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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    According to that Twitter account these are the most streamed 2000s singles on Spotify by Female Artists

    2000s Songs by Female Artists

    1. Beyoncé - Halo (2009) - 524,882,191 (+483,168)
    2. Shakira - Hips Don't Lie (2006) - 374,214,202 (+446,773)
    3. Adele - Make You Feel My Love (2008) - 340,855,989 (+307,579)
    4. Beyoncé - Crazy In Love (2003) - 327,420,439 (+295,486)
    5. Miley Cyrus - Party In The USA (2009) - 295,178,002 (+418,774)
    6. Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You (2004) - 267,559,198 (+261,938)
    7. Kesha - Tik Tok (2009) - 263,510,889 (+274,790)
    8. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (2009) - 254,090,059 (+220,870)
    9. Lady Gaga - Poker Face (2008) - 252,705,740 (+252,312)
    10. Rihanna - Umbrella (2007) - 248,525,995 (+415,431)
    11. Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love (2007) - 245,195, 558 (+302,613)
    12. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (2007) - 243,456,238 (+231,539)
    13. Britney Spears - Toxic (2004) - 240,629,293 (+321,014)
    14. Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (2003) - 229,268,971 (+214,063)
    15. Vanessa Carlton - A Thousand Miles (2002) - 226,565,889 (+238,559)
    16. Alicia Keys - No One (2007) - 212,406,709 (+259,348)
    17. Beyoncé - Irreplaceable (2006) - 208,871,627 (+227,231)
    18. Beyoncé - Single Ladies (2008) - 204,421,002 (+166,448)
    19. Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl (2005) - 197,581,346 (+186,795)
    20. Avril Lavigne - Complicated (2002) - 186,675,459 (+214,207)
    21. Kelly Clarkson - Because Of You (2005) - 186,345,483 (+188,417)
    22. Amy Winehouse - Rehab (2006) - 165,580,292 (+150,167)
    23. Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone (2004) - 164,425,280 (+197,941)
    24. Katy Perry - I Kissed A Girl (2008) - 157,220,630 (+189,906)
    25. Britney Spears - Oops I Did It Again (2000) - 156,661,089 (+226,364)

    *I removed Usher & Alicia Keys' "My Boo" . . . That doesn't qualify as a female song.

    - "Toxic" is the second most streamed female song of 2004 (behind Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You").

    - "Oops I Did It Again" is the most streamed female song of 2000.

    - "Oops I Did It Again" is overtaking "I Kissed A Girl" soon.

    - "Toxic" got the 5th biggest daily update of the group.

    - "Oops I Did It Again" got a bigger daily update than all tracks between #18 and #24

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    I wish we had a Top 40.
    "Oops!... I Did It Again" is becoming so huge on Spotify It's basically the oldest song on this list yet it's getting more streams than more recent hits like "Single Ladies", "Bad Romance", "Since U Been Gone", "Bring Me To Life", etc.

    I remember a few years back "Oops" seemed so forgotten. It was basically tanking on every streaming platform and now it seems like people are embracing the song again.

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  • Guvanah
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    Britney's total weeks in official charts:

    França - 632
    Suíça - 612
    Suécia - 578
    US - 515
    Bélgica - 495
    UK - 463
    Austria - 451
    Alemanha - 440
    Austrália - 398
    Holanda - 398
    Escócia - 384
    Irlanda - 351
    Canadá - 320
    Nova Zelândia - 311
    Dinamarca - 276
    Noruega - 257
    Italia - 226
    Finlândia - 207
    Espanha - 190

    Total: 7.504

    Missing any?

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  • MrLeonix
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    According to that Twitter account these are the most streamed 2000s singles on Spotify by Female Artists

    2000s Songs by Female Artists

    1. Beyoncé - Halo (2009) - 524,882,191 (+483,168)
    2. Shakira - Hips Don't Lie (2006) - 374,214,202 (+446,773)
    3. Adele - Make You Feel My Love (2008) - 340,855,989 (+307,579)
    4. Beyoncé - Crazy In Love (2003) - 327,420,439 (+295,486)
    5. Miley Cyrus - Party In The USA (2009) - 295,178,002 (+418,774)
    6. Alicia Keys - If I Ain't Got You (2004) - 267,559,198 (+261,938)
    7. Kesha - Tik Tok (2009) - 263,510,889 (+274,790)
    8. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (2009) - 254,090,059 (+220,870)
    9. Lady Gaga - Poker Face (2008) - 252,705,740 (+252,312)
    10. Rihanna - Umbrella (2007) - 248,525,995 (+415,431)
    11. Leona Lewis - Bleeding Love (2007) - 245,195, 558 (+302,613)
    12. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (2007) - 243,456,238 (+231,539)
    13. Britney Spears - Toxic (2004) - 240,629,293 (+321,014)
    14. Evanescence - Bring Me To Life (2003) - 229,268,971 (+214,063)
    15. Vanessa Carlton - A Thousand Miles (2002) - 226,565,889 (+238,559)
    16. Alicia Keys - No One (2007) - 212,406,709 (+259,348)
    17. Beyoncé - Irreplaceable (2006) - 208,871,627 (+227,231)
    18. Beyoncé - Single Ladies (2008) - 204,421,002 (+166,448)
    19. Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl (2005) - 197,581,346 (+186,795)
    20. Avril Lavigne - Complicated (2002) - 186,675,459 (+214,207)
    21. Kelly Clarkson - Because Of You (2005) - 186,345,483 (+188,417)
    22. Amy Winehouse - Rehab (2006) - 165,580,292 (+150,167)
    23. Kelly Clarkson - Since U Been Gone (2004) - 164,425,280 (+197,941)
    24. Katy Perry - I Kissed A Girl (2008) - 157,220,630 (+189,906)
    25. Britney Spears - Oops I Did It Again (2000) - 156,661,089 (+226,364)

    *I removed Usher & Alicia Keys' "My Boo" . . . That doesn't qualify as a female song.

    - "Toxic" is the second most streamed female song of 2004 (behind Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You").

    - "Oops I Did It Again" is the most streamed female song of 2000.

    - "Oops I Did It Again" is overtaking "I Kissed A Girl" soon.

    - "Toxic" got the 5th biggest daily update of the group.

    - "Oops I Did It Again" got a bigger daily update than all tracks between #18 and #24

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    I wish we had a Top 40.

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  • Artsy
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    Re: Britney Spears :: Charts & Sales History

    My Only Wish (This Year) started growing on streams already.

    Oct 31 +31,130 plays
    Nov 1 +53,942 plays (+73,27%)
    Nov 2 +63,012 plays (+16,81%)
    Nov 3 +64,469 plays (+2,31%)

    Source: https://twitter.com/britneyxspotify

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  • Artsy
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    Originally posted by Britneysdream
    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Vinyl

    20 years ago, Britney Spears’ debut …Baby One More Time shot to the top of the charts, selling more than 32 million copies around the world. Now, the album that made her a pop icon is available for the first time as a picture disc, featuring all your favorite hit songs (“…Baby One More Time,” “Sometimes,” “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” “Born To Make You Happy”) with original album imagery of Britney on each side of vinyl.
    Source: https://store.britneyspears.com/product ... old-bundle
    How’s that possible? Streams?
    probably TEA + SEA

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by Britneysdream
    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Vinyl

    20 years ago, Britney Spears’ debut …Baby One More Time shot to the top of the charts, selling more than 32 million copies around the world. Now, the album that made her a pop icon is available for the first time as a picture disc, featuring all your favorite hit songs (“…Baby One More Time,” “Sometimes,” “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” “Born To Make You Happy”) with original album imagery of Britney on each side of vinyl.
    Source: https://store.britneyspears.com/product ... old-bundle
    How’s that possible? Streams?
    I don't know, based on my own estimates the album is around 24m (pure sales), but I thought it'd be interesting to post this 32 million number as it comes from an official site.

    MJD do have BOMT at 31m CSPC units though (as of 9 months ago).

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  • Wayne
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    Re: Britney Spears :: Charts & Sales History

    ^ it’s not, even with streaming.

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  • Britneysdream
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Vinyl

    20 years ago, Britney Spears’ debut …Baby One More Time shot to the top of the charts, selling more than 32 million copies around the world. Now, the album that made her a pop icon is available for the first time as a picture disc, featuring all your favorite hit songs (“…Baby One More Time,” “Sometimes,” “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” “Born To Make You Happy”) with original album imagery of Britney on each side of vinyl.
    Source: https://store.britneyspears.com/product ... old-bundle
    How’s that possible? Streams?

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  • MrLeonix
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    Vinyl

    20 years ago, Britney Spears’ debut …Baby One More Time shot to the top of the charts, selling more than 32 million copies around the world. Now, the album that made her a pop icon is available for the first time as a picture disc, featuring all your favorite hit songs (“…Baby One More Time,” “Sometimes,” “(You Drive Me) Crazy,” “Born To Make You Happy”) with original album imagery of Britney on each side of vinyl.
    Source: https://store.britneyspears.com/product ... old-bundle

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by brady47
    Yes, but in bigger markets like the UK, Austria, Switzerland it just did average. UK was probably below average to be honest

    I'm not saying it wasn't a hit, it definitely was, but it's not a European smash the way I think "Everytime", "Lucky", "Womanizer", "Toxic" , "Baby One More Time" and "Oops I Did It Again" were
    Actually, In the UK "(You Drive Me) Crazy" is in fact one of Britney's 10 biggest singles of her career. As of 2013 it was listed as Britney's 9th biggest single in UK by the UK charts company

    1. Baby One More Time
    2. Scream & Shout
    3. Oops I Did It Again
    4. Sometimes
    5. Womanizer
    6. Toxic
    7. Everytime
    8. Born To Make You Happy
    9. (You Drive Me) Crazy
    10. Piece Of Me
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart-ne ... led__3586/

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    Britney has released almost 40 singles in the UK, so it doesn't look to me like "(You Drive Me) Crazy" is "below the average".

    Originally posted by brady47
    Yes!! Everytime's performance surprised me, I'm happy it was such a big hit for her in Europe!

    It did better in Austria & Germany, and was on par in Switzerland.
    Not only in Austria and Germany

    "Everytime" did better than "Toxic" in: Austria, Belgium Flanders, Denmark, Germany, Ireland and Sweden

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  • brady47
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    Originally posted by Canadaniel
    Not sure if it was already mention but “Scream & Shout” was certificate with triple platinum in Germany this year

    In 2013 “Everytime” and “Greatest Hits: My Prerogative” received the gold certification, almost ten years after their release In Germany “Everytime” was a bigger hit than “Toxic” and that hasn’t received a certification yet.
    Yes!! Everytime's performance surprised me, I'm happy it was such a big hit for her in Europe!

    It did better in Austria & Germany, and was on par in Switzerland.

    It had more longevity in the UK, but Toxic was a bigger hit overall I think based on the year end chart.

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  • brady47
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    Originally posted by Instinct
    "(You Drive Me) Crazy" was definitely a big hit in Europe. It did wonders in France, where it spent five weeks at #2 and sold 457,000 pure copies according to MJD. You have to keep it in mind that it smashed in late 1999/early 2000, so the Year-End charts were split in two years. Weirdly enough, it was the least popular hit off her debut album in the UK, but it still did around 300k pure sales which is great.

    Sales in Europe

    France - 457,000
    Germany - 315,000
    United Kingdom - 310,000
    Belgium - 50,000+
    Sweden - 50,000
    Netherlands - 50,000
    Italy - 23,000

    Total: 1,545,000+
    Oh okay, I guess I was neglecting some European countries.

    How is the European Hot 100 calculated? Are all European countries weighted equally or do they get weighted based on market size (i.e. UK would have more weight than Austria or Switzerland)

    I ask because there's some very unconventional #1s in Europe

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  • brady47
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Originally posted by brady47
    Also, I never understood how high "You Drive Me Crazy" is on the European Hot 100 (#10 on 1999 year end)

    It just did above average in Europe but it wasn't a smash - it hit around top 40 on most of the European year end charts, so going top 10 on the 1999 year end chart seems like such a stretch
    I don't think it was that "average" in Europe, "Crazy" smashed in France (5 weeks at #2 and 9 weeks inside Top 5)

    France:
    08-03-02-02-02-02-02-03-04-05-08-09-13-17-18-26-30-36-40-47-60-68-70-100-OUT (24 weeks)
    The song also spent 11 weeks inside Top 5 in Belgium Wallonia, and smashed in a similar way in other European markets, some examples bellow:

    Belgium:
    [quote:9cgw137l]>>> Flanders: 25-08-04-03-03-05-05-05-05-05-08-15-22-25-24-26-38-48-38-48-OUT (20 weeks)
    >>> Wallonia: 20-08-03-02-01-01-03-03-03-03-03-04-05-06-07-10-11-13-19-23-37-//-39-OUT (22 weeks)

    Netherlands:
    10-02-02-02-03-04-07-11-13-17-17-18-22-32-40-40-43-57-76-OUT (19 weeks)
    Norway:
    18-05-03-04-02-02-02-02-04-03-03-06-07-09-09-12-17-OUT (17 weeks)
    [/quote:9cgw137l]

    Yes, but in bigger markets like the UK, Austria, Switzerland it just did average. UK was probably below average to be honest

    I'm not saying it wasn't a hit, it definitely was, but it's not a European smash the way I think "Everytime", "Lucky", "Womanizer", "Toxic" , "Baby One More Time" and "Oops I Did It Again" were

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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by matheusbelmont
    Britney Spears
    Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
    Hollywood, Fla.
    29-Jul-2018
    $1,870,943
    9,653 /9,783
    1 / 0
    $193.82
    Live Nation

    Billboard must be kidding me
    Not them claiming she only did one show in Florida when in fact she did three. Tragic. What's the point of this?

    Thankfully we've known the real boxscore for months now.

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  • belmont
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    Re: Britney Spears :: Charts & Sales History

    Britney Spears
    Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
    Hollywood, Fla.
    29-Jul-2018
    $1,870,943
    9,653 /9,783
    1 / 0
    $193.82
    Live Nation

    Billboard must be kidding me

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  • Canadaniel
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    Not sure if it was already mention but “Scream & Shout” was certificate with triple platinum in Germany this year

    In 2013 “Everytime” and “Greatest Hits: My Prerogative” received the gold certification, almost ten years after their release In Germany “Everytime” was a bigger hit than “Toxic” and that hasn’t received a certification yet.

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  • Instinct
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    "(You Drive Me) Crazy" was definitely a big hit in Europe. It did wonders in France, where it spent five weeks at #2 and sold 457,000 pure copies according to MJD. You have to keep it in mind that it smashed in late 1999/early 2000, so the Year-End charts were split in two years. Weirdly enough, it was the least popular hit off her debut album in the UK, but it still did around 300k pure sales which is great.

    Sales in Europe

    France - 457,000
    Germany - 315,000
    United Kingdom - 310,000
    Belgium - 50,000+
    Sweden - 50,000
    Netherlands - 50,000
    Italy - 23,000

    Total: 1,545,000+

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by brady47
    Also, I never understood how high "You Drive Me Crazy" is on the European Hot 100 (#10 on 1999 year end)

    It just did above average in Europe but it wasn't a smash - it hit around top 40 on most of the European year end charts, so going top 10 on the 1999 year end chart seems like such a stretch
    I don't think it was that "average" in Europe, "Crazy" smashed in France (5 weeks at #2 and 9 weeks inside Top 5)

    France:
    08-03-02-02-02-02-02-03-04-05-08-09-13-17-18-26-30-36-40-47-60-68-70-100-OUT (24 weeks)
    The song also spent 11 weeks inside Top 5 in Belgium Wallonia, and smashed in a similar way in other European markets, some examples bellow:

    Belgium:
    >>> Flanders: 25-08-04-03-03-05-05-05-05-05-08-15-22-25-24-26-38-48-38-48-OUT (20 weeks)
    >>> Wallonia: 20-08-03-02-01-01-03-03-03-03-03-04-05-06-07-10-11-13-19-23-37-//-39-OUT (22 weeks)

    Netherlands:
    10-02-02-02-03-04-07-11-13-17-17-18-22-32-40-40-43-57-76-OUT (19 weeks)
    Norway:
    18-05-03-04-02-02-02-02-04-03-03-06-07-09-09-12-17-OUT (17 weeks)

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  • brady47
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    Everytime: #2 (2 weeks) /12 weeks Top 10/18 weeks Top 20/27 wks
    (?/?/2004): 13-8-9-9-12-3-4-2-2-6-4-9-16-22-28-33-40-41-5-5-17-18-18-41-63-70-89

    Anybody know what caused "Everytime" to go from Top 50 to Top 5 on the European Hot 100 well after it's chart run?

    It re-entered the top 5 on October 3, 2004.

    Also, I never understood how high "You Drive Me Crazy" is on the European Hot 100 (#10 on 1999 year end)

    It just did above average in Europe but it wasn't a smash - it hit around top 40 on most of the European year end charts, so going top 10 on the 1999 year end chart seems like such a stretch

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  • Britneysdream
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    I am hoping that her next single does well on Spotify, she isn’t too bad on Spotify streaming wise

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  • Choley
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    Do you guys know how many units shipped worldwide for GH:MP,BJ and Glory?

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  • Artsy
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    Britney just surpassed 12 million monthly listeners on Spotify, that's a great number, she's growing fast

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  • Artsy
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Originally posted by Artsy
    Blackout currently has 178,030,797 plays in total while Britney has 135,593,817, being her least streamed album.
    "Blackout" is indeed increasing quite fast, it was at 172million just a month ago.

    About "Britney" did it decrease in streams? . . it was at 145,178,352 as of September 22, 2018
    I probably got the number wrong then

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by Artsy
    Blackout currently has 178,030,797 plays in total while Britney has 135,593,817, being her least streamed album.
    "Blackout" is indeed increasing quite fast, it was at 172million just a month ago.

    About "Britney" did it decrease in streams? . . it was at 145,178,352 as of September 22, 2018

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  • Artsy
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Originally posted by Instinct
    Originally posted by Artsy
    Britney Jean now has over 200 million streams. It's her 7th album to reach that mark.
    This will end up being her least streamed album at some point. Britney and Blackout are rising fast.
    Cool. What are "Blackout" and "Britney" current streaming numbers?
    Blackout currently has 178,030,797 plays in total while Britney has 135,593,817, being her least streamed album.

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