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  • thebigham
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    USA Mediabase

    POP:
    -- 27 LADY GAGA Stupid Love 2556 0 +2556 15.569

    +419 Spins
    +419 Bullet
    +2.014 Audience

    HOT AC:
    -- 23 LADY GAGA Stupid Love 1102 0 +1102 7.038

    +229 Spins
    +229 Bullet
    +1.202 Audience

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  • whan
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    I think it is doing really good considering she was not a streaming force before ASIB. And the song is totally different from her recent hits like Shallow or Million reasons.

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  • nympho
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    20 million for the music video!

    29/02

    YouTube:
    #1 Canada (+4)
    #1 United Kingdom (+5)
    #4 United States (+2)
    #5 Australia (=)

    Youtube is counted for charts in those four countries.

    According to Kworb:

    YouTube United States Daily Chart - 2020/02/29
    4 +2 Lady Gaga - Stupid Love 3,610,357 +864,77
    The last figure means it has increased 864k from the previous day, so it had 2,745,582 on 28 Feb and thus the US total is 6.3 million for those two days, or are those 3,610,357 cumulative from 28 and 29 Feb?

    I never check these YouTube charts so I have no clue.

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  • beredy
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    Threat for what?

    Edit: Also I can see a whole new album called Care Package on Deezer, not just two songs.

    Edit 2: Wait, that's old.
    Last edited by beredy; Sun March 1, 2020, 23:30.

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  • spiritboy
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    Drake released two tracks but don't know if they're available on streaming. He's no threat in UK but might be in US.

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  • nympho
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    Worldwide iTunes Song Chart - 2020/03/01
    1 = Lady Gaga - Stupid Love
    3rd day at #1.

    Worldwide Apple Music Song Chart - 2020/03/01
    6 = Lady Gaga - Stupid Love

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  • LOVE+FEAR
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    Originally posted by Shayonce View Post
    Thanks! Now I know why I haven’t found it, because on my mobile it always leads me to the App Store. I guess it only works if you have the app ore use the desktop.

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  • Wayne
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post

    They publish those kind of articles every week with every "battle" for #1 and new entries.
    On the other hand, who will say that? Her haters?
    Was just about to say the same thing.

    Ultimately, they want to drive traffic to their site and interest in their updates - these headlines assist with that. I do think however that beredy is right in that she has no chance - a shame really as The Weeknd has already had his time at the top and a return to #1 would’ve set this era off on the best footing for Gaga.

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  • Shayonce
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    UK Amazon Music
    https://music.amazon.co.uk/popular/b.../popularTracks

    #39 SL

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  • LOVE+FEAR
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    Originally posted by a Star4 View Post


    i mean, i didn't expect it to slay apple music but 47 as a peak position is still seems a little low for me. for example selena reached no 1 on apple music with LYTLM, taylor reached no 1 with "ME", billie reached top 15 with her new single and top 10 with everything i wanted, even dua reached top 30 with "don't start now". it's not that bad, but i think it'll hurt her in billboard, apple music is an important thing for billboard(i hope she'll debut high but it'll be hard).

    how do you think sending the single to the pop& HAC radio will effect it? can it give it a big boost?
    In the UK, Amazon is bigger than Apple:

    “At this rate Amazon could trump Apple for second place in 2020. It has already done so in a number of major music markets, including Germany, the UK and Japan – three of the world’s top four recorded music markets.“

    https://musicindustryblog.wordpress....sic-unlimited/

    Does anybody know where we can see Amazon charts online? Or can somebody check the app in the UK?


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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post

    They publish those kind of articles every week with every "battle" for #1 and new entries.
    On the other hand, who will say that? Her haters?

    Any other person following charts knows how charts work and that new entries usually fall compared to 1st midweeks.
    Well they weren't wrong for Billie.

    And I honestly never read their articles, I only look at raw numbers in the midweeks thread here, so it might be a thing they do and if it is then it's highly dumb. If you haven't posted, bolded and used huge font here I wouldn't have seen this article either

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  • nympho
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    Originally posted by beredy View Post
    Dat article.

    On one hand I can understand OCC wanting to make the charts seem unpredictable and exciting (as opposed to stale and very static like they are) but they well know that based on how it works there's no chance for LG to catch Weeknd. And she's not gonna finish TOP 3 either.

    This will just give ammo with people saying "LG was supposed to finish #1 and she didn't even make it TOP 3 LOL". Highly irresponsible.
    They publish those kind of articles every week with every "battle" for #1 and new entries.
    On the other hand, who will say that? Her haters?

    Any other person following charts knows how charts work and that new entries usually fall compared to 1st midweeks.

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  • beredy
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    Dat article.

    On one hand I can understand OCC wanting to make the charts seem unpredictable and exciting (as opposed to stale and very static like they are) but they well know that based on how it works there's no chance for LG to catch Weeknd. And she's not gonna finish TOP 3 either.

    This will just give ammo with people saying "LG was supposed to finish #1 and she didn't even make it TOP 3 LOL". Highly irresponsible.

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  • nympho
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    Lady Gaga challenging for UK Number 1 single with Stupid Love

    Lady Gaga’s comeback song Stupid Love is battling for the UK’s Official Number 1 this week.

    The lead single from the Oscar winner’s upcoming sixth album (possibly titled Chromatica) is at Number 2 on today’s Official Chart: First Look.

    The Official Chart: First Look, on BBC Radio 1 today between 6pm – 7pm, offers a first glance of the Top 20 ahead of Friday’s Official Singles Chart Top 100. The chart is based on preliminary sales and early streaming reports.

    Stupid Love is just shy of 1,200 chart sales behind the Number 1 spot, currently occupied by The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights after two days of downloads and streams. The Weeknd has the edge on streaming, with Gaga ahead on downloads. Stupid Love is on track to become Lady Gaga’s 13th UK Top 10 single, and first since her chart-topping collaboration Shallow with Bradley Cooper from the A Star Is Born soundtrack.
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...d-love__28914/

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  • Shayonce
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    only if she had physical single release in UK....

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  • beredy
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    Yep, Roses will catch that difference and BL will continue to pull away. No numbers for #4 and #5?

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  • nympho
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    UK midweeks:
    #1 Blinding Lights - 13,530
    #2 Stupid Love - 12,392
    #3 Roses - 10,026

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  • beredy
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    Did they include points this time? If so we can probably calculate if she can hit TOP 5 or not.

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  • nympho
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    #2 on the official UK Sunday midweeks behind the Weeknd.

    I'd be more than happy with a Top 5 debut on Friday. Fingers crossed.

    By the way, not confirmed, but this account usually post legit info:


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  • beredy
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    There's usually at least a day of lag when it comes to streaming points being added to midweek and also only some streaming services get added, not all in these midweek previews. Usually the Tuesday report is what's good for the final chart (unless it's a really close battle, but this won't be).

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  • nympho
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    IMO, after the initial hype and fans streaming/buying it, this song would need A LOT of airplay and exposure for GP to get it… It's an easy pop tune, but not for everybody.

    So I expect it to keep falling from now on, then stabilize and we'll see what happens next…

    Hope she promotes a bit now and don't let all promo to the album release week.

    By the way, BBC Radio 1 is now airing The Official Chart: First Look on Radio 1, which, according to OCC:

    The new show, The Official Chart: First Look, will broadcast between 6pm - 7pm in the historic Sunday slot, providing the earliest possible glance at the Official Singles Chart based on early sales and stream reports - ahead of the regular weekly Friday rundown hosted by Scott Mills.
    So it does include streaming data then?
    We'll find out where she is in these 1st midweeks "officialy" in like 10 minutes.

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post

    I never said I was expecting it to end at #1 on Friday... I meant we'll see how the midweeks look once streaming is added (to see if she's actually #2 behind him, or lower).
    Sorry, I got the wrong impression then. Top 5 would be a great debut if she can pull it. #2 seems also out of reach as The Box is strong and very close to BL, it should also catch up the sales advantage. Roses seems likely to catch up to SL too.

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  • nympho
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    Originally posted by beredy View Post
    She would need much bigger difference though.I'm surprised you out of all people isn't aware that sales advantage is small really (and the sales will slow down after the initial release rush at start, as usual).

    Spotify streams:

    Friday
    BL 535k ~ 3.57k sales
    SL 342k ~ 2.3k sales

    Saturday
    BL 526k ~ 3.5k sales
    SL 260k ~ 1.71k sales

    So these past two days BL has an advantage of 3.06k sales from the streams in the UK. That's only from Spotify, so there's also other stream services where BL is leading too. Other songs will catch up on SL too with streaming.
    I never said I was expecting it to end at #1 on Friday... I meant we'll see how the midweeks look once streaming is added (to see if she's actually #2 behind him, or lower).

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  • beredy
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    Originally posted by nympho View Post
    Apparently, based on sales alone, Gaga is #1 in UK midweeks today with 3,700 sold and Blinding Lights #2 with 900.
    Blinding Lights is #1 on Spotify and AM in UK, though, so probably #1 once streaming is added, but the difference on sales is quite big. so we'll see!
    She would need much bigger difference though.I'm surprised you out of all people isn't aware that sales advantage is small really (and the sales will slow down after the initial release rush at start, as usual).

    Spotify streams:

    Friday
    BL 535k ~ 3.57k sales
    SL 342k ~ 2.3k sales

    Saturday
    BL 526k ~ 3.5k sales
    SL 260k ~ 1.71k sales

    So these past two days BL has an advantage of 3.06k sales from the streams in the UK. That's only from Spotify, so there's also other stream services where BL is leading too. Other songs will catch up on SL too with streaming.

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  • gabrielflorin01
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    Spotify Daily Charts - February 29, 2020

    Global: #16 (-10) Stupid Love - 3,604,833 streams (-634,843)
    US: #8 (-6) Stupid Love - 1,163,635 streams (-363,067)
    UK: #14 (-8) Stupid Love - 260,263 streams (-81,606)
    Argentina: #58 (+9) Stupid Love - 69,253 streams (+14,657)
    Austria: #49 (-1) Stupid Love - 10,774 streams (-1,261)
    Australia: #17 (+12) Stupid Love - 133,179 streams (+22,411)
    Belgium: #49 (-12) Stupid Love - 17,302 streams (-3,233)
    Bulgaria: #11 (-3) Stupid Love - 2,470 streams (-803)
    Bolivia: #171 (+14) Stupid Love - 2,100 streams (+54)
    Brazil: #21 (-16) Stupid Love - 375,236 streams (-100,524)
    Canada: #8 (=) Stupid Love - 162,732 streams (-8,889)
    Switzerland: #39 (-4) Stupid Love - 15,877 streams (-1,819)
    Chile: #140 (-31) Stupid Love - 31,903 streams (-7,218)
    Costa Rica: #77 (-31) Stupid Love - 20,630 streams (+8,469)
    Czech Republic: #13 (-2) Stupid Love - 9,157 streams (-1,910)
    Germany: #75 (-2) Stupid Love - 132,261 streams (-8,555)
    Denmark: #50 (-7) Stupid Love - 20,859 streams (-5,797)
    Dominican Republic: #132 (-31) Stupid Love - 2,389 streams (-90)
    Ecuador: #163 (-8) Stupid Love - 5,298 streams (-77)
    Estonia: #17 (-3) Stupid Love - 1,976 streams (-649)
    Spain: #108 (-50) Stupid Love - 58,605 streams (-28,265)
    Finland: #12 (-4) Stupid Love - 30,933 streams (-6,314)
    France: #85 (-16) Stupid Love - 77,384 streams (-22,281)
    Greece: #22 (-3) Stupid Love - 7,957 streams (-1,521)
    Guatemala: #105 (-30) Stupid Love - 5,898 streams (-963)
    Hong Kong: #7 (+3) Stupid Love - 11,392 streams (+851)
    Honduras: #94 (-27) Stupid Love - 2,552 streams (-271)
    Hungary: #12 (-3) Stupid Love - 9,976 streams (-1,688)
    Ireland: #19 (-9) Stupid Love - 29,200 streams (-7,890)
    Israel: #4 (+19) Stupid Love - 12,160 streams (+3,851)
    India: #165 (NEW) Stupid Love - 23,948 streams
    Iceland: #30 (+5) Stupid Love - 2,152 streams (-99)
    Italy: #50 (+2) Stupid Love - 98,335 streams (-4,972)
    Japan: #145 (NEW) Stupid Love - 18,051 streams
    Lithuania: #12 (-2) Stupid Love - 3,536 streams (-322)
    Latvia: #16 (-1) Stupid Love - 2,440 streams (-376)
    Mexico: #66 (-30) Stupid Love - 202,524 streams (-8,915)
    Malaysia: #59 (+7) Stupid Love - 16,181 streams (+640)
    Nicaragua: #87 (-34) Stupid Love - 1,647 streams (-171)
    Netherlands: #68 (-14) Stupid Love - 51,153 streams (-13,015)
    Norway: #22 (-4) Stupid Love - 43,601 streams (-9,659)
    New Zealand: #40 (+12) Stupid Love - 17,632 streams (+2,346)
    Panama: #91 (-21) Stupid Love - 3,558 streams (-393)
    Peru: #154 (-38) Stupid Love - 14,700 streams (-2,438)
    Philippines: #46 (+4) Stupid Love - 86,309 streams (+6,611)
    Poland: #4 (+19) Stupid Love - 85,022 streams (+32,863)
    Portugal: #45 (-15) Stupid Love - 11,802 streams (-4,091)
    Paraguay: #109 (-29) Stupid Love - 4,601 streams (-155)
    Romania: #25 (-4) Stupid Love - 5,046 streams (-939)
    Sweden: #26 (-7) Stupid Love - 72,939 streams (-18,560)
    Singapore: #36 (+8) Stupid Love - 17,287 streams (-1,190)
    Slovakia: #13 (+1) Stupid Love - 4,753 streams (-756)
    El Salvador: #78 (-19) Stupid Love - 3,897 streams (-183)
    Thailand: #74 (+7) Stupid Love - 13,185 streams (+504)
    Taiwan: #21 (+16) Stupid Love - 21,737 streams (+3,006)
    Uruguay: #91 (-22) Stupid Love - 3,367 streams (-346)
    Vietnam: #41 (-1) Stupid Love - 8,160 streams (-571)
    South Africa: #28 (-6) Stupid Love - 5,314 streams (-770)

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