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  1. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
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  3. https://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=338782&title=ROCKING-YOUR-STOCKING%3A-THE-XMAS-TOP-10 I think these are Luminate (formerly Soundscan) numbers since I think Merry Christmas should be certified Diamond soon?
  4. Let's see how the singles market have changed in the last 4 decades, these are the Top certified female songs based on the year they were released as official singles: (Remember that there are a lot of undercertified artists by the RIAA) 1980: Dolly Parton, "9 to 5": 3x Platinum 1981: Diana Ross/Lionel Richie, "Endless Love"; Olivia Newton-John – Physical; Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, "I Love Rock 'n Roll": Platinum* 1982: Toni Basil, "Mickey": Platinum* 1983: Cyndi Lauper, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun": 6x Platinum 1984: Cyndi Lauper, "Time After Time": 5x Platinum 1985: Whitney Houston, "How Will I Know" 2x Platinum 1986: Whitney Houston, "Greatest Love of All" 2x Platinum 1987: Whitney Houston, "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" 7x Platinum 1988: Paula Abdul, "Straight Up" Platinum 1989: Jodi Benson, "Part of Your World": 3x Platinum 1990: Madonna, "Vogue" 2x Platinum 1991: Reba McEntire, "Fancy": 2x Platinum 1992: Whitney Houston, "I Will Always Love You" 10x Platinum 1993: SWV, "Weak"; Mariah Carey, "Hero": 3x Platinum 1994: Mariah Carey, "All I Want for Christmas Is You" 12x Platinum 1995: Mariah Carey, "Fantasy": 6x Platinum 1996: Mariah Carey, "Always Be My Baby": 5x Platinum 1997: LeAnn Rimes - How Do I Live; Celine Dion, "My Heart Will Go On": 4x Platinum 1998: Britney Spears - "...Baby One More Time": 5x Platinum 1999: TLC, "No Scrubs" 5x Platinum 2000: Lee Ann Womack, "I Hope You Dance" 4x Platinum 2001: Alicia Keys, "Fallin'" 3x Platinum 2002: Avril Lavigne, "Complicated"; Missy Elliott, "Work It": 3x Platinum 2003: Beyoncé, "Crazy In Love": 6x Platinum 2004: Alicia Keys, "If I Ain't Got You"; Britney Spears, "Toxic" 6x Platinum 2005: Mariah Carey, "We Belong Together"; Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl: 6x Platinum 2006: Carrie Underwood, "Before He Cheats"; Nelly Furtado, "Promiscuous": 7x Platinum 2007: Alicia Keys, "No One" 9x Platinum 2008: Lady Gaga, "Just Dance" 11x Platinum 2009: Miley Cyrus, "Party In The U.S.A.": 13x Platinum 2010: Katy Perry, "Firework" 12x Platinum 2011: Nicki Minaj, "Super Bass"; Christina Perri, "A Thousand Years"; Rihanna, "We Found Love": 10x Platinum 2012: Carly Rae Jepsen, "Call Me Maybe" 10x Platinum 2013: Lorde, "Royals" 14x Platinum 2014: Meghan Trainor, "All About That Bass"; Taylor Swift, "Shake It Off": 10x Platinum 2015: Ellie Goulding, "Love Me Like You Do": 8x Platinum 2016: Rihanna, "Work"; Rihanna, "Needed Me": 9x Platinum 2017: Bebe Rexha, "Meant to Be"; Cardi B, "Bodak Yellow": 11x Platinum 2018: Cardi B, "I Like It" 11x Platinum 2019: Billie Eilish - Bad Guy 10x Platinum 2020: Dua Lipa, "Levitating" 10x Platinum 2021: Olivia Rodrigo, "good 4 u": 7x Platinum 2022: SZA, "Kill Bill": 5x Platinum 2023: SZA, "Snooze": 2x Platinum
  5. https://kworb.net/spotify/songs.html The song reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2007.
  6. Person of the Year s an annual issue of the American news magazine and website Time featuring a person, a group, idea, or object that "for better or for worse... has done the most to influence the events of the year" 2000 - George W. Bush: In 2000, Bush was elected President of the United States, defeating incumbent Vice President Al Gore. 2001 - Rudy Giuliani: Giuliani, Mayor of New York City at the time of the September 11 attacks in 2001, was selected as a symbol of America's response to the attacks. 2002 - The Whistleblowers: Represented by Cynthia Cooper, Coleen Rowley, and Sherron Watkins. In 2001, Watkins uncovered accounting irregularities in the financial reports of Enron, testifying before Congressional committees the following year. In 2002, Cooper exposed a $3.8 billion fraud at WorldCom. At the time, this was the largest incident of accounting fraud in U.S. history. In 2002, Rowley, an FBI agent, gave testimony about the FBI's mishandling of information related to the September 11 attacks of 2001. 2003 - The American soldier: Representing U.S. forces around the world, especially in the Iraq War (2003–2011) 2004 - George W. Bush: In 2004, Bush was re-elected President of the United States, defeating John Kerry and overseeing US involvement in the Iraq War. 2005 - Bono, Bill Gates, and Melinda Gates :Bono, philanthropist and member of the rock band U2, helped to organise the 2005 Live 8 concerts. Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft and richest person in the world at the time, and his wife Melinda, founded the philanthropic Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 2006 - You:Representing individual content creators on the World Wide Web 2007 - Vladimir Putin:Putin was President of Russia from 2000 to 2008, and from 2012 onwards. In 2007, it was apparent that Putin's power would continue after his presidential term expired: he had suppressed much of the opposition to his rule, including having a suspected role in the 2006 assassination of Anna Politkovskaya and poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko, and had secured his position as Prime Minister of Russia to his loyalist successor Dmitry Medvedev. 2008 - Barack Obama:In 2008, Obama was elected President of the United States, defeating John McCain to become the first African-American President of the United States in January 2009. 2009 - Ben Bernanke:Chairman of the Federal Reserve during the financial crisis of 2007–08 and the following Great Recession. 2010 - Mark Zuckerberg:Founder of the social-networking website Facebook. In 2010, Facebook passed half a billion users but was involved in privacy disputes, and Zuckerberg had been the subject of the Oscar-winning biopic The Social Network. 2011 - The Protester:Recognizing the historic significance of many grassroots protests across the world during that year, such as the ongoing Arab Spring and those against austerity measures in Greece and later in Spain, against corruption in India, against the drug war in Mexico, for education in Chile, for social justice in Israel, as well as the riots in England, the anti-government protests in Russia and the emerging global Occupy Movement 2012 - Barack Obama:In 2012, Obama was re-elected President of the United States, defeating Mitt Romney. 2013 - Francis: Elected Pope of the Roman Catholic Church in 2013, following the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI 2014 - Ebola fighters: "Ebola fighters" refers to health care workers who helped stop the spread of the Ebola virus during the Ebola virus epidemic in West Africa, including not only doctors and nurses, but also ambulance attendants, burial parties and others. 2015 - Angela Merkel: Chancellor of Germany from 2005 to 2021, recognized for leadership in the Greek debt crisis and European migrant crisis 2016 - Donald Trump: In 2016, Trump was elected President of the United States, defeating Hillary Clinton. 2017 - The Silence Breakers: The people who spoke out against sexual abuse and harassment, including the figureheads of the American MeToo movement. Represented on the cover by strawberry picker Isabel Pascual (pseudonym), lobbyist Adama Iwu, actress Ashley Judd, software engineer Susan Fowler, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, and a sixth woman, a hospital worker who wished to remain anonymous and whose face cannot be seen. 2018 - The Guardians: Journalists who faced persecution, arrest or murder for their reporting. 2019 - Greta Thunberg: Swedish environmental activist and founder of the School Strike for Climate campaign 2020 - Joe Biden and Kamala Harris: In 2020, Biden and Harris were elected President and Vice President of the United States respectively, defeating incumbent President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. In January 2021, Harris became the first woman, first African American, and first Asian American vice president. 2021 - Elon Musk: CEO of Tesla, Inc., founder and CEO of SpaceX, and the richest person in the world in 2021 2022 - Volodymyr Zelensky: President of Ukraine since 2019, and supreme commander-in-chief during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine 2023 - Taylor Swift
  7. Any Surprises? *Only includes artists who are among the top 100 most streamed artists on Spotify, but happy to include more artists if their most streamed album track is posted below **Please let me know if there is a track that was not included. Promotional singles were not considered singles. 1) Olivia Rodrigo - Happier - 964 million 2) Taylor Swift - Don't Blame Me - 881 million 3) Billie Eilish - i love you - 839 million 4) Dua Lipa & Blackpink - Kiss and Make Up - 603 million 5) Adele - Love In The Dark - 598 million 6) Doja Cat - Ain't **** - 541 million 7) Ariana Grande - Motive (ft. Doja Cat) - 449 million 8) Lana Del Rey - Radio - 432 million 9) KAROL G - Qlona - 402 million 10 Halsey - Gasoline - 396 million 11) Rihanna - Desperado - 368 milliion 12) SZA - Low - 353 million 13) Lady Gaga & Blackpink - Sour Candy - 344 million 14) Miley Cyrus - Heart of Glass - 239 million 15) Cardi B - Thu Your Phone - 230 million 16) Selena Gomez - People You Know - 228 million 17) Camilla Cabello - Real Friends - 226 million 18) Beyonce - Alien Superstar - 206 million 19) Nicki Minaj - Yikes - 157 million 20) Shakira - Si Te Vas - 154 milliion 21) Demi Lovato - Warrior - 100 million 22) Sia - Salted Wound - 85 million 23) Katy Perry - Peacock - 61 million
  8. Official First Look Chart: Full Update Source: OCC 1 Wham! - Last Christmas 2 Mariah Carey - All I Want for Christmas Is You 3 The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale of New York 4 Sam Ryder - You're Christmas to Me 5 Jack Harlow - Lovin On Me 6 Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree 7 Ed Sheeran & Elton John - Merry Christmas 8 Michael Bublé - It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas 9 Jorja Smith - Stay Another Day 10 Shakin' Stevens - Merry Christmas Everyone 11 Bobby Helms - Jingle Bell Rock 12 Noah Kahan - Stick Season 13 Andy Williams - It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year 14 Ariana Grande - Santa Tell Me 15 Kelly Clarkson - Underneath the Tree 16 Band Aid - Do They Know It's Christmas? 17 Dean Martin - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 18 John Lennon, Yoko Ono & the Plastic Ono Band - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) ^ 19 Taylor Swift - You're Losing Me * 20 Tate McRae - greedy
  9. From Billboard's Year-End charts… Top Stadiums Top Venues (15k+) Dickies Arena, Forth Worth (10k-15k), Radio City Music Hall, New York (5k-10k) & Resorts World Theater, Las Vegas (<5k) are also the top concert venues of 2023 in their respective capacity class.
  10. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  11. her other certifications SOUR - Platinum (100k) drivers license - Platinum (200k) good 4 u - Platinum (200k) deja vu - Gold (100k) traitor - Gold (100k) vampire - Gold (100k)
  12. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  13. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  14. “Houdini (Extended Edit)” by miss dua lipa debuts with 224,269 streams on Spotify following its first full day of release. Thoughts ?
  15. This is the list of most streamed albums and tracks on Spotify by british artists by year of release since 1963 when The Beatles started the british invasion until 2023. Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 1963 Please Please Me The Beatles 1,090,212,376 Twist And Shout The Beatles 418,731,742 1964 The Animals The Animals 892,081,454 House of the Rising Sun The Animals 875,912,145 1965 Help! The Beatles 1,362,951,364 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction The Rolling Stones 650,546,178 1966 Aftermath The Rolling Stones 1,195,781,819 Paint It, Black The Rolling Stones 1,032,476,457 1967 Blowin' Your Mind! Van Morrison 931,194,578 Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison 910,121,938 1968 The Beatles (White Album) The Beatles 1,838,515,381 Hey Jude The Beatles 544,531,630 1969 Abbey Road The Beatles 2,862,693,286 Here Comes The Sun The Beatles 1,139,949,245 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 1970 Paranoid Black Sabbath 1,817,782,262 Paranoid Black Sabbath 931,211,295 1971 Led Zeppelin IV Led Zeppelin 1,952,803,428 Stairway to Heaven Led Zeppelin 898,748,926 1972 Honky Château Elton John 1,112,556,790 Rocket Man (I Think It's Going To Be A Long, Long Time) Elton John 983,181,968 1973 The Dark Side Of The Moon Pink Floyd 2,075,329,493 Money Pink Floyd 463,200,260 1974 Sheer Heart Attack Queen 953,466,249 Killer Queen Queen 743,568,976 1975 A Night At The Opera Queen 3,318,516,445 Bohemian Rhapsody Queen 2,315,522,843 1976 A Day At The Races Queen 1,235,355,881 Somebody To Love Queen 822,608,924 1977 Rumours Fleetwood Mac 4,736,543,873 Dreams Fleetwood Mac 1,436,494,183 1978 Jazz Queen 2,336,591,260 Don't Stop Me Now Queen 1,768,526,066 1979 The Wall Pink Floyd 2,730,802,204 Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2 Pink Floyd 806,421,489 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 1980 The Game Queen 2,633,692,126 Another One Bites The Dust Queen 1,676,364,082 1981 Non Stop Erotic Cabaret Soft Cell 772,868,295 Under Pressure Queen & David Bowie 1,457,043,154 1982 Hot Space Queen 1,590,805,868 Should I Stay or Should I Go The Clash 941,126,645 1983 Synchronicity The Police 1,948,858,343 Every Breath You Take The Police 1,761,897,189 1984 The Works Queen 1,675,035,869 Last Christmas Wham! 1,262,140,620 1985 Songs From The Big Chair Tears For Fears 1,980,330,246 Everybody Wants To Rule The World Tears For Fears 1,384,847,014 1986 The Queen Is Dead The Smiths 1,108,852,378 There Is a Light That Never Goes Out The Smiths 491,187,412 1987 Tango In The Night Fleetwood Mac 1,495,284,068 Everywhere Fleetwood Mac 782,944,898 1988 Sunshine On Leith The Proclaimers 786,968,427 I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) The Proclaimers 686,745,726 1989 ...But Seriously Phil Collins 723,911,680 Another Day in Paradise Phil Collins 399,398,049 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 1990 Violator Depeche Mode 621,214,148 Enjoy the Silence Depeche Mode 564,131,346 1991 Innuendo Queen 707,537,055 The Show Must Go On Queen 387,627,557 1992 Wish The Cure 780,657,410 Creep Radiohead 1,428,874,221 1993 Pablo Honey Radiohead 1,568,587,042 Fields Of Gold Sting 307,166,655 1994 The Lion King Soundtrack Elton John 1,504,421,318 Can You Feel The Love Tonight Elton John 297,247,588 1995 (What's The Story) Morning Glory? Oasis 3,680,311,939 Wonderwall Oasis 1,818,668,594 1996 Spice Spice Girls 1,401,228,096 Wannabe Spice Girls 985,619,819 1997 OK Computer Radiohead 1,935,653,977 Bitter Sweet Symphony The Verve 950,379,609 1998 Mezzanine Massive Attack 509,752,335 Teardrop Massive Attack 262,555,607 1999 Tarzan Soundtrack Phil Collins 918,488,559 Dancing in the Moonlight Toploader 768,793,711 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 2000 Parachutes Coldplay 3,688,811,772 Yellow Coldplay 1,963,822,161 2001 Gorillaz Gorillaz 1,235,743,083 Clint Eastwood Gorillaz 723,111,981 2002 A Rush Of Blood To The Head Coldplay 3,369,946,874 The Scientist Coldplay 1,715,054,465 2003 Absolution Muse 759,814,821 White Flag Dido 318,336,127 2004 Hopes And Fears Keane 1,985,348,819 Somewhere Only We Know Keane 1,254,987,613 2005 Demon Days Gorillaz 2,471,041,045 Fix You Coldplay 1,317,466,455 2006 Back To Black Amy Winehouse 3,536,854,108 Chasing Cars Snow Patrol 1,195,775,035 2007 Favourite Worst Nightmare Arctic Monkeys 3,301,763,345 505 Arctic Monkeys 1,389,512,403 2008 Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends Coldplay 2,583,145,146 Viva La Vida Coldplay 1,790,583,558 2009 Lungs Florence + The Machine 2,180,603,739 Little Lion Man Mumford & Sons 663,445,519 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 2010 Tourist History Two Door Cinema Club 1,609,541,812 Rolling in the Deep Adele 1,610,724,202 2011 21 Adele 6,293,919,509 Someone Like You Adele 1,743,188,125 2012 18 Months Calvin Harris 4,178,795,746 Another Love Tom Odell 2,067,146,147 2013 AM Arctic Monkeys 8,095,271,285 Do I Wanna Know? Arctic Monkeys 1,952,063,809 2014 Multiply (x) Ed Sheeran 10,225,174,613 Thinking out Loud Ed Sheeran 2,370,949,325 2015 25 Adele 6,181,824,130 Hello Adele 1,475,204,466 2016 Back From The Edge James Arthur 4,375,341,996 Say You Won't Let Go James Arthur 2,559,441,114 2017 Divide (÷) Ed Sheeran 14,096,713,483 Shape of You Ed Sheeran 3,704,366,081 2018 Speak Your Mind Anne-Marie 5,484,301,790 Someone You Loved Lewis Capaldi 3,085,738,143 2019 Fine Line Harry Styles 8,585,969,751 Watermelon Sugar Harry Styles 2,468,967,142 Year Albums Spotify Streams Tracks Spotify Streams 2020 Future Nostalgia Dua Lipa 11,502,559,561 Heat Waves Glass Animals 2,744,873,924 2021 Equals (=) Ed Sheeran 5,412,941,813 Cold Heart - PNAU Remix Elton John & Dua Lipa 1,766,981,704 2022 Harry's House Harry Styles 6,859,190,986 As It Was Harry Styles 2,850,433,783 2023 Another Friday Night Joel Corry 2,916,618,861 Boy's a Liar Pt. 2 PinkPantheress 731,189,688
  16. #1. Midnight's — 2.964M #2. SOS — 2.962M #3. 1989 (TV) — 2.422M #4. Lover — 1.683M #5. Speak Now (TV) — 1.618M #6. folklore — 1.428M #7. MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO — 1.152M #8. 1989 — 1.142M #9. GUTS — 1.107M #10. reputation — 1.055M ————— #11. Red (TV) — 1.054M SOS is predicted to snatch the year-end #1 thanks to the upcoming deluxe version. And Red TV will surpass reputation next week. This is pretty much the final top 10
  17. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  18. It becomes Michael Jackson's 2nd hit to reach the milestone, joining Billie Jean: Next is Thriller. Talk about 3 really big hits from one album.
  19. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  20. https://www.riaa.com/gold-platinum/?tab_active=default-award&ar=&ti=&lab=&genre=&format=&date_option=certification&from=2023-01-01&to=2023-12-31&award=&type=&category=&adv=SEARCH#search_section
  21. 1. Rema „Calm Down“ 2. Miley Cyrus „Flowers“ 3. Lady Gaga „Bloody Mary“ 4. 2Pac (feat. Big Syke) „All Eyez On Me (Dj Belite Remix)“ 5. Tom Odell „Another Love“ 6. Sam Smith & Kim Petras „Unholy“ 7. Jain „Makeba“ 8. Bebe Rexha, David Guetta „I’m Good (Blue)“ 9. Ayra Starr „Rush“ 10. David Kushner „Daylight“ Any surprises? https://www.google.com/amp/s/stadt-bremerhaven.de/apple-music-die-jahrescharts-2023/amp/
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