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  1. Jimmy.

    Nicki’s TUSA Hits 1M US Units.

    Queen of Spanish
  2. istan4badgalriri

    Rihanna hits 40M monthly listeners on Spotify

    With no album out in over 4 years & just 12 days after the release of a song on which she sings ~5 lines, Rihanna has surpassed 40M monthly listeners on Spotify, and is now the 19th most listened artist in the world.
  3. Popboi.

    UK Midweek: #1 Dua / The Weeknd

    Singles 1 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (30.6k) 2 Drake - Toosie Slide (22.6k) * 3 SAINt JHN - Roses (22.3k) 4 Dua Lipa - Physical (17.1k) 5 Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now (15.6k) 8 Mabel - Boyfriend 15 Harry Styles - Adore You 17 Harry Styles - Falling 18 Lady Gaga - Stupid Love - Albums 1 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (6.2k) 2 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (3.3k) 3 The Weeknd - After Hours (2.8k) 4 Harry Styles - Fine Line (1.7k - 34 ahead) 5 Skepta, Chip & Young Adz - Insomnia (1.7k)
  4. Pop Art

    Lady Gaga: 32B Career Streams

    From her InStyle interview: ~8.9B from YouTube ~7.7B from Spotify ~3.4B from Pandora
  5. Mokichi

    Djadja hits 500M views

    The #1 hit in France, Netherlands & Romania passed the 500M views on YT ! Region Certification Certified units/sales Belgium (BEA)[22] 3× Platinum 120,000* Canada (Music Canada)[23] Gold 40,000 France (SNEP)[24] Diamond 333,333* Germany (BVMI)[25] Gold 200,000^ Netherlands (NVPI)[26] 2× Platinum 160,000^ Spain (PROMUSICAE)[27] Platinum 40,000^ Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[28] Gold 10,000^
  6. Yeah, before you'll tell me it's dead... So he's number 1 on Spotify and AM also and exploding on radio after almost 6 days of realese. A flop ATRL said.
  7. istan4badgalriri

    Rih's "Stay" soars to #40 on US iTunes

    Rihanna's "Stay" has re-entered the Top 40 of US iTunes following a millionth cover of the song on The Voice iTunes: #40 United States (+783) #59 Canada (NE) #75 Norway (+93) #107 New Zealand (NE) #135 Brazil (+30) #165 Spain (+87) #262 Switzerland (NE) #384 Indonesia (+23) #969 United Kingdom (+378) Apple Music: #326 Ireland #1117 United Kingdom (+43) #1231 United States (NE)
  8. 5.995.702 + 895.356 = 6.891.058 Spotify WW: #2. Toosie Slide by Drake 5, 461, 608 #138. Toosie Slide by Drake 779,190 Spotify US: #1. Toosie Slide by Drake 2, 251, 305 #57. Toosie Slide by Drake 419,663
  9. TalkThatRihanna

    “Circles” spends Half a Year in the Top 5

    Legend things. About to break the Top 10 record too!
  11. - "BELIEVE IT" becomes PARTYNEXTDOOR's first Top 40 hit as a lead artist, outpeaking "Come And See Me (ft. Drake)" which peaked at #55. - Rihanna ties Eminem & Glee Cast for the 8th most Top 40s ever (51). - Rihanna breaks a tie with Nicki Minaj & Cardi for the 2nd most Top 10s among females on Billboard Streaming Songs (with 14). Rihanna's 51 Top 40 hits:
  12. TalkThatRihanna

    Physical Album sales hit lowest EVER

    Gaga was very smart for delaying
  13. Anticipating

    Toxic hits 400 million streams on Spotify

    A 16 year old song We love a bonafide classic
  14. Hector

    Canada: Dua #2, Weeknd #1 Dua
  15. So i was checking the RIAA database and apparently the best selling album since 2018 is Garth Brooks' triple live album. Also he has the highest number of diamond albums (7) How is he able to game the system and other artists aren't?
  16. bbbrndn

    Adore You reaches #1 on pop radio

    “Adore You” becomes the first #1 pop radio hit of Styles’ career, whether as a solo artist or in One Direction. His previous solo peak came courtesy “Sign Of The Times,” which hit #12. He went as high as #4 with One Direction, courtesy of “What Makes You Beautiful” and “Story Of My Life.”
  17. Nemo

    Halo reaches 1B views

    Beyoncé's Halo has reached 1 billion views It is the 10th music video released before 2010 on YouTube to reach this milestone: (Not including the 2 crossed out videos that nobody cares about) Halo becomes: - The 3rd female released before 2010 to reach 1b views. - The 3rd solo song to reach 1b views. - The 4th video release in the 2000's decade to reach 1b views. Halo is Beyoncé's first credited music video to reach 1b (HFTW has surpassed 1b as well).
  18. Starkboy

    Hot 100: #23 Believe It #21 Break My Heart #7 Say So The Weeknd’s After Hours leads a very busy top 10 on the latest Billboard 200 albums chart, as the set spends a second week atop the tally. The album earned 138,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending April 2 according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. That’s down 69% as compared to the set’s first week, when it entered with 2020’s biggest week for an album: 444,000 units. Of After Hours’ second-week units, 86,000 are in SEA units, 47,000 are in album sales and 4,000 are in TEA units After Hours’ second week was goosed by the addition of three new songs to the set on Monday (March 30), which helped drive streaming activity for the album. Further, the album continued to benefit from more than 90 merchandise/album bundles available on The Weeknd’s official website, as well as sales generated by a concert/ticket album sale redemption offer with his upcoming tour. 5 Seconds of Summer scores its fifth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 chart as Calm surges from No. 62 to No. 2 with 133,000 equivalent album units earned (up 1,159%) in the week ending April 2. Of that sum, 113,000 are in album sales (up 970%), 19,000 are SEA units and 1,000 are TEA units. The set is also the best-selling album of the week, and is No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart. Calm made an early arrival on the Billboard 200 chart dated April 4 at No. 62 with 11,000 in CD sales (in the tracking week ending March 26) from the band’s concert ticket/album bundle with its upcoming U.S. tour. The CDs were inadvertently fulfilled to customers prior to the album’s actual release date of March 27 due to a clerical error. Customers received the album as early as March 23. Longstanding Billboard policy is to reflect album sale activity in the tracking week that the paying customer receives the album. Calm’s album sales in the tracking week ending April 2 were bolstered by dozens of merchandise/album bundles sold via the group’s official website, as well as its concert ticket/album sale redemption offer. (While 11,000 CDs from that offer were delivered in the tracking week ending March 26, the rest of the redemptions -- and there was a sizable number -- were fulfilled in the tracking week ending April 2.) Continuing on the new Billboard 200, Lil Uzi Vert’s former No. 1 Eternal Atake falls one spot to No. 3, earning 84,000 equivalent album units (down 27%). Dua Lipa lands her first top 10 album, as her second effort, Future Nostalgia, debuts at No. 4 with 66,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, 44,000 are in SEA units, 18,000 are in album sales and 3,000 are in TEA units. Future Nostalgia, released via Warner Records, easily beats the peak of the pop singer-songwriter’s self-titled debut effort, which topped out at No. 27 on the Feb. 17, 2018-dated chart. Pearl Jam returns to the Billboard 200 with its first studio album since 2013, as Gigaton jumps in at No. 5 with 63,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the band’s 12th top 10 effort. Of the new album’s starting unit sum, 57,000 are in album sales, while 6,000 are in SEA units and less than 1,000 are in TEA units. The album performed particularly well on vinyl, selling 14,000 copies (the second-largest week on vinyl for a 2020 release). Gigaton is Pearl Jam’s 11th studio album, and all 11 of those have reached the top five on the chart. Rounding out Pearl Jam’s 12 top 10 albums, the live compilation soundtrack album Pearl Jam Twenty debuted and peaked at No. 10 in 2011. Lil Baby’s former No. 1 My Turn slips from No. 3 to No. 6 with 53,000 equivalent album units earned (down 12%) while Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG falls from No. 4 to No. 7 with 51,000 units (down less than 1%). PartyNextDoor’s PartyMobile drives in at No. 8 with 50,000 equivalent album units earned. It’s the second top 10 effort for the act, who previously visited the region with PartyNextDoor 3 in 2016 (debuting and peaking at No. 3). The new album, released via OVO Sound/Warner, features a collaboration with Rihanna (“Believe It”), a track featuring OVO chief Drake (“Loyal”) and a remix of the latter tune boasting both Drake and Bad Bunny. Back on the new Billboard 200, Roddy Ricch’s former No. 1 Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial descends 6-9 with 40,000 equivalent album units earned (down 6%). Closing out the new top 10 is Joyner Lucas, who makes his chart debut with his first studio album, ADHD. The set starts with 39,000 equivalent album units earned, with 28,000 of that sum in SEA units, 10,000 in album sales and a little over 1,000 in TEA units. B200: 1 (=) The Weeknd - After Hours | 138,000 (47k pure) [-69%] ** 2 (+60) 5 Seconds Of Summer - Calm | 133,000 (113k pure) ** 3 (-1) Lil Uzi Vert - Eternal Atake | 84,000 [-27%] 4 (NE) Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia | 66,000 (18k pure) 5 (NE) Pearl Jam - Gigaton | 63,000 (57k pure) 6 (-3) Lil Baby - My Turn | 50,000 [-12%] 7 (-3) Bad Bunny - YHLQMDLG | 51,000 [-1%] 8 (NE) PartyNextDoor - PartyMobile | 50,000 9 (-3) Roddy Ricch - Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial | 40,000 [-6%] 10 (NE) Joyner Lucas - ADHD | 39,000 (10k pure) **tons of bundles