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  • Originally posted by Instinct View Post

    Looks like Stronger is sitting comfortably in the 100K+ club now. It's not just a Friday thing anymore. The song's playlist reach is only 7.5M though, so it might be time to add it to new playlists.
    She has daily +100K updates on Spotify for songs from 3 different decades.

    And at this point 8 out of her 9 studio albums have at least one +100K daily song.
    Last edited by MrLeonix; Wed July 21, 2021, 18:24.
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      • Does anyone have an idea what Glory’s strongest streaming track is?
        we will rise to meet the challenge every time

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        • Originally posted by -Jay- View Post
          Britney's Top 10 singles sales in the UK, recently aired on MTV - thank you to Seinfeld on BuzzJack for sharing this:

          01. …Baby One More Time - 1,900,000
          02. Scream & Shout - 1,158,500
          03. Toxic - 1,067,500
          04. Oops!... I Did It Again - 828,000
          05. Womanizer - 725,500
          06. Sometimes - 552,500
          07. Everytime - 521,500
          08. Gimme More - 454,000
          09. Born To Make You Happy - 406,500
          10. (You Drive Me) Crazy - 388,500
          Amazing numbers I want sometimes platinum so much wonder when it’ll happen….
          gimme more was certified gold in December 2020 Which means it sold over 50,000 copies just in the first half of 2021 that’s huge!! My trinity are slaying (sometimes, toxic and gimme)

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          • Originally posted by And then we kiss View Post

            Amazing numbers I want sometimes platinum so much wonder when it’ll happen….
            gimme more was certified gold in December 2020 Which means it sold over 50,000 copies just in the first half of 2021 that’s huge!! My trinity are slaying (sometimes, toxic and gimme)
            18 months ago it had 516k, so the average its 2k per month

            will take probably two years to Sometimes become platinum

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              • Originally posted by pedrolabre View Post
                So ... Circus era should be:

                - Circus (Album) - 3x Platinum
                - Womanizer - 5x Platinum
                - Circus - 4x Platinum
                - If U Seek Amy - 2x Platinum

                #1 album, #1 single, one of the biggest tours of the 2000s decade.

                Album heading to 600million streams, two +200K daily songs on Spotify.

                —-

                Not bad for a 6th studio album released 10 years into your career.
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                • Circus is also pulling 100K+ updates with its three main singles. That's honestly pretty impressive.





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                  • ^ its a shame Circus had Radar as fourth single and 3 was lead from a compilation and not a reissue

                    that Era had huge potential, she could have her first hit ballad after Everytime in 2009 with Out From Under or Unusual You and be much more succesfull with minimum effort

                    Radar could easily be released in may with another animated video, then Womanizer in October like it was

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                    • “Toxic” is the definition of an impactful and truly successful song.

                      Back in 2004, don’t get me wrong the song was huge and was pretty much the biggest global female hit of that year, but I remember the song didn’t hit #1 in most markets, it was Top 5 / Top 10 mostly everywhere.

                      But today, that song is miles bigger than #1 smashes from the time. It’s eligible to 6x Platinum in USA, it surpassed 1 million units in the UK, it has over 600 million streams on Spotify and it pulls +500K daily updates on the same platform basically making it the Top female song of the year and one of the biggest songs from the 2000s decade.

                      There are many songs from those times 2003-2005 that were like #1 smashes that can’t compare to “Toxic” today.
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                      • Originally posted by MrLeonix View Post
                        “Toxic” is the definition of an impactful and truly successful song.

                        Back in 2004, don’t get me wrong the song was huge and was pretty much the biggest global female hit of that year, but I remember the song didn’t hit #1 in most markets, it was Top 5 / Top 10 mostly everywhere.


                        There are many songs from those times 2003-2005 that were like #1 smashes that can’t compare to “Toxic” today.
                        The thing that bothers alot of fans is the “low” (not low at all) position toxic got in billboard but yet toxic did perfect in the world
                        (Topped the chart in 10 countries!) …back then it was pretty rare to be #1 in every country, in every genre, for example in 2004 the only song that topped every country was yeah(yet Britney had some) until 2007 a lot of songs had the top 10 peaks and they were considered a huge hits like everytime and slave, while chart topper like bomt was pretty rare…

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                          • The song has crossed 5 million total streams

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                              • UK

                                57 (51) 33 The Singles Collection

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                                • Ireland

                                  #39 (-3) The Singles Collection
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                                      • Originally posted by pedrolabre View Post
                                        What about Boys and Overprotected?

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                                        • Love these self-penned songs getting some recognition!

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                                          • Originally posted by Choley View Post

                                            What about Boys and Overprotected?
                                            “Boys” won’t be there in the next 20 years or something.
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                                              • Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift •

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                                                • Most streamed female albums from 2001 on Spotify (July 23)
                                                  1. Survivor — 463,687
                                                  2. Laundry Service — 401,802
                                                  3. Britney — 315,448
                                                  4. Fever — 295,617
                                                  5. Scorpion — 272,305
                                                  6. M!ssundaztood — 245,325
                                                  7. J.Lo — 204,830
                                                  8. Songs in a Minor — 179,088

                                                  Top 3 is a really solid placement considering we've been dragging self-titled's stats for years. Weirdly enough, no female album from 2001 is doing huge numbers (500K+ a day). 2000 has Oops!...I Did It Again, 2002 has Let Go/Come Away with Me, 2003 has In the Zone/Dangerously In Love, 2004 has Breakaway/Love. Angel. Music. Baby, etc. So all things considered, these are great numbers.

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