US Billboard Charts (10/03/2018)

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Postby borderwolf » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:57 am

Post Malone Debuts Atop On-Demand Streaming Songs Chart With 'Psycho'
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ongs-chart
3/9/2018 by Kevin Rutherford

It’s the rapper’s second song to start at No. 1, following “Rockstar.”

The leader of Billboard’s On-Demand Streaming Songs chart (dated March 10) is Post Malone’s “Psycho,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, which debuts at No. 1 with 45.2 million on-demand audio streams, according to Nielsen Music.

In reaching No. 1, the rapper becomes the second artist to debut two songs atop the ranking, which began in 2012, tying Drake, whose “Passionfruit” (April 8, 2017) and “God’s Plan” (Feb. 3) both started at No. 1.

In fact, “Psycho” dethrones “God’s Plan” after five weeks atop the tally.

Post Malone’s previous No. 1, “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage, led the chart for 17 weeks in 2017.

In all, 82 percent of the streams of “Psycho” come via on-demand audio sources. The song earns 54.9 million streams in all, once on-demand video and programmed clicks are added. That helps it to a No. 2 debut on Streaming Songs, the fourth song to debut in the top two in 2018, following Drake’s “God’s Plan” (No. 1, Feb. 3), BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive” featuring Drake (No. 2, Feb. 24) and Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s “Finesse” (No. 1, Jan. 20). It’s Post Malone’s second top two on the chart; “Rockstar” led the ranking for 14 weeks.

“Psycho” bows at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, adding 80,000 digital downloads and 10.3 million audience impressions on radio.
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Postby borderwolf » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:20 pm

HolidayGuy wrote:I have no issues with albums attaining their position with concert/album redemptions. Then again, I follow and put more weight in the Album Sales chart vs. the multi-metric 200, as I.m not a fan of a chart ranking albums based on how the songs perform in ways that already contribute to the Hot 100. if the album format is on its way out, just consider Album Sales be the barometer of success and leave all that other stuff to the singles chart. When people stream a song or video, they are not actively purchasing something for that particular title- which has always between a factor in the singles chart, via radio play. Same goes for individual-track purchases, as they have contributed to the Hot 100. But this is another mater, so... :P
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:35 am

Christian Nodal Notches Third No. 1 on Regional Mexican Songs Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ican-songs
3/11/2018 by Pamela Bustios

Plus, Bad Bunny collects sixth Hot Latin Songs top 10 and Ricky Martin picks up 47th chart entry with "Fiebre."
Christian Nodal secures the third No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart, as “Me Dejé Llevar” bumps 2-1 (list dated March 10). The song crowns in its 17th week, pulling 11.26 million in audience (up 12 percent) in the week ending March 4, according to Nielsen Music.

Nodal goes three-for-three on the chart, as his latest No. 1 is his third chart-topper of three total entries. He also topped the list with “Probablemente,” featuring David Bisbal, which reigned for four weeks and his debut single, “Adios Amor,” for seven, both in 2017. All three songs are on his debut studio album, Me Dejé Llevar, which holds firm at No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart for a 22nd nonconsecutive week.

The set is tied with Selena's All My Hits -- Todos Mis Exitos, for the third-most weeks at No. 1 in the 33-year history of the list. Ahead of them: Joan Sebastian's Con Tambora (with 23) and Selena's Amor Prohibido, with 97.

“It is a blessing to make music from the heart and see that people identify and feel the song to such a degree to reach these results,” Nodal tells Billboard. "It was always my dream to be on the radio and the fact that a song of mine reaches people’s hearts makes it even more special."

“Me Dejé” also earns Nodal his third top 10 on the Latin Airplay chart, as it grows 13-8 on the tally.

Elsewhere on Hot Latin Songs (which blends airplay, sales, and streams), Bad Bunny scores his sixth top 10 with “Amorfoda,” as the song ascends 11-10 in its second week on the list. It rises despite an overall decline in chart points, down in both streams and sales (falling 6 percent and 39 percent, respectively). It had no monitored airplay in the week ending March 4.

“Amorfoda” is Bad Bunny’s second top 10 of 2018, following his featured turn on Enrique Iglesias’ “El Baño” (No. 8; Jan. 27).

Lastly, Ricky Martin is back on Hot Latin Songs with his 47th entry, “Fiebre,” featuring Wisin & Yandel, debuting at No. 27. The song bows at No. 28 on Latin Airplay with 6 million in audience (up 285 percent from only a few days of airplay the previous tracking period; the song premiered Feb. 23), No. 3 on Latin Digital Song Sales (4,000 sold), and collected 911,000 streams.
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:26 pm

The Top 30 Digital Country Singles: March 5, 2018
http://roughstock.com/news/2018/03/4283 ... rch-5-2018
Posted By Matt Bjorke on Tuesday March 06

As he's done for each of the five weeks "You Make It Easy" has been released, Jason Aldean leads our rundown of The Top 30 Digital Country Singles. The song has now sold over 182,000 downloads in that time and is the lead single to his forthcoming Broken Bow Records release. Cole Swindell's "Break Up In The End" is the highest debuting single this week (#2 on country, #16 all genre) and sold 22,000 downloads. Sitting at #3 is Kane Brown's recent hit "Heaven." Following that one is Thomas Rhett's "Marry Me," a recent #1 hit for the superstar. Rounding out the Top 5 is Luke Bryan's latest hit, "Most People Are Good." The single has scanned 106,000 to date.

The second half of the Top 10 includes Chris Stapleton's "Broken Halos," Scotty McCreery's "Five More Minutes," Walker Hayes "You Broke Up With Me," "Written In The Sand" from Old Dominion and Kacey Musgraves' "Space Cowboy," one of two new singles from her in the Top 11 ("Butterflies" is the other one at #11).

Two other singles debut in the Top 30 this week, Blake Shelton's "I Lived It" at #30 and Ashley Monroe's "Hands On You" at #19. Other notables include Russell Dickerson's "Yours," Keith Urban's "Female," Dierks Bentley's "Woman Amen" and rundowns for three crossover songs including Bebe Rexha's "Meant To Be" with Florida Georgia Line, Justin Timberlake's "Say Something" with Chris Stapleton and "The Middle" from Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey.

The Top 30 Digital Country Singles, March 5, 2018

Place Artist Track Sales Total
1 JASON ALDEAN YOU MAKE IT EASY 26,000 182,000
2 COLE SWINDELL BREAK UP IN THE END 22,000 22,000
3 KANE BROWN HEAVEN 18,000 238,000
4 THOMAS RHETT MARRY ME 16,000 310,000
5 LUKE BRYAN MOST PEOPLE ARE GOOD 14,000 106,000
6 CHRIS STAPLETON BROKEN HALOS 13,000 418,000
7 SCOTTY MCCREERY FIVE MORE MINUTES 13,000 260,000
8 WALKER HAYES YOU BROKE UP WITH ME 9,000 380,000
9 OLD DOMINION WRITTEN IN THE SAND 9,000 219,000
10 KACEY MUSGRAVES SPACE COWBOY 9,000 9,000
11 KACEY MUSGRAVES BUTTERFLIES 8,000 8,000
12 JORDAN DAVIS SINGLES YOU UP 8,000 126,000
13 DL.MURPHY/K.CHESNEY EVERYTHING'S GONNA BE ALRIGHT 8,000 65,000
14 CHRIS STAPLETON TENNESSEE WHISKEY 7,000 1,481,000
15 MORGAN WALLEN/FGL UP DOWN 7,000 103,000
16 LEE BRICE BOY 7,000 222,000
17 LUKE COMBS ONE NUMBER AWAY 7,000 77,000
18 K.BROWN/L.ALAINA WHAT IF'S 7,000 679,000
19 ASHLEY MONROE HANDS ON YOU 7,000 7,000
20 DEVIN DAWSON ALL ON ME 6,000 192,000
21 DAN+SHAY TEQUILA 7,000 74,000
22 BRETT ELDREDGE THE LONG WAY 7,000 126,000
23 LANCO GREATEST LOVE STORY 7,000 543,000
24 SAM HUNT BODY LIKE A BACK ROAD 5,000 1,889,000
25 RUSSELL DICKERSON YOURS 5,000 429,000
26 KELSEA BALLERINI LEGENDS 5,000 168,000
27 KEITH URBAN FEMALE 4,000 160,000
28 DIERKS BENTLEY WOMAN, AMEN 4,000 44,000
29 BRETT YOUNG IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW 4,000 1,045,000
30 BLAKE SHELTON I LIVED IT 4,000 20,000
Note ZEDD/MARENMORRIS/GREY THE MIDDLE 39,000 190,000
Note FGL/BEBE REXHA MEANT TO BE 34,000 682,000
Note J.TIMBERLAKE/C.STAPLETON SAY SOMETHING 23,000 228,000
Note JAKE OWEN I WAS JACK (YOU WERE DIANE) 4,000 4,000
Note TAYLOR RAY HOLBROOK SNOOZE 3,000 3,000
Falling Off Artist Track 1 RTD Sales
C.LANE/T.KELLY TAKE BACK HOME GIRL 4,000 78,000
CHRIS JANSON DRUNK GIRL 4,000 43,000
T.MCGRAW/F.HILL THE REST OF OUR LIFE 4,000 143,000
LUKE COMBS WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS 4,000 384,000
BRETT YOUNG LIKE I LOVED YOU 3,000 256,000
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:27 pm

Top 10 Country Album Sales Chart: March 4, 2018
http://roughstock.com/news/2018/03/4283 ... rch-4-2018
Posted By Matt Bjorke on Monday March 05, 2018

With an impressive 52% sales jump, Luke Bryan's What Makes You Country takes over the top spot on this week's Top 10 Country Album Sales Chart. He's joined by Chris Stapleton and Kane Brown in the Top 5. Yes, that's right, there's only 3 artists in the Top 5 this week as all three of Chris Stapleton's albums remain in the Top 5. Kane Brown's Gold-certified self-titled album (which features the #1 hits "What If's" and "Heaven") rounds out the Top 5.

The second half of the Top 10 is kicked off by Kid Rock's Sweet Southern Sugar. The album -- which features the hit "American Rock N Roll" has sold over 132,000 copies to date and is followed by Alan Jackson's double disc collection of Gospel favorites. Kenny Chesney's Gold-certified Live In No Shoes Nation, his last project for Columbia/Sony Nashville, is at #8 and has scanned 394k to date. The album remains part of his concert tour ticket package. Thomas Rhett's Gold-certified Life Changes is at #9 while Granger Smith's When The Good Guys Win rounds out the Top 10 with a 664% sales increase week over week. The album features the hit "Happens Like That."

Notables include the 200k+ selling Texoma Shore from Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks' Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years Book/CD collection (5 discs of music), Old Dominion's ACM Nominated Happy Endings and albums from Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Montgomery Gentry, Shania Twain, Walker Hayes, Joey Martin Feek, Carly Pearce, Danielle Bradbery and debuts from Glen Campbell and Mitchell Tenpenny.

Top 10 Country Album Sales Chart: March 5, 2018:

Place Artist Album Week Total Scans
1 LUKE BRYAN WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY 9,200 232,700
2 CHRIS STAPLETON FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 1 8,500 726,900
3 CHRIS STAPLETON FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 2 8,200 330,800
4 CHRIS STAPLETON TRAVELLER 7,600 2,233,100
5 KANE BROWN KANE BROWN 5,400 335,800
6 KID ROCK SWEET SOUTHERN SUGAR 4,600 132,400
7 ALAN JACKSON PRECIOUS MEMORIES COL (2CD) 4,100 191,800
8 KENNY CHESNEY LIVE IN NO SHOES NATION 3,000 394,100
9 THOMAS RHETT LIFE CHANGES 3,000 243,500
10 GRANGER SMITH WHEN THE GOOD GUYS WIN 2,900 29,100
11 BLAKE SHELTON TEXOMA SHORE 2,400 203,000
12 LUKE COMBS THIS ONE'S FOR YOU 2,400 196,200
13 CHRIS YOUNG LOSING SLEEP 2,000 84,800
14 BIG SMO SPECIAL RESERVE 16,000 1,600
15 LANCO HALLELUJAH NIGHTS 16,000 24,800
-- BRETT YOUNG BRETT YOUNG 1,500 189,800
-- JON PARDI CALIFORNIA SUNRISE 1,400 221,500
-- GARTH BROOKS ANTHOLOGY PART 1:1ST 5 YRS 1,400 288,200
-- KEITH URBAN RIPCORD 1,300 719,100
-- TIM MCGRAW/FAITH HILL THE REST OF OUR LIFE 1,300 193,100
-- VARIOUS ARTISTS NOW COUNTRY 10 1,300 158,900
-- DARIUS RUCKER WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME 1,200 88,400
-- MIDLAND ON THE ROCKS 1,200 62,200
-- KELSEA BALLERINI UNAPOLOGETICALLY 1,200 89,300
-- OLD DOMINION HAPPY ENDINGS 1,100 75,800
-- GLEN CAMPBELL GOSPEL FAVORITES 1,000 1,000
-- JASON ISBELL/400 UNIT THE NASHVILLE SOUND 900 130,800
-- MONTGOMERY GENTRY HERE'S TO YOU 900 17,500
-- WALKER HAYES boom. 900 27,800
-- MARGO PRICE ALL AMERICAN MADE 800 22,600
-- DEVIN DAWSON DARK HORSE 800 11,400
-- SHANIA TWAIN NOW 800 219,200
-- MIRANDA LAMBERT THE WEIGHT OF THESE WINGS 800 425,500
-- BROTHERS OSBORNE PAWN SHOP 800 198,100
-- ERIC CHURCH MR. MISUNDERSTOOD 700 588,000
-- COLE SWINDELL YOU SHOULD BE HERE 700 312,300
-- LITTLE BIG TOWN THE BREAKER 700 164,400
-- MAREN MORRIS HERO 700 277,900
-- LADY ANTEBELLUM HEART BREAK 700 155,600
-- DUSTIN LYNCH CURRENT MOOD 700 69,600
-- LEE BRICE LEE BRICE 600 29,600
-- BRETT ELDREDGE BRETT ELDREDGE 600 78,600
-- CHRIS JANSON EVERYBODY 600 27,900
-- CARLY PEARCE EVERY LITTLE THING 600 28,000
-- TYLER CHILDERS PURGATORY 500 22,400
-- SARA EVANS WORDS 500 26,100
-- JASON ALDEAN THEY DON'T KNOW 500 431,500
-- ZAC BROWN BAND WELCOME HOME 400 298,000
-- GARTH BROOKS GUNSLINGER 400 145,200
-- RAELYNN WILDHORSE 400 46,400
-- MITCHELL TENPENNY MITCHELL TENPENNY EP 400 400
-- REBA MCENTIRE SING IT NOW: SONGS OF FAITH 300 112,900
-- HOME FREE TIMELESS 400 35,000
-- LEE ANN WOMACK THE LONELY, LONESOME & GONE 300 10,100
-- DANIELLE BRADBERY I DON'T BELIEVE WE'VE MET 300 21,000
-- KIP MOORE SLOWHEART 300 46,200
-- AARON WATSON VAQUERO 300 68,800
-- WADE BOWEN SOLID GROUND 300 4,500
-- JAKE OWEN GREATEST HITS 300 8,200
-- JOEY MARTIN FEEK IF NOT FOR YOU 300 64,100
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