I think for some, they pay for monthly streaming for all their music rather than buying downloads and so it's frustrating, perhaps. Limited budgets for things can come into play, too, I suppose.ForgottenHero wrote:If your a fan why would you cry about streaming , buy it from itunes or amazon its not exactly hard.
Poor Gorgeous at #35BlueScorpion wrote:She went to #1 on iTunes in 105 counties (out of 119)
She has 3 songs charting inside the Top 15 selling an estimated 17k units combined (for today only).
Her first week 1.3-1.5mlnreputation (Big Machine/BMLG) will land somewhere in the range of 1.3-1.5m on next week’s chart, almost certainly besting her previous album, 2014’s 1989, by at least 100k. This will be Tay’s fourth album in a row to debut with more than 1 million in first week sales, with each of those albums selling more than the one before. Of course, these very preliminary reads precede her Saturday Night Live appearance and a possible tour announcement—and whatever other moves she may have in store for D2C, TV, radio, etc. Stay tuned for one-day projections.
Reported by Billboard as we speak.Reputation World Tour ticket sales could exceed last year's $250 million mark.
Taylor Swift is planning a tour announcement and ticket sale around her December birthday, Billboard has learned.
The pop icon has targeted Dec. 13, her 28th birthday, as a key date for selling tickets to her 2018 trek in support of her Reputation album, which is on track to sell at least 1 million units in its first week.
Spins solely of Taylor yesterday on some Pop stations:iHypeMusic wrote:I managed to hear every single song from Reputation on radio throughout today.
In terms of sales they are the only two female artists with outstanding performance.BlueScorpion wrote:She's in a league of her own. OK, probably shared with Adele.