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  1. 1. God's Plan (=) *fourth week at #1* 2. Perfect (=) 3. Finesse (=) 4. Havana (=) 5. rockstar (=) 6. Look Alive *new* 7. Meant To Be (+2) *new peak* 8. New Rules (-2) 9. All The Stars (+22) *new peak* 10. Stir Fry (-2) 14. Him & I (+1) *new peak* 17. The Middle (+5) *new peak* 22. Mine (+7) *new peak* 29. Never Be The Same (-2) Read more
  2. The Justin Bieber-assisted smash reigns for a 42nd week, passing Enrique Iglesias' "Bailando." Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," featuring Justin Bieber, claims the all-longevity mark atop Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart all to itself, as the song scores a record-breaking 42nd week at No. 1 on the ranking dated Feb. 17. The hit surpasses the 41-week reign of Enrique Iglesias' "Bailando," featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona, in 2014-15. Erika Ender, one of the six writers of "Despacito," tells Billboard of the feat, "This song has been so unpredictable and so surprisingly wonderful, as are the spontaneous and authentic emotions for those who are able to connect, with any heart and in any language. I'm happy for this new record for Latin music." Hot Latin Songs blends streaming, airplay and sales data; it switched from an airplay-only methodology on Oct. 20, 2012. "Despacito" first led the chart dated a year ago this week, rising to its first frame at No. 1 on the Feb. 18, 2017-dated tally. It spent 35 consecutive weeks at No. 1 and then ceded the summit to J Balvin and Willy Willliam's "Mi Gente," featuring Beyoncé, for 12 weeks, beginning Oct. 21. "Despacito" then returned for another seven weeks at No. 1 (so far). Here's a recap of the longest all-time reigns on Hot Latin Songs (dating to the chart's Oct. 4, 1986, inception. Most Weeks at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artist, Date Reached No. 1 42 weeks, "Despacito," Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber, Feb. 18, 2017 41 weeks, "Bailando," Enrique Iglesias feat. Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona, May 17, 2014 30 weeks, "El Perdón," Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias, March 21, 2015 25 weeks, "La Tortura," Shakira feat. Alejandro Sanz, June 4, 2005 22 weeks, "Ginza," J Balvin, Oct, 17, 2015 20 weeks, "Te Quiero," Flex, April 5, 2008 20 weeks, "Me Enamora," Juanes, Sept. 29, 2007 20 weeks, "A Puro Dolor," Son by Four, April 1, 2000 Along the way, "Despacito" also made history atop the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, ruling for 16 weeks beginning May 27, 2017. The song tied Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men's "One Sweet Day" for the most weeks at No. 1 in the Hot 100's 59-year history. Source:Billboard
  3. Charts

    EMINEM RECEIPTS: Album Sales 1. Infinite (1996) US : 1,000 Worldwide : N/A 2. Slim Shady LP (1999) US : 5,500,000 (5x platinum) WW : 18,000,000 3. Marshall Mathers LP (2000) US : 13 500 000 (13x platinum/1x diamond) Worldwide : 37 000 000 4. The Eminem Show (2002) US : 12 300 000 (12x platinum/1x diamond) Worldwide : 34 000 000 5. Encore (2004) US : 5 500 000 (5x platinum) Worldwide : 23 500 000 6. Relapse (2009) US : 2 500 000 (2x platinum) Worldwide : 7 500 000 7. Recovery (2010) US : 4 700 000 (4x platinum) Worldwide : 16 200 000 8. Marshall Mathers LP 2 (2013) US : 4 400 000 (4x platinum) Worldwide : 10 500 000 9. Revival (2017 - New) US : Unknown Worldwide : 1 300 000 ————————————— Total Eminem Studio album sales in the United States : ~49.000.000 Total Eminem Studio album sales WW : ~147.201.000 Mixtapes, EPs, Soundtracks, Compilations... : 26 790 000 TOTAL (all albums) : 173.991.000 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• — Single sales as a Lead Artist (certified/WW) : Just Don’t Give A F*ck : — / — My Name Is : 600 000 / peak (US) : #36 Role Model : — / — Guilty Conscience ft. Dr Dre : 200 000 / #68 The Real Slim Shady : 550 000 / #4 The Way I Am : 220 000 / #58 Stan ft. Dido : 1 915 000 / #51 Without Me : 1 940 000 / #2 Cleanin’ Out My Closet : 320 000 / #4 Lose Yourself : 7 290 000 / #1 Till I Collapse : 3 225 000 / — Superman : — / #15 Sing For The Moment : 270 000 / #14 Business : 35 000 / — Just Lose It : 1 050 000 / #6 Like Toy Soldiers : 1 035 000 / #34 Mockingbird : 1 035 000 / #11 Ass Like That : 35 000 / #60 When I’m Gone : 1 350 000 / #8 Shake That : 120 000 / #6 You Don’t Know : — / #12 Crack A Bottle : 270 000 (sales are unknown in the US) / #1 We Made You : 3 755 000 / #9 3 AM : — / #34 Beautiful : 215 000 / #17 Not Afraid : 11 500 000 / #1 Love The Way You Lie : 13 285 000 / #1 No Love : 1 520 000 / #23 Won’t Back Down : 500 000 / #62 Space Bound : 1 100 000 / #119 Berzerk : 1 700 000 / #3 Survival : 200 000 / #16 Rap God : 3 650 000 / #7 Beatiful Pain : 15 000 / #99 The Monster : 6 765 000 / #1 Headlights : 70 000 / #45 Guts Over Fear : — / #22 Detroit vs. Everybody : — / #108 Phenomenal : — / #47 Kings Never Die : — / #80 Walk On Water : 220 000 / #14 River : 510 000 / #1 TOTAL AS A LEAD ARTIST (CERTIFICATIONS ALONE) : ~66.515.000 AS A FEATURED ARTIST : Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre ft. Eminem : 400 000 / #25 Trick Trick - Welcome 2 Detroit ft. Eminem : — / #100 Akon - Smack That ft. Eminem : 3 355 000 / #2 Drake - Forever ft. Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem : 200 000 / #8 Lil Wayne - Drop the World ft. Eminem : 4 200 000 / #18 Dr. Dre - I Need A Doctor ft. Skylar Grey & Eminem : 2 540 000 / #4 50 Cent - My Life ft. Eminem & Adam Levine : 1 200 000 / #27 Big Sean - No Favors ft. Eminem : 500 000 / #22 — 12 395 000 TOTAL (as a lead & featured artist) : 78 910 000 • Total Records sold : ~ 252 901 000 By the way I count as in CERTIFICATIONS alone, most of those certfications are PURE and some are unknown in the United States, he doesn’t update at all. So imagine if we added STREAMS and ESTIMATED sales instead of CERTIFIED sales. He would sell around 280m. Whatever, with pure certifications alone, he sold around 250m, not 170m or 226m. IMPRESSIVE!
  4. 1. God's Plan (=) *third week* 2. Perfect (=) 3. Finesse (=) 4. Havana (=) 5. rockstar (=) 6. New Rules (+1) *new peak* 7. Pray For Me *new* 8. Stir Fry (+4) *new peak* 9. Meant To Be (+2) *new peak* 10. Bad At Love (-4) 15. Him & I (+1) *re-peak* 17. Say Something (-8) 19. Bodak Yellow (+6) 20. Bartier Cardi (-1) 22. The Middle (+1) *new peak* 27. Never Be The Same (+5) *new peak* 34. Filthy (+17) 73. Man Of The Woods *new* 100. Supplies *re* Read more
  5. Charts

    hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 without a music video. It is the fastest song to be certified diamond in the US
  6. If it hits #1 it will be the 8th song of Anti to do so
  7. Career defining smash, look at ha shitting on Despacito http://zene.slagerlistak.hu/single-track-top-40-lista/2018/5
  8. Source: https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-200 Get those sympathy sales mama
  9. 1. God's Plan (=) *second week* 2. Perfect (=) 3. Finesse (+2) *re-peak* 4. Havana (-1) 5. rockstar (-1) 6. Bad At Love (=) 7. New Rules (+1) *new peak* 8. MotorSport (+3) 9. Say Something *new* 10. Thunder (-1) 16. Him & I (=) 23. The Middle *new* 32. Never Be The Same (+5) 51. Filthy (-18)
  10. Not labeling this as an achievement yet but it’s been circulating around on Twitter a lot today that they’re both eligible for Diamond certs Shake It Off is definitely super close or eligible at this point seeing as it was certified 9x platinum in June and has accumulated well over 300 million streams streams since then (I’ve seen calculations that it’s at 9.8M but again, idk how reliable that is). 1989’s certification was updated to 9x platinum at the beginning of December and it was definitely over just 9.0M by then so the same applies to it. Hopefully her team hurries and gets them certified soon when they are eligible (or if they already are) since she’ll be the first female to get a Diamond certified album and single from the same era (as long as Adele’s label doesn’t get RITD certified beforehand) Anyway, maybe someone who knows more about charts here can shed some light on their stats if they know RIAA’s formula for calculating units because I have no clue
  11. 1. God's Plan *new* 2. Perfect (=) 3. Havana (-2) 4. rockstar (-1) 5. Finesse (-1) 6. Bad At Love (-1) 7. Diplomatic Immunity *new* 8. New Rules (=) 9. Thunder (-3) 10. No Limit (-3) Read more
  12. http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/ I'm low-key surprised, because this era has been going on forever and IDGAF is basic AF, but then so is the general public She's giving me pre-digital era teas when record labels had confidence in their artists enough to keep trying for a hit, and then keeping them going by serving more
  13. Charts

    Chart Updates
  14. The album spends its 104th consecutive week on the chart this week at #84 Rihanna has now been on the Billboard Hot 100 & Billboard 200 charts simultaneously for 2 years straight
  15. 1. Havana (+1) *new peak* 2. Perfect (-1) 3. rockstar (+1) 4. FInesse (-1) 5. Bad At Love (+2) *new peak* 6. Thunder (=) 7. No Limit (-2) 8. New Rules (+3) *new peak* 9. Too Good At Goodbyes (-1) 10. MotorSport (=) 15. Him & I (+1) *re-peak* 17. Meant To Be (+1) *new peak* 18. End Game (+18) *new peak* 35. Never Be The Same (+35) *new peak* 92. IDGAF *new* Read more
  16. SHE FINALLY DID IT. YESSSSSS.
  17. 1. River (+1) *1st week at #1, Eminem's ninth #1* 2. Barking (+2) *new peak* 3. Perfect (-2) 4. I Miss You (+1) *new peak* 5. Finesse (+2) *new peak* 6. Anywhere (-3) 7. Never Be the Same (+22) *new peak* 8. Tip Toe (+4) *new peak* 9. Let You Down (-3) 10. I Know You (=) 11. Breathe (+2) *new peak* 14. IDGAF (+24) *new peak* 16. Havana (-3) 18. Man's Not Hot (-9) 21. For You (-10) 28. Filthy (-13) 30. New Rules (-5) 38. My My My *new* 40. She Loves Control *new* 45. Zombie *re-entry at peak* 47. Linger *re-entry* 49. End Game (+34) *new peak* Source + full top 100: OCC Article: OCC
  18. The rapper ties Drake & Kendrick Lamar with a stake in half of the chart’s top 10. Cardi B becomes the third act -- and first woman -- with five of the top 10 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in a single week since the list began in 1958 (when it was called the Hot R&B Sides chart). She places five in the top 10 of the list dated Jan. 20. Among all acts, Cardi B ties Drake and Kendrick Lamar for the most concurrent top 10s. Drake has done it eight times (all in 2016) and Lamar has managed the achievement once, in 2017. Among women, Cardi B was previously tied with Beyoncé, with four -- a feat Cardi B matched in the previous two weeks (Jan. 13 and Jan. 6). Further, Cardi B is the only artist to achieve the feat with her first five chart entries. The Cardi B collection starts at the top of the new chart, as her collaboration with Bruno Mars, “Finesse,” roars 16-1 in its first full tracking week. (The song debuted on the Jan. 13 list, as its Jan. 4 release date allotted for one day of sales and streams’ contributions in the prior tracking week.) The ascent gives Cardi B her second No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, after “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” amassed a six-week stint in September-October 2017. With the burst, “Finesse” seizes the triple crown of the chart’s Digital, Streaming and Airplay Gainer prizes. The tune powers 5-1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart and clocks a 189 percent burst to 87,000 downloads in the week ending Jan. 11, according to Nielsen Music. “Finesse” also debuts atop R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs, pulling 38.3 million U.S. plays, and darts 31-20 on R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay with 11 million in radio audience, a 62 percent spike for the week ending Jan. 14. In addition to “Finesse,” Cardi B ranks in the top 10 of Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs with a featured role on G-Eazy’s “No Limit,” which slides from its No. 2 high to No. 3, “Motorsport,” a collaboration with Migos and Nicki Minaj, which retreats 3-4, “Bartier Cardi,” up 9-7 and “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”, a non-mover at No. 10. Source: Billboard
  19. Lana Del Rey becomes just the third woman in the history of the Billboard 200 chart to have an album spend at least 300 weeks on the survey. Her Born to Die clocks its 300th frame on the latest tally (dated Jan. 20), rising 148-141. Since the Billboard 200 began publishing on a regular weekly basis in 1956, only two other albums by women have notched at least 300 weeks on the chart: Carole King's Tapestry (318 weeks) and Adele's 21 (359 weeks). Tapestry bowed in 1971 and spent 15 weeks at No. 1, and 21 arrived in 2011 and logged 24 weeks at the summit, the most for an album by a solo female. bitch how https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8094772/lana-del-rey-born-to-die-300-weeks-billboard-200-albums-chart?utm_source=twitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral
  20. 1. Perfect (=) *sixth week at #1* 2. Havana (=) 3. Finesse (+32) *new peak* 4. rockstar (-1) 5. No Limit (=) 6. Thunder (-2) 7. Bad At Love (-1) 8. Too Good At Goodbyes (-1) 9. Filthy *new* 10. MotorSport (-2) 11. New Rules (=) 14. Bartier Cardi (+5) *re-peak* 74. MIC Drop (-8) Read more
  21. https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8094220/billboard-200-chart-moves-ed-sheerans-divide-spends-40th-week No pop album has had such longevity since like 1989
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