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  1. There are often threads abut the streams of female artists / albums on ATRL, so I thought it'd be interesting to look at the albums by male artists for once. So here are the albums by male artists and -led bands from the 2010s per year with the best daily recurrent streams on Spotify: Numbers derived from Chartmasters' Spotify tool 2010 1. 'Doo-Wops & Hooligans' (Bruno Mars) – 3,241,815 2. 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' (Kanye West) – 1,420,156 3. 'Recovery' (Eminem) – 1,300,538 4. 'K.I.D.S' (Mac Miller) – 985,494 5. 'Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager' (Kid Cudi) – 892,664 2011 1. 'Nothing But The Beat' (David Guetta) – 1,264,961 2. 'Take Care' (Drake) – 1,196,658 3. 'Watch The Throne' (Jay Z) – 904,005 4. '+' (Ed Sheeran) – 882,755 5. 'House Of Balloons' (The Weeknd) – 801,652 2012 1. 'Unorthodox Jukebox' (Bruno Mars) – 1,978,505 2. 'Night Visions' (Imagine Dragons) – 1,852,615 3. 'Overexposed' (Maroon 5) – 1,705,158 4. 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' (Kendrick Lamar) – 1,652,970 5. 'channel ORANGE' (Frank Ocean) – 1,439,735 2013 1. 'AM' (Arctic Monkeys) – 3,163,820 2. 'I Love You.' (The Neighbourhood) – 2,257,960 3. 'Midnight Memories' (One Direction) – 1,512,755 4. 'Long Way Down' (Tom Odell) – 1,274,528 5. 'True' (Avicii) – 1,175,499 2014 1. 'X' (Ed Sheeran) – 2,357,092 2. 'In The Lonely Hour' (Sam Smith) – 1,978,672 3. 'Hozier' (Hozier) – 1,855,438 4. 'V' (Maroon 5) – 1,786,826 5. 'FOUR' (One Direction) – 1,706,682 2015 1. 'Beauty Behind The Madness' (The Weeknd) – 2,893,582 2. 'Hamilton' (Lin-Manuel Miranda) – 2,034,677 3. 'Purpose' (Justin Bieber) – 1,866,846 4. 'Wiped Ou!' (The Neighbourhood) – 1,787,862 5. 'Blurryface' (Twenty One Pilots) – 1,785,891 2016 1. 'Starboy' (The Weeknd) – 3,622,536 2. 'BLONDE' (Frank Ocean) – 2,079,071 3. 'Stoney' (Post Malone) – 1,981,036 4. 'Views' (Drake) – 1,820,318 5. 'Illuminate' (Shawn Mendes) – 1,784,193 2017 1. '÷' (Ed Sheeran) – 3,577,049 2. '17' (XXXTENTACION) – 2,798,155 3. 'Evolve' (Imagine Dragons) – 2,407,850 4. 'Luv Is Rage 2' (Lil Uzi Vert) – 2,343,723 5. 'DAMN.' (Kendrick Lamar) – 2,091,958 2018 1. '?' (XXXTENTACION) – 3,574,871 2. 'Goodbye & Good Riddance' (Juice WRLD) – 3,251,905 3. 'beerbongs & bentley' (Post Malone) – 2,487,066 4. 'ASTROWORLD' (Travis Scott) – 2,411,695 5. 'X 100PRE' (Bad Bunny) – 2,319,741 2019 1. 'Fine Line' (Harry Styles) – 4,295,769 2. 'Hollywood's Bleedings' (Post Malone) – 3,952,176 3. 'Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent' (Lewis Capaldi) – 3,198,841 4. 'Death Race For Love' (Juice WRLD) – 2,294,065 5. 'Homerun' (Paulo Londra) – 1,894,843 And here are the top 20 male albums from the 2010s overall with the best daily recurrent streams on Spotify: Any surprises?
  2. DesiredConsternation

    Best-selling recording artists of 2021 (UWC)

    Rounding out the top 20
  3. It takes a perfect storm to amass a Diamond album/single, let alone multiple. When you add "Black Artist" to the mix, it makes things that much more difficult. Here is what the landscape looks like for Black musicians and their hit albums/singles: Next Up to Diamond are: Dark Horses (Currently 4x+ - 9x Platinum): ~ THE WINNER'S CIRCLE ~ (ALBUMS) (SINGLES - LEAD ACTS) (FEATURED ACTS)
  4. These are all the albums released by female artists that have been certified 10x Platinum, aka DIAMOND, or higher by the RIAA Note: RIAA only credits songs to the lead artist, that's why they don't count Diamond certified singles with a female feature (e.g. We Are Young ft. Janelle Monáe) as the featured woman's own Diamond song. These are all the albums released by female artists that have been certified 10x Platinum, aka DIAMOND, or higher by the RIAA 12x Platinum 11x Platinum 10x Platinum Most Diamond singles x3 – Katy Perry x2 – Cardi B | Lady Gaga BONUS These are the singles that are certified 9x AND 8x Platinum and thus are the closest to being certified Diamond too: BONUS 2.0 Here are the diamond certified songs per decade: (going by release dates) 1990s – 2 2000s – 3 2010s – 12 Does your favorite female artist have one, or even multiple Diamond certified songs?
  5. Katy’s 2013 buzz single officially hits 600 million views on YouTube. congrats to this Christian-themed ballad
  6. More than 4 years after its release, and with Taylor having released plenty of new music afterwards, 'reputation' still managed to re-enter the top 100 on the Billboard 200 chart this week In fact, 'reputation' joins 6 other Taylor Swift albums in the top 100, with Taylor having 8 albums on the chart in total this week, more than any other artist:
  7. This is a list of all the female artists who spent at least 2 cumulative weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Like Billboard's way of counting, only solo credits are regarded, so band/duo credits aren't taken into consideration, but collaborations albums are if the female solo artist is credited as such (e.g. ASIB counting for Lady Gaga's total). The release date of the albums is given in brackets. These are the women with 10+ weeks at #1..... 55 weeks Taylor Swift 46 weeks Whitney Houston 40 weeks Adele 30 weeks Mariah Carey 27 weeks Barbra Streisand 20 weeks Madonna 19 weeks Carole King 16 weeks Janet Jackson 15 weeks Alanis Morisette 13 weeks Norah Jones 12 weeks Paula Abdul 11 weeks Alicia Keys | Britney Spears 10 weeks Lady Gaga | Soeur Sourir, The Singing Nun | Susan Boyle And these are all the women who spent less than 10 cumulative weeks at #1 on Billboard 200... Did your fave make the list? (I double checked everything, but if you do find a mistake, please point it out so that I can correct it.)
  8. Source Interestingly, no predictions for Gunna's album, or any explicit mention of a #1 debut. But with him still getting a first prediction, HDD must feel confident regardless.
  9. "#RedTaylorsVersion officially debuts with 90.558.180 filtered streams on the Global Spotify It breaks the record for the biggest female debut and ranks as the 4th biggest debut OVERALL!" - @/TheSwiftSociety on Twitter OH MYYYY GOD
  10. this is more than sour's debut, positions, etc
  11. Those are her 7th and 8th video to surpass 1B on the platform
  12. https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/adele-bruno-encanto-elton-john-dua-lipa-kodak-black-hot-100-1235017217/ Elton John and Dua Lipa’s “Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)” roars 20-7 on the Hot 100, reaching the top 10 for the first time (and surpassing its prior No. 11 high). It drew 52.1 million in airplay audience (up 6%) and 10 million streams (up 18%) and sold 13,300 (up 53%, aided by 69-cent sale-pricing in the iTunes Store) in the tracking week, as it jumps 5-1 for its first week atop Digital Song Sales (becoming John’s first leader and Lipa’s second, after “Levitating” for a week last May). John achieves his 28th Hot 100 top 10 and first since “Candle in the Wind”/”Something About the Way You Look Tonight” marked his ninth No. 1 in October 1997 through January 1998. As he had last appeared in the top 10 on the chart dated Jan. 31, 1998, he ends a break of 23 years, 11 months and two weeks between top 10s. While lengthy, it’s not a record: two weeks ago, The Ronettes’ wrapped a 58-year, two-month gap when “Sleigh Ride” dashed to No. 10, becoming the group’s first top 10 since “Be My Baby” in 1963. The seven longest breaks between top 10s all ended via holiday songs, and all since 2018; among nonseasonal hits (as with “Cold Heart”), Dobie Gray ranks first with a wait of 30 years, two months and a week between his original version of “Drift Away” in 1973 and Uncle Kracker’s remake, featuring Gray, in 2003. John also ties Mariah Carey (atop last week’s Hot 100 with “All I Want for Christmas Is You”) and Stevie Wonder (his recent duet partner) for the seventh-most Hot 100 top 10s in the chart’s history: Most Hot 100 Top 10s 54, Drake 38, Madonna 34, The Beatles 31, Rihanna 30, Michael Jackson 30, Taylor Swift 28, Mariah Carey 28, Elton John 28, Stevie Wonder 27, Janet Jackson Plus, John now boasts Hot 100 top 10s in four distinct decades: the 1970s, ’80s, ’90s and 2020s. He’s the 10th act to have placed in the top 10 in at least four separate decades; Michael Jackson is the only artist to have ranked in the bracket in as many as five decades, from the ’70s through the ’10s (and that’s not including his tenure in the Jackson 5, who first hit the top 10 in the ’60s). Hot 100 Top 10s in Four or More Decades ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, 10s: Michael Jackson ’90s, ’00s, ’10s, ’20s: Mariah Carey ’90s, ’00s, ’10s, ’20s: Jay-Z ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’20s: Elton John ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, ’20s: Andy Williams ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, ’10s: Whitney Houston ’80s, ’90s, ’00s, ’10s: Madonna ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, ’00s: Aerosmith ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s: Cher ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s: Barbra Streisand As for his span of Hot 100 top 10s, John expands it to 51 years, 11 months and three weeks, dating to his first week in the top 10 with “Your Song” (Jan. 23, 1971). The stretch is the longest among all acts not involving holiday songs, surpassing Jackson’s (42 weeks, six months and a week); a week ago, thanks to “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” Andy Williams’ record for the longest top 10 span overall was extended to 62 years and three months, dating to his first week in the top 10 with “Lonely Street,” on the chart dated Oct. 12, 1959. Meanwhile, Lipa lands her fourth Hot 100 top 10, after “New Rules” (No. 6, February 2018); “Don’t Start Now” (No. 2, March 2020); and “Levitating” (No. 2, May 2021). “Cold Heart” brings elements of four John songs to the Hot 100’s top 10, including one that previously ranked in the region: In the mash-up, John sings part of his No. 18 1990 hit “Sacrifice” and Lipa reprises his No. 6-peaking 1972 classic “Rocket Man” and his No. 25-reaching 1983 hit “Kiss the Bride,” while his 1976 track “Where’s the Shoorah?” serves as its coda. The new combination also credits trio Pnau’s co-writing and co-production
  13. The song is going viral AGAIN in 2022 with a new trend. https://www.tiktok.com/music/sonido-original-7026514096237382405 The song went viral on Tiktok over 5 months ago & received its peak 3 months ago (this month might be its new peak). This thread was long overdue but I was always hesitant to make one as I thought the song would die out, but it just keeps resurging due to new viral videos. The song was stable on Spotify for the entire 5 months gaining around 250k-500k per day. She's been gaining 20k monthly listeners on Spotify everyday. Spotify Updates: Dec 9: +223,584 (-0.51%) Dec 8: +224,740 (+3.35%) Dec 7: +217,453 (+9.23%) Dec 6: +197,380 (-8.08%) Dec 5: +214,737 (-7.58%) Dec 4: +232,359 (-5.16%) Dec 3: +244,996 (+0.59%) Dec 2: +243,574 (+1.13%) Dec 1: +240,373 (+4.49%) Nov 30: +229,581 (+9.47%) Nov 29: +209,715 (-7.29%) Nov 28: +226,205 (-5.00%) Nov 27: +237,526 (+2.999%) Nov 26: +230,611 (-11.37%) Nov 25: +260,182 (-1.95%) Nov 24: +265,345 (+12.91%) Nov 23: +235,008 (+11.73%) Nov 22: +207,449 (-23.15%) Nov 21: +255,470 (-10.23%) Nov 20: +284,589 (+10.03%) Nov 19: +258,649 (+4.01%) Nov 18: +248,666 (+6.18%) Nov 17: +234,202 (-2.97%) Nov 16: +241,362 (+11.38%) Nov 15: +216,703 (-6.33%) Nov 14: +231,351 (-10.13%) Nov 13: +257,440 (-1.46%) Nov 12: +261,211 (-1.23%) Nov 11: +264,428 (-1.27%) Nov 10: +267,788 (+1.18%) Nov 9: +264,654 (+14.13%) Nov 8: +231,886 (-10.91%) Nov 7: +257,174 (-7.63%) Nov 6: +278,430 (-3.5%) Nov 5: +282,073 (-2.23%) Nov 5: +282,073 (-2.23%) Nov 4: +288,521 (+2.40%) Nov 3: +281,749 (+8.95%) Nov 2: +258,607 (+12.47%) Nov 1: +229,941 (-13.1%) Oct. 31: +264,515 (-9.81%) Oct. 30: +293,276 (-0.96%) Oct. 29: +296,119 (-1.9%) Oct. 28: +301,854 (-0.81%) Oct. 27: +304,317 (+2.81%) Oct. 26: +296,013 (+13.24%) Oct. 25: +256,826 (-9.66%) Oct. 24: +284,294 (-12.26%) Oct. 23: +324,031 (+2.84%) Oct. 22: +314,816 (+1.42%) Oct. 21: +310,361 (-7.56%) Oct. 20: +333,825 (-1.29%) Oct. 19: +338,138 (+10.2%) Oct. 18: +303,659 (-13.2%) Oct. 17: +343,767 (-15.28%) Oct. 16: +405,773 (+27.48%) Oct. 15: +318,321 (+3.26%) Oct. 14: +308,275 (-0.13%) Oct. 13: +308,696 (+1.03%) Oct. 12: +305,536 (+13.75%) Oct. 11: +268,610 (-7.32%) Oct. 10: +288,286 (-12.29%) Oct. 09: +323,735 (-2.39%) Oct. 08: +331,474 So, if you haven't streamed it yet, you better get going! Overall streams track record (for my own easier calculating): Jan 17: 244,529,944 / 25,307,338 monthly listeners Jan 17: 244,314,802 / 25,316,509 monthly listeners Jan 16: 244,124,142 / 25,307,029 monthly listeners Jan 15: 243,910,686 / 25,307,421 monthly listeners Jan 14: 243,681,620 / 25,285,??? monthly listeners Jan 13: 243,444,104 / 25,278,385 monthly listeners Jan 12: 243,218,295 / 25,281,708 monthly listeners Jan 11: 242,996,629 / 25,284,288 monthly listeners Jan 10: 242,779,227 / 25,264,266 monthly listeners Dec 11: 236,339,108 / 25,145,826 monthly listeners Dec 9: 235,870,226 / 25,174,583 monthly listeners Dec 8: 235,646,642 / 25,189,220 monthly listeners Dec 7: 235,421,902 / 25,188,065 monthly listeners Dec 6: 235,204,449 / 25,199,325 monthly listeners Dec 5: 235,007,069 / 25,196,142 monthly listeners Dec 4: 234,792,332 / 25,182,885 monthly listeners Dec 3: 234,559,973 / 25,177,689 monthly listeners Dec 2: 234,314,977 / 25,146,743 monthly listeners Dec 1: 234,071,403 / 25,142,792 monthly listeners nov 30: 233,831,030 / 25,143,503 monthly listeners nov 29: 233,601,449 / 25,161,614 monthly listeners nov 28: 233,391,734 / 25,160,768 monthly listeners nov 27: 233,165,529 / 25,174,444 monthly listeners nov 26: 232,928,003/ 25,205,150 monthly listeners nov 25: 232,697,392/ 25,242,524 monthly listeners nov 24: 232,437,210 / 25,229,779 monthly listeners nov 23: 232,171,865 / 25,223,430 monthly listeners nov 22: 231,936,857 / 25,208,825 monthly listeners nov 21: 231,729,408 / 25,203,062 monthly listeners nov 20: 231,473,938 / 25,191,636 monthly listeners nov 19: 231,189,349 / 25,178,680 monthly listeners nov 18: 230,930,700 / 25,195,335 monthly listeners Nov 17: 230,682,034 / 25,206,608 monthly listeners Nov 16: 230,447,832 / 25,255,083 monthly listeners Nov 15: 230,206,470 / 25,282,759 monthly listeners Nov 14: 229,989,767 / 25,321,325 monthly listeners Nov 13: 229,758,416 / 25,363,117 monthly listeners Nov 12: 229,500,976 / 25,434,767 monthly listeners Nov 11: 229,239,765 / ??? monthly listeners Nov 10: 228,975,337 / 25,459,880 monthly listeners Nov 9: 228,707,549 / 25,455,307 monthly listeners Nov 8: 228,442,895 / 25,459,546 monthly listeners Nov 7: 228,211,009 / 25,472,100 monthly listeners Nov 6: 227,953,835 / 25,480,316 monthly listeners Nov 5: 227,675,405 / 25,475,335 monthly listeners Nov 4: 227,393,332 / 25,465,300 monthly listeners Nov 3: 227,104,811 / 25,461,027 monthly listeners Nov 2: 226,823,062 / 25,447,443 monthly listeners Nov 1: 226,564,455 / 25,434,604 monthly listeners Oct 31: 226,334,514 / 25,432,566 monthly listeners Oct 30: 226,069,999 / 25,425,670 monthly listeners Oct 29: 225,776,723 / 25,405,254 monthly listeners Oct 28: 225,480,604 / 25,363,749 monthly listeners Oct 27: 225,178,750 / 25,331,910 monthly listeners Oct 26: 224,874,433 / 25,305,190 monthly listeners Oct 25: 224,578,420 / 25,285,841 monthly listeners Oct 24: 224,321,584 / 25,288,426 monthly listeners Oct 23: 224,037,290 / 25,277,523 monthly listeners Oct 22: 223,713,259 / 25,260,089 monthly listeners Oct 21: 223,398,443 / 25,240,289 monthly listeners Oct 20: 223,088,082 / 25,218,358 monthly listeners Oct 19: 222,754,257 / 25,187,051 monthly listeners Oct 18: 222,416,119 / 25,140,548 monthly listeners Oct 17: 222,112,460 / 25,097,613 monthly listeners Oct 16: 221,768,693 / 25,054,808 monthly listeners Oct 15: 221,362,920 / 24,973,960 monthly listeners Oct 14: 221,044,599 / 24,949,290 monthly listeners Oct 13: 220,736,324 / 24,919,878 monthly listeners Oct 12: 220,427,628 / 24,884,445 monthly listeners Oct 11: 220,122,092 / 24,835,478 monthly listeners Oct 10: 219,853,482 / 24,800,618 monthly listeners Oct 9: 219,565,196 / 24,779,970 monthly listeners Oct 8: 219,241,461 streams / 24,746,781 monthly listeners Oct 7: 218,909,987 streams
  14. still the most viewed female video
  15. The Family Madrigal #44 + many more outside top 50. The album is also set to climb to number one on the Billboard 200 chart later today Surprised?
  16. It also makes Taylor the only artist to have multiple versions of the same album achieve 1 billion streams.
  17. It has 1,028,608,554 right now on Spotify, and already reached 1 billion on Youtube. It is his first song to hit this landmark, and with the growth of his streams, it most definitely won't be the last.
  18. they find a way to cheat on spotify charts source: https://www.facebook.com/popruntheworld/posts/4725613334161211
  19. It took a bit of work to find all the detailed breakdowns for everyone, but i included every female with at least 10 entries in the ranking (if i missed anyone please do tell me). I'll be posting a breakdown for each one over the course of the week, along with a few interesting curiosities from this chart! #1 Madonna (30): #2 Kylie Minogue (22): #3 Adele (19): #4 P!nk (18): #4 Taylor Swift (18): #4 Whitney Houston (18): #7 Amy Winehouse (17): #7 Diana Ross (17): #9 Little Mix (16): #10 Rihanna (15): #11 Céline Dion (13): #12 Ariana Grande (12): #12 Barbra Streisand (12): #14 Beyoncé (11): #14 Mariah Carey (11): #16 Girls Aloud (10): #16 Lady Gaga (10):
  20. fridayteenage

    Olivia BEATS Billie

    21stc Female Albums w/20+ Top 5 Weeks 60+ Adele, 21 40+ Taylor, 1989 20+ VII Olivia, Sour VI Billie, When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go V Taylor, Fearless III Mariah, Emancipation of Mimi II Avril, Let Go
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