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  1. This is is a countdown thread starting with the top 100. I used the UWC to create a simple inverse points system where I look at their Year End chart since 1999 and designate a point based on their positions. The formula is simply as follows #1 = 40 pts #2 = 39 pts #3 = 38 pts etc The reason why I started at 1999 is because their Year End Charts prior to that only contain 20 spots rather than 40. I was very lenient on credits as I don't want it to be a big deal. Basically if an artist sings on a song they get credit (features, bands, remixes, etc)
  2. Chris Brown and Young Thug’s “Go Crazy” breaks the record for the longest stay in the top 10 of Billboard’s Rhythmic Airplay chart as the collaboration clocks a 32nd week in the tier on the list dated Feb. 6. “Crazy” repeats at its No. 7 rank from the previous week, though it slightly declines (down 2%) in plays in the week ending Jan. 31, according to MRC Data. With a 32nd week in the Rhythmic Airplay top 10, “Crazy” surpasses the previous longevity champ, Next’s “Too Close,” which achieved 31 weeks in the region in 1998. Here’s an updated look at the songs with the most weeks in
  3. It's the first single of the "Revival" era to do so, and her 7th MV overall!
  4. this includes all streaming platforms plus: she was also the most followed female artist in the first Spotify day in SK
  5. http://i.imgur.com/zf9EQCp.png Official Singles/Albums Chart Update Top 100 Source: OCC Missing Data: Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube (all for Sunday) Top 100 Singles 1 Olivia Rodrigo - drivers license (24.3k) 2 Fredo feat. Dave - Money Talks (12.8k) * 3 Nathan Evans, 220 KID & Billen Ted - Wellerman (12.2k) 4 The Kid LAROI - WITHOUT YOU (10.6k) 5 Anne-Marie, KSI & Digital Farm Animals - Don't Play (10.5k) 6-10 9 Shane Codd - Get Out My Head 11-20 11 Fredo feat. Pop Smoke & Young Adz - Burner On Deck * 12 Tiësto - The Business 14 Doja Cat - Streets 17 Fre
  6. Spotify: Top 20 Most Streamed Female Albums of the 90s. *Does not include albums by groups, 'Grestest Hits' albums or other types of compilation / partial-compilation albums. Pos. Artist - Album Title - Streams [Tracks Over 50M] 1. Mariah Carey - Merry Christmas - 1,265 Billion 2 2. Whitney Houston - The Bodyguard (Soundtrack) - 670 Million 2 3. Lauryn Hill - The Misseducation of Lauryn Hill - 654 Million 2 4. Shania Twain - Come On Over - 601 Million 2 5. Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill - 586 Million 3 6. Britney Spears - ...Baby O
  7. Listener metrics (compared to Q3): Monthly active users grew 7.8% from 320 million to 345 million. Subscribers grew 24% from 144 million to 155 million. Free users climbed 8% from 185 million to 199 million. 2020 full year results: Overall revenue grew 3.2% from €6.764 billion ($8.13 billion) to €7.880 billion ($9.47 billion). Operating loss deepened from -€73 million ($87.7 million) to -€293 million ($352 million). Subscription revenue rose 15.2% to $1.89 million and accounted for 87% of total revenue (including advertising). 2021 projecti
  8. Michael196

    Adele is still slaying spotify

    Despite not releasing ANYTHING for more than 5 years... she got: 12 songs with 100k+ daily streams 9 w/ 200+ 6 w/ 300+ 2 w/ 400+ and the CLASSIC and her BEST song with 616k!!! 10 years later!! also... 19 songs with 100M+ streams and 6 (soon to be 7) 600M+ and she’s coming for her SECOND SOLO 1B+ not to mention the 3/3 albums having 1B+ streams and two with 3B+ DAMN
  9. Armani👑

    Off The Wall certified 9X Platinum

    The preThriller era had some bops
  10. The song was released in 2012 but has had a recent resurgence due to TikTok.
  11. Madonna's streaming smash La Isla Bonita has reached 400m views, of course not counting multiple other taken down uploads with a total of another 200m+ views.
  12. naval23

    Double post - delete

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  13. The song was released in 2012 but has had a recent resurgence due to TikTok.
  14. Four years after its debut! Harry currently has 5 songs charting on Global Spotify despite not putting out anything new in over a year.
  15. Grammy winning #1 album masterpiece US iTunes: #9. Cheek to Cheek
  16. evermore folklore Lover 1989 reputation
  17. (23 WEEKS UPDATE) (latest update: January 29th) 1. Ed Sheeran - ÷ | 10.024B (+582M) 2. Post Malone - beerbongs & bentleys | 8.590B (+521M) 3. Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa (Complete Edition) | 7.855B (+496M) 4. Ed Sheeran - x (Wembley Edition) | 7.489B (+371M) 5 (+2) Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding | 7.336B (+919M) 6 (-1) Justin Bieber - Purpose | 7.318B (+309M) 7 (-1) Drake - Scorpion | 7.032B (+382M) 8 (+1) Billie Eilish - WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? | 6.838B (+789M) 9 (-1) Drake - Views | 6.589B (+241M) 10. Post Mal
  18. istan4badgalriri

    Roc Nation: "ANTI" 11 million units WW

    To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Rihanna's ANTI, her label Roc Nation has provided updated sales of the album & singles/tracks: ANTI - 11 million Work - 32.5 million Needed Me - 17 million Love On The Brain - 15 million Kiss It Better - 5.5 million Sex With Me - 4.5 million Desperado - 3.5 million
  19. Stats: Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" holds atop the Billboard Global 200 with 110.5 million streams (down 20%) and 27,000 sold worldwide (down 32%) in the Jan. 22-28 tracking week, the week's top sums in both metrics. The single by the singer-songwriter and actress, 17, initially known for her roles in Disney Channel's Bizaardvark and Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, has posted global totals of over 100 million streams in each of its first three weeks, following its opening frame of 130.1 million and last week's 138.9 million. It's the first
  20. Source #1 – Dangerous: The Double Album #2 – Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon #3 – evermore #4 – After Hours
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