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  • Album: Oops... I Did It Again
    iTunes:
    #3 Ecuador
    #36 Russia
    #278 United States

    Apple Music:
    #128 Brazil
    #183 Vietnam
    #262 Mexico
    #352 Philippines
    #1064 United Kingdom

    #19 pop albums (USA)

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    • Album: Oops... I Did It Again
      Apple Music:
      #76 Brazil
      #182 Mexico
      #185 Vietnam
      #322 Philippines
      #399 Spain
      #493 Ireland
      #871 United Kingdom
      #1472 United States

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      • “Oops I Did It Again” album is up to #135 on US iTunes and #17 on Pop albums.

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        • lbum: Oops... I Did It Again
          iTunes:
          #5 Ecuador
          #10 Portugal
          #44 Russia
          #135 United States
          #771 United Kingdom

          Apple Music:
          #50 Brazil
          #108 Chile
          #136 Ecuador
          #141 Panama
          #149 Peru
          #164 Mexico
          #181 Guatemala
          #200 Vietnam
          #257 Philippines
          #304 Spain
          #800 United States
          #827 United Kingdom

          Great to see It rising on Apple Music too.

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          • Album: Oops... I Did It Again
            iTunes:
            #7 Ecuador
            #116 United States

            Apple Music:
            #36 Brazil
            #42 El Salvador
            #76 Peru
            #86 Ecuador
            #111 Mexico
            #136 Guatemala
            #184 Panama
            #221 Philippines
            #240 Spain
            #431 Indonesia
            #708 United States
            #833 United Kingdom

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            • "Oops!...I Did It Again (Album)" received +469,287 plays yesterday (Up 19.7% with album tracks doubled.)

              "Gimme More" reaches new peak in daily streams with 126,016 plays.

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              • “Gimme More” has been non-stop increasing. I still remember when it was stalled at 50m-60m on Spotify not that long ago. Well deserved.

                as for “Criminal” it’s still getting +100K daily updates on Youtube

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                • Originally posted by MrLeonix View Post
                  “Gimme More” has been non-stop increasing. I still remember when it was stalled at 50m-60m on Spotify not that long ago. Well deserved.

                  as for “Criminal” it’s still getting +100K daily updates on Youtube
                  Indeed. This time last year "Gimme More" was barely pulling 70k streams a day, so this is great to see.

                  Spotify 05/17
                  Toxic - 376,361
                  Oops!...I Did it Again - 281,442
                  ...Baby One More Time - 270,729
                  Womanizer - 185,034
                  Scream & Shout - 172,927
                  Gimme More - 126,016
                  Work Bitch - 101,822
                  Criminal - 94,605
                  Circus - 88,547
                  If U Seek Amy - 69,567

                  Great updates all around.

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                  • "Oops! ... I Did It Again" did over 190k views on YouTube yesterday.
                    2020/05/16 196,844

                    It almost surpassed its biggest day of 206k.
                    Last edited by Artsy; Mon May 18, 2020, 01:45.
                    Britney - Poppy - Mariah - Lana - Gaga - Bjork

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                    • britneyliam It wouldn't let me reply to your comment, so posting this here.
                      The 2.6 b or 3.7 b figure must be a typo!last 12 months 169 million streams from youtube united states.
                      about 200 million streams for 16 months!

                      Her spotify gained about 700 million worldwide. we know the markets share. about 1.1 billion audio worldwide

                      How could she get 1.1 billion u.s. on-demand streams in 16 months
                      Last edited by britneyliam; Today, 14:20.
                      It's clearly not a typo. Her catalog is just that massive. Also, her Spotify streams have increased by 1.2 billion since January 2019. Not sure where you're getting the 700 million figure from. Let's say around 40% comes from the US, that's nearly 500 million from Spotify alone. Add 200-250 million or so from YouTube, that's ~700 million. The rest clearly comes from other platforms like Apple Music.

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                    • Most viewed female music videos published before 2010 (According to Kworb)

                      #1 Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
                      #2 Taylor Swift - You Belong With Me
                      #3 Beyoncé - Halo
                      #4 Katy Perry - Hot N Cold
                      #5 Cyndi Lauper - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
                      #6 Shakira - Hips Don't Lie
                      #7 Beyoncé - Single Ladies
                      #8 Miley Cyrus - Party In The U.S.A
                      #9 Lady Gaga - Poker Face
                      #10 Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart
                      #11 Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You
                      #12 Rihanna - Umbrella
                      #13 Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
                      #14 Shakira - Whenever, Wherever
                      #15 Rihanna - Don't Stop The Music
                      #16 Ke$ha - Tik Tok
                      #17 Taylor Swift - Love Story
                      #18 Shakira - La Tortura
                      #19 Avril Lavigne - Girlfriend
                      #20 Alicia Keys - No One
                      #21 Britney Spears - ...Baby One More Time (+2)
                      #22 Toni Braxton - Un-Break My Heart (-1)
                      #23 Rihanna - Take A Bow (-1)
                      #24 Nelly Furtado - Say It Right
                      #25 Beyoncé - Crazy In Love

                      * Not considering bands with both men and women or videos that the main singer is not a woman
                      Last edited by Artsy; Mon May 18, 2020, 21:30.
                      Britney - Poppy - Mariah - Lana - Gaga - Bjork

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                      • Oops has sold 492k copies, 737k sps
                        https://twitter.com/officialcharts/s...543702528?s=21

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                        • They said that Oops has sold 492k in pure sales and that it has 28,1M UK streams... isn’t that supposed to be 773k SPS? Probably a typo... Anyways they updated Oops streams like last week and they reported 28M streams so it’s selling 1k copies per week approximately? They could’ve posted more about her streaming numbers tho...
                          Last edited by Enzolorenzo; Tue May 19, 2020, 15:08.

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                          • Originally posted by Enzolorenzo View Post
                            They said that Oops has sold 492k in pure sales and that it has 28,1M UK streams... isn’t that supposed to be 773k SPS? Probably a typo... Anyways they updated Oops streams like last week and they reported 28M streams so it’s selling 1k copies per week approximately? They could’ve posted more about her streaming numbers tho...
                            I think the 737k was a typo, too. It’s a pity they don’t reply if they get asked these things...

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                            • it's not a typo, I have asked Liam.k. from buzzjack about that and he said:

                              It's not a typo, as I said on the other page you can't just divide total streams by 100 like you used to. There's different ratios depending on whether the streams are premium or free service.
                              Last FM <3
                              Instagram

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                              • I wish every country would take notes from the RIAA and count every stream equally. The UK charts have so many weird ratios and rules it’s hard to keep up.

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                                • Rolling Stone Top 500 Artists (ranked by audio streams in the US):

                                  "Oops!...I Did It Again" was her most streamed song last week.

                                  Week 05/08 - 8.1 million streams (#266)
                                  Week 05/01 - 8.0 million streams (#265)
                                  Week 04/24 - 7.4 million streams (#272)
                                  Week 04/17 - 7.6 million streams (#263)
                                  Week 04/10 - 7.3 million streams (#257)
                                  Week 04/03 - 7.4 million streams (#270)
                                  Week 03/27 - 7.2 million streams (#266)
                                  Week 03/20 - 7.0 million streams (#270)
                                  Week 03/13 - 7.5 million streams (#250)
                                  Week 03/06 - 7.6 million streams (#274)
                                  Week 02/28 - 7.7 million streams (#280)
                                  Week 02/21 - 7.9 million streams (#267)
                                  Week 02/14 - 7.8 million streams (#275)
                                  Week 02/07 - 7.8 million streams (#274)
                                  Week 01/31 - 7.7 million streams (#275)
                                  Week 01/24 - 7.2 million streams (#287)
                                  Week 01/17 - 7.0 million streams (#291)
                                  Week 01/10 - 6.8 million streams (#294)
                                  Week 01/03 - 6.8 million streams (#298)
                                  Week 12/27 - 6.6 million streams (#287)
                                  Week 12/20 - 8.7 million streams (#248)
                                  Week 12/13 - 8.4 million streams (#259)
                                  Week 12/06 - 8.1 million streams (#273)
                                  Week 11/29 - 7.4 million streams (#274)
                                  Week 11/22 - 7.0 million streams (#286)
                                  Week 11/15 - 6.8 million streams (#297)
                                  Week 11/08 - 6.9 million streams (#289)
                                  Week 11/01 - 7.1 million streams (#279)
                                  Week 10/25 - 7.1 million streams (#280)
                                  Week 10/18 - 6.2 million streams (#297)
                                  Week 10/11 - 6.8 million streams (#292)
                                  Week 10/04 - 6.6 million streams (#301)
                                  Week 09/27 - 6.9 million streams (#282)
                                  Week 09/20 - 7.0 million streams (#289)
                                  Week 09/13 - 6.8 million streams (#289)
                                  Week 09/06 - 6.5 million streams (#289)
                                  Week 08/30 - 6.5 million streams (#298)
                                  Week 08/23 - 6.8 million streams (#293)
                                  Week 08/16 - 6.6 million streams (#285)
                                  Week 08/09 - 7.1 million streams (#280)
                                  Week 08/02 - 7.0 million streams (#279)
                                  Week 07/26 - 6.9 million streams (#291)
                                  Week 07/19 - 6.8 million streams (#297)
                                  Week 07/12 - 6.7 million streams (#293)
                                  Week 07/05 - 6.3 million streams (#300)
                                  Week 06/28 - 6.7 million streams (#298)
                                  Week 06/21 - 6.8 million streams (#295)

                                  Total: 336,9 million audio streams in the US since June 21, 2019.

                                  Her weekly audio streams are now in the 8 million range which is great. Just earlier this year they were still in the 6 million range. She keeps growing.

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                                  • Britney Spears' Career Sales & Streams, In Honor of 20 Years of 'Oops!...I Did It Again': Ask Billboard Mailbag


                                    The set was released on May 16, 2000.

                                    May 2000 was big for pop culture, as that month also brought us the premiere of Survivor, on May 31.

                                    Let's recap the U.S. sales of all 15 Spears albums that have hit the Billboard 200 chart, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data:

                                    10.7 million, …Baby One More Time / 9.2 million, Oops…I Did It Again / 4.4 million, Britney / 3 million, In the Zone / 1.7 million, Circus

                                    1.6 million, Greatest Hits: My Prerogative / 1 million, Blackout / 805,000, Femme Fatale / 280,000, Britney Jean / 268,000, The Singles Collection

                                    170,000, Playlist: The Very Best of Britney Spears / 157,000, Glory / 138,000, B in the Mix: The Remixes / 60,000, The Essential Britney Spears / 30,000, B in the Mix: The Remixes: Vol. 2

                                    Spears has sold 33.8 million albums in the U.S. to date.

                                    As for her most-streamed songs (on-demand audio and video combined) in the U.S.? Here are her top five:

                                    448 million, "Toxic" / 285 million, "…Baby One More Time" / 240 million, "Oops! I Did It Again" / 212 million, "Circus" / 202 million, "Womanizer"

                                    Spears' songs overall have drawn 3.7 billion on-demand U.S. streams. Plus, her radio reach stands at 25.9 billion in cumulative airplay audience.

                                    Oops! I Did It Again held the record for 15 years for the biggest sales week ever for an album by a female artist, as it debuted atop the June 3, 2000-dated Billboard 200 with 1,319,000 copies sold in its first week. Adele's 25 broke the mark, among all albums, when it launched with 3,338,000 sold on charts dated Dec. 12, 2015. To date, Oops' opening frame ranks as the seventh-biggest sales week for an album (and remains second, below 25, among sets by women) since Nielsen Music/MRC Data began tracking U.S. sales in 1991.

                                    Geoff Mayfield recapped Oops' arrival in the June 3, 2000, Billboard issue, highlighting numerous achievements that the set earned that week:

                                    Meanwhile, Billboard reviewed the album in the May 20, 2000, issue. The title track went on to hit No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, "Lucky" reached No. 23 and "Stronger" climbed to No. 11, while "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know," as shouted out below, became a global hit, and has drawn 8.8 million on-demand U.S. streams to date.

                                    The review read, "How does a teen phenomenon follow a trend-setting debut that's sold 9-plus million copies in the U.S. alone? With a little more of the same, while also mining new ground that leaves the listener pleasantly intrigued. Oops percolates with a carefully measured blend of familiar pop/funk, R&B and power-balladry.

                                    "Spears may not be a vocal acrobat à la colleagues Jessica Simpson and Christina Aguilera, but she does have an instantly recognizable style, and Oops indicates that she's developing a soulful edge and emotional depth that can't be conjured with a glass-shattering note. This is particularly apparent on the hit-worthy, Shania Twain-[co-]penned ballad 'Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know.'

                                    "As she evolves, Spears is wisely sticking with age-appropriate material that her teen constituency can bond with. And, unlike several of the key songs on her breakthrough debut, ...Baby One More Time, Oops consistently casts Spears as a young woman coming to terms with her inner power, and that's a darn good message to offer an impressionable audience."

                                    © 2020 Billboard. All Rights Reserved.

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                                    • ^ Already posted.

                                      Why is it so hard for people to read the thread before posting?

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                                      • There's 0 need to be rude

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                                        • No one is being rude, but in a forum that is dedicated to chart sales it’s only logical to check the dates of articles before posting..
                                          we will rise to meet the challenge every time

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                                          • Britney Spears ft. Madonna – Me Against The Music
                                            Released: 2003
                                            Official Chart peak: 2
                                            Chart sales: 184,000

                                            A collaboration that few saw coming, as Madonna had previously said in interviews that feature slots were not her bag. However, after Madonna and Britney got hot and heavy at the 2003 MTV Awards, it was only a matter of time before the two recorded together.

                                            Britney played the megastar her finished version of Me Against The Music – lead single from fourth album In The Zone – and Madge thought there was something missing. Herself, basically. Madonna’s magic did the trick – it was a 12th Top 10 hit for Britney, peaking at Number 2. And the song that held it off the top spot? Crashed The Wedding by Busted. Four years later Madonna would team up Britney’s former squeeze Justin Timberlake on 4 Minutes – and that did get to Number 1.



                                            https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-chart__29839/

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                                            • Originally posted by LostAvenger View Post
                                              Britney Spears ft. Madonna – Me Against The Music
                                              Released: 2003
                                              Official Chart peak: 2
                                              Chart sales: 184,000

                                              A collaboration that few saw coming, as Madonna had previously said in interviews that feature slots were not her bag. However, after Madonna and Britney got hot and heavy at the 2003 MTV Awards, it was only a matter of time before the two recorded together.

                                              Britney played the megastar her finished version of Me Against The Music – lead single from fourth album In The Zone – and Madge thought there was something missing. Herself, basically. Madonna’s magic did the trick – it was a 12th Top 10 hit for Britney, peaking at Number 2. And the song that held it off the top spot? Crashed The Wedding by Busted. Four years later Madonna would team up Britney’s former squeeze Justin Timberlake on 4 Minutes – and that did get to Number 1.

                                              https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-chart__29839/
                                              Lol at the UK charts company, This is not how the story went (Madonna never proposed herself to be on the song) but that's irrelevant to this thread anyway.

                                              Back to numbers, 184,000 units is actualy way higher than I had estimated (my personal EST was at 155,000 - 160,000 units). Maybe this could reach a Silver cert in a couple years after all.

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                                              • less than 2.5m of streams to MATM get Silver. We should do some campaign or something....

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