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    by » 11-01-19, 09:43

    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    11 January 2019 - 17 January 2019


    Compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, audio and video streams.


    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/

    1 1 12* Ava Max ~ Sweet But Psycho
    2 2 10 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    3 4 6 Mark Ronson ft Miley Cyrus ~ Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
    4 5 3 Post Malone ~ Wow
    5 3 12 Post Malone and Swae Lee ~ Sunflower
    6 NE 1 Headie One ft Dave ~ 18Hunna
    7 8 8 James Arthur and Anne-Marie ~ Rewrite The Stars
    8 14 13 George Ezra ~ Hold My Girl
    9 12 26 Freya Ridings ~ Lost Without You
    10 11 14 Halsey ~ Without Me ***
    11 19 6 Jax Jones and Years and Years ~ Play
    12 9 12 Zara Larsson ~ Ruin My Life
    13 10 13 Kodak Black ft Travis Scott and Offset ~ Zeze
    14 6 22 Pinkfong ~ Baby Shark
    15 NE 1 Chris Brown ~ Undecided
    16 7 42 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    17 15 10 Clean Bandit ft Marina and Luis Fonsi ~ Baby
    18 22 6 Meek Mill ft Drake ~ Going Bad
    19 13 13 Jess Glynne ~ Thursday ***
    20 20 4 Ariana Grande ~ Imagine
    21 24 15 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    22 37 37 Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa ~ One Kiss
    23 16 54 Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble ~ This Is Me ***
    24 17 11 Pink ~ A Million Dreams
    25 80 2 NSG ft Tion Wayne ~ Options
    26 28 13 Sheck Wes ~ Mo Bamba
    27 21 21 Calvin Harris and Sam Smith ~ Promises ***
    28 18 13 Little Mix ft Nicki Minaj ~ Woman Like Me ***
    29 23 16 Rita Ora ~ Let You Love Me ***
    30 27 16 Cadet and Deno Driz ~ Advice
    31 29 26 Benny Blanco with Halsey and Khalid ~ Eastside ***
    32 32 7 6ix9ine ft Tory Lanez ~ Kika
    33 44 9 Lewis Capaldi ~ Grace
    34 31 41 Tom Walker ~ Leave A Light On
    35 26 21 Marshmello and Bastille ~ Happier ***
    36 33 23 Travis Scott ft Drake ~ Sicko Mode ***
    37 69 34 Anne-Marie ~ 2002
    38 25 24 Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya and The Greatest Showman Ensemble ~ The Greatest Show ***
    39 36 3 Russ Splash ~ Gun Lean
    40 71 29 Jess Glynne ~ I'll Be There

    41 35 8 Cardi B ~ Money
    42 NE 1 Bring Me The Horizon ~ Medicine
    43 58 9 Benny Blanco and Calvin Harris ~ I Found You
    44 50 3 Khalid ~ Saturday Nights
    45 42 26 Panic! At The Disco ~ High Hopes ***
    46 30 22 Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams ~ A Million Dreams ***
    47 43 11 Ellie Goulding and Diplo ft Swae Lee ~ Close To Me ***
    48 56 3 Flipp Dinero ~ Leave Me Alone
    49 39 31 Loud Luxury ft Brando ~ Body ***
    50 38 14 Dave ft Fredo ~ Funky Friday ***
    51 45 11 Dua Lipa and Blackpink ~ Kiss and Make Up
    52 41 7 Anne-Marie ~ Perfect To Me
    53 34 32 Maroon 5 ft Cardi B ~ Girls Like You ***
    54 93 64 Dua Lipa ~ New Rules
    55 73 2 A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ft 6ix9ine ~ Swervin'
    56 40 86 Ed Sheeran ft Beyonce / Andrea Bocelli ~ Perfect ***
    57 54 17 Khalid ~ Better ***
    58 57 8 Yxng Bane ~ Needed Time
    59 51 12 James Arthur ~ Empty Space ***
    60 47 13 Charli XCX and Troye Sivan ~ 1999 ***
    61 67 11 Billie Eilish ~ When The Party's Over ***
    62 68 2 Fisher ~ Losing It
    63 74 2 Sam Smith ~ Fire On Fire
    64 46 43 George Ezra ~ Paradise ***
    65 48 27**(42) Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody ***
    66 RE 2 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved
    67 49 13 Jonas Blue, Liam Payne and Lennon Stella ~ Polaroid ***
    68 70 32 Tyga ft Offset ~ Taste ***
    69 55 16 Sigala, Ella Eyre and Meghan Trainor ft French Montana ~ Just Got Paid ***
    70 52 7 The 1975 ~ It's Not Living (If It's Not With You)
    71 60 22 Dynoro and Gigi D'Agostino ~ In My Mind ***
    72 63 35 5 Seconds Of Summer ~ Youngblood ***
    73 65 14 DJ Snake ft Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B ~ Taki Taki ***
    74 61 16 Silk City and Dua Lipa ~ Electricity ***
    75 72 33 Post Malone ~ Better Now ***

    76 53 45 Rudimental ft Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen ~ These Days ***
    77 59 31 Ariana Grande ~ No Tears Left To Cry ***
    78 89 2 Billie Eilish ~ Idontwannabeyouanymore
    79 NE 1 Catfish and The Bottlemen ~ Longshot
    80 NE 1 Fleur East ~ Favourite Thing

    81 75 16 MK, Jonas Blue and Becky Hill ~ Back & Forth ***
    82 87 4 Tom Grennan ~ Found What I've Been Looking For
    83 92 2 Billie Eilish ~ Bellyache
    84 NE 1 A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ft Tyga and Offset ~ Startender
    85 62 6 Dalton Harris ft James Arthur ~ The Power Of Love
    86 76 17 Jess Glynne ~ All I Am ***
    87 85 7 Da Beatfreakz ft AJ and Deno, Swarmz and Cadet ~ Pumpy
    88 64 28 Clean Bandit ft Demi Lovato ~ Solo ***
    89 86 3 21 Savage ~ A Lot
    90 88 11 XXXTentacion and Lil Pump ft Maluma and Swae Lee ~ Arms Around You ***
    91 83 29 Juice Wrld ~ Lucid Dreams ***
    92 66 32 Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin ~ I Like It ***
    93 98 19 Dean Lewis ~ Be Alright ***
    94 91 3 Yxng Bane ft Fredo ~ Problem
    95 94 11 Lil Baby and Gunna ~ Drip Too Hard ***
    96 78 22 Drake ~ In My Feelings ***
    97 NE 1 A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ~ Look Back At It
    98 RE 2 David Guetta ft Bebe Rexha and J Balvin ~ Say My Name
    99 82 96 Ed Sheeran ~ Shape Of You ***
    100 77 205 The Killers ~ Mr. Brightside ***



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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    11 January 2019 - 17 January 2019


    The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart

    1 1 55* Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
    2 2 42 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    3 4 14 Motion Picture Cast / Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ A Star Is Born
    4 6 12 Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody (OST)
    5 8 8 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop [box set]
    6 7 13 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    7 3 7 Take That ~ Odyssey
    8 9 26 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again ~ Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again
    9 15 6 Clean Bandit ~ What Is Love?
    10 14 225 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection
    11 10 9 Olly Murs ~ You Know, I Know (/Greatest Hits)
    12 20 84 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    13 17 97 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    14 5 7 Roy Orbison with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ Unchained Melodies
    15 12 11 Andrea Bocelli ~ Si
    16 18 7 Rita Ora ~ Phoenix
    17 16 21 Ariana Grande ~ Sweetener
    18 13 8 Michael Bublé ~ Love
    19 26 28 Drake ~ Scorpion
    20 32 27 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    21 30 37 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    22 19 8 Little Mix ~ LM5
    23 11 8 Paul Heaton ~ The Last King of Pop
    24 28 6 The 1975 ~ A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
    25 23 5 Carpenters with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ Carpenters with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    26 22 7 Cliff Richard ~ Rise Up
    27 21 8 Buddy Holly with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ True Love Ways
    28 27 8 Mumford and Sons ~ Delta
    29 42 3 A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ~ Hoodie SZN
    30 25 46 Paloma Faith ~ The Architect
    31 36 19 Eminem ~ Kamikaze
    32 31 871 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    33 29 5 Andre Rieu and His Johann Strauss Orchestra ~ Romantic Moments II
    34 38 146 George Ezra ~ Wanted On Voyage
    35 NE 1 The Searchers ~ The Farewell Album: Greatest Hits & More
    36 24 15 Rod Stewart ~ Blood Red Roses
    37 41 7 6ix9ine ~ Dummy Boy
    38 37 766 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    39 44 3 21 Savage ~ I Am > I Was
    40 56 339 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits

    41 33 61 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    42 39 37 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
    43 47 238 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
    44 40 112 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    45 49 43 XXXTentacion ~ ?
    46 48 171 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    47 46 859 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    48 63 23 Travis Scott ~ Astroworld
    49 45 4 Bruce Springsteen ~ Springsteen On Broadway
    50 59 5 Kidz Bop Kids (UK) ~ Kidz Bop 2019
    51 66 279 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    52 34 8 Boyzone ~ Thank You & Goodnight
    53 78 103 Post Malone ~ Stoney
    54 58 366 Oasis ~ (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
    55 57 377 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    56 35 6 Katherine Jenkins ~ Guiding Light
    57 RE 51 Taylor Swift ~ Reputation
    58 73 14 David Guetta ~ 7
    59 65 9 Imagine Dragons ~ Origins
    60 84 31 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
    61 62 278 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    62 60 192 The Beatles ~ 1
    63 76 112 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
    64 81 222 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    65 88 351 Ed Sheeran ~ +
    66 91 34 Cardi B ~ Invasion of Privacy
    67 RE 23 Roy Orbison with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ A Love So Beautiful
    68 53 32 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia! ~ Mamma Mia!
    69 95 11 Sigala ~ Brighter Days
    70 54 14 Twenty One Pilots ~ Trench
    71 43 9 Aled Jones and Russell Watson ~ In Harmony
    72 100 123 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    73 80 218 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    74 RE 4 Meek Mill ~ Championships
    75 87 104 Ariana Grande ~ Dangerous Woman

    76 72 29 Panic! At The Disco ~ Pray For the Wicked
    77 79 529 Pink Floyd ~ The Dark Side Of The Moon
    78 74 92 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    79 85 98 Dire Sraits and Mark Knopfler ~ Private Investigations: The Best Of Dire Sraits and Mark Knopfler
    80 51 5 Coldplay ~ Live In Buenos Aires / Live In Sao Paulo / A Head Full Of Dreams [CD/DVD box set]
    81 52 28 Spice Girls ~ Greatest Hits
    82 RE 4 XXXTenttacion ~ Skins
    83 55 38 The Beatles ~ The Beatles (The White Album)
    84 RE 57 Original Broadway Cast - Hamilton ~ Hamilton: An American Musical
    85 98 98 Ariana Grande ~ My Everything
    86 RE 52 XXXTentacion ~ 17
    87 69 859 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    88 67 9 Muse ~ Simulation Theory
    89 50 7 Alfie Boe ~ As Time Goes By
    90 NE 1 Jax Jones ~ Snacks
    91 RE 6 Ella Mai ~ Ella Mai
    92 RE 146 Adele ~ 25
    93 RE 4 Jonas Blue ~ Blue
    94 RE 73 Neil Diamond ~ All-Time Greatest Hits
    95 RE 294 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    96 89 6 Pinkfong ~ Pinkfong presents Baby Shark (The Best Of Baby Shark}
    97 75 9 The D-Day Darlings ~ I'll Remember You
    98 RE 131 Rod Stewart ~ Some Guys Have All The Luck
    99 86 62 Queen ~ A Night At The Opera
    100 68 332 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black


    here's your video streaming chart https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/v ... ing-chart/

    Source: OCC / Radio 1

    Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

    *Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
    **Complete total of all entries in brackets.
    ***ACR affected tracks.
    ****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia

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    by » 11-01-19, 19:25

    Charts analysis: Sweet But Psycho dips but holds on at No.1

    by Alan Jones

    Despite a dip in consumption for the first time in its 21-week career, Ava Max’s first hit, Sweet But Psycho, is still way too strong for the chasing pack, topping the chart for the third time in a row on sales of 68,320 copies, including 56,809 from sales-equivalent streams. It is No.1 on paid-for sales and audio streaming but now trails Pinkfong’s Baby Shark on video streaming.

    Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next – which spent six weeks at No.1 last November/December – remains at No.2 despite its sales (40,760) falling for the fifth straight week to the lowest level of its 10 week chart career.

    London rap/trap/drill MC Headie One reached No.32 with his debut album The One Two last June, and finally makes his singles chart debut with 18Hunna (No.6, 24,170 sales) – a collaboration with fellow London rapper Dave, who topped the chart with Funky Friday (feat. Fredo) last October. Headie One’s previous closest approach to the Top 75 came as featured rapper on Belly Squad’s Missing, which reached No.84 last May, and has since amassed total consumption of 111,333 units, though all but 1,262 of them are from sales-equivalent streams.

    George Ezra’s Shotgun departs the Top 10 for the third time (7-16, 18,352 sales) while Hold My Girl becomes the third Top 10 hit from his latest album, Staying At Tamara’s, jumping 14-8 (20,712 sales) on its 10th appearance in the chart.

    Mark Ronson’s Nothing Breaks Like A Heart (feat. Miley Cyrus) climbs 4-3 (37,555 sales) to become both artists’ fourth top three hit, while there are similar one place rises to new peaks for Wow (5-4, 35,893 sales) by Post Malone and Rewrite The Stars (8-7, 21,681 sales) by James Arthur & Anne-Marie.

    Freya Ridings’ debut hit, Lost Without You (12-9, 20,258 sales), enters the Top 10 for the fourth time, revisiting the No.9 peak it has scaled on each occasion. The track jumped 20-9 14 weeks ago, 13-9 10 weeks ago and 12-9 eight weeks ago. It hit a 17 week low a fortnight ago, when it was ranked at No.32 but recovered to No.12 last week, as Christmas-themed tracks vanished en masse. Released in September 2017, it has achieved consumption of 524,393 units, of which 120,149 are paid-for downloads, 1,124 CD and the remainder sales-equivalent streams.

    The rest of the Top 10: Sunflower (3-5, 35,467 sales) by Post Malone feat. Swae Lee and Without Me (11-10, 20,188 sales) by Halsey.

    Meanwhile, there are Top 10 exits for Ruin My Life (9-12, 20,045 sales) by Zara Larsson, ZeZe (10-13, 19,300 sales) by Kodak Black feat. Travis Scott & Offset and Babyshark (6-14, 19,279 sales) by Pinkfong.

    He has had a lot of bad press along the way but Chris Brown is a consistent hitmaker, charting for the 14th year in a row - since making his chart debut with Run It! in 2006 at the age of 16 - with Undecided (No.15, 18,390 sales). It is the first single from Brown’s upcoming album, Indigo.

    Combining grime and Afro influences, Options is the first hit for East London squad NSG and featured guest Tion (Wayne). Advancing 80-25 (13,254 sales) on its sixth week of availability, it is the first NSG track to chart, although their Yo Darlin (feat. Geko) has consumption of 198,822 units (including 3,237 paid-for downloads) since its release in 2017.

    Also new to the chart are Medicine (No.42, 10,310 sales), the fifth Top 75 entry from Sheffield band Bring Me The Horizon and the second from their upcoming sixth album Amo; and Someone You Loved (No.66, 7,103 sales), the second hit for Scottish singer/songwriter Lewis Capaldi, who also scores his first Top 40 entry this week as introductory hit Grace jumps 44-33 (11,560 sales).

    Play is the sixth Top 20 single for both Jax Jones and Years & Years, and climbs 19-11 (20,114 sales) this week.

    There are also new peaks for: Mo Bamba (28-26, 13,220 sales) by Sheck Wes, Saturday Nights (50-44, 9,980 sales) by Khalid, Leave Me Alone (56-48, 9,543 sales) by Flipp Dinero, Swervin (73-55, 8,458 sales) by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie feat. 6ix9ine, Losing It (68-62, 7,391 sales) by Fisher and Fire On Fire (74-63, 7,314 sales) by Sam Smith.

    Some of last year’s biggest hits are enjoying renewed chart activity, as ‘best of 2018’ lists – on radio, TV, in print and online – jog memories. Those that achieve double digit improvements are: One Kiss (37-22, 14,149 sales) by Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa, 2002 (69-37, 11,235 sales) by Anne-Marie, I’ll Be There (71-40, 10,510 sales) by Jess Glynne, I Found You (58-43, 10,250 sales) by Benny Blanco & Calvin Harris and New Rules (93-54, 8,480 sales) by Dua Lipa.

    Overall singles sales are up 2.63% week-on-week at 16,694,212, 11.33% above same week 2018 sales of 14,995,633. Paid-for sales are down 9.28% week-on-week at 762,603, and are 27.91% below same week 2018 sales of 1,057,884. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 284th week in a row.

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    by » 11-01-19, 19:27

    Charts analysis: The Greatest Showman goes on and on

    by Alan Jones



    Its sales are down for the third week in a row, and at their lowest level for eight weeks – but the show goes on for The Motion Picture Cast Recording of The Greatest Showman, which tops the chart for the fifth week in a row, and 26th time in all on sales of 30,364 copies (including 12,635 from sales-equivalent streams).

    Runner-up for the third week in a row, and seventh time in all is Staying At Tamara’s (16,657 sales) by George Ezra.

    Clean Bandit’s introductory album New Eyes peaked at No.3 on debut in 2014 but follow-up What Is Love? has taken six weeks to progress from its debut position of No.19 to the Top 10, where it finally arrives this week, climbing 15-9 even though its sales of 5,809 are the lowest of its career to date.

    More than 50 years after Fleetwood Mac scored their first top five album, and 27 years after they scored their seventh, they register their eighth with compilation 50 Years: Don’t Stop advancing 8-5 (8,394 sales). Although it is their first addition to their top five tally since 1990, when Behind The Mask topped the list, they were actually in the top five as recently as 2013, when their perennial 1977 chart-topper, Rumours, got as high as No.3, after being released in expanded and remastered editions to mark its 35th birthday.

    Rumours, incidentally, moves 37-38 (2,720 sales) this week, extending its latest run in the Top 75 to 96 consecutive weeks – a total exceeded only by Ed Sheeran’s Divide (97 weeks) and Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend (148). Sheeran’s X was comfortably top of this list till last month when its introductory run of 234 consecutive weeks in the Top 75 came to an end. Rumours’ remarkable tenacity have seen it spend 572 weeks in the Top 75, more than any other artist album – and its career tally of 4,107,332 sales (including 192,321 from sales-equivalent streams) earn it eighth place on the list of all-time best-selling studio albums, and 11th place on the combined studio/compilation list.

    Bohemian Rhapsody was the best film, and Rami Malek’s portrayal of the band’s lead singer Freddie Mercury was the best performance, as judged and bestowed by members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in the Golden Globe Awards last Sunday (January 6). Coverage of the wins help the soundtrack album to climb 6-4 (9,183 sales) on the album chart, and it is joined in the Top 10 again by Queen compilation The Platinum Collection (14-10, 5,790 sales). Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s Shallow, from A Star Is Born, was voted Best Original Song, and bounces 24-21 (14,487 sales) as a result, while the album climbs for the fourth week in a row, improving 4-3 (9,418 sales).

    The rest of the Top 10: Always In Between (7-6, 7,935 sales) by Jess Glynne, Odyssey (3-7, 7,560 sales) by Take That and the Motion Picture Cast Recording of Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again (9-8, 6,377 sales).

    You Know I Know (10-11, 5,685 sales) and Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Unchained Melodies (5-14, 5,231 sales) depart the Top 10.

    Sixty years after they were formed, The Searchers are to retire after their final tour later this year, and have the only new entry to the album chart this week with The Farewell Album: The Greatest Hits & More (No.35, 2,801 sales). The group, who came to fame during the 1960s beat boom, scored 14 hit singles – three of them No.1s – and four hit albums between 1963 and 1966. All of the hits, plus b-sides and album tracks from the 1960s, and a few more recent recordings are on The Farewell Album. The Searchers’ only other chart appearance since those 1960s successes came in 2009, when The Very Best Of reached No.11 and sold 66,953 copies.

    There is a new peak for the second straight week for 17-year-old Californian singer/songwriter Billie Eilish’s debut EP, Don’t Smile At Me, which makes the Top 30 at the 74th attempt, climbing 32-20 (4,350 sales).

    New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s first chart entry, Hoodie SZN - which debuted at No.57 a fortnight ago, and climbed to No.42 last week – now advances to No.29 (3,151 sales). It and Eilish’s set are the only titles in the Top 30 to increase sales week-on-week.

    Now That’s What I Call Music! 101 tops the compilation chart for the seventh week in a row (8,200 sales). Its runner-up – also for the seventh time in a row – is The Greatest Showman Revisited (6,797 sales).

    Overall album sales are down 14.99% week-on-week at 1,793,106, 3.92% above same week 2018 sales of 1,725,397. Sales-equivalent streams accounted for 1,076,600 sales – a record 60.04% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are down 31.99% week-on-week at 716,506, 14.70% below same week 2018 sales of 839,980.

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    by » 12-01-19, 22:10

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini
    10 11 14 Halsey ~ Without Me *** - she just released a remix 3 days ago so it's "actively promoted"?

    Strange.

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    by » 13-01-19, 12:18

    2 2 10 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    That's not highlighted as being on ACR, although this section of the commentary . . . . .

    Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next – which spent six weeks at No.1 last November/December – remains at No.2 despite its sales (40,760) falling for the fifth straight week to the lowest level of its 10 week chart career.
    . . . . . suggests that it surely should be. Unless perhaps it has satisfied this somewhat vague "actively promoted" rule? Several high-ranking hits have previously taken a dive at this point, and no doubt following similarly continuous declines in sales ?

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    by » 13-01-19, 15:04

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini
    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini
    10 11 14 Halsey ~ Without Me *** - she just released a remix 3 days ago so it's "actively promoted"?

    Strange.
    I am curious what that exactly means? sent to radio? added to some playlist? if it is on main Spotify playlist - does it count? how do they decide who can "actively" promote it.... I think it is unmeasurable

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    by » 13-01-19, 21:42

    Quote Originally Posted by CZB
    2 2 10 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    That's not highlighted as being on ACR, although this section of the commentary . . . . .

    [quote:r2v6et2g]Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next – which spent six weeks at No.1 last November/December – remains at No.2 despite its sales (40,760) falling for the fifth straight week to the lowest level of its 10 week chart career.
    . . . . . suggests that it surely should be. Unless perhaps it has satisfied this somewhat vague "actively promoted" rule? Several high-ranking hits have previously taken a dive at this point, and no doubt following similarly continuous declines in sales ?[/quote:r2v6et2g]'Thank U, Next' has avoided going to ACR because even though its sales fell to sales week ending 3 January (chart published 4 January) they did so by less (much less in fact) than the % decline in total market sales. As a result the track was not treated as being in decline as defined by the Singles chart rules:

    “Decline" is defined as negative week on week variance of streams and which is below the market rate of change week on week.

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    by » 14-01-19, 19:08

    Doesn't explain Halsey. She's still clearly "actively promoting" her song. A rap remix, a YT upload of her Apple Music "Vertical Video" and a NY Eve performance all posted on her YT channel.

    Hence the ten place jump from 25 to 15 on video chart - see first post.

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    by » 14-01-19, 20:45

    Halsey is on ACR. In the three weeks prior to the above chart sales of the track fell (and in the third week fell faster than the % change in the market despite climbing 3 places) which means ACR kicked in from this chart. As things stand the only way back to SCR for the track is if streams of the track outperform the change in the streaming market by 50% or more in a week. If a record is being actively promoted the label can elect to have the track manually reset to SCR but the rule only comes into play if the track is outside of the top 100.

    The relevant Singles chart rule:

    7.3 Resets

    i) Automatic Reset – a track within the Top 100 on ACR and which is within 3 years of release can automatically return to SCR if its stream total increases by 50 percentage points greater than the market change week on week. For example, a track with a week on week variance of +39%, in a week where market variance is -11%, would be automatically reset.

    ii) Manual Reset – In exceptional circumstances, where a track is being scheduled for promotion, a label may elect to manually reset a track to SCR. This manual reset is limited to two tracks per artist album, only where the track in question is outside the Top 100 and subject to one week’s notice being given from the releasing label that they wish to implement a manual reset. Manual reset shall be strictly subject to Official Charts and/or CSC approval.

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