US Billboard Charts (10/03/2018)

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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Latin Digital Song Sales
March 10, 2018

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  1 -   1 - 59 -   1 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
  2 -   3 -   6 -   2 - Dura - Daddy Yankee
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - Fiebre - Ricky Martin Featuring Wisin & Yandel
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - Dime Si Te Acuerdas - Bad Bunny
  5 -   5 - 35 -   1 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
  5 -   6 - 15 -   1 - Echame La culpa - Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato
  7 -   7 - 14 -   5 - El Farsante - Ozuna
  8 -   9 - 10 -   2 - La Modelo - Ozuna x Cardi B
  9 -   4 -   2 -   4 - Amorfoda - Bad Bunny
10 - 10 - 16 -   5 - Corazon - Maluma X Nego do Borel
11 - 15 -   6 -   5 - Machika - J. Balvin x Jeon x Anitta
12 - 11 - 33 -   4 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
13 -   2 -   2 -   2 - Me Niego - Reik Featuring Ozuna & Wisin
14 - 12 -   7 - 11 - Scooby-Doo Pa! Pa! - DJ Kass
15 - 14 - 17 -   8 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
16 - 19 - 25 -   8 - Se Preparo - Ozuna
17 - 23 - 16 -   3 - Sensualidad - DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce
18 - 17 - 29 -   4 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
19 - 16 -   4 -   2 - Azukita - Steve Aoki, Daddy Yankee, Play-N-Skillz & Elvis Crespo
20 -   8 - 14 -   4 - Ahora Dice - Chris Jeday Presenta J Balvin, Ozuna & Aracangel
21 - NE -   1 - 21 - Ahora - J Balvin
22 - 18 - 45 -   2 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
23 - 24 -   3 - 18 - Casate Conmigo - Silvestre Dangond x Nicky Jam
24 - 25 - 60 -   3 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
25 - NE -   1 - 25 - La Player (Bandolera) - Zion & Lennox

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Postby borderwolf » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:44 pm

Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Alison Wonderland, DallasK & GusGus
https://www.billboard.com/articles/news ... ask-gusgus
3/8/2018 by Gordon Murray

Each week, Billboard Dance looks at songs & albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Alison Wonderland, "Church"

Australian DJ/producer Alison Wonderland debuts at No. 24 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated March 10) with "Church." Her inaugural entry on a radio-based chart claims the bulk of its airplay from such core dance affiliates as SiriusXM's BPM, KNHC (C89.5) Seattle and Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel. Previously, Wonderland led Top Dance/Electronic Albums with Run in April 2015. A track from that set, "U Don't Know," featuring Wayne Coyne, reached No. 29 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs that month.

DallasK, "All My Life"

Los Angeles-based DallasK (real name: Dallas Koehlke) debuts at No. 39 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "All My Life." Pulling in 411,000 U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music, "All" marks the DJ's first chart appearance and first overall Billboard hit as a solo act. Concurrently, the track starts at No. 37 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, where it's DallasK's second entry: "Crash 2.0" (by Adventure Club vs. DallasK) hit No. 4 in January 2016. Core dance station airplay from SiriusXM's BPM, Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel and iHeartRadio's Evolution network (as monitored on WFLZ-HD Tampa, Florida) are bringing "Life" to life on radio.

GusGus, Lies Are More Flexible

Reykjavik, Iceland-based GusGus appears on a Billboard chart for the first time in 15 years, debuting at No. 15 (and earning a new career best) on Dance/Electronic Album Sales with Lies Are More Flexible. The act, originally formed in 1995 as an electronic soul band and which has included many members over the years, now arrives as the DJ duo of Birgir Porarinsson (aka, Biggi Veira) and Daniel Agust Haraldsson.

GusGus' other Dance/Electronic Album Sales appearance came in September 2002, when Attention peaked at No. 19. Two tracks from that set touched Dance Club Songs: "Desire" (No. 15, November 2002) and "David" (No. 43, May 2003). The act earned its highest spot on that chart nearly 19 years ago, when "Very Important People" paraded to No. 13 in August 1999. GusGus notched its first Billboard chart appearance four months prior, when "Ladyshave" hit No. 38 on the now-defunct Dance Singles Sales chart.

In support of Lies, the act is scheduled to launch a European tour in Vienna, Austria, on April 24.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:45 pm

Bruno Mars & Cardi B's 'Finesse' Flies to No. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... club-songs
3/8/2018 by Gordon Murray

Plus, David Guetta, Martin Garrix & Brooks debut as does DJ Snake, while MK & MAX reach new heights.

Bruno Mars and Cardi B cruise 2-1 on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated March 10) with "Finesse." The new jack swing original was remixed for clubs by Alphalove, James Hype and Pink Panda, among others.

"Finesse" is Mars' second No. 1 and first as a lead, following his featured turn on Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk!" in January 2015. Cardi B claims her first leader.

"Finesse" became Mars' eighth chart entry and fourth top 10 in five years, since his very first title on the tally, "Locked Out of Heaven," hit No. 19 in March 2013. His other top 10s: "24K Magic" (No. 2, December 2016) and "Versace on the Floor" (No. 7, November 2017).

A LOT TO 'LIKE': David Guetta, Martin Garrix and Brooks bow at No. 9 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Like I Do." The collab collected 2.5 million U.S. streams and sold 7,000 downloads in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music. Guetta earns his 10th top 10, the second-most in the chart's five-year history; Calvin Harris leads with 14. "Like" is Garrix's fourth top 10 and Brooks' first. The track starts at No. 4 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales and at No. 22 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs.

It's the second straight week that Guetta has started in the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs top 10: "Mad Love" (by Sean Paul and Guetta featuring Becky G) also debuted at No. 9 a week ago (and now ranks at No. 13). Guetta is the first act to earn top 10 debuts that quickly since Lady Gaga grabbed two simultaneous top 10 bows following her Super Bowl LI halftime show performance: "Bad Romance" (No. 6) and "Poker Face" (No. 8) on the chart dated Feb. 25, 2017.

SNAKE SLITHERS IN: Also on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, DJ Snake debuts at No. 20 with "Magenta Riddim." Of 19 charted titles, "Magenta" arrives as Snake's second unaccompanied entry; "Propaganda" reached No. 36 in 2016. "Magenta" starts with 896,000 domestic streams and 2,000 downloads sold.

MK & MAX'S MOVES: Shifting to Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Detroit native MK (real name: Marc Kinchen) motors 12-3 with "17." It's the DJ/producer's best placement yet, eclipsing the song's prior No. 6 high; it was the most-played song on SiriusXM's BPM in the tracking week.

Additionally, New York-based singer MAX (real name: Max Schneider) surges 20-10 with "Lights Down Low," featuring gnash. It's the first top 10 for both acts.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:47 pm

Celebrating Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Madonna & More Leading Ladies on Billboard's Charts for International Women's Day
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... hievements
3/8/2018 by Xander Zellner

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2018, Billboard looks back at some notable achievements by leading ladies on our charts. Plus, we dive into some stellar stats racked up by women on the music sales front, as tracked by Nielsen Music.

From The Supremes and Mariah Carey to Katy Perry and Cardi B, let's take a look at some amazing achievements by women on the charts, and in Nielsen Music history:

— The Shirelles Bring the Ladies to No. 1: The Shirelles were the first all-female group to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart, with “Will You Love Me Tomorrow.” The song spent two consecutive weeks atop the ranking, which launched in 1958, beginning on the chart dated Jan. 30, 1961. The group, consisting of Shirley Owens, Doris Coley, Addie Harris and Beverly Lee, would go on to earn six top 10 hits, including another No. 1 song “Soldier Boy,” which spent three weeks atop the chart in May 1962.

— They Reigned Supreme: From 1964 to 1969, The Supremes landed 12 No. 1 hits on the Hot 100, a record among American groups, and second all-time among all groups, behind The Beatles (with 20).

Most No. 1 Hits on the Hot 100
20, The Beatles
18, Mariah Carey
14, Rihanna
13, Michael Jackson
12, Madonna
12, The Supremes

— She Lit up the Hot 100: Debby Boone’s “You Light Up My Life” spent an unprecedented 10 weeks atop the Hot 100 in 1977, breaking the record for most weeks at No. 1 on the chart. The record stood for 15 years, until Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road” shattered it and spent 13 weeks atop the chart.

— Like a Hitmaker: Madonna scored her first of 12 No. 1 hits on the Hot 100 in 1984 with “Like a Virgin,” which spent six weeks atop the ranking. To this day, she holds the record for the most top 10 songs in the history of the Hot 100, with 38 hits.

— The Queen of Soul... and Charts: In 1985, Aretha Franklin scored her 20th No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart with "Freeway of Love." The diva continues to hold the record for the most No. 1s among women in the history of the list.

— Janet Rules: In 1989, Janet Jackson scored a record seven top five singles from her album Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814. She hit No. 1 with the set's lead single "Miss You Much," and followed it with the title track (No. 2), "Escapade" (No. 1), "Alright" (No. 4), "Come Back to Me" (No. 2), "Black Cat" (No. 1)" and "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" (No. 1).

— Mariah Makes a Splash: Beginning with her first No. 1 single “Vision of Love” in 1990, Mariah Carey has earned a staggering 18 No. 1 singles on the Hot 100, the most of any solo artist in the 60-year history of the Hot 100. Among all acts, only The Beatles have more No. 1 hits, with 20.

— The Bounty of 'The Bodyguard': Whitney Houston breaks the all-time record for most weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 with “I Will Always Love You,” from the soundtrack to her film The Bodyguard. The song spent a then-record 14 weeks atop the ranking. To this day, no soloist, unaccompanied by another act -- featured or otherwise -- has spent more weeks at No. 1 with a given song.

— Country Queen: In 1997, Shania Twain’s Come On Over becomes the top-selling album and the best-selling album by a female artist in any genre since Nielsen Music started tracking sales in 1991.

— Dolly's 25th No 1: In 2006, Dolly Parton extended her record for the most No. 1s on the Hot Country Songs chart, as the country queen collected her 25th chart-topper as the featured artist on Brad Paisley's "When I Get Where I'm Going." She nabbed her first No. 1 with "Joshua" in 1971.

— A 'Dream' Record: In 2011, Katy Perry’s 2010 album Teenage Dream tied Michael Jackson’s Bad for the most No. 1 singles from one album, as the singer launched five hits to No. 1 on the Hot 100. She hit No. 1 with “California Gurls,” featuring Snoop Dogg, “Teenage Dream,” "Firework," “E.T.,” featuring Kanye West, and “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)."

— All Hail Adele: In a single week in 2015, Adele’s album 25 became the year’s best-selling album and shattered the record for most albums sold in a week in Nielsen Music's history, as the set sold 3.38 million copies in the U.S. in its debut week. The previous record, held by *NSYNC’s No Strings Attached, sold 2.42 million copies in one week in 2000.

— Taylor's Many Millions: When Taylor Swift's 2017 album Reputation debuted with 1.22 million copies sold in its first week, Swift became the first artist to achieve four million-selling weeks in Nielsen Music's history. Swift earlier earned million-selling weeks with the debut weeks of each of her last three studio albums: 1989 (1.287 million in 2014), Red (1.208 million, 2012) and Speak Now (1.047 million, 2010).

— A Grande Record: In 2016, Ariana Grande was the first artist to debut in the Hot 100's top 10 with the lead single from each of her first three albums, as "Dangerous Woman," the title track of her 2016 album, arrived at No. 10 on the list. It followed the bows of "Problem" (No. 3, from My Everything) and "The Way," featuring Mac Miller (No. 10, from Yours Truly).

— Cardi B's First Three: In 2017, Cardi B made history among female rappers, becoming the first female MC to send her first three entries on the Hot 100 to the top 10. She hit the top 10 with "Motorsport," alongside Nicki Minaj and Migos, "No Limit" (G-Eazy featuring A$AP Rocky and Cardi B) and "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)."

— Dance Diva: In 2018, Rihanna logged a record eighth No. 1 on the Dance Club Songs chart from her ANTI album with "Consideration," featuring SZA. It followed "Desperado," "Pose," "Sex With Me," "Love on the Brain," "Needed Me," "Kiss It Better" and "Work."

— Minaj's Endless Hits: With 84 entries (so far) on the Hot 100 chart, Nicki Minaj holds the record for the most hits among women on the list. She also holds the record for the most top 10 hits among female rappers, with 15.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:52 am

Wisin's 'Todo Comienza En La Disco' Tops Latin Airplay Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... play-chart
3/8/2018 by Pamela Bustios

The song, featuring Yandel and Daddy Yankee, soars 12-1.

Wisin’s “Todo Comienza En La Disco,” featuring Yandel and Daddy Yankee, jumps 12-1 on the Latin Airplay chart dated March 10, marking the 11th leader for Wisin. The song earned 16.16 million in audience in the week ending March 4 according to Nielsen Music -- up 56 percent. It’s also the 10th No. 1 for Yandel and the eighth for Daddy Yankee.

Wisin's “Todo” -- the third single from his Victory album -- marks the artist's second chart topper of the year, following his feature on Jennifer Lopez’ “Amor, Amor, Amor” which crowned the list for one week (Feb. 3).

Elsewhere, on Hot Latin Songs (which blends airplay, sales and streaming data), “Todo” hits a new peak, rising 21-16 -- with, naturally, Greatest Gainer/Airplay honors. The track is also up 25 percent in streams in the week ending March 1 (rising to 2 million) and its sales jump 47 percent to 1,000 downloads sold.

On Latin Rhythm Airplay, “Todo” vaults 9-1 in its 13th week. It earns Wisin his ninth leader. On Latin Pop Airplay, it grows 11-4, his 15th top 10 on the list.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:53 am

6ix9ine Debuts in Top 5ive on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... bums-chart
3/8/2018 by Trevor Anderson

Plus, Post Malone’s “Psycho” storms in at No. 2 & DJ Khaled’s “Top Off” already has buzz at radio.

Rapper 6ix9ine debuts at No. 3 on both the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts (dated March 10) with his debut set, Day69. The collection kicks off with 55,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music.

The 21-year-old, born Daniel Hernandez, garnered attention with his hit “Gummo,” which climbed to No. 5 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs last December. Day69’s arrival helps push “Gummo” back into the chart’s top 10 (No. 8) with the week’s Streaming Gainer award and prompts debuts from two album cuts: “Billy” (No. 29) and “Rondo,” featuring Tory Lanez and Young Thug (No. 38). Plus, the album’s “Keke,” featuring Fetty Wap and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, lifts 38-31.

‘Psycho’ Metrics: Plus, Post Malone roars into the chart’s upper reaches with “Psycho,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, which opens at No. 2 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The debut matches the starting rank of his previous release, “Rockstar,” featuring 21 Savage, an eventual 14-week champion on the chart.

The high “Psycho” start comes from its No. 1 entrance on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales, with 80,000 downloads registered in the week, and a No. 2 launch on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs with 54.9 million weekly U.S. streams. The collaboration also clocks 2 million in radio audience in the week ending March 4.

With “Psycho,” Post Malone earns his fifth top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, following “White Iverson” (No. 5, 2016), “Congratulations,” featuring Quavo (No. 5, 2017), the aforementioned “Rockstar” and “I Fall Apart” (No. 9).

Featured artist Ty Dolla $ign, meanwhile, banks his third. He previously climbed to No. 9 with “Paranoid,” featuring B.o.B in 2014 and shot to No. 3 with “Sucker for Pain” alongside Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, Logic and X Ambassadors in 2016.

Migos ‘Stir’ Up Airwaves: Elsewhere, Migos’ “Stir Fry” earns a top 10 trifecta this week as it sizzles at radio. First, the tune hikes 15-10 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay with a 4 percent bump to 15 million in radio audience in the week ending March 4, and secures the rap trio’s seventh top 10 effort on the chart.

On Rhythmic Songs, meanwhile, “Fry” fires 14-10 to mark Migos’ fifth visit to the region, thanks to an 8 percent lift in plays for the week.

And to cap off the triple play, Migos’ latest also darts 12-9 on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop, scoring a 6 percent bump in plays for the week. The move pushes the collective to its ninth top 10 hit on the list.

‘Top Off’ Hops On: Radio also gave a warm reception to DJ Khaled’s new release “Top Off,” featuring JAY-Z, Future and Beyoncé. The song, released March 2, enters Rap Airplay (No. 19) and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay (No. 27) with only three days of airplay in the latest tracking week (which ended March 4). The all-star collaboration previews Khaled’s forthcoming 11th studio album, Father of Asahd.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:55 am

Zayn's New Music Tease Vaults Him Up Social 50 Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... l-50-chart
3/8/2018 by Kevin Rutherford

He reaches the top three of the Social 50 for the first time since April 2016.

The prospect of new music on the horizon from Zayn sends him 17-3 on Billboard’s Social 50 chart dated March 10, his first time in the chart’s top three since April 2, 2016.

The Social 50 is powered by data tracked by music analytics company Next Big Sound and ranks the most popular artists on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views and engagement. The chart’s latest tracking week ended March 1, and BTS is No. 1.

Zayn vaulted 185 percent in Instagram reactions to 25 million overall, according to Next Big Sound. On Instagram, he previewed unreleased material, often performed on acoustic guitar, as well as covers of Stevie Wonder, Paolo Nutini and more.

Zayn released his debut album Mind of Mine in March 2016 and has released three songs as follow-ups: the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack song “I Don’t Want to Live Forever” with Taylor Swift, March 2017’s “Still Got Time” with PartyNextDoor and September 2017’s “Dusk Till Dawn” featuring Sia.

The progress on a follow-up full-length album, however, is not currently known.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:56 am

Hot 100 Chart Moves: Logic Launches at No. 22 With '44 More' & 5 Seconds of Summer Debut With 'Want You Back'
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... hart-moves
3/8/2018 by Gary Trust

Plus, moves for Dua Lipa & Janelle Monae.

As previously reported, Drake's "God's Plan" dominates the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a sixth week (dating to its debut at No. 1), logging a hefty 92.8 million U.S. streams in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music. The song, whose official video arrived Feb. 16, has now logged two of the top four streaming weeks ever.

Meanwhile, Post Malone's "Psycho" launches at No. 2 on the Hot 100, equaling Malone's highest debut and marking a new best rank for featured artist Ty Dolla $ign.

Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?

"44 More," Logic
The track debuts at No. 13 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and No. 22 on the Hot 100, marking the rapper's highest arrival on both surveys.

The track enters Streaming Songs at No. 18, also a career-best bow. Released Feb. 23, it starts with 17 million streams in the week ending March 1, with 14.1 million via on-demand audio services (good for a No. 7 debut on the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart).

Logic lands his third top 25 Hot 100 hit. "Sucker for Pain," by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons with Logic and Ty Dolla $ign and featuring X Ambassadors, debuted at No. 32 (his prior best open) and reached No. 15 in 2016. "44 More" is Logic's first Hot 100 entry since "1-800-273-8255" (featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid), which rose to No. 3 last September.

"Want You Back," 5 Seconds of Summer
5SOS' first Hot 100 title since August 2016 debuts at No. 61. It starts at No. 17 on the Digital Song Sales chart (with 21,000 sold) and No. 32 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, where it brings the band's best career beginning.

"IDGAF," Dua Lipa
The follow-up to the No. 6 Hot 100 hit "New Rules" (now at No. 14) rises to a new high (96-78). It debuts at No. 33 on Pop Songs, while holding at its No. 3 peak on the Official UK Singles chart.

"Make Me Feel," Janelle Monae
The funky track starts at No. 99 on the Hot 100 with 4.6 million U.S. streams. Monae makes her first unaccompanied visit to the chart; she led for six weeks in 2012 as featured on fun.'s "We Are Young" and hit No. 79 in 2015 with her Jidenna collab "Yoga."
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:58 am

EXO and CL See Sales and Social Leaps After Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... les-charts
3/8/2018 by Jeff Benjamin

The superstars represented K-pop in Pyeongchang.

All eyes were on South Korea for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games and in its final minutes, some of the country's biggest superstars captivated the world's attention and earned huge gains in song sales and online social activity.

Leading the charge was CL with her 2013 solo single "The Baddest Female" returning to Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart at No. 11 for its eighth overall charting week. The track sold 1,000 copies in America for the week of Feb. 22 - March 1, according to Nielsen Music -- up a humongous 4,505 percent in sales from the week before. The song originally peaked at No. 4 on World Digital Song Sales and has sold 26,000 copies in the U.S. to date.

CL also performed a snippet of "I Am the Best," the signature song of her former girl group 2NE1. The track returns to the chart at No. 17 this week for it 121st week overall on the chart to date. It previously hit the No. 1 spot on World Digital Songs when it was featured in a popular Microsoft ad and gained some domestic airplay.

EXO also made a big splash with their Olympic showing as their 2017 single "Power" also returns to World Digital Song Sales at No. 13 for its seventh overall week on the tally. "Power" also sold an additional 1,000 copies, up 491 percent in sales. "Power" previously peaked at No. 3 on the chart and has now sold 9,000 downloads in the U.S.

Viewers showed their appreciation for EXO's performance online with the boy band receiving an incredible 44.4 million Twitter mentions in the tracking week, (up 27 percent, according to Next Big Sound) and the guys scoring 743,000 Twitter reactions (up 1,554 percent) as well as 2.2 million Instagram interactions (up 136 percent).

EXO added 74,000 new Twitter followers and 62,000 new Instagram followers for the week too. EXO stays strong at No. 2 on Billboard's Social 50 chart where they have ranked for the past six weeks.
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Postby thass_hot » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:24 pm

BrainDamageII wrote:
Hot 100 Recurrents


1 New 1 Shape Of You  - Ed Sheeran 
Shape of You dropped off #24. Is there any rule for songs to drop off the chart? Before it used to be below #50. The song has been steady at that position, don't think it would drop from that position
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Postby trebor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:29 pm

^^
Hot 100: Songs go recurrent when they are older than 52 weeks and fall below the Top 25.
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Postby thass_hot » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:14 pm

trebor wrote:^^
Hot 100: Songs go recurrent when they are older than 52 weeks and fall below the Top 25.
Since when that rule changed? As far as I know it was if they fall below top 50. If it was below top 50 I see Shape of You breaking the record for most weeks in Hot 100
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Postby trebor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:40 pm

^^

Please refer to the Hot 100 Update November 23, 2015 and posted here!

(Also, note that effective this week, a new "recurrent rule" goes into effect on the Hot 100: descending songs are now removed from the chart if ranking below No. 25 after 52 weeks, as well as if ranking below No. 50 after 20 weeks. Previously only the latter measure was applied.)
This topic has already been amply discussed.
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Postby thass_hot » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:50 pm

trebor wrote:^^

Please refer to the Hot 100 Update November 23, 2015 and posted here!

(Also, note that effective this week, a new "recurrent rule" goes into effect on the Hot 100: descending songs are now removed from the chart if ranking below No. 25 after 52 weeks, as well as if ranking below No. 50 after 20 weeks. Previously only the latter measure was applied.)
This topic has already been amply discussed.
Thanks for the explanation! Didn't know that
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Postby trebor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:26 pm

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseeker Albums
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  5 -   5 -   2 -   5 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Cry No More - Danielle Nicole - Concord
  8 -     - -   2 -   5 - Plunge - Fever Ray - Rabid | Mute
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - Extralife - Darlingside - Rabid | Mute
10 - 14 -   4 - 10 - Burn The Ships - Clay Melton - Watchtower | Specula
11 - NE -   1 - 11 - Khrysis & Elzhi Are Jericho Jackson - Jericho Jackson - Jamla
12 - NE -   1 - 12 - Greatest Hits - Remo Drive - Epitaph
13 - NE -   1 - 13 - Hundred Acres - S. Carey - Jagjaguwar
14 - NE -   1 - 14 - Opus - Al De Meola - e-a-rMUSIC | edel
15 - NE -   1 - 15 - Widdershins - Grant-Lee Phillips - Yep Roc
16 - NE -   1 - 16 - Wherever I Go (EP) - Dan Bremnes - Word-Curb
17 - 17 -   4 - 14 - Pacifica - Armik - Bolero
18 - NE -   1 - 18 - Loner - Caroline Rose - New West
19 - NE -   1 - 19 - Make It Last (EP) - The Anchor - Manic Kat
20 - NE -   1 - 20 - Fever - Black Milk - Mass Appeal
21 - 10 -   3 -   4 - Mind Lion (EP) - Arielle - Arielle
22 -     - -   2 - 13 - Legend Of The Seagullmen - Legend Of The Seagullmen - Dine Alone
23 -     - - 16 -   4 - Enamor - Armik - Bolero
24 - NE -   1 - 24 - Love Is An Army - Janiva Magness - Blue Élan
25 -     - -   2 -   9 - Return Of The King - Keith Frank & The Soijeau Zydeco Band - Soulwood
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - East North Central
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  5 -     - -   2 -   5 - Plunge - Fever Ray - Rabid | Mute
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Hundred Acres - S. Carey - Jagjaguwar
  8 - NE -   1 -   8 - MPR (Money/Power/Respect), Vol 1 - Eastside 80s - TAG
  9 -   8 -   2 -   8 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Greatest Hits - Remo Drive - Epitaph
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Postby trebor » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:45 pm

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - Middle Atlantic
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - Make It Last (EP) - The Anchor - Manic Kat
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Extralife - Darlingside - Rabid | Mute
  8 -   5 -   2 -   5 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - Opus - Al De Meola - e-a-rMUSIC | edel
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Khrysis & Elzhi Are Jericho Jackson - Jericho Jackson - Jamla
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - Mountain
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  2 -     - -   2 -   2 - Believer - Calee Reed - Shadow Mountain
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  4 -   8 -   2 -   4 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
  8 - NE -   1 -   8 - Cry No More - Danielle Nicole - Concord
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - Make It Last (EP) - The Anchor - Manic Kat
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Rearview (EP) - Jagertown - G&N Entertainment
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - Northeast
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - Extralife - Darlingside - Rabid | Mute
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
  7 -   6 -   2 -   6 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  8 -     - -   2 -   7 - Plunge - Fever Ray - Rabid | Mute
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - Loner - Caroline Rose - New West
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Hundred Acres - S. Carey - Jagjaguwar
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - Pacific
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  3 -     - -   3 -   3 - Burn The Ships - Clay Melton - Watchtower | Specula
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  6 -     - -   2 -   4 - Plunge - Fever Ray - Rabid | Mute
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Pursuit - TFH Worship - TFH
  8 -   5 -   2 -   5 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  9 -   9 -   4 -   5 - Pacifica - Armik - Bolero
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - South Atlantic
March 10, 2018

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  1 -   6 -   2 -   1 - Mind Lion (EP) - Arielle - Arielle
  2 - NE -   1 -   2 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
  3 -     - -   2 -   3 - Wherever I Go (EP) - Dan Bremnes - Word-Curb
  4 -   3 -   2 -   3 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - Cry No More - Danielle Nicole - Concord
  6 -     - - 22 -   1 - MMII - Tadric Jermaine - Ingenious Dreams
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Khrysis & Elzhi Are Jericho Jackson - Jericho Jackson - Jamla
  8 - NE -   1 -   8 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  9 -     - -   2 -   8 - Rise - The Texas Tenors - The Texas Tenors
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - South Central
March 10, 2018

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  1 -     - -   3 -   1 - Return Of The King - Keith Frank & The Soijeau Zydeco Band - Soulwood
  2 -   6 -   2 -   2 - Wherever I Go (EP) - Dan Bremnes - Word-Curb
  3 -     - -   3 -   3 - The Truth About Walking (EP) - Bee Ardoin - BPM Music Group
  4 -   5 -   2 -   4 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - Backstage Pass - Ghost Town Blues Band - Ghost Town Blues Band
  7 - NE -   1 -   7 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
  8 -   2 -   2 -   2 - Bothering Jesus - Kathleen Madigan - 800 Pound Gorilla
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - Time & Space - Turnstile - Roadrunner | AG
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Mallary Hope (EP) - Mallary Hope - Curb
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Heatseekers - West North Central
March 10, 2018

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  1 - NE -   1 -   1 - Cry No More - Danielle Nicole - Concord
  2 -   6 -   3 -   1 - Echo In The Valley - Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn - Rounder | Concord
  3 - NE -   1 -   3 - Greatest Hits - Remo Drive - Epitaph
  4 - NE -   1 -   4 - All At Once - Screaming Females - Don Giovanni
  5 - NE -   1 -   5 - The Salt Doll Went To Measure The Depths Of The Sea - The Low Anthem - Joyful Noise
  6 - NE -   1 -   6 - Hundred Acres - S. Carey - Jagjaguwar
  7 -     - - 15 -   1 - Rise - The Texas Tenors - The Texas Tenors
  8 -   5 -   2 -   5 - Agust D - Agust D - BigHit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
  9 - NE -   1 -   9 - 41 - Reggie & The Full Effect - Pure Noise
10 - NE -   1 - 10 - Lo Moon - Lo Moon - Columbia
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Postby monzo » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:37 am

Thanks for all charts, Brain and Trebor! A big thanks to you Trebor for posting all Regional Heatseekers this week :D :D :D
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:17 pm

Jain's 'Makeba' Rules Top TV Commercials Chart for February 2018
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ruary-2018
3/9/2018 by Xander Zellner

Plus, Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble’s “This Is Me” debuts at No. 2.

French singer-songwriter Jain (full name: Jeanne Galice) leads Billboard & Clio’s Top TV Commercials chart, powered by Shazam, for February, with her hit “Makeba,” thanks to the songs synch in Levi’s “Circles” commercial.

Using tagging data from Shazam, as well as sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music, Billboard partners with Clio Music each month to present a chart ranking the top songs in commercials. Rankings exclude any song that has recently charted within the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 or top 10 on a genre chart.

“Makeba” leads all songs in February with 80,000 Shazam tags, 9,000 downloads sold and 894,000 U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music.

Jain released “Makeba” in 2016 and the track debuted and peaked at No. 8 on the French Singles chart in February 2017. The song is an ode to the late South African singer and activist Miriam Makeba, who landed two songs on the Billboard Hot 100 in the 1960s and died in 2008.

The song first appeared on the Top TV Commercials chart in September at No. 3, then dipped to No. 6 in October, and then fell off the chart until this month. The track itself is Jain’s second entry on any American Billboard chart. Her first entry, “Come,” reached No. 19 on the Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart in February 2017.

Just below Jain, Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble’s “This Is Me” debuts at No. 2 following its appearance in NBC Sports’ “Winter Olympics” commercial. [was it just in a commercial, or was it additionally used throughout NBC's coverage?]

“This Is Me,” which reached No. 58 on the Hot 100 (chart dated Jan. 27), earns its placement on the strength of 12,000 Shazam tags, 48,000 downloads sold and 26.4 million U.S. streams in February.

The NBC Sports commercial also helped “This Is Me” hold as the biggest song from The Greatest Showman soundtrack, which saw four of its tracks land on the Hot 100. The song currently stands at No. 87 on the list dated March 10, boasting 7 million U.S. streams and 11,000 downloads in the tracking week ending March 1.

Finally, Missy Elliott’s former top 10 Hot 100 hit “Get Ur Freak On” debuts at No. 5 on the Top TV Commercials chart, thanks to its appearance in Doritos Blaze/Mountain Dew Ice’s “Battle” commercial.

The song aired during Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4 and logs 15,000 Shazam tags, 7,000 downloads sold and 2.5 million U.S. streams in February.

“Get Ur Freak On” reached No. 7 on the Hot 100 in June 2001 -- becoming Missy’s seventh of nine top 10 hits -- and No. 3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

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