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  1. two full weeks at #2, congrats ‪to ATRL’s new MPG
  2. Female artists that have spent the most cumulative weeks at #1 on the Official UK Singles Chart: 1. Madonna: 29 weeks (13 no. 1s) 2. Rihanna: 25 weeks (9 no. 1s) 3. Spice Girls: 22 weeks (9 no. 1s) 4. Ariana Grande: 20 weeks (7 no. 1s) 5. Olivia Newton-John: 18 weeks (3 no. 1s) 6. Kylie Minogue: 16 weeks (7 no. 1s) 6. Whitney Houston: 16 weeks (4 no. 1s) 6. Adele: 16 weeks (3 no. 1s) 9. Cher: 15 weeks (4 no. 1s) 9. Kyla: 15 weeks (1 no. 1) 11. Olivia Rodrigo: 14 weeks (2 no. 1s) 12. Lady Gaga: 13 weeks (6 no. 1s) 12. Leona Lewis: 13 weeks (3 no. 1s) 14. Jess Glynne: 12 weeks (7 no. 1s) 15. Sugababes: 11 weeks (6 no. 1s) 15. Katy Perry: 11 weeks (5 no. 1s) 15. Dua Lipa: 11 weeks (3 no. 1s) 15. Camila Cabello: 11 weeks (2 no. 1s) 15. Tones And I: 11 weeks (1 no. 1) 20. Beyoncé: 10 weeks (5 no. 1s) Bubbling Under Currently has the no. 1 single
  3. https://www.bpi.co.uk/award/12937-1140-2
  4. 1. Mariah Carey - Merry Christmas 2. Queen - Greatest Hits 3. Beatles - 1 4. Mariah Carey - #1s 5. Britney Spears - Britney 6. Ricky Martin - Ricky Martin 7. ABBA - Greatest Hits 8. Westlife - Coast to Coast 9. ABBA - Definitive Collection 10. Britney Spears - Oops! IDIA (According to GAON) Thoughts?
  5. BILLBOARD 200: ANTI sold ~400K in the US this past year 2021 US sales equivalents so far: 2016 — 1.966.000 2017 — 635.000 2018 — 413.000 2019 — 370.000 2020 — 344.000 2021 — 399.000 TOTAL: 4.127.000 That is without the +1M deal from Samsung and without YouTube sales equivalents.
  6. Rap God

    Eminem ties Taylor Swift

    Note: Music To Be Murdered By is now the longest charting album of the decade Congrats to the Rap God
  7. According to Spotify #1. Planet Her - Doja Cat #2. Sour - Olivia Rodrigo #3. RED - Taylor Swift #4. 30 - Adele #5. Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa #6. Happier Than Ever - Billie Eilish #7. folklore - Taylor Swift #8. Hot Pink - Doja Cat #9. evermore - Taylor Swift #10. Positions - Ariana Grande #11. Lover - Taylor Swift #12. reputation - Taylor Swift #13. 1989 - Taylor Swift #14. Cry Baby - Melanie Martinez #15. Still Over It - Summer Walker #16. WWAFAWDWG - Billie Eilish #17. CTRL - SZA #18. Speak Now - Taylor Swift #19. Teenage Dream - Katy Perry #20. Fearless - Taylor Swift
  8. The German charts are revenue based and were mainly impacted by physical CDs, digital downloads and premium streaming accounts so far, but starting this week, the german charts will add free audio streams and YouTube views to their chart formula. Source
  9. Females with most official #1 albums WW The list is based on #1 albums in the world on official charts. At the moment, females with at least 30 #1 on official charts. Countries/Charts used: 1. United States (Billboard 200) 2. Canada (RPM/Billboard) 3. Mexico (Amprofon) 4. Japan (Oricon) 5. South Korea (Gaon) 6. United Kingdom (Official Charts Company) 7. Ireland (IRMA) 8. Germany (Offizielle Top 100) 9. Austria (ö3 Austria) 10. Switzerland (Swiss Hitparade) 11. Poland (ZPAV) 12. France (SNEP) 13. Italy (FIMI) 14.Spain (PROMUSICAE) 15. Portugal (AFP) 16. Netherlands (Dutch charts) 17. Belgium Flanders (Ultratop) 18. Sweden (Topplistan) 19. Norway (VG-lista) 20. Denmark Hitlisten) 21. Finland (Suomen virallinen) 22. Australia (Kent Music Report/ARIA) 23. New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 1. Madonna: 173 #1 in 22 countries 2. Celine Dion: 108 in 20 countries 3. Taylor Swift: 79 #1 in 17 countries 4. Lady Gaga: 63 #1 in 21 countries 5. Adele: 62 #1 in 21 countries 6. Ariana Grande: 50 #1 in 19 countries 7. Norah Jones: 48 #1 In 18 countries 8. Whitney Houston: 47 #1 in 17 countries 9. Pink: 41 #1 in 12 countries 10. Britney Spears: 39 #in 18 countries 11. Barbra Streisand: 38 #1 in 12 countries 11. Mariah Carey: 38 #1 in 16 countries 11. Lana del Rey: 38 #1 in 20 countries 12 .Billie Eilish: 34 #1 in 19 countries 13. Beyonce: 31 #1 in 15 countries If there are any mistakes please provide receipts and they'll be fixed. Feel free to provide info for other females.
  10. I'm counting since Oct. 1992 because that's when the Billboard Pop Airplay chart started. Only female albums with at least 4 top 10 hits are considered for this list and singles that were part of re-releases are not counted here. 6 TOP 10s Janet Jackson – janet. (1993-1994) That's The Way Love Goes #1 If #2 Again #2 Because Of Love #4 Any Time, Any Place #6 You Want This #10 Katy Perry – Teenage Dream (2010-2011) California Gurls #1 Teenage Dream #1 Firework #1 E.T. #1 Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) #1 The One That Got Away #1 5 TOP 10s Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill (1995-1996) You Oughta Know #7 Hand In My Pocket #4 Ironic #1 You Learn #1 Head Over Feet #1 Kelly Clarkson – Breakaway (2004-2006) Breakaway #2 Since U Been Gone #1 Behind These Hazel Eyes #2 Because Of You #1 Walk Away #5 Fergie - The Dutchess (2006-2007) London Bridge #4 Fergalicious #2 Glamorous #2 Big Girls Don't Cry #1 Clumsy #2 Ariana Grande – My Everything (2014-2015) Problem #1 Break Free #4 Bang Bang #2 Love Me Harder #3 One Last Time #6 Taylor Swift – 1989 (2014-2015) Shake It Off #1 Blank Space #1 Style #1 Bad Blood #1 Wildest Dreams #1 4 TOP 10s Mariah Carey – Music Box (1993-1994) Dreamlover #1 Hero #1 Without You #2 Anytime You Need A Friend #5 Mariah Carey – Daydream (1995-1996) Fantasy #1 One Sweet Day #1 Always Be My Baby #3 Forever #9 Christina Aguilera - Christina Aguilera (1999-2000) Genie In A Bottle #1 What A Girl Wants #1 I Turn To You #8 Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You) #4 Destiny's Child – Survivor (2000-2001) Independent Women Part I #1 Survivor #2 Bootylicious #6 Emotion #8 P!nk – Missundaztood (2001-2002) Get The Party Started #2 Don't Let Me Get Me #1 Just Like A Pill #2 Family Portrait #5 Beyoncé – I Am... Sasha Fierce (2008-2009) If I Were A Boy #9 Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) #1 Halo #2 Sweet Dreams #5 Lady Gaga – The Fame (2008-2009) Just Dance #1 Poker Face #1 LoveGame #1 Paparazzi #1 Adele – 21 (2011-2012) Rolling In The Deep #1 Someone Like You #2 Set Fire To The Rain #1 Rumour Has It #8 Katy Perry – Prism (2013-2014) Roar #1 Unconditionally #8 Dark Horse #1 Birthday #8 Olivia Rodrigo – SOUR (2021) Drivers License #1 Deja vu #2 Good 4 U #1 Traitor #7
  11. #1. Adele, 30 #2. Dua Lipa, Future Nostalgia #3. Ed Sheeran, = #4. The Weeknd, The Highlights #5. ABBA, Voyage #6. Coldplay, Music of the Spheres #7. Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep... #8. Billie Eilish, Happier Than Ever #9. Olivia Rodrigo, SOUR #10. The Weeknd, After Hours #11. Justin Bieber, Justice #12. Imagine Dragons, Mercury — Act 1 #13. Doja Cat, Planet Her #14. Iron Maiden, Senjutsu #15. Harry Styles, Fine Line Any surprises? I apologize for any inaccuracies beforehand because making this list on my small screen phone was just... Source: SNEP Musique.
  12. That's with only 7-8 hours of tracking Amazing for her standards
  13. We know Mediatraffic is not the best source but until IFPI reveals 2021 data we got this 01 Olivia Rodrigo - Sour Interscope / Geffen - 4.109.000 equivalent sales 02 Adele - 30 Columbia - 3.699.000 equivalent sales 03 Morgan Wallen - Dangerous: The Double Album Big Loud / Republic - 3.505.000 equivalent sales 04 NCT Dream - Hot Sauce Sony Music - 3.003.000 equivalent sales 05 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia Warner - 2.995.000 equivalent sales 06 Drake - Certified Lover Boy OVO / Republic - 2.768.000 equivalent sales 07 Pop Smoke - Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon Victor Victor / Republic - 2.692.000 equivalent sales 08 Justin Bieber - Justice Def Jam - 2.558.000 equivalent sales 09 NCT 127 - Sticker (incl. Favorite) Sony Music Entertainment - 2.500.000 equivalent sales 10 Seventeen - Attacca Pledis Entertainment - 2.450.000 equivalent sales 11 The Kid Laroi - F*ck Love Columbia - 2.331.000 equivalent sales 12 Harry Styles - Fine Line Erskine / Columbia - 2.328.000 equivalent sales 13 The Weeknd - After Hours XO Recordings / Republic - 2.292.000 equivalent sales 14 The Weeknd - The Highlights XO Recordings / Republic - 2.122.000 equivalent sales 15 Doja Cat - Planet Her Kemosabe / RCA - 2.115.000 equivalent sales 16 Taylor Swift - Evermore Republic - 2.039.000 equivalent sales 17 BTS (Bangtan Boys) - BE Big Hit Entertainment - 1.999.000 equivalent sales 18 Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever Darkroom / Interscope - 1.988.000 equivalent sales 19 Seventeen - Your Choice Pledis Entertainment - 1.822.000 equivalent sales 20 Juice WRLD - Legends Never Die Grade A Productions / Interscope - 1.795.000 equivalent sales 21 Ariana Grande - Positions Republic - 1.784.000 equivalent sales 22 Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Darkroom / Interscope - 1.762.000 equivalent sales 23 Tomorrow X Together - The Chaos Chapter: Freeze Big Hit / Republic - 1.761.000 equivalent sales 24 Ed Sheeran - Equals Asylum / Atlantic - 1.693.000 equivalent sales 25 Abba - Voyage Polar Music / Universal - 1.680.000 equivalent sales 26 Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding Republic - 1.576.000 equivalent sales 27 Queen - Greatest Hits Hollywood / Parlophone - 1.574.000 equivalent sales 28 Taylor Swift - Red (Taylor's Version) Republic - 1.572.000 equivalent sales 29 Taylor Swift - Folklore Republic - 1.549.000 equivalent sales 30 Luke Combs - What You See Is What You Get Columbia Nashville - 1.548.000 equivalent sales 31 Kanye West - Donda G.O.O.D. / Def Jam - 1.524.000 equivalent sales 32 Taylor Swift - Fearless (Taylor's Version) Republic - 1.430.000 equivalent sales 33 Ed Sheeran - Divide Asylum / Atlantic - 1.365.000 equivalent sales 34 Enhypen - Dimension: Dilemma Belift Lab - 1.364.000 equivalent sales 35 Lil Baby - My Turn Capitol / Motown - 1.350.000 equivalent sales 36 BTS (Bangtan Boys) - Best Of Big Hit Entertainment - 1.335.000 equivalent sales 37 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours Warner Bros. - 1.327.000 equivalent sales 38 Juice WRLD - Goodbye & Good Riddance Grade A Productions / Interscope - 1.317.000 equivalent sales 39 J.Cole - The Off-Season Dreamville / Roc Nation - 1.285.000 equivalent sales 40 Rod Wave - SoulFly Alamo - 1.244.000 equivalent sales SOURCE: Global Chart Year End Album Chart (mediatraffic.de) did Your fave album chart this year Top 40??
  14. 1 (+3) We Don't Talk About Bruno by Encanto - Cast 839,257 https://charts.spotify.com/charts/view/regional-us-daily/latest also #10 on Apple Music US #6 on iTunes #1 on youtube and spotify worldwide #19 (+12) We Don't Talk About Bruno 1,706,335 smasha The Encanto soundtrack on US Spotify: #1 (+3) We Don't Talk About Bruno 839,257 #9 (+10) Surface Pressure 577,550 #41 (+31) The Family Madrigal 315,085 #45 (+32) What Else Can I Do? 310,037 #66 (+50) Dos Oruguitas 263,605 #78 (+78) Waiting On A Miracle 252,704 #167 (NEW) All Of You 185,468
  15. Official First Look Chart: Full Update Source: OCC 1 GAYLE - abcdefu 2 Acraze feat. Cherish - Do It To It ^ 3 ArrDee - Flowers (Say My Name) 4 Sam Fender - Seventeen Going Under 5 Ed Sheeran - Shivers ^ 6 Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart ^ 7 Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits ^ 8 Adele - Easy On Me 9 D-Block Europe feat. Central Cee - Overseas 10 Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran - Peru 11 Joel Corry feat. Mabel - I Wish ^ 12 Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz & Encanto Cast - We Don't Talk About Bruno * 13 D-Block Europe feat. AJ Tracey - Make You Smile ^ 14 Glass Animals - Heat Waves ^ 15 Adele - I Drink Wine ^ 16 The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber - STAY ^ 17 Imagine Dragons, JID & League of Legends - Enemy ^ 18 Jessica Darrow - Surface Pressure * 19 Justin Bieber - Ghost ^ 20 Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good ^
  16. https://hitsdailydouble.com/ytd_project_activity
  17. 30 comes out on top with 67% physical sales and is this week’s biggest seller on vinyl, with 16,700 copies sold on wax. 30 is also the most-streamed album of the week with a staggering 55.7 million plays across its 12 tracks. https://www.officialcharts.com/chart-news/adele-scores-official-charts-double-as-30-makes-record-breaking-number-1-debut__34552/ s. Sony Music reportedly ordered some 500,000 copies of vinyl records for the album’s release, potentially putting a squeeze on an already tight supply chain. With Adele pressing all those records, there has been speculation that she’s crowding out some space for others. At the very least, the issue is drawing some attention to a real crunch in the music industry. https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2021/11/22/22797290/adele-vinyl-record-supply-chain-delays For comparision Chemtrails sold 16k as well, Thoughts?
  18. Yes Taylor, yes accolade
  19. Adele sold a whopping 59k vinyl on the date ending December 23rd. Making it the third biggest vinyl selling week since Nielsen started counting. This comes after OAH claimed that nobody would buy the vinyl after debut week and they would and quote “collect dust on shop floors”… Have they been been proven wrong yet again? *this is without discounts, autographed copies or desperate tweets
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