US Billboard Charts (23/06/2018)

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Postby BrainDamageII » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:43 pm

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Rank Artist/Event Venue City/State Event Dates Gross Sales Attend/ Capacity Shows/Sellouts Prices Promoters
1 Bruno Mars Saitama Super Arena Saitama, Japan April 11-12, 14-15, 2018 $15,531,450 90,672 / 90,672 4 / 4 $172.24, $88.45 H.I.P./Live Nation
2 Bruno Mars Mercedes-Benz Arena Shanghai, China April 20-21, 23, 2018 $5,932,991 35,564 / 35,564 3 / 3 $361.38, $91.93 Live Nation
3 Bruno Mars AsiaWorld-Arena Hong Kong, Hong Kong May 12-13, 2018 $4,814,281 27,847 / 27,847 2 / 2 $266.01, $100.39 Live Nation
4 Bruno Mars Indoor Stadium Singapore, Singapore May 6-7, 2018 $4,516,851 22,992 / 22,992 2 / 2 $260.38, $125.70 Live Nation
5 Bruno Mars SM Mall of Asia Arena Manila, Philippines May 3-4, 2018 $4,411,425 23,890 / 23,890 2 / 2 $461.97, $41.06 MMI Live/Live Nation
6 Bruno Mars Impact Arena Bangkok, Thailand April 30, May 1, 2018 $4,311,275 21,607 / 21,607 2 / 2 $86.35, $24.61 Live Nation
7 Bruno Mars CotaiArena Cotai, Macau April 27-28, 2018 $4,131,652 23,861 / 23,861 2 / 2 $357.33, $13.36 Live Nation
8 Bruno Mars Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall Taipei, Taiwan 17-Apr-18 $3,273,545 20,020 / 20,020 1 / 1 $263.64, $60.84 Live Nation
9 Enrique Iglesias HaYarkon Park Tel Aviv, Israel 27-May-18 $2,946,286 41,365 / 41,365 1 / 1 $183.73, $79.95 Live Nation
10 Bruno Mars Axiata Arena Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 09-May-18 $1,819,083 11,065 / 11,065 1 / 1 $222.85, $99.88 PR Worldwide/Live Nation
11 Enrique Iglesias O2 Arena Prague, Czech Republic May 7-8, 2018 $1,299,875 27,012 / 27,012 2 / 2 $93.35, $41.75 Art BG
12 Enrique Iglesias Dvorana Stozice Ljubljana, Slovenia May 12-13, 2018 $1,064,168 21,845 / 21,845 2 / 2 $150, $50 Art BG
13 Enrique Iglesias Royal Arena Copenhagen, Denmark 03-Jun-18 $938,847 12,509 / 12,509 1 / 1 $150, $50 Art BG
14 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Caitlyn Smith Giant Center Hershey, Pa. 12-Jun-18 $905,605 9,257 / 9,257 1 / 1 $132, $69.50 Messina Touring Group
15 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Caitlyn Smith Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. 15-Jun-18 $781,038 7,807 / 7,807 1 / 1 $149, $79 Messina Touring Group
16 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Caitlyn Smith SNHU Arena Manchester, N.H. 16-Jun-18 $772,539 8,499 / 8,499 1 / 1 $137, $48.50 Messina Touring Group
17 Khalid Greek Theatre Los Angeles, Calif. May 9-10, 2018 $762,820 11,106 / 11,106 2 / 2 $65.95, $40.95 Live Nation
18 Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, Caitlyn Smith NYCB Live, Home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, N.Y. 14-Jun-18 $751,624 8,734 / 8,734 1 / 1 $151, $29 Messina Touring Group
19 El Fantasma, Voz de Mando , El Potro de Sinaloa, Kanales Allstate Arena Rosemont, Ill. 09-Jun-18 $750,336 7,524 / 8,500 1 / 0 $159, $39 Cardenas Marketing Network/Viva Entertainment
20 Khalid RBC Echo Beach Toronto, Ontario May 30-31, 2018 $723,489 13,862 / 13,862 2 / 2 $46.15 Live Nation
21 Dave Matthews Band Brandon Amphitheater Brandon, Miss. 29-May-18 $680,575 7,688 / 7,688 1 / 1 $95, $85 Red Mountain Entertainment
22 Khalid Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, Colo. 14-May-18 $628,667 9,350 / 9,350 1 / 1 $60.95 Live Nation
23 Khalid Rogers Arena Vancouver, British Columbia 02-May-18 $579,478 13,470 / 13,470 1 / 1 $51.60, $23.86 Live Nation
24 Luis Miguel Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec 08-Jun-18 $578,200 7,224 / 8,800 1 / 0 $385.74, $30.82 evenko/Live Nation
25 Khalid Festival Pier at Penn's Landing Philadelphia, Pa. 25-May-18 $470,100 8,500 / 8,500 1 / 1 $50.95 Live Nation
26 Khalid Pier Six Pavilion Baltimore, Md. June 4-5, 2018 $465,849 8,167 / 8,167 2 / 2 $60.95, $40.95 Live Nation
27 Chicago & REO Speedwagon The Forum Inglewood, Calif. 15-Jun-18 $455,195 11,499 / 11,499 1 / 1 $149.50, $99.50, $59.50, $24.50 Live Nation
28 Khalid Moda Center Portland, Ore. 01-May-18 $424,002 7,974 / 7,974 1 / 1 $50.95 Live Nation
29 Khalid WaMu Theater Seattle, Wash. 03-May-18 $386,519 7,065 / 7,065 1 / 1 $50.95 Live Nation
30 Niall Horan, Maren Morris Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane, Australia 03-Jun-18 $382,655 4,550 / 4,550 1 / 0 $100.08, $52.88 TEG Live
31 Khalid Meadow Brook Amphitheatre Rochester, Mich. 01-Jun-18 $371,966 7,498 / 7,498 1 / 1 $60.95, $35.50 Live Nation
32 Kip Moore & Lee Brice Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Brisbane, Australia 21-Apr-18 $344,142 4,568 / 4,702 1 / 0 $76.12 Chugg Touring/Rob Potts Entertainment Edge
33 Khalid Allen Event Center Allen, Texas 16-May-18 $344,067 6,642 / 6,642 1 / 1 $50.95, $40.95 Live Nation
34 Khalid Smart Financial Centre Sugar Land, Texas 18-May-18 $344,046 6,035 / 6,035 1 / 1 $60.95, $40.95 Live Nation
35 Marc Dupre Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec 09-Jun-18 $331,625 7,130 / 7,130 1 / 1 $57.80, $19.27 evenko
36 Kip Moore & Lee Brice Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre Tamworth, Australia 23-Apr-18 $314,225 4,220 / 4,763 1 / 0 $75.90 Chugg Touring/Rob Potts Entertainment Edge
37 Slayer Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. 01-Jun-18 $284,400 6,391 / 6,391 1 / 1 $44.50 Live Nation
38 Khalid Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, N.C. 07-Jun-18 $284,025 5,620 / 5,620 1 / 1 $50.95, $35.50 Live Nation
39 Vance Joy, Alice Merton Prospect Park Bandshell Brooklyn, N.Y. 14-Jun-18 $277,827 5,765 / 5,765 1 / 1 $60, $54.50 Messina Touring Group
40 Khalid Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre Wallingford, Conn. 26-May-18 $276,551 4,355 / 4,355 1 / 1 $76.95, $49.95 Live Nation
41 Khalid Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre Charlotte, N.C. 23-May-18 $271,687 4,903 / 4,903 1 / 1 $50.95, $35.50 Live Nation
42 Vance Joy, Mondo Cozmo The Anthem Washington, D.C. 12-Jun-18 $248,422 4,951 / 4,951 1 / 1 $95, $55 Messina Touring Group/I.M.P.
43 Vance Joy, Alice Merton Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Boston, Mass. 15-Jun-18 $238,163 5,172 / 5,172 1 / 1 $59.50, $29.50 Messina Touring Group
44 Simple Plan Forum Melbourne, Australia April 23-24, 2018 $236,028 4,002 / 4,002 2 / 2 $60.57 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
45 Thirty Seconds to Mars Place Bell Laval, Quebec 08-Jun-18 $213,820 4,462 / 5,500 1 / 0 $82.16, $43.59 evenko/Live Nation/Greenland Productions
46 Kip Moore & Lee Brice Enmore Theatre Sydney, Australia 22-Apr-18 $182,002 2,474 / 2,500 1 / 0 $75.90 Chugg Touring/Rob Potts Entertainment Edge
47 Flo Rida Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, Conn. 07-Jun-18 $178,197 2,986 / 6,722 1 / 0 $500, $100, $59, $39 in-house
48 Lea Michele & Darren Criss New Jersey Performing Arts Center Newark, N.J. 09-Jun-18 $176,294 2,838 / 2,838 1 / 0 $99, $69, $59, $39 Metropolitan Entertainment Consultants/in-house
49 Simple Plan The Big Top at Luna Park Sydney, Australia 27-Apr-18 $175,415 3,021 / 3,021 1 / 1 $59.77 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
50 Kip Moore & Lee Brice Forum Melbourne, Australia 25-Apr-18 $146,941 1,982 / 1,982 1 / 1 $75.28 Chugg Touring/Rob Potts Entertainment Edge
51 First Aid Kit Enmore Theatre Sydney, Australia 03-Apr-18 $142,468 2,411 / 2,476 1 / 0 $61.36 Chugg Entertainment/Laneway Presents/Penny Drop
52 Don McLean, Jarrod Dickenson Palladium London, England 09-May-18 $134,932 2,190 / 2,190 1 / 1 $71.07, $30.46 Triple A Entertainment
53 First Aid Kit The Croxton Melbourne, Australia April 5-6, 2018 $121,078 2,053 / 2,100 2 / 0 $69.28, $60.81 Chugg Entertainment/Laneway Presents/Penny Drop
54 The Decemberists Shelburne Museum Shelburne, Vt. 09-Jun-18 $120,825 2,705 / 3,108 1 / 0 $43.50, $39.50 Higher Ground/evenko
55 The Waterboys Palladium London, England 27-Apr-18 $120,368 2,009 / 2,150 1 / 0 $66.20, $26.83 Triple A Entertainment
56 Simple Plan Eatons Hill Hotel Brisbane, Australia 22-Apr-18 $116,284 1,974 / 2,046 1 / 0 $60.56 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
57 El Fantasma, Voz de Mando , El Potro de Sinaloa, Kanales Eagles Ballroom Milwaukee, Wis. 08-Jun-18 $114,800 1,568 / 1,800 1 / 0 $150, $50 Cardenas Marketing Network
58 Simple Plan Nightquarter Gold Coast, Australia 21-Apr-18 $109,397 1,851 / 2,100 1 / 0 $60.74 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
59 Vance Joy, Mondo Cozmo Palace Theatre Albany, N.Y. 11-Jun-18 $103,662 2,761 / 2,761 1 / 1 $49.50, $29.50 Messina Touring Group
60 I Love the 90's, Salt-N-Pepa, Kid N Play, Tone Loc, Young MC, Coolio, Rob Base Brandon Amphitheater Brandon, Miss. 08-Jun-18 $81,335 5,061 / 7,234 1 / 0 $65.50, $10 Red Mountain Entertainment
61 Christy Moore Bridgewater Hall Manchester, England 06-May-18 $77,504 1,714 / 1,714 1 / 1 $50.73, $28.74 Triple A Entertainment
62 Christy Moore Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, England 05-May-18 $72,783 1,550 / 1,550 1 / 1 $50.82, $28.80 Triple A Entertainment
63 Chromeo, Pomo 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. June 11-12, 2018 $70,994 1,844 / 2,400 2 / 0 $38.50 I.M.P.
64 Christy Moore Symphony Hall Birmingham, England 08-May-18 $66,932 1,528 / 1,600 1 / 0 $50.81, $28.79 Triple A Entertainment
65 Chelsea Handler State Theatre Minneapolis, Minn. 05-Jun-18 $66,057 950 / 1,990 1 / 0 $149, $15.75 Twin Cities Pride
66 Don McLean, Jarrod Dickenson Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, England 13-May-18 $63,640 1,268 / 1,450 1 / 0 $67, $25.38 Triple A Entertainment
67 Don McLean, Jarrod Dickenson Symphony Hall Birmingham, England 10-May-18 $62,767 1,272 / 1,530 1 / 0 $57.58, $28.79 Triple A Entertainment
68 The Waterboys Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, England 08-May-18 $62,628 1,356 / 1,520 1 / 0 $53.52, $23.71 Triple A Entertainment
69 Shakey Graves Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 16-Jun-18 $61,600 2,200 / 2,200 1 / 1 $30, $28 C3 Presents
70 Don McLean, Jarrod Dickenson Bridgewater Hall Manchester, England 07-May-18 $60,316 1,225 / 1,550 1 / 0 $57.49, $28.41 Triple A Entertainment
71 Simple Plan NEX Newcastle, Australia 26-Apr-18 $58,796 1,025 / 3,258 1 / 0 $59.81 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
72 The Waterboys Barbican Centre York, England 05-May-18 $56,740 1,248 / 1,325 1 / 0 $53.53, $27.10 Triple A Entertainment
73 First Aid Kit Melbourne Recital Centre Melbourne, Australia 07-Apr-18 $54,824 942 / 1,000 1 / 0 $65.27, $58.74 Chugg Entertainment/Laneway Presents/Penny Drop
74 The Waterboys Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, England 04-May-18 $53,607 1,177 / 1,497 1 / 0 $53.66, $27.17 Triple A Entertainment
75 The Waterboys Corn Exchange Cambridge, England 29-Apr-18 $53,378 1,120 / 1,200 1 / 0 $54.42, $24.11 Triple A Entertainment
76 Christy Moore Barbican Centre York, England 09-May-18 $47,404 1,100 / 1,257 1 / 0 $50.77, $28.77 Triple A Entertainment
77 Jacob Collier Metro Theatre Sydney, Australia 30-Apr-18 $45,906 1,199 / 1,199 1 / 1 $39.40 Chugg Touring
78 The Waterboys G Live Guildford, England 02-May-18 $45,537 960 / 960 1 / 1 $54.03, $27.36 Triple A Entertainment
79 Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 13-Jun-18 $44,000 800 / 1,200 1 / 0 $55 I.M.P.
80 Simple Plan Powerstation Auckland, New Zealand 19-Apr-18 $43,980 853 / 957 1 / 0 $57.87 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
81 The Waterboys Bournemouth Pavilion Bournemouth, England 26-Apr-18 $41,898 905 / 1,274 1 / 0 $55.10, $25.81 Triple A Entertainment
82 The Waterboys New Theatre Oxford, England 06-May-18 $41,351 930 / 1,323 1 / 0 $53.43, $27.05 Triple A Entertainment
83 Flatbush Zombies Emo's Austin, Texas 07-Jun-18 $38,750 1,550 / 1,550 1 / 1 $28, $25 C3 Presents/Scoremore Shows
84 The Glitch Mob, Elohim Emo's Austin, Texas 15-Jun-18 $38,750 1,550 / 1,550 1 / 0 $27, $25 C3 Presents
85 Frank Turner, Lucero, The Menzingers, The Homeless Gospel Choir Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 13-Jun-18 $37,845 1,388 / 2,200 1 / 0 $30, $27 C3 Presents
86 The Waterboys De Montfort Hall Leicester, England 12-May-18 $37,426 899 / 1,318 1 / 0 $53.48, $23.70 Triple A Entertainment
87 The Waterboys St. David's Hall Cardiff, Wales 01-May-18 $34,775 778 / 1,370 1 / 0 $54.35, $27.52 Triple A Entertainment
88 Brian Setzer Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 12-Jun-18 $33,920 848 / 2,200 1 / 0 $40 C3 Presents
89 The Waterboys Warwick Arts Centre Coventry, England 13-May-18 $32,507 780 / 1,040 1 / 0 $53.47, $23.69 Triple A Entertainment
90 Jacob Collier Howler Melbourne, Australia May 1-2, 2018 $31,832 819 / 840 2 / 0 $39.25 Chugg Touring
91 Eric Bibb, Felicia Neilsen Savoy London, England 06-May-18 $31,825 768 / 850 1 / 0 $47.34, $23.67 Triple A Entertainment
92 The Waterboys Watford Colosseum Watford, England 30-Apr-18 $29,081 673 / 1,253 1 / 0 $54.42, $27.55 Triple A Entertainment
93 Silverstein, Comeback Kid 170 Russell Melbourne, Australia 16-May-18 $24,388 744 / 1,000 1 / 0 $44.97, $37.10 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
94 Houndmouth, Liz Cooper 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 17-Jun-18 $24,270 809 / 1,200 1 / 0 $30 I.M.P.
95 Eric Bibb, Felicia Neilsen Royal Northern College of Music Manchester, England 05-May-18 $18,226 588 / 650 1 / 0 $33.88, $16.94 Triple A Entertainment
96 Eric Bibb, Rob Green St. George's Bristol, England 04-May-18 $17,795 562 / 562 1 / 1 $33.96, $16.98 Triple A Entertainment
97 Counterparts & Stray From The Path The Corner Hotel Melbourne, Australia 14-Apr-18 $17,177 500 / 750 1 / 0 $42.77, $36.08 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
98 Silverstein, Comeback Kid Manning Bar Sydney, Australia 18-May-18 $15,858 480 / 875 1 / 0 $37.23 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
99 Silverstein, Comeback Kid The Triffid Brisbane, Australia 20-May-18 $15,086 418 / 720 1 / 0 $37.16 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
100 Eric Bibb, Rob Green Town Hall Birmingham, England 03-May-18 $14,971 480 / 750 1 / 0 $34.03, $17.01 Triple A Entertainment
101 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Factory Sydney, Australia 18-Apr-18 $13,000 405 / 750 1 / 0 $42.74, $36.06 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
102 Wednesday 13 Manning Bar Sydney, Australia 27-Apr-18 $12,688 302 / 875 1 / 0 $49.18, $45.39, $38.91 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
103 Broncho, Sunflower Bean, Annabelle Chairlegs Scoot Inn Austin, Texas 09-Jun-18 $12,507 572 / 975 1 / 0 $25, $20 C3 Presents
104 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Woolly Mammoth Brisbane, Australia 20-Apr-18 $10,754 321 / 450 1 / 0 $42.73, $36.05 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
105 Whiskey Shivers, Otis the Destroyer Scoot Inn Austin, Texas 15-Jun-18 $10,304 653 / 975 1 / 0 $17, $14.50 C3 Presents
106 M. Ward, Cigarette 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 16-Jun-18 $9,930 331 / 1,200 1 / 0 $30 I.M.P.
107 Wednesday 13 The Triffid Brisbane, Australia 26-Apr-18 $9,774 232 / 720 1 / 0 $49.21, $45.43 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
108 Wednesday 13 The Corner Hotel Melbourne, Australia 28-Apr-18 $9,283 308 / 750 1 / 0 $49.14, $45.36 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
109 Who's Bad - A Tribute to Michael Jackson 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 15-Jun-18 $8,580 429 / 1,200 1 / 0 $20 I.M.P.
110 Silverstein, Comeback Kid Fowler’s Live Adelaide, Australia 15-May-18 $8,450 257 / 480 1 / 0 $45.27, $37.35 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
111 Silverstein, Comeback Kid Amplifier Perth, Australia 14-May-18 $8,252 239 / 450 1 / 0 $41.47, $37.32 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
112 Flight Facilities Theatre Corona Montreal, Quebec 07-Jun-18 $7,157 452 / 550 1 / 0 $19.33, $15.47 evenko/Greenland Productions
113 American Aquarium, Cory Branan 9:30 Club Washington, D.C. 15-Jun-18 $7,125 285 / 1,200 1 / 0 $25 I.M.P.
114 Silverstein, Comeback Kid Cambridge Hotel Newcastle, Australia 19-May-18 $6,967 200 / 400 1 / 0 $45.06, $37.17 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
115 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Amplifier Perth, Australia 13-Apr-18 $6,424 196 / 450 1 / 0 $42.65, $35.98 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
116 Sir Sly The Parish Austin, Texas 13-Jun-18 $6,375 425 / 425 1 / 1 $17, $15 C3 Presents
117 Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks Theatre Fairmount Montreal, Quebec 11-Jun-18 $5,807 294 / 420 1 / 0 $21.64, $19.32 Greenland Productions/evenko
118 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Fowler’s Live Adelaide, Australia 16-Apr-18 $5,103 155 / 480 1 / 0 $42.68, $36.01 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
119 Dirty Projectors, Buzzy Lee Le Belmont Montreal, Quebec 26-May-18 $4,061 171 / 225 1 / 0 $27.04, $23.18 Greenland Productions/evenko
120 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Small Ballroom Newcastle, Australia 19-Apr-18 $3,944 119 / 300 1 / 0 $42.74, $36.06 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
121 Black Pistol Fire Theatre Fairmount Montreal, Quebec 09-Jun-18 $3,573 244 / 290 1 / 0 $17.73, $14.64 Greenland Productions/evenko
122 Bruno Major Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 12-Jun-18 $3,000 250 / 250 1 / 1 $15, $12 C3 Presents
123 Counterparts & Stray From The Path Phoenix Youth Centre Melbourne, Australia 15-Apr-18 $2,665 100 / 220 1 / 0 $36 Chugg Touring/Destroy All Lines
124 Swimming With Bears, Summer Fires Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 08-Jun-18 $2,500 250 / 250 1 / 1 $10 C3 Presents
125 Drew Fish Band Stubb's Bar-B-Q/Waller Creek Amphitheatre Austin, Texas 07-Jun-18 $1,332 97 / 250 1 / 0 $15, $12 C3 Presents
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Postby HolidayGuy » Wed Jun 20, 2018 2:01 pm

Thanks for posting the charts and info, all. :)
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:38 am


With "Everything's Gonna Be Alright," Murphy ends the longest break between No. 1s, while Chesney earns his record-tying 29th leader.
David Lee Murphy and Kenny Chesney's "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" ascends 3-1 in its 32nd week on Billboard's Country Airplay chart (dated June 23). It increases 6 percent to 42 million audience impressions in the week ending June 17, according to Nielsen Music.

On the Hot Country Songs chart, which blends airplay, streaming and sales data, "Alright" ranks at No. 11 after reaching No. 9.

The song, co-written by Murphy, Jimmy Yeary and Chris Stevens, marks Murphy's second Country Airplay No. 1 (among six top 10s) and his first in 22 years, five months and three weeks. His first, "Dust on the Bottle," hit No. 1 on the chart dated Oct. 28, 1995, for its first of a two-week reign.

"I loved David Lee's music when he was making 'Dust on the Bottle' and [1995's No. 6-peaking] 'Party Crowd,' and I love it just as much now," Chesney tellsBillboard. "It's so great hearing his voice on the radio, and I'm honored to be part of this No. 1."

"This one's really special," says Murphy. "I've never received more heart-warming messages on a song in my life, and to stand there with Kenny and sing it to a stadium full of people singing it with us is unbelievable. [I have] so many people to thank, especially Kenny, for making this happen."

The gap between Murphy's No. 1s is the second-longest ever on the Country Airplay chart, which launched Jan. 20, 1990. Vince Gill holds the record, having returned to the penthouse when Chris Young's "Sober Saturday Night," featuring Gill, crowned the March 18, 2017-dated chart, 23 years and one week after his own "Tryin' to Get Over You" (March 12, 1994).

Murphy rewrites the record for longest break between No. 1s in a lead role on both songs. He more than doubles Garth Brooks' mark of 10 years and three months, between "More Than a Memory," which became the only song to debut at the pinnacle (Sept. 15, 2007), and "Ask Me How I Know" (Dec. 16, 2017).

Chesney makes his own history, as "Alright" is his 29th Country Airplay No. 1, tying him with Tim McGraw for the most leaders in the chart's archives. Alan Jackson and George Strait follow with 26 each.

Meanwhile, Chesney's solo single "Get Along" holds at No. 8 on Country Airplay after reaching No. 7 (32.7 million, up 7 percent).
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:39 am


"The Mountain" & "Bigger" bow at Nos. 1 & 2, respectively.
Dierks Bentley collects his seventh No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart (dated June 23), as his ninth full-length, The Mountain, launches with 102,000 equivalent album units (94,000 in traditional album sales) in the week ending June 14, according to Nielsen Music.

Both sums are new career bests, surpassing the entrance of Bentley's last LP, Black, which debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated June18, 2017, with 101,000 units (88,000 in traditional album sales). All of Bentley's No. 1 albums have arrived at the summit.

On the all-genre Billboard 200, The Mountain enters at No. 3, marking Bentley's ninth top 10.

"Woman, Amen," the first single from The Mountain, topped the Country Airplay chart dated June 16. On the airplay, streaming and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart, it rises 9-7, hitting a new peak.

"Today [June 18] is truly a full-circle moment for me, as I am back in Telluride [for the 45th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival], where this whole project started one year ago," Bentley told Billboard. "I am most thankful for my fans. They have been engaged in and connected to this recent journey in a way I've never seen before."

Below Bentley, Sugarland's Bigger bounds in at No. 2 on Top Country Albums (30,000 units; 26,000 in traditional album sales). It's the first new album for the duo ofJennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush since 2010's The Incredible Machine, which opened as the act's third No. 1 on the chart (203,000 sold). Bigger is Sugarland's seventh top five set on the list.

The new album has produced two singles so far: "Still the Same," which peaked at Nos. 26 and 35, respectively, on Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs, and "Babe," (featuring Taylor Swift), which hikes 29-16 on Hot Country Songs after surging to No. 8 on May 5 and holds at No. 28 on Country Airplay (7.7 million, down 1 percent) after reaching No. 27.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:41 am


In the wake of XXXTentacion’s death on June 18, the rapper/singer’s music sales increased by 1,603 percent in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music.

On June 18, his combined album and digital song sales grew to 33,000 copies sold -- up 1,603 percent from 2,000 sold on June 17. His biggest-selling song on June 18 was “Sad!,” with 6,000 sold -- up 1,143 percent compared to its sales a day earlier (just under 1,000).

“Sad!” was the controversial artist’s only top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart during his lifetime, peaking at No. 7 on the March 31-dated list. The song is housed on XXXTentacion’s ? album, which debuted atop the Billboard 200 that same week, marking his first chart-topper.

Industry forecasters expect the album to return to the top 10 on next week’s Billboard 200 chart (dated June 30), with more than 45,000 units earned in the week ending June 21. On the current chart (dated June 23, reflecting the tracking week ending June 14), the set stood at No. 24 with 19,000 units earned, according to Nielsen Music.

XXXTentacion made his Billboard chart debut in February 2017 and collected 16 hits on the Hot 100 and three entries on the Billboard 200. However, his chart success was concurrent with persistent legal trouble. At the time of his death, he was awaiting trial on more than a dozen felony charges and allegations of domestic violence against his then-pregnant girlfriend.
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Kanye West & Kid Cudi's collab brings the late Prima back to the chart for the first time since 1961.
Nearly 40 years after his passing, Louis Prima makes history on the Billboard Hot 100.

The jazz trumpeter, singer, composer and bandleader, who died in August 1978, debuts at No. 42 on the chart (dated June 23) as the featured artist on Kids See Ghosts' song "4th Dimension." Kids See Ghosts is the tandem of Kanye West and Kid Cudi, whose self-titled first album under that billing debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Prima had last appeared on the Hot 100 dated Feb. 13, 1961, with the song "Wonderland by Night." He, thus, ends a record break of 57 years, four months and two weeks between Hot 100 appearances. (The Hot 100 launched on Aug. 4, 1958.)

Prima receives credit on "Dimension" as the song contains a sample of "What Will Santa Claus Say (When He Finds Everybody Swingin')," which he wrote and performed; it was originally released in 1936.

Prima passes another late artist, Bobby Helms, whose span between Hot 100 visits covered 54 years, 11 months and two weeks, thanks to the same song: his Christmas classic "Jingle Bell Rock." The carol had last appeared on the chart dated Dec. 29, 1962 (after debuting in December 1958), until it returned on Jan. 9, 2016. (A rule change to allow older songs to re-enter the Hot 100 if ranking in the top 50 has resulted in several holiday hits returning this decade.)

As Helms' hiatus involved the same single, Prima passes the late Burl Ives for the longest break between Hot 100 hits involving different titles: Ives charted with "Pearly Shells (Popo O Ewa)," which logged its last week on the list dated Oct. 17, 1964, and didn't return until his holiday chestnut "A Holly Jolly Christmas" made its first appearance on the chart dated Jan. 7, 2017, ending a gap of 54 years, two months and three weeks.

If we count acts returning with new releases (unlike Ives), Prima bests The Chipmunks, who waited 45 years and one week between "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)," last on the Hot 100 dated Dec. 29, 1962, and "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) (2007)," which bowed on Jan. 5, 2008.

And, if we narrow the search down to acts reappearing with new compositions (as opposed to remakes, like The Chipmunks'), Prima passes legend Tony Bennett, who went 43 years, 10 months and one week between charted Hot 100 titles: "For Once in My Life," last on the chart dated Nov. 25, 1967, and his Amy Winehouse duet "Body and Soul," which debuted on Oct. 1, 2011.

As for Kids See Ghosts, "4th Dimension" is one of seven songs that the duo debuts on the Hot 100, encompassing the album's entire track list. The others: "Reborn" (No. 39); "Feel the Love" (No. 47); "Freeee (Ghost Town, Pt. 2)" (No. 62); "Fire" (No. 67); "Cudi Montage" (No. 69); and the act and album namesake "Kids See Ghosts" (No. 73).

Unlike Prima, West waited no time between Hot 100 visits: A week ago, he debuted all seven songs from his new solo set, Ye.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:45 am


The group reigns as its new album 'Come Tomorrow' launches atop the Billboard 200.
Dave Matthews Band is the top musical act in the U.S., debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated June 23).

The Artist 100 measures artist activity across key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of artist popularity.

DMB posts its first week atop the Artist 100 (which launched in July 2014), as its new album Come Tomorrow debuts as the band's seventh No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 292,000 equivalent album units in the week ending June 14, according to Nielsen Music.

Over halfway through 2018, the act is the third rock band to top the Artist 100 this year, following Bon Jovi (March 10) and Fall Out Boy (Feb. 3). In all of 2017, seven rock groups led the list: Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, The Killers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and U2. That was up from four rock duos or groups in 2016 (The Lumineers, Blink-182, twenty one pilots and Bon Jovi) and just one in 2015 (Mumford & Sons).

Post Malone holds at No. 2 on the Artist 100, and Kids See Ghosts, the pairing of Kanye West and Kid Cudi, debuts at No. 3 as their collaborative album Kids See Ghosts opens at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (142,00 units).

Rounding out the Artist 100's top five, Dierks Bentley blasts 78-4, as his new set The Mountain enters the Billboard 200 at No. 3 (102,000 units), and Drake drops 3-5.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:47 am


The rapper's "SAD!" amassed 10.4 million streams on June 19, the day following his death.
On Tuesday, the day after XXXTentacion was fatally shot at the age of 20, the singer-songwriter's "SAD!" broke the single-day record for Spotify streams that had been held by Taylor Swift, a source tells Billboard.

"SAD!" amassed 10.4 million streams on Spotify June 19, according to Spotifycharts.com; Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" racked up 10.1 million streams on the service the day it was released, August 25, 2017.

Helping XXXTentacion's single break Swift's record were about 15 million new paying subscribers: Spotify counts more than 75 million subscribers now, up from about 60 million at the end of July 2017. Spotify's free user base has ballooned as well.

Spotify had removed "SAD!" from its top playlists including Rap Caviar in May after announcing a new "hateful conduct" policy, as XXXTentacion had been charged -- but not convicted -- of several felonies, including domestic violence and witness tampering. But Spotify restored the track on Rap Caviar weeks ago after telling the artist's camp weeks ago that it would do so, admitting that the rollout of the policy had been flawed. The day of his death, Spotify moved "Sad!" to the top of its Rap Caviar playlist, and included a tribute to the artist on the service as well.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:48 am


New single "I Want You" also gives the band their 16th top 10 hit on World Digital Songs.
SHINee's grand 10-year anniversary comeback keeps getting grander with a rare hat trick on the charts this week.

The long-running boy band's latest release, The Story Of Light' EP.2 : The 6th Mini Album, debuts at No. 4 on Billboard's World Albums chart. The new set sold 1,000 copies in the week ending June 14, according to Nielsen Music. A few rungs down the tally, the group's Story Of Light' EP.1 sits at No. 11 for its third week on the chart.

The double appearance of different albums from one act on World Albums makes SHINee just the fifth K-pop act to score two simultaneous entries on the chart for the same week. To date, that feat had only been accomplished by EXO (for one week), Tablo (also for one week), G-Dragon (for five different weeks) and BTS (42 different weeks).

As previously reported, SHINee's EP.1 earned the guys their eighth top 5 album on World Albums. With EP.2 scoring the band yet another, SHINee now tie BTS for most top 5 albums from K-pop acts on the chart with nine apiece.

Elsewhere on the charts, EP.2 also debuts at No. 5 on the Heatseekers Albums chart -- SHINee's fourth top 5 entry there -- as well as their new single "I Want You" starts at No. 10 on the World Digital Song Sales chart for their 16th top 10 entry on the ranking. SHINee's Story Of Light' EP.1 EP and single "View" both peaked at No. 2 on Heatseekers Albums and World Digital Songs, respectively, marking the band's best rankings on both charts.

The third and final installment in SHINee's The Story of Light trilogy will arrive on June 25, fronted by new single "Our Page," and is expected to also make a dent on the charts upon arrival. If they can land all three Light EPs is to be seen, but what's clear is that SHINee's 10-year anniversary is cause for a celebration not only for the beloved K-pop group and its fans, but for its increasing chart accomplishments.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:50 am


Plus: XXXTentacion’s former No. 1 “?” may return to top five, Nas and Christina Aguilera also set for top 10 debuts.
The Carters’ Everything Is Love and 5 Seconds of Summer’s Youngblood are each vying for a No. 1 debut on next week’s Billboard 200 albums chart, according to industry forecasters.

Youngblood could launch with around 110,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending June 21. Meanwhile, due to the unique surprise release and staggered rollout of Everything Is Love, a first-week forecast is more difficult to pin down at the moment.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The top 10 of the June 30-dated Billboard 200 chart (where The Carters and 5 Seconds of Summer are slated to bow) is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard’s websites on Sunday, June 24.

The husband-and-wife team of JAY-Z and Beyoncé, as The Carters, surprise-released Everything Is Love midday Saturday, June 16, via S.C. Enterprises/Parkwood/Roc Nation. The album dropped without warning, and was initially only available to stream and purchase (as a digital album) through Tidal. By the morning of June 18, the set was widely available through subscription tiers on audio streaming services and digital retail outlets. It has not been announced if the album will be issued on CD or any other physical configuration.

The album will bow on the Billboard 200 from less than six full days of activity at Tidal, and only five days of activity at all other digital retailers and streamers.

Comparatively, 5 Seconds of Summer’s Youngblood will start on the list with a full seven days of activity, as the set arrived to market on June 15 (a Friday, the traditional day for new albums to be released).

The set -- the group’s third full-length studio effort -- was released via One Mode/Capitol Records across all streamers and on CD, vinyl LP, digital download and even cassette. Youngblood follows 5 Seconds of Summer’s first two full-length studio sets: 2015’s Sounds Good Feels Good and its 2014 self-titled debut, both of which debuted at No. 1. The group also charted with a live set (LIVESOS, No. 13 in 2015) and an introductory EP (She Looks So Perfect, No. 2 in 2014).

Helping 5 Seconds of Summer are sales generated by merchandise/album bundles sold via the group’s official site, as well as a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with its 2018 U.S. tour.

Youngblood was announced on April 9, and slated for a June 22 release. By June 1, that released date was pushed up to June 15.

Youngblood was introduced by the single “Want You Back,” which bowed on Feb. 22. The cut reached No. 25 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, and was followed the set’s title track, which has so-far climbed to No. 31 (on the most-recently-compiled chart, dated June 23).

Elsewhere in next week’s top 10, watch for XXXTentacion’s former No. 1, ?, to return to the top five. The album is set for a big jump on the chart following the death of the rapper/singer on June 18, after he was shot in Deerfield, Florida. The set could collect over 80,000 units in the week ending June 21 – up from 19,000 in the frame ending June 14, according to Nielsen Music. The album debuted at No. 1 on the March 31-dated list, marking his first leader.

Also in next week’s busy top 10: both Nas’ NASIR and Christina Aguilera’s Liberation should arrive in the region. Both could start with between 70,000 to 75,000 units. If the albums bow in the top 10, they will garner Nas his 11th top 10, and Aguilera her seventh.
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1 1 1 10 Te Bote  - Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Bad Bunny 
2 2 10 3 Girls Like You  - Maroon 5 Featuring Cardi B 
3 3 2 7 Sin Pijama  - Becky G + Natti Natasha 
4 New 1 Lagi Syantik  - Siti Badriah 
5 5 3 3 I Like It  - Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin 
6 8 5 10 Dame Tu Cosita  - El Chombo Featuring Cutty Ranks 
7 4 4 16 X  - Nicky Jam x J Balvin 
8 6 6 9 No Tears Left To Cry  - Ariana Grande 
9 10 – 2 Nena Maldicion  - Paulo Londra Featuring Lenny Tavarez 
10 24 – 15 Me Niego  - Reik Featuring Ozuna & Wisin 
11 New 1 Made In India  - Guru Randhawa 
12 9 12 6 Mi Cama  - Karol G 
13 New 1 Live It Up (The Official Song Of The 2018 World Cup Russia)  - Nicky Jam Featuring Will Smith Era Istrefi 
14 New 1 Kar Har Maidaan Fateh  - Sukhwinder Singh, Shreya Ghoshal & Vikram Montrose 
15 New 1 Yalniz Cickek  - Aleyna Tilki Featuring Emrah Karaduman 
16 7 7 6 This Is America  - Childish Gambino 
17 New 1 Calypso  - Luis Fonsi, Stefflon Don 
18 13 11 6 One Kiss  - Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa 
19 11 – 3 Back To You  - Selena Gomez 
20 15 16 73 Despacito  - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber 
21 22 14 20 God's Plan  - Drake 
22 16 – 31 New Rules  - Dua Lipa 
23 14 15 21 Dura  - Daddy Yankee 
24 17 20 6 Te Amo  - Piso 21 + Paulo Londra 
25 18 18 21 Dejala Que Vuelva  - Piso 21 Featuring Manuel Turizo 
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2 5 10 12 Leave A Light On  - Tom Walker 
3 4 6 4 Solo  - Clean Bandit Featuring Demi Lovato 
4 2 2 11 Flames  - David Guetta & Sia 
5 3 3 6 I'll Be There  - Jess Glynne 
6 8 – 2 Shotgun  - George Ezra 
7 6 4 9 No Tears Left To Cry  - Ariana Grande 
8 7 5 8 2002  - Anne-Marie 
9 9 – 2 Girls Like You  - Maroon 5 Featuring Cardi B 
10 11 8 5 Familiar  - Liam Payne & J Balvin 
11 New 1 Back To You  - Selena Gomez 
12 14 – 2 I Like It  - Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin 
13 10 13 8 La Cintura  - Alvaro Soler 
14 13 7 13 In My Blood  - Shawn Mendes 
15 New 1 In My Mind  - Dynoro & Gigi D'Agostino 
16 18 – 2 If You're Over Me  - Years & Years 
17 20 – 2 Je Ne Parle Pas Francais  - Namika Featuring Black M 
18 15 12 24 This Is Me  - Keala Settle & The Greatest Showman Ensemble 
19 12 9 16 Paradise  - George Ezra 
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2 New 1 Lush  - Snail Mail 
3 2 – 2 Laid Black  - Marcus Miller 
4 New 1 Return Of Enki  - Donny Arcade 
5 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
6 New 1 Now  - Merlon Devine 
7 New 1 Shannon In Nashville  - Shannon Shaw 
8 New 1 Epiphany  - Raymond Dickerson's Command And Control 
9 New 1 5 Clubs, 5 Sets, 1 Night: A NYC Comedy Experience...  - Andrew Schulz 
10 Re-Entry 3 Lift Him Up  - The Guardians 
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2 New 1 Lush  - Snail Mail 
3 1 – 2 Musica  - Yaakov Shwekey 
4 5 – 2 Dear God  - YM 
5 New 1 5 Clubs, 5 Sets, 1 Night: A NYC Comedy Experience...  - Andrew Schulz 
6 New 1 Shannon In Nashville  - Shannon Shaw 
7 Re-Entry 2 Belle Of The West  - Samantha Fish 
8 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
9 New 1 Mental Wounds Not Healing  - Uniform & The Body 
10 New 1 Madly In Love At The End Of The World  - The Clarks 
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2 New 1 Lush  - Snail Mail 
3 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
4 New 1 Silver Lining  - Michael Lington 
5 Re-Entry 20 Jukebox: The Ultimate Playlist - Human Nature 
6 New 1 'The Story Of Light' EP.2 : The 6th Mini Album  - SHINee 
7 New 1 Problem Child  - Dany Franchi 
8 New 1 The Sound Of Steel  - Exmortus 
9 New 1 5 Clubs, 5 Sets, 1 Night: A NYC Comedy Experience...  - Andrew Schulz 
10 New 1 Return Of Enki  - Donny Arcade 
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3 1 – 2 Golden Walker  - Will Dailey 
4 2 – 2 Downey To Lubbock  - Dave Alvin And Jimmie Dale Gilmore 
5 New 1 soil  - serpentwithfeet 
6 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
7 Re-Entry 3 No Roots (EP)  - Alice Merton 
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9 New 1 Coming In Hot  - Diamante 
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3 New 1 Lush  - Snail Mail 
4 6 – 2 En El Camino  - El Fantasma y Su Equipo Armado 
5 New 1 Shannon In Nashville  - Shannon Shaw 
6 8 6 11 Pacifica  - Armik 
7 New 1 'The Story Of Light' EP.2 : The 6th Mini Album  - SHINee 
8 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
9 New 1 Siempre Firme  - Banda Rancho Viejo de Julio Aramburo La Bandononon Desde El Ion de Los Peraza 
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4 New 1 Brand New Shade Of Blue - Junior Sisk 
5 New 1 Praise Experience II: Live  - Jay Williams And Total Praise 
6 New 1 5 Clubs, 5 Sets, 1 Night: A NYC Comedy Experience...  - Andrew Schulz 
7 New 1 'The Story Of Light' EP.2 : The 6th Mini Album  - SHINee 
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3 New 1 Lush  - Snail Mail 
4 10 4 23 Purgatory  - Tyler Childers 
5 New 1 Blood And Bones  - Bob Schneider 
6 7 – 2 VBS 2018 Game On! Music For Kids (EP)  - LifeWay Kids Worship 
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3 New 1 Stranger Fruit  - Zeal & Ardor 
4 6 – 2 Hope For The Broken  - Convictions 
5 Re-Entry 2 Into The Wild  - Manic Drive 
6 Re-Entry 2 No Roots (EP)  - Alice Merton 
7 2 – 2 My Soul Sings Out: Live  - Eagle Brook Music 
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:15 pm


David Lee Murphy, Kenny Chesney Doin’ ‘Alright’ On Country Chart; Florida Georgia Line Keeps It ‘Simple’
In this week’s issue:

• Singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas taps the spirit of Nashville’s music community with a unique deal — a recording contract funded by a music publisher that has no stake in her songwriting royalties
• David Lee Murphy, Kenny Chesney doin’ “Alright” with historic chart feat
• ACM enlists Hillary Scott, Craig Morgan, Cassadee Pope for annual Lifting Lives camp
• Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Travis Tritt headed for primetime
• Makin’ Tracks: Florida Georgia Line has “Simple” idea under its “spell”
• Country Coda: Desert Rose Band’s “Blue” period revisited
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"No Tears Left to Cry" is Grande's first No. 1 as a lead act, while U2 earns its first top 10 this decade.
Ariana Grande grabs her second No. 1, and first as a lead artist, on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart (dated June 23) with "No Tears Left to Cry" (2-1). The track was remixed by StoneBridge, Junior Sanchez and Eric Kupper, among others.

Beginning with "Baby I" (a No. 18 hit in November 2013), Grande has amassed 12 Dance Club Songs entries, including five top 10s and her two toppers. She first led with "Over and Over Again" (by Nathan Sykes featuring Grande), which climbed to the summit on Feb. 27, 2016. Her other top 10s are "Right There" (featuring Big Sean; No. 8, February 2014); "Break Free" (featuring Zedd; No. 3, October 2014); and "Into You" (No. 8, August 2016).

MAKE 'WAY' FOR U2: U2 also shines on Dance Club Songs as "Love Is Bigger Than Anything in Its Way" surges 17-9, becoming the band's sixth top 10 and first this decade. The Songs of Experience track was remixed by Cheat Codes, Will Clarke and Funk Hunters, among others.

U2 earns its first top 10 on the tally in nine years, since the No. 2-peaking "Magnificent" in July 2009.

U2 first hit Dance Club Songs (then known as the Disco Top 100) with its classic "I Will Follow," which hit No. 34 in May 1981. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers have accumulated 12 chart hits, including its six top 10s and three No. 1s: "Lemon" (December 1993), "Discotheque" (two weeks, March 1997) and "Beautiful Day" (February 2001).

MARSHMELLO, VAN BUUREN BOW: Marshmello marches onto Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at No. 15 with "Tell Me", the chart's top debut. The EDM track sold 1,000 downloads in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music; the sum is also good for a No. 10 entry on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales.

"Tell Me," which also totaled 1.6 million U.S. streams, is the masked DJ's 16th entry on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. His two former No. 1s, "Silence," featuring Khalid, and "Wolves," with Selena Gomez, both continue in the top five, at Nos. 4 and 5, respectively.

Plus, trance king Armin van Buuren blasts onto Dance/Electronic Album Sales at N0. 11 with the EP Blah Blah Blah. The set is his record-extending 41st charted title on the chart: he even has more than all soundtracks combined (39) and nearly twice as many as his closest artist competitor, Tiesto (22), dating to the chart's June 2001 inception.
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Each week, Billboard Dance looks at songs & albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Lucas & Steve x Brandy, "I Could Be Wrong"

Dutch DJ duo Lucas & Steve (Lucas de Wert and Steven Jansen), teaming with veteran R&B singer Brandy, debuts at No. 47 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated June 23) with "I Could Be Wrong." It's the first chart hit for Lucas & Steve and the second for Brandy, who reached No. 20 in February 2016 with "The Girl Is Mine" (credited to 99 Souls featuring Destiny's Child & Brandy). "Wrong" earned 355,000 U.S. streams in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.

Studio Killers, "Party Like It's Your Birthday"

European electronic audio visual collective Studio Killers (Cherry, Goldie Foxx and Dyna Mink) command their first appearance on a Billboard dance chart, beginning at No. 17 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales with "Party Like It's Your Birthday," which song sold 1,000 downloads in the tracking week. "Party" also starts at No. 9 on Finland Digital Song Sales, where the act has logged three hits, previously charting with "Jenny" (No. 3, 2013) and "Ode to the Bouncer" (No. 9, 2011).

Chicane, The Place You Can't Remember, The Place You Can't Forget

UK-based trance act Chicane (aka Nicholas Bracegirdle) chugs onto Dance/Electronic Album Sales at No. 8 with The Place You Can't Remember, The Place You Can't Forget. It's the act's first top 10 in four appearances and its best sales week (1,000) since its first charted set, The Sum of Its Parts (also 1,000, although slightly higher than the new set's sum before rounding off; No. 20, February 2015). Chicane scored three top 10s among four entries on Dance Club Songs in1997-2000: "Offshore" (No. 5, 1997), "Strong in Love" (featuring Mason; No. 5, 1998) and "Don't Give Up" (featuring Bryan Adams; No. 3, 2000).
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Ella Mai claims her first No. 1 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay as “Boo’d Up” lifts 2-1 on the chart dated June 23. “Boo’d” bumps with a 6 percent jump in audience impressions to 34 million in the week ending June 17, according to Nielsen Music. The single also hits new highs on two other radio charts: Rhythmic Songs (8-7, up 17 percent in plays for the week) and Adult R&B Songs (11-8, up 23 percent in weekly plays).

Back to R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay: As “Boo’d” lifts, it becomes the first R&B song to top the tally in 2018. The last such record to reach the summit was “Wild Thoughts,” by DJ Khaled featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, which ruled for five weeks in August-September 2017. In between “Thoughts” and “Boo’d,” rap songs dominated the chart’s top slot for 39 consecutive weeks.

In addition, “Boo’d” scores the first No. 1 by a lead female R&B artist since Rihanna’s “Needed Me” ruled for two weeks in October 2016. Even further, “Boo’d” is the first debut single by a female R&B act to scale the summit since Jhene Aiko’s “The Worst” reigned for three frames in May 2014. (The last debut single by any lead R&B act to reach No. 1 was Tory Lanez's "Say It" on Feb. 16, 2016.)

Mai evicts Drake from the penthouse after a lengthy stay: He governed the chart for 16 straight weeks, courtesy of three different songs: "God’s Plan” (nine weeks), a featured turn on BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive” (two weeks) and “Nice for What” (five weeks).

Drake’s 16-week sprint was the longest any one artist occupied the No. 1 slot since he did it in 2016. That year, his “One Dance,” featuring WizKid and Kyla, led for nine weeks before ceding to “Controlla,” which logged seven weeks in charge. The last act to reign for more than 16 consecutive frames was Miguel, whose “Adorn” managed 23 successive weeks at the top in 2012-2013, still the record for most weeks at No. 1 among all songs in the chart’s history.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:52 am


It's the band's fifth leader on the list and first since 2015.
Florence + the Machine tops Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart for a fifth time, as "Hunger" rises 4-1 on the June 23-dated list.

"Hunger" reaches the top of the chart in its sixth week, marking the second-quickest ascent to No. 1 in 2018. Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats' "You Worry Me" took just four weeks.

With its fifth No. 1, Florence + the Machine, fronted by Florence Welch, boast the second-most Adult Alternative Songs chart-toppers by a woman or a woman-led act in the chart's 22-year history, passing Norah Jones' four. Only Sheryl Crow, with seven No. 1s, has more.

Most Adult Alternative Songs No. 1s By Solo Women or Female-Fronted Acts

7, Sheryl Crow

5, Florence + the Machine

4, Norah Jones

3, Adele

3, Of Monsters and Men (vocals shared between female Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir and male Ragnar Þórhallsson)

Florence + the Machine had last led when "Ship to Wreck" ruled for three weeks in October 2015.

"Hunger" concurrently holds at its No. 12 peak on Alternative Songs and becomes the band's fifth top 10 on the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart, lifting 12-10 with 5.9 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

The song is the lead single from High as Hope, Florence + the Machine's fourth studio album, due June 29.
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