMANDA 8 24 BILLS BILLS BILLS DESTINY'S CHILD 6 25 SECRET SMILE SEMISONIC 12 26 HEY BOY HEY GIRL CHEMICAL BROTHERS 3 27 GUILTY CONSCIENCE EMINEM FT DR DRE 5 28 BE THE FIRST TO BELIEVE A1 6 29 VIVA LA RADIO LOLLY 7 30 RENDEZ-VU BASEMENT JAXX 4 31 DOODAH CARTOONS 7 32 UNPRETTY TLC 6 33 SING IT BACK MOLOKO 4 34 I WANT IT THAT WAY BACKSTREET BOYS 1 35 KISS ME SIXPENCE NONE THE RICHER 4 36 THE LAUNCH DJ JEAN 2 37 TEARIN' UP MY HEART NSYNC 9 38 FROM THE HEART ANOTHER LEVEL 6 39 WHY DOES IT ALWAYS RAIN ON ME TRAVIS 10 40 FEEL GOOD PHATS & SMALL 7
  6. smgupdated

    Kylie #2 second week in the UK

    Kylie’s Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection is #2 on its second week in the UK. Sales for this week are at 10,998 copies. For comparison, Golden dropped to #4 in its second week. 01 DIVINELY UNINSPIRED TO A HELLISH EXTENT LEWIS CAPALDI 02 STEP BACK IN TIME - THE DEFINITIVE KYLIE MINOGUE 03 BLUE SKY IN YOUR HEAD LIGHTHOUSE FAMILY 04 WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO BILLIE EILISH 05 DIRECT HITS KILLERS Total sales are at 42,978 as of its second week!
  7. Fetish for MiMi

    Bad Guy Tops Spotify (US)

    Yesterday update: #6 - 1,129,001 plays Apparently they combined the remix with the original version. And this is only with 12 hours of streams. Tomorrow’s update will be bigger are they coming to end OTR after all?
  8. I Don't Care 6,200,000 Beautiful People 6,000,000 Antisocial 4,300,000 South of the Border 3,900,000 Remember The Name 3,500,000 Cross Me 3,300,000 Best Part of Me 2,700,000 Take Me Back to London 2,500,000 Nothing On You 2,200,000 Feels 1,900,000 Blow 1,900,000 Put It All On Me 1,900,000 1000 Nights 1,800,000 Way To Break My Heart 1,700,000 I Don't Want Your Money 1,600,000 45,400,000
  9. 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
  10. bad guy (combined with the remix for some reason) & lovely (from the 13RW soundtrack) have both reached 600M streams; Billie's first songs to do so SMASHES And, the promo single wish you were gay is now certified Platinum It's with 230M streams and #92 on Global Spotify (despite not having any kind of promo\radio)
  11. Her 5th single to cross the 100m Bang Bang - 694m Flashlight - 244m Pricetag - 177m Domino - 138m Who You Are - 100m @Jessie J @JessieJHeartbeat @heartbeats @Wild
  12. Bentley

    Senorita number 1 on the UK

    https://mobile.twitter.com/officialcharts/status/1149719575212318721 “We are so thankful and excited...” @ShawnMendes & @Camila_Cabello have done it! Senorita sashays to Number 1 on this week's Official Singles Chart
  13. dangerousbutera

    Dangerous Woman hits 500M Streams on Spotify

    500,125,398 streams Her eighth song to achieve this. It hits 500 million on Spotify & YouTube on the same day
  14. http://www.mmr247.com/mmrweb/call/callout.asp Net Positive (04/05) (+1) Better 52.1 (-1) Eastside 51.3 (+1) Be Alright 49.0 (-1) Without Me 48.5 (+1) Wow. 47.7 (-1) Sunflower 43.6 (=) Dancing With A Stranger 42.3 (=) Sweet But Psycho 40.5 (=) Close To Me 39.9 (=) 7 Rings 39.4 (+1) You Say 37.2 (=) Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored 32.8 (=) Please Me 29.2 03/29 1. Eastside 51.9 2. Better 51.2 3. Without Me 50.8 15. thank u, next 31.9
  15. Bentley

    Senorita ties 7 Rings

    https://mobile.twitter.com/chartdata/status/1149451000945631233 As fastest song to reach 200 million in Spotify
  16. Stepfon

    Female Rappers Making History on H100

    Saweetie (real name: Diamonté Harper) continues a trend by becoming the seventh female rap act to reach the Hot 100 in 2019, already the highest total of any year this decade. She joins fellow female MCs Iggy Azalea, Cardi B, Lizzo, Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj and duo City Girls (Yung Miami and JT). Halfway through 2019, female rap acts have already outperformed their respective 2018, 2017 and 2016 Hot 100 outputs. Five female hip-hop acts reached the Hot 100 in 2018 (Bhad Bhabie, Cardi B, City Girls, Dej Loaf and Minaj), after six charted in both 2017 (Bhad Bhabie, Cardi B, Dej Loaf, Missy Elliott, Minaj and Young M.A.) and 2016 (Dej Loaf, Elliott, Kamaiyah, Minaj, Remy Ma and Young M.A.) Cardi B has landed 11 songs on the Hot 100 in 2019 (tied for the sixth-most among all acts), while Minaj has charted three. Lizzo, Megan Thee Stallion and City Girls have each earned two and Azalea, one. Billboard
  17. KetysandGagsSon

    NRO hits 100m Spotify Streams.

    In 39 days.