I don’t know, it looks fine to me. It’s already close to the 100M mark on Spotify and still strong. If I’m honest I don’t care about peaks (unless it’s #1 or something relevant) I prefer streaming longevity and huge final numbersspiritboy wrote:Looks like TMTA doesn't go anywhere. Should he move on to next single?
Could someone tell me his real numbers (sold copies) in Canada? Bc on chart his run is 1-9-13-20. Looks like 20-25k sps to me, but maybe someone can tell me more accurate numbers.borderwolf wrote:Canada
November 22, 2017
I would love it if Flicker went on to become one of those word of month successes. Start off modestly, then slowly get more and more people on board and i still think if they get the 4th single choice spot on and plenty of promo opportunities there's no reason why Flicker can't become even more successful in 2018.xrafaelx wrote:Album: Flicker
#6 Ireland (+1)
#14 United States (NE)
#40 Australia (-2)
#42 Canada (-2)
#63 United States (-11)
#70 United Kingdom (-9)
#77 Belgium (NE)
#77 Italy (+74)
#110 United Kingdom (+33)
#124 United States (NE)
#150 Switzerland (NE)
Black Friday week
ILC wrote:Could someone tell me his real numbers (sold copies) in Canada? Bc on chart his run is 1-9-13-20. Looks like 20-25k sps to me, but maybe someone can tell me more accurate numbers.borderwolf wrote:Canada
November 22, 2017
Capitol likes certifications. Gold in the US is coming. Thanks to Slow Hands and This town pure sales and streaming. + album is already discounted.
I know. I'm asking about sold copies. not about shipments.jjavier1978 wrote:It has been Certified Platinum for shipments of 80,000 copies
This shows that label sees it is flopping. His album was already out of top 100 iTunes before AMAs.Uniquesensation wrote:Universal discounted his album to 6.99 in the USA.
This shows that his label cares for him.
Sam underperforms. Everyone knows that. He has a big debut album but his second is nothing close to that. + tour ticket/album. Not great numbers for someone big as Sam.xrafaelx wrote:A lot of albums are discounted this week, including his label mate Sam Smith... is him flopping too?