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  • #31
    2019 Nielsen Music Year End Charts

    https://www.billboard.com/files/pdfs...RENDreport.pdf

    THE YEAR IN COUNTRY (January 4, 2019 - January 2, 2020)

    Top 5 Genre Artists
    ALBUM + TEA + ON-DEMAND AUDIO SEA

    1 Luke Combs 2,048,000
    2 Jason Aldean 1,315,000
    3 Thomas Rhett 1,144,000
    4 Chris Stapleton 1,057,000
    5 Luke Bryan 1,051,000

    Top 5 Albums
    ALBUM + TEA + ON-DEMAND AUDIO SEA

    1 Luke Combs This One's For You 1,163,000
    2 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay 759,000
    3 Luke Combs What You See Is What You Get 741,000
    4 Chris Stapleton Traveller 586,000
    5 Morgan Wallen If I Know Me 535,000

    Top 5 Songs
    Artist, Song, Sings with SES On Demand

    1 Luke Combs Beautiful Crazy 2,427,000
    2 Morgan Wallen Whiskey Glasses 2,338,000
    3 Dan + Shay Speechless 2,288,000
    4 Blake Shelton God's Country 2,096,000
    5 Dan + Shay Tequila 2,095,000

    Top 5 Radio Songs
    Artist, Song, Audience, Spins

    1 Dan + Shay Speechless 1,616,879,600 445,000
    2 Luke Combs Beautiful Crazy 1,358,801,100 342,000
    3 Morgan Wallen Whiskey Glasses 1,350,819,300 356,000
    4 Dan + Shay Tequila 1,185,098,500 303,000
    5 Chase Rice Eyes On You 1,113,948,400 302,000

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    • #32
      2019 Nielsen Music Year End Charts

      https://www.billboard.com/files/pdfs...RENDreport.pdf

      THE YEAR IN LATIN (January 4, 2019 - January 2, 2020)

      Top 5 Genre Artists
      ALBUM + TEA + ON-DEMAND AUDIO SEA

      1 Bad Bunny 1,020,000
      2 Ozuna 868,000
      3 Maluma 382,000
      4 Romeo Santos 351,000
      5 Banda Sinaloense MS De Sergio Lizarraga 310,000

      Top 5 Albums
      ALBUM + TEA + ON-DEMAND AUDIO SEA

      1 Bad Bunny X 100PRE 699,000
      2 Ozuna Aura 283,000
      3 J Balvin & Bad Bunny Oasis 268,000
      4 Ozuna Odisea 261,000
      5 Farruko Gangalee 220,000

      Top 5 Songs
      Artist, Song, Sings with SES On Demand

      1 Bad Bunny Mia 1,570,000
      2 Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow Con Calma 1,509,000
      3 Bad Bunny Callaita 1,203,000
      4 Sech Otro Trago 1,170,000
      5 Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber Despacito 1,078,000

      Top 5 Radio Songs
      Artist, Song, Audience, Spins

      1 Bad Bunny Mia 1,278,281,600 264,000
      2 Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow Con Calma 818,586,600 194,000
      3 Pedro Capo x Farruko Calma Remix 471,801,300 108,000
      4 Ozuna Baila Baila Baila 441,213,300 87,000
      5 Daniel Caesar Ella Quiere Beber 362,420,700 78,000

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      • #33
        no EDM report... mess

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        • #34
          https://www.billboard.com/articles/b...-vinyl-beatles

          26% of All Physical Albums Sold in 2019 in U.S. Were Vinyl, Led by The Beatles
          1/9/2020 by Keith Caulfield

          The top-selling vinyl LP of 2019 was The Beatles' classic No. 1 album "Abbey Road."

          For the 14th consecutive year, vinyl album sales grew to a new yearly high, climbing to 18.84 million sold in 2019 (up 14.5%), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data (for the tracking period of Jan. 4, 2019 through Jan. 2, 2020).

          Vinyl LP sales represented 16.7% of all album sales in 2019. In 2018, the format accounted for 11.9% of all album sales.

          Further, vinyl LPs comprised over a quarter of all physical album sales (CD, vinyl LP, cassettes, etc.) in 2019 — 25.6%. That’s a new Nielsen Music-era record share for the format, up from 19.1% in 2018. (Nielsen Music began tracking music data in 1991.)

          In the Nielsen Music era, of the top 10 largest selling weeks for vinyl albums in total, five of them occurred in 2019. Further, the top two biggest vinyl weeks came this past December: 973,000 sold in the week ending Dec. 19, and 1.24 million sold in the week ending Dec. 26.

          Leading the vinyl pack in 2019 was The Beatles, as the Fab Four sold more vinyl albums than any other artist, with 471,000 copies sold across its entire catalog.

          Rounding out the top 10 selling acts on vinyl in 2019: Queen (No. 2; 345,000), Billie Eilish (No. 3; 250,000) Pink Floyd (No. 4; 217,000), Fleetwood Mac (No. 5; 149,000), Nirvana (No. 6; 141,000), Prince (No. 7; 140,000), Led Zeppelin (No. 8; 134,000), Michael Jackson (No. 9; 127,000) and Frank Sinatra (No. 10; 125,000).

          ‘ABBEY ROAD’ RULES: The Beatles also lead with the top-selling vinyl album of 2019, Abbey Road. (See list of the top 10 selling vinyl albums of 2019, below.) The set, first released in 1969, sold 246,000 copies on wax in 2019, thanks in part to its deluxe 50th anniversary reissue. The set topped the weekly Billboard 200 chart for 11 weeks in late 1969 and early 1970.

          Overall, there were 23 albums that sold at least 50,000 copies on vinyl in 2019 – up from 14 titles in 2018, and eight titles in 2017.

          TOP 10 SELLING VINYL ALBUMS OF 2019 IN U.S.
          Rank Artist, Title Sales

          1 The Beatles, Abbey Road 246,000
          2 Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 176,000
          3 Queen, Greatest Hits 139,000
          4 Soundtrack, Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 123,000
          5 Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody (Soundtrack) 108,000
          6 Beach Boys, Sounds of Summer: The Very Best Of… 107,000
          7 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side of the Moon 92,000
          8 Michael Jackson, Thriller 88,000
          9 Bob Marley and The Wailers, Legend: The Best Of… 84,000
          10 Fleetwood Mac, Rumours 78,000

          Source: Nielsen Music/MRC Data, for the tracking period Jan. 4, 2019 through Jan. 2, 2020.

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          • #35
            BILLIE

            MY WIG
            2019 Year End Charts: The 20/20 Experience

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            • #36
              Originally posted by britneyliam View Post
              Does anyone find it so weird?

              TOP 10 SONGS - AIRPLAY AUDIENCE

              1 Police Every Breath You Take 11,545,047,000
              2 Santana Feat. Rob Thomas Smooth 11,145,352,000
              3 Goo Goo Dolls Iris 10,926,634,000
              4 Faith Hill Breathe 9,753,529,000
              5 Natalie Imbruglia Torn 9,744,210,000
              6 Green Day Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) 9,540,862,000
              7 Carrie Underwood Before He Cheats 9,520,306,000
              8 No Doubt Don't Speak 9,488,999,000
              9 Usher Yeah! 9,436,653,000
              10 Journey Don't Stop Believin' 9,435,064,000

              Every Breath You Take has got 11 billion audience in this decade,that means 1.1 billion every year,22 million every week!
              Is That Real?

              How Could these old songs get so much spins and audience?
              It should be the all time top ten list instead of this decade!
              I think these numbers are correct, although they are amazing to read.

              The Mediabase numbers from the previous decade as posted on Ukmix https://www.ukmix.org/forum/chart-di...nce-us-airplay show that the top audience track from 2000-2009 was probably Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance with about 10 billion audience impressions and the top classic track was The Police - Every Breath You Take with about 7.5 billion.

              Mediabase numbers were historically higher than BDS Nielsen but over the last decade the number of stations Nielsen tracks has increased about 50% so their numbers are higher this decade, however the increase seems mainly to have been in the Classic Rock and Country formats. The US radio market does seem very different to almost any other market in the world - they have far more radio stations per person than say the UK, each station has a smaller more local audience and has its own format, and this appears to lend itself to a greater share of classic tracks over current Top 40 hits. Overall they have a disparate radio market and audience numbers for the biggest hits are lower per person than most other industrialised countries.

              11.5 billion hits for Every Breath You Take is equivalent to about 36 listens per person in the US.
              In Europe the top track for 2010-2019 was probably Gotye with 45 billion audience impressions, equivalent to about 60 listens per person in Europe.

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