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    by » Thu May 16th, 2019, 15:27

    A perfect pop era in Germany

    #1 album
    #1 single
    3 Top 10 singles
    1 million album seller
    Certified DVD
    Huge German Tour of 10 dates

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    Oops I Did It Again - Album:

    Chart-Run: 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 6, 4, 3, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 7, 9, 8, 12, 9, 13, 15, 20, 16, 16, 12, 9, 8, 10, 12, 14, 22, 28, 30, 34, 41, 47, 47, 56, 55, 56, 69, 68, 67, 72, 93, 93, Out


    Peak: #1 (2 weeks)
    Top 10: 25 weeks
    Chart: 50 weeks
    Year-End Chart position: #3
    Certification: 3x Platinum (900,000 units)

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    Oops I Did It Again - Single:

    Chart-Run: 3, 4, 2, 4, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11, 19, 20, 22, 24, 28, 41, 50, 63, 74, Out


    Peak: #2
    Top 10: 8 weeks
    Chart: 18 weeks
    Year-End Chart Position: #15
    Certification: Gold (250,000 units)

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    Lucky - Single:

    Chart-Run: 2, 2, 1, 1, 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 13, 16, 21, 22, 28, 40, 45, 51, 59, Out


    Peak: #1 (3 weeks)
    Top 10: 9 weeks
    Chart: 18 weeks
    Year-End Chart Position: #10
    Certification: Gold (250,000 units)

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    Stronger - Single:

    Chart-Run: 6, 9, 6, 4, 6, 5, 11, 17, 24, 33, 45, 50, 66, 84, Out


    Peak: #4
    Top 10: 6 weeks
    Chart: 14 weeks
    Year-End Chart Position: #61
    Certification: Gold (250,000 units)

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    Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know - Single:

    Chart-Run: 12, 23, 22, 27, 26, 36, 46, 57, 62, Out


    Peak: #12
    Chart: 9 weeks

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    Live And More! - DVD:

    Certification: Gold (25,000 units)

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    Oops I Did It Again - German Tour:

    1. October 17, 2000: Bielefeld, Germany - Stadhalle - 9,319 / 9,902 - $269,767 (94%)
    2. October 19, 2000: Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhallen Dortmund Gmbh - 12,246 / 13,290 - $333,584 (92%)
    3. October 20, 2000: Stuttgart, Germany - Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle - 12,297 / 13,027 - $309,336 (94%)
    4. October 26, 2000: Munich, Germany - Munich Ger Olympiahalle - 11,071 / 11,071 - $293,936 (100%)
    5. October 28, 2000: Kiel, Germany - Ostseehalle Kiel - 9,550 / 9,550 - $263,396 (100%)
    6. October 29, 2000: Berlin, Germany - 9,826, 9,826 - 9,826 / 9,826 - $267,885 (100%)
    7. October 30, 2000: Hannover, Germany - Preussag Arena - 13,194 / 13,506- $365,674 (98%)
    8. November 1, 2000: Leipzig, Germany - Mesehalle - 11,022 / 11,022 - $304,952 (100%)
    9. November 2, 2000: Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle - 14,010 / 15,549 - $362,508 (90%)
    10. November 13, 2000: Cologne, Germany - Koln Arena - 15,475 / 15,475 - $409,680 (100%)
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    Overall:

    Certified Units: 1,675,000
    Estimated sales: +2,150,000
    Tour Attendance: 118,010 / 122,218 (97%)
    Weeks inside Top 10 (Album + singles): 48
    Weeks on chart (Album + singles): 109
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    by » Thu May 16th, 2019, 23:01

    Great post @MrLeonix. 'Oops!...I Did It Again' remains one of the biggest pop eras of all time in Germany as far as international artists go . 2.15 million records is what some pop stars have sold in total.

    #1 album for multiple weeks, three Top 5 hits (all sold no less than 250k), #1 hit for three weeks (Lucky), 10 sold out/close to sold out arena dates, etc. It's amazing that the lowest peaking single of the era still peaked at #12.

    The album was #3 on the German Year-End Chart & it was the #1 female album of the year.
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    by » Thu May 16th, 2019, 23:53

    Quote Originally Posted by Instinct View Post
    Great post @MrLeonix. 'Oops!...I Did It Again' remains one of the biggest pop eras of all time in Germany as far as international artists go . 2.15 million records is what some pop stars have sold in total.

    #1 album for multiple weeks, three Top 5 hits (all sold no less than 250k), #1 hit for three weeks (Lucky), 10 sold out/close to sold out arena dates, etc. It's amazing that the lowest peaking single of the era still peaked at #12.

    The album was #3 on the German Year-End Chart & it was the #1 female album of the year.
    She totally slayed it, Germans simply loved the OIDIA era. I know it's a hard market for her these days but at least as pop music history goes we can say that she has her slaying era in Germany, this was without a doubt her definitive peak in that market.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 19:34

    Most streamed 2000s songs by female artists on Spotify

    1. Halo 615m
    2. Hips Don't Lie 449m
    3. Make You Feel My Love 402m
    4. Party In the U.S.A. 381m
    5. Crazy In Love 380m
    6. Umbrella 329m
    7. If I Ain't Got You 326m
    8. TiK ToK 318m
    9. Bleeding Love 310m
    10. Bad Romance 300,7m
    11. Poker Face 300,7m
    12. Toxic 299,5m

    Toxic might enter top 10 in 3 or 4 weeks, since it's doing more daily streams than Poker Face and Bad Romance.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 20:29

    Thanks for the info, I particularly remember "Poker Face", "Bad Romance", "Bleeding Love", "Tik Tok" and "Umbrella" being massive (out of this world smashing songs), so it's cool to see that "Toxic" doesn't seem to be that out of place in terms of streaming.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 21:57

    I did a little research and estimations for Latin America, I looked for a selected group of anglo divas and their performances in Latin America and based on both Chartmasters figures and my own personal estimations I managed to determine some of the most popular divas in the region.

    Only Brazil, Mexico and Argentina (The top 3 biggest latin markets) were included for this quick study and the total units DON'T represent the entire Latin America.

    Top Biggest Anglo Female Artists Overall (Brazil + Mexico + Argentina):

    1. Madonna - 11,700,000
    2. Enya - 4,730,000
    3. Britney Spears - 3,250,000
    4. Celine Dion - 3,125,000
    5. Whitney Houston - 2,900,000
    6. Mariah Carey - 2,850,000
    7. Lady Gaga - 1,495,000
    8. Avril Lavigne - 1,492,000
    9. Beyoncé - 1,180,000
    10. Rihanna - 1,085,000
    11. Christina Aguilera - 988,000
    12. Jennifer Lopez- 950,000
    13. P!nk - 383,000

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    Top Biggest Anglo Female Artists Overall (Brazil + Mexico + Argentina) - Britney's Generation:

    1. Britney Spears - 3,250,000
    2. Avril Lavigne - 1,492,000
    3. Beyoncé - 1,180,000
    4. Christina Aguilera - 988,000
    5. Jennifer Lopez - 950,000
    6. P!nk - 383,000

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    Trivia:

    - From the numbers I'm seeing Britney might be (very likely) the second biggest anglo female artist of all time in Mexico (only behind Madonna).

    Mexico:

    1. Madonna - 4,200,000
    2. Britney Spears - 1,550,000
    3. Enya - 1,400,000
    4. Celine Dion - 1,050,000
    5. Whitney Houston - 1,000,000


    - She's by major lead the biggest female anglo artist from her generation in Latin America and perhaps she may be the biggest anglo artist overall from her generation in Latin America - I would have to check the males but I did manage to determine she was bigger than Eminem in Latin America with a huge lead:

    Brazil + Mexico + Argentina:

    - Britney Spears - 3,250,000
    - Eminem - 1,525,000

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    Disclaimer: Please don't get passionate or take this that seriously, the majority of the names on the list were studied closely and the numbers are accurate in most cases but if you see something wrong on the list don't get defensive and simply feel free to correct the info.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 23:00

    Honestly, I'm not surprised with the results. Britney has a huge fanbase here in Brazil and all her numbers are consistent (I mean, even Glory sold more than 40k copies). I don't understand why she doesn't tour in latin american countries anymore.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 23:24

    Quote Originally Posted by Artsy View Post
    Honestly, I'm not surprised with the results. Britney has a huge fanbase here in Brazil and all her numbers are consistent (I mean, even Glory sold more than 40k copies). I don't understand why she doesn't tour in latin american countries anymore.
    She did wonderful when she took the POM show to Asia and Europe . . . Imagine the slayage if she had brought the show to Latin America in 2018 too.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 23:37

    Amazing post @MrLeonix. I've always known Britney is huge in Latin America, but the fact she's ahead of HUGE names like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Barbra Streisand in Mexico is just.....insane to me.

    Contrary to popular belief, Latin America is not an easy market to crack at all. Many pop girls who are huge in the US and Europe seem to struggle big time (P!nk is a good example). And even pop stars who are believed to be huge due to their Latin roots (Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera) don't have the numbers to back it up.

    Mexico is Britney's biggest Latin American market while Brazil seems to be her most consistent. Glory did better than Britney Jean & Femme Fatale did better than Circus.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 23:43

    Quote Originally Posted by Artsy View Post
    Honestly, I'm not surprised with the results. Britney has a huge fanbase here in Brazil and all her numbers are consistent (I mean, even Glory sold more than 40k copies). I don't understand why she doesn't tour in latin american countries anymore.
    The Femme Fatale Tour didn't do well there. I was very surprised she underperformed/flopped in Brazil and Argentina considering how popular she is over there.

    I think only Mexico, Venezuela, and maybe Chile pulled through. According to this, she pulled 42,522 people in Mexico City (one of her largest crowds ever).




    She should definitely give Latin America another chance, though. She'd probably do way better now.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 00:18

    Quote Originally Posted by Instinct View Post
    Amazing post @MrLeonix. I've always known Britney is huge in Latin America, but the fact she's ahead of HUGE names like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Barbra Streisand in Mexico is just.....insane to me.

    Contrary to popular belief, Latin America is not an easy market to crack at all. Many pop girls who are huge in the US and Europe seem to struggle big time (P!nk is a good example). And even pop stars who are believed to be huge due to their Latin roots (Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera) don't have the numbers to back it up.

    Mexico is Britney's biggest Latin American market while Brazil seems to be her most consistent. Glory did better than Britney Jean & Femme Fatale did better than Circus.
    It's a very loyal and consistent market for her, she definitely has her loyal fanbase here and she's like a really huge pop star, specially in Mexico.

    Growing up here in Latin America the mania I experienced around Britney was insane and now in fact (from what I've checked) I'm almost (probably 80%) certain (I still have to check a couple people) that she's simply the biggest anglo artist of her entire generation over here. I have to say that I was really surprised when I found out (thanks to this study) that she had outsold Eminem by more than the double because I can guarantee you that Eminem was massive over here in Latin America and there was also a huge mania around him, I could swear they would be head to head so it was quite of a big deal for me when I found out. It speaks volumes about her generational dominance over here as an anglo artist.

    As for Mexico, I honestly don't know what she did to be so loved there because she has done absolutely nothing for the latin culture, she literally gave a d*mn about Mexico and pretty much all of us Latin people Lol, always did english music and she never promoted here or anything yet she conquered everyone, I have to say MTV Latin America pushed her insanely here, like really massively and I think that might have helped a lot but the irony in all of this is that when she first visited Mexico the first thing she as soon as she arrived was showing the middle finger to the press and her fans (she thought they were paparazzis ) and that was a huge controversy not only in Mexico but all Latin America because even though she was visiting Mexico it was the first time she was visiting and doing something Latin America-related so it got spread all over here on the news, but yeah her arrival to Mexico consisted on basically showing the middle finger to them . . . not enough with that she did 2 concert shows there for her DWAD Tour and for the second concert there was a lightstorm like 10minutes into the show, she didn't like that and she simply stopped the concert, said bye, charged the money and left . . . In other words she literally sh*t on Mexico the whole time, yet Latin America kept loving her

    She's also been one of the veeeery few female artists that have been able to perform at the Foro Sol stadium (and multiple times BTW) in Mexico. You need to be really big to perform there and most artists can't, not even some of the most famous latin artists can. You probably don't know who Paulina Rubio and Thalia are but just for you to have an idea they are literally the 2 best selling female Mexican divas of all time and they haven't been able to put a foot at the Foro Sol Stadium.

    And yeah you're right, Brazil has been like her most consistent market ever, "Glory" is eligible for a Platinum certification there.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 00:31

    Quote Originally Posted by Instinct View Post
    The Femme Fatale Tour didn't do well there. I was very surprised she underperformed/flopped in Brazil and Argentina considering how popular she is over there.

    I think only Mexico, Venezuela, and maybe Chile pulled through. According to this, she pulled 42,522 people in Mexico City (one of her largest crowds ever).

    She should definitely give Latin America another chance, though. She'd probably do way better now.
    Totally.

    The FFT did worse in Europe, she was going for Stadiums and Parks all over Latin America . . . . In Europe she was struggling to sell out down-sized arenas . . . yet that didn't prevent her from pulling amazing numbers (better attendances, boxscores and sell-out rates) when she came back with the POM Tour in 2018.

    She was more of a bigger Icon / legend / legacy act in 2018 than she was in 2011, that's why she did so good in Europe and Asia with the POM Tour and I have no doubts that she would have slayed the sh*t out of Latin America if she had brought that show in 2018.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 10:58

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLeonix View Post
    It's a very loyal and consistent market for her, she definitely has her loyal fanbase here and she's like a really huge pop star, specially in Mexico.

    Growing up here in Latin America the mania I experienced around Britney was insane and now in fact (from what I've checked) I'm almost (probably 80%) certain (I still have to check a couple people) that she's simply the biggest anglo artist of her entire generation over here. I have to say that I was really surprised when I found out (thanks to this study) that she had outsold Eminem by more than the double because I can guarantee you that Eminem was massive over here in Latin America and there was also a huge mania around him, I could swear they would be head to head so it was quite of a big deal for me when I found out. It speaks volumes about her generational dominance over here as an anglo artist.

    As for Mexico, I honestly don't know what she did to be so loved there because she has done absolutely nothing for the latin culture, she literally gave a d*mn about Mexico and pretty much all of us Latin people Lol, always did english music and she never promoted here or anything yet she conquered everyone, I have to say MTV Latin America pushed her insanely here, like really massively and I think that might have helped a lot but the irony in all of this is that when she first visited Mexico the first thing she as soon as she arrived was showing the middle finger to the press and her fans (she thought they were paparazzis ) and that was a huge controversy not only in Mexico but all Latin America because even though she was visiting Mexico it was the first time she was visiting and doing something Latin America-related so it got spread all over here on the news, but yeah her arrival to Mexico consisted on basically showing the middle finger to them . . . not enough with that she did 2 concert shows there for her DWAD Tour and for the second concert there was a lightstorm like 10minutes into the show, she didn't like that and she simply stopped the concert, said bye, charged the money and left . . . In other words she literally sh*t on Mexico the whole time, yet Latin America kept loving her

    She's also been one of the veeeery few female artists that have been able to perform at the Foro Sol stadium (and multiple times BTW) in Mexico. You need to be really big to perform there and most artists can't, not even some of the most famous latin artists can. You probably don't know who Paulina Rubio and Thalia are but just for you to have an idea they are literally the 2 best selling female Mexican divas of all time and they haven't been able to put a foot at the Foro Sol Stadium.

    And yeah you're right, Brazil has been like her most consistent market ever, "Glory" is eligible for a Platinum certification there.
    OT, but I just looked them on Pollstar for comparison purposes & you're right. It's definitely not that easy to sell out in Mexico.






    If I'm not mistaken, people were refunded for the second show, so at least there's that. Her visit to Mexico was so iconic that she ended up releasing a whole ass documentary/DVD/book. The fact she was about to perform to 100K+ people is crazy.

    Even with the messiness, 'In the Zone' still ended up selling 150K & her greatest hits album did 100K.

    'Circus' was another huge album for her. It was among English Top 20 albums of the year both in 2008 and 2009, at #11 and #16. Even Coldplay’s 'Viva La Vida' didn't do as well, being #8 in 2008 then missing the Top 20 in 2009. The only albums which outperformed it charts-wise at the time were Michael Jackson’s 'Thriller' and Metallica’s 'Death Magnetic'.

    & the fact both 'The Singles Collection' and 'Femme Fatale' outsold 'Circus' in Brazil is so crazy to me.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 16:51

    Quote Originally Posted by Instinct View Post
    & the fact both 'The Singles Collection' and 'Femme Fatale' outsold 'Circus' in Brazil is so crazy to me.
    not just the album, but even singles like "Criminal" and "I Wanna Go" managed to become more or as successful as "Womanizer" and "Circus" . You can still hear those songs on the radio sometimes.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 18:09

    Scream & Shout has now over 1 BILLION streams between Spotify and Youtube Official videos only

    https://twitter.com/britneycharts/st...47009261072384

    streams: 1.000.117.852

    Spotify
    Album Version: 272.033.634
    Radio Edit: 4.484.017

    Youtube
    Video: 722.437.045
    Explicit Audio: 795.191
    Auto-generated Audio: 367.965

    https://twitter.com/britneycharts/st...47834175868928

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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 18:49

    Quote Originally Posted by pedrolabre View Post
    Scream & Shout has now over 1 BILLION streams between Spotify and Youtube Official videos only

    https://twitter.com/britneycharts/st...47009261072384

    streams: 1.000.117.852

    Spotify
    Album Version: 272.033.634
    Radio Edit: 4.484.017

    Youtube
    Video: 722.437.045
    Explicit Audio: 795.191
    Auto-generated Audio: 367.965

    https://twitter.com/britneycharts/st...47834175868928
    that's amazing! it's currently her most viewed video daily, surpassing Toxic and BOMT. I think it might reach 1b on YouTube in 4 or 5 years.
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    by » Sat May 18th, 2019, 19:21

    Quote Originally Posted by Artsy View Post
    not just the album, but even singles like "Criminal" and "I Wanna Go" managed to become more or as successful as "Womanizer" and "Circus" . You can still hear those songs on the radio sometimes.
    This is actually true, I would include "Till The World Ends" too.

    Both "Circus" and "Femme Fatale" sold very similar in Latin America but I give FF the upper hand because it's singles were more popular over here, I would listen to "Till The World Ends", "I Wanna Go", and "Criminal" on radio stations way more than I ever heard "Womanizer", let alone "Circus".

    FF era was a success over here.
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 11:00

    "Toxic" now has over 300 million streams on Spotify. This is Britney’s FIRST song to achieve this.
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 12:11

    Such an amazing achievement, and such a classic song, any guesses on how much it has actually sold in the USA? With streams included, I know UK sales were around 772,000 last update just wondered on USA

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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 13:07

    Great for "Toxic", it's a huge pop classic and it's doing excellent on Spotify.

    Quote Originally Posted by Artsy View Post
    Most streamed 2000s songs by female artists on Spotify

    1. Halo 615m
    2. Hips Don't Lie 449m
    3. Make You Feel My Love 402m
    4. Party In the U.S.A. 381m
    5. Crazy In Love 380m
    6. Umbrella 329m
    7. If I Ain't Got You 326m
    8. TiK ToK 318m
    9. Bleeding Love 310m
    10. Bad Romance 300,7m
    11. Poker Face 300,7m
    12. Toxic 299,5m

    Toxic might enter top 10 in 3 or 4 weeks, since it's doing more daily streams than Poker Face and Bad Romance.
    Going back to this ... I've just realized that only 3 songs on the list are Pre-2005 / early-00s songs. And 2 out of those 3 are R&B tunes ("Crazy In Love" and "If I Ain't Got You).

    So not only "Toxic" is literally one of the Top 3 early 00s female songs on Spotify but It's pretty much the biggest female Pop tune from the first half part of the 00s decade on the platform. The fact that "Whenever Wherever" (a massive early 00s smash) is lower speaks volumes on how good "Toxic" has done on Spotify.
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    Spotify Stats
    As of May 19, 2019

    Most Streamed Songs on Spotify

    01 - 300,213,131 - Toxic
    02 - 276,637,111 - Scream & Shout
    03 - 214,186,450 - ...Baby One More Time
    04 - 200,841,886 - Oops!... I Did It Again
    05 - 145,495,594 - Work Bitch
    06 - 139,228,752 - Womanizer
    07 - 100,740,641 - Make Me...
    08 - 91,229,568 - My Only Wish (This Year)
    09 - 80,700,438 - Till the World Ends
    10 - 75,577,758 - Circus
    11 - 71,114,387 - Gimme More
    12 - 58,373,833 - I Wanna Go
    13 - 56,658,540 - I'm a Slave 4 U
    14 - 56,243,146 - Everytime
    15 - 51,537,091 - Piece of Me
    16 - 50,751,358 - Pretty Girls
    17 - 50,593,106 - (You Drive Me) Crazy
    18 - 49,085,649 - Slumber Party
    19 - 46,286,009 - Criminal
    20 - 45,889,367 - Stronger
    21 - 45,246,323 - Sometimes
    22 - 42,912,814 - If U Seek Amy
    23 - 42,351,586 - Lucky
    24 - 39,706,351 - 3
    25 - 39,217,822 - Hold It Against Me
    26 - 24,846,003 - Perfume
    27 - 27,229,610 - Overprotected
    28 - 25,052,490 - Radar
    29 - 22,657,291 - Break the Ice
    30 - 21,866,638 - I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
    31 - 21,150,697 - SMS (Bangerz)
    32 - 21,360,559 - Born to Make You Happy
    33 - 20,745,802 - Me Against the Music
    34 - 20,451,068 - I Love Rock 'n' Roll
    35 - 19,858,794 - Boys
    36 - 18,976,060 - S&M (Remix)
    37 - 17,524,298 - My Prerogative
    38 - 17,375,994 - Do You Wanna Come Over?
    39 - 12,240,016 - Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)
    40 - 11,639,425 - Private Show

    Most Streamed Album Tracks on Spotify

    01 - 17,375,994 - Do You Wanna Come Over?
    02 - 12,240,016 - Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)
    03 - 11,639,425 - Private Show
    04 - 9,775,907 - Clumsy
    05 - 9,348,220 - Get Naked (I Got a Plan)
    06 - 9,342,040 - Just Luv Me
    07 - 8,672,922 - Man on the Moon
    08 - 7,870,264 - (Drop Dead) Beautiful
    09 - 7,722,308 - Breathe on Me
    10 - 7,680,445 - Inside Out
    11 - 7,575,714 - Just Like Me
    12 - 7,380,301 - Love Me Down
    13 - 7,315,255 - Liar
    14 - 7,163,401 - Invitation
    15 - 6,986,866 - Out from Under
    16 - 6,656,117 - Alien
    17 - 6,534,144 - (I Got That) Boom Boom
    18 - 6,408,541 - It Should Be Easy
    19 - 6,258,915 - If I'm Dancing
    20 - 6,190,778 - Tik Tik Boom
    21 - 5,809,567 - Big Fat Bass
    22 - 5,637,292 - Body Ache
    23 - 5,508,809 - Kill the Lights
    24 - 5,398,921 - Unusual You
    25 - 5,291,870 - Better
    26 - 5,121,428 - How I Roll
    27 - 5,038,552 - Shattered Glass
    28 - 4,956,824 - Gasoline
    29 - 4,917,663 - Freakshow
    30 - 4,829,691 - Toy Soldier
    31 - 4,739,247 - Cinderella
    32 - 4,680,403 - Up n' Down
    33 - 4,639,661 - Hard to Forget Ya
    34 - 4,554,763 - Til It's Gone
    35 - 4,402,429 - Hot as Ice
    36 - 4,358,785 - He About to Lose Me
    37 - 4,280,379 - The Hook Up
    38 - 4,270,853 - Anticipating
    39 - 4,237,187 - What You Need
    40 - 4,089,112 - Seal It With a Kiss
    41 - 4,061,579 - Trouble for Me
    42 - 4,052,861 - Coupure Electrique
    43 - 3,917,392 - Ooh Ooh Baby
    44 - 3,545,956 - Trip to Your Heart
    45 - 3,518,590 - Bombastic Love
    46 - 3,496,938 - Selfish
    47 - 3,552,437 - What U See (Is What U Get)
    48 - 3,434,667 - Don't Go Knockin' on My Door
    49 - 3,225,815 - Lonely
    50 - 3,201,804 - Passenger
    51 - 3,191,498 - Heaven on Earth
    52 - 3,013,397 - Lace and Leather
    52 - 2,987,377 - Touch of My Hand



    01 - 300,213,131 - Toxic
    02 - 56,243,146 - Everytime
    03 - 20,745,802 - Me Against the Music
    04 - 9,187,279 - Outrageous
    05 - 7,722,308 - Breathe on Me
    06 - 6,534,144 - (I Got That) Boom Boom
    07 - 4,280,379 - The Hook Up
    08 - 2,987,377 - Touch of My Hand
    09 - 2,604,125 - Showdown
    10 - 1,779,532 - Brave New Girl
    11 - 1,738,397 - Me Against the Music (Rishi Rich's Desi Kulcha Remix)
    12 - 1,728,781 - Early Mornin'
    13 - 1,469,617 - Shadow
    14 - 543,765 - Don't Hang Up
    15 - 418,259 - The Answer



    01 - 214,186,450 - ...Baby One More Time
    02 - 50,593,106 - (You Drive Me) Crazy
    03 - 45,246,323 - Sometimes
    04 - 21,360,559 - Born to Make You Happy
    05 - 8,305,193 - From the Bottom of My Broken Heart
    06 - 2,321,705 - I Will Be There
    07 - 2,152,501 - Soda Pop
    08 - 1,529,647 - I Will Still Love You
    09 - 1,503,633 - Deep In My Heart
    10 - 1,478,391 - Autumn Goodbye
    11 - 1,316,753 - I'll Never Stop Loving You
    12 - 1,304,186 - E-Mail My Heart
    13 - 1,297,901 - Thinkin' About You
    14 - 1,262,035 - The Beat Goes On
    15 - 686,883 - ...Baby One More Time (Davidson Ospina Radio Mix)
    16 - 541,527 - ...Baby One More Time (Boy Wunder Radio Mix)



    01 - 200,841,886 - Oops!... I Did It Again
    02 - 45,889,367 - Stronger
    03 - 42,351,586 - Lucky
    04 - 9,143,946 - Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know
    05 - 3,552,437 - What U See (Is What U Get)
    06 - 3,434,667 - Don't Go Knockin' on My Door
    07 - 2,738,585 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    08 - 2,358,076 - One Kiss from You
    09 - 2,338,828 - Can't Make You Love Me
    10 - 1,872,016 - Where Are You Now
    11 - 1,416,029 - When Your Eyes Say It
    12 - 1,385,685 - Dear Diary
    13 - 379,406 - Heart
    14 - 326,213 - Girl In the Mirror
    15 - 251,531 - You Got It All



    01 - 139,228,752 - Womanizer
    02 - 75,577,758 - Circus
    03 - 42,912,814 - If U Seek Amy
    04 - 6,986,866 - Out from Under
    05 - 5,508,809 - Kill the Lights
    06 - 5,398,921 - Unusual You
    07 - 5,038,552 - Shattered Glass
    08 - 3,013,397 - Lace and Leather
    09 - 2,647,365 - Blur
    10 - 2,571,077 - Mannequin
    11 - 2,503,792 - Mmm Papi
    12 - 1,886,506 - My Baby
    13 - 1,873,024 - Phonography
    14 - 1,218,656 - Rock Me In
    15 - 340,097 - Rock Boy
    16 - 87,814 - Amnesia



    01 - 80,700,438 - Till the World Ends
    02 - 58,373,833 - I Wanna Go
    03 - 46,286,009 - Criminal
    04 - 39,217,822 - Hold It Against Me
    05 - 7,870,264 - (Drop Dead) Beautiful
    06 - 7,680,445 - Inside Out
    07 - 5,809,567 - Big Fat Bass
    08 - 5,121,428 - How I Roll
    09 - 4,956,824 - Gasoline
    10 - 4,680,403 - Up n' Down
    11 - 4,358,785 - He About To Lose Me
    12 - 4,089,112 - Seal It With a Kiss
    13 - 4,061,579 - Trouble for Me
    14 - 3,545,956 - Trip to Your Heart
    15 - 3,496,938 - Selfish
    16 - 2,058,099 - Don't Keep Me Waiting



    01 - 100,740,641 - Make Me...
    02 - 49,085,649 - Slumber Party
    03 - 17,375,994 - Do You Wanna Come Over?
    04 - 12,240,016 - Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)
    05 - 11,639,425 - Private Show
    06 - 9,775,907 - Clumsy
    07 - 9,342,040 - Just Luv Me
    08 - 8,672,922 - Man on the Moon
    09 - 7,575,714 - Just Like Me
    10 - 7,380,301 - Love Me Down
    11 - 7,315,255 - Liar
    12 - 7,163,401 - Invitation
    13 - 6,258,915 - If I'm Dancing
    14 - 5,291,870 - Better
    15 - 4,639,661 - Hard to Forget Ya
    16 - 4,237,187 - What You Need
    17 - 4,052,861 - Coupure Electrique
    18 - 213,978 - Mood Ring




    01 - 145,495,594 - Work Bitch
    02 - 25,769,654 - Perfume
    03 - 6,656,117 - Alien
    04 - 6,408,541 - It Should Be Easy
    05 - 6,190,778 - Tik Tik Boom
    06 - 5,637,292 - Body Ache
    07 - 4,554,763 - Til It's Gone
    08 - 3,201,804 - Passenger
    09 - 2,726,913 - Don't Cry
    10 - 2,660,390 - Now That I Found You
    11 - 2,551,800 - Brightest Morning Star
    12 - 2,514,535 - Chillin' With You
    13 - 2,370,491 - Perfume (The Dreaming Mix)
    14 - 2,188,481 - Hold on Tight



    01 - 71,114,387 - Gimme More
    02 - 51,537,091 - Piece of Me
    03 - 25,052,490 - Radar
    04 - 22,657,291 - Break the Ice
    05 - 9,348,220 - Get Naked (I Got a Plan)
    06 - 4,917,663 - Freakshow
    07 - 4,829,691 - Toy Soldier
    08 - 4,402,429 - Hot as Ice
    09 - 3,917,392 - Ooh Ooh Baby
    10 - 3,191,498 - Heaven on Earth
    11 - 2,546,046 - Perfect Lover
    12 - 1,978,088 - Why Should I Be Sad
    13 - 1,723,225 - Get Back
    14 - 1,597,499 - Everybody
    15 - 806,208 - Gimme More (Junkie XL Dub)
    16 - 260,608 - Gimme More (Paul Oakenfold Remix)
    17 - 28,642 - Outta This World



    01 - 56,658,540 - I'm a Slave 4 U
    02 - 27,229,610 - Overprotected
    03 - 21,866,638 - I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
    04 - 20,451,068 - I Love Rock 'n' Roll
    05 - 19,858,794 - Boys
    06 - 4,739,247 - Cinderella
    07 - 4,270,853 - Anticipating
    08 - 3,518,590 - Bombastic Love
    09 - 3,225,815 - Lonely
    10 - 2,595,264 - What It's Like to Be Me
    11 - 2,174,696 - Let Me Be
    12 - 1,879,414 - That's Where You Take Me
    13 - 1,590,080 - I Run Away
    14 - 1,349,197 - When I Found You
    15 - 1,236,165 - Before the Goodbye



    01 - 39,706,351 - 3
    02 - 311,353 - Walk On By
    03 - 286,290 - Intimidated
    04 - 247,238 - I'm So Curious



    01 - 17,524,298 - My Prerogative
    02 - 9,659,734 - Do Somethin'
    03 - 2,912,731 - I've Just Begun (Having My Fun)
    04 - 1,786,370 - Chris Cox Megamix



    01 - 1,609,988 - Someday (I Will Understand)
    02 - 689,783 - Mona Lisa
    03 - 372,088 - Chaotic

    Studio Album Streams
    01. In the Zone - 418,196,042
    02. ...Baby One More Time - 355,086,793
    03. Oops!... I Did It Again - 318,280,258
    04. Circus - 296,706,386
    05. Femme Fatale - 282,307,502
    06. Glory - 273,001,737
    07. Britney Jean - 218,927,153
    08. Blackout - 209,908,468
    09. Britney - 172,643,971

    Other Album Streams
    01. The Singles Collection - 40,551,232
    02. Greatest Hits: My Prerogative - 31,883,133
    03. Britney & Kevin: Chaotic - 2,671,859

    Other Tracks
    01 - 276,637,111 - Scream & Shout
    02 - 91,229,568 - My Only Wish (This Year)
    03 - 50,751,358 - Pretty Girls
    04 - 21,150,697 - SMS (Bangerz)
    05 - 18,976,060 - S&M (Remix)
    06 - 10,862,589 - Ooh La La
    07 - 8,138,393 - Till the World Ends (Femme Fatale Remix)
    08 - 5,467,639 - Scream & Shout (Hit-Boy Remix)
    09 - 5,638,637 - Tom's Diner
    10 - 1,629,772 - Like a Virgin/Hollywood
    11 - 834,277 - And Then We Kiss
    12 - 9,725 - Crazy

    Remixes
    01 - 5,891,014 - Till the World Ends
    02 - 5,213,772 - Make Me...
    03 - 4,082,034 - Circus
    04 - 3,639,646 - I Wanna Go
    05 - 3,472,539 - Gimme More
    06 - 3,077,573 - Womanizer
    07 - 2,921,557 - Slumber Party
    08 - 2,820,531 - Piece of Me
    09 - 2,663,047 - Hold It Against Me
    10 - 2,793,625 - Toxic
    11 - 2,349,319 - Tom's Diner
    12 - 2,092,117 - Everytime
    13 - 1,823,480 - If U Seek Amy
    14 - 1,547,537 - 3
    15 - 1,155,335 - Radar
    16 - 1,146,323 - I'm a Slave 4 U
    17 - 1,043,053 - Breathe on Me
    18 - 932,540 - Outrageous
    19 - 845,588 - Criminal
    20 - 689,968 - Me Against the Music
    21 - 491,895 - Break the Ice
    22 - 465,258 - Stronger
    23 - 423,433 - Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know
    24 - 398,722 - Touch of My Hand
    25 - 324,797 - Someday (I Will Understand)
    26 - 277,829 - Early Mornin'
    27 - 276,519 - I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
    28 - 283,632 - My Prerogative
    29 - 124,059 - Do Somethin'

    Total: 3,089,650,878 (+221,767,383 since December 31, 2018)
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 14:41

    Amazing post as usual @Instinct

    Quote Originally Posted by Instinct View Post

    Studio Album Streams
    01. In the Zone - 418,196,042
    02. ...Baby One More Time - 355,086,793
    03. Oops!... I Did It Again - 318,280,258
    04. Circus - 296,706,386
    05. Femme Fatale - 282,307,502
    06. Glory - 273,001,737
    07. Britney Jean - 218,927,153
    08. Blackout - 209,908,468
    09. Britney - 172,643,971
    Wow the "Britney" album quite increased a lot (it was at 150 million like a month and half ago).

    Is it really increasing that much now? Or you're just adding the "Overprotected" Darkchild Remix and "Boys" remix to it's total? Beacuse in my humble opinion those remixes were only part of the singles releases and should only count towards the songs individual totals / as singles but should not be added towards the album count as they are not really featured on the album.

    Same observation for BOMT's count regarding the "Crazy" Stop Remix (only the album version should count towards the album's total).
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 20:53

    She's slowly becoming a streaming force and I like that. Months ago she had less than 10 million monthly listeners and now she is almost over 13 million, literally 2 years ago she only had 1 song with over 100 million streams and now she's about to have 8. Not to mention pretty soon she'll be the first female artist with 9 albums over 200 million streams on Spotify.
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 21:51

    Quote Originally Posted by Artsy View Post
    Months ago she had less than 10 million monthly listeners and now she is almost over 13 million.
    And she's doing it without any form of new music in 3 years, what she's doing is pretty much based on name, legacy and catalogue alone. Her monthly listeners would be way higher if she released music or singles more often.

    She's doing very good.
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    by » Sun May 19th, 2019, 22:51

    Quote Originally Posted by MrLeonix View Post
    And she's doing it without any form of new music in 3 years, what she's doing is pretty much based on name, legacy and catalogue alone. Her monthly listeners would be way higher if she released music or singles more often.

    She's doing very good.
    It is really impressive. There are some other pop singers that released an album last year/this year and have less monthly listeners than her.
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