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  1. I just heard Dangerous Woman The longevity it has The way it's still sounding so fresh
  2. Check your listening report here: http://bit.ly/My2019Counted
  3. 'Can't Even Get the Blues' became the legend's first of 24 Hot Country Songs leaders. On Jan. 8, 1983, Reba McEntire's "Can't Even Get the Blues" became her first No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. To date, McEntire has rolled up 24 Hot Country Songs No. 1s, among 59 top 10s. Among women, only Dolly Parton boasts more leaders, with 25.
  4. From known chart predictor Simon Falk on Twitter
  5. Mariah Carey has become the first artist in history to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart in four separate decades, with her scoring the top spot for the last tracking week of the old decade and the first tracking week of the new. The Elusive Chanteuse scored a No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the 1990s, the 2000s, the 2010s and now, the 2020s. The Billboard Hot 100 data combines radio airplay, sales and streaming data, and the latter measure likely boosted Carey's song to the top. The record is also one of few songs with at least 72.2 million streams in one week, Billboard reported. A few other artists have topped the chart in three different decades, including Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Madonna and Usher, but Carey gets the four-decade crown, one that is uniquely hers -- and with what's now the highest-charting holiday song of all time. Ending an incredible 2019 run for Mariah, which kept the song at #1 on the Hot 100 for three weeks, the song is resting comfortably at #1 in Canada, Germany, Australia and matched its all time peak in the UK, where it's sitting at #2. Source
  6. Ellie Goulding is battling for her third UK Number 1 single this week with River. The cover of Joni Mitchell’s sombre Christmas classic is currently at Number 2, less than 2000 chart sales behind Tones and I’s Dance Monkey (1). River’s official music video was recently premiered on YouTube, while it's available exclusively on Amazon Music to audio stream. x 1 1 DANCE MONKEY TONES & I 14 2 RIVER ELLIE GOULDING 4 3 DON'T START NOW DUA LIPA 3 4 OWN IT STORMZY FT. ED SHEERAN & BURNA BOY 8 5 ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU MARIAH CAREY 2 6 BEFORE YOU GO LEWIS CAPALDI 13 7 LAST CHRISTMAS WHAM! 7 8 MEMORIES MAROON 5 22 9 FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK THE POGUES FT. KIRSTY MACCOLL NEW 10 HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) JOHN LEGEND 23 11 DO THEY KNOW ITS CHRISTMAS BAND AID 5 12 ROXANNE ARIZONA ZERVAS 26 13 MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE SHAKIN' STEVENS 6 14 EVERYTHING I WANTED BILLIE EILISH NEW 15 ADORE YOU HARRY STYLES 11 16 BRUISES LEWIS CAPALDI 9 17 SOUTH OF THE BORDER ED SHEERAN FT. CAMILA CABELLO & CARDI B 39 18 STEP INTO CHRISTMAS ELTON JOHN 47 19 MERRY XMAS EVERYBODY SLADE 33 20 SANTA TELL ME ARIANA GRANDE
  7. Columbia's Harry Styles, who performed to a sold-out crowd at L.A.'s Fabulous Forum on Friday, is off to a rockin' start with new album Fine Line. This morning, nine tracks from the set are in Spotify's U.S. Top 30, with two of those in the Top 5 and five in the Top 15. Line is the #1 seller on iTunes and Amazon Music, and #2 at Apple Music. SEA is looking to be about 75-100k. He's reportedly doing brisk business at retail, with vinyl playing a significant role. Based on early reads, he's headed for a blockbuster chart bow. Harry Styles (Columbia) 425-475k total activity, 335-385k album Harry's intimate L.A. show was the prelude to what promises to be a ginormous tour. He was joined on the Forum stage by musical mentor Stevie Nicks for a duet on the Fleetwood Mac classic "Landslide." Looks like Harry is due for a landslide victory on the chart as well.
  8. SAD! The official audio hasn't passed 1 million listens and it's been over 48 hours. Truly Dua's artpop Give her some help. She needs it. Imagine saying Selena is untalented and then stanning this - I - We - Gurl-
  9. Video and audio data from YouTube, along with visual plays from several music streaming services, will soon be factored into the Billboard 200 albums chart, it was announced on Friday. In addition to YouTube, officially licensed video content plays from Apple, Spotify, Tidal, and Vevo will be included in the album chart’s calculations. The inclusion of video data into the Billboard 200 arrives five years after audio streams were added, marking the chart’s shift from a measure of pure sales to a consumption model. The addition of video will also impact Billboard’s genre album consumption charts, such as Country, R&B/Hip-Hop, Latin and others. While YouTube streams have factored into the Billboard Hot 100 and other song-specific charts since February 2013, this marks a first for the album charts. In contrast with song charts, which can be impacted by user-generated videos, only official licensed video content uploaded by or on behalf of rights holders will be counted for the Billboard 200 and other albums charts. The changes take effect with the charts dated 1/18, 2020, which will reflect sales and streams for the period of 1/3-9. “As the steward of the definitive charts that uphold the industry’s measurement of music consumption, our goal is to continually respond and accurately reflect the changing landscape of the music,” said Billboard-The Hollywood Reporter Media Group president Deanna Brown. “Our decision to add YouTube and other video streaming data to our album charts reflects the continuing evolution of the music consumption market and the ways in which consumers connect to album-related content.” Lyor Cohen, global head of music at YouTube, called the changes a “very important moment in making the chart a more accurate representation of what people are listening to.” He added, “Genres like Latin, hip-hop and electronic, which consistently dominate the YouTube charts, will now be properly recognized for their popularity. This is another great step in bringing YouTube and the industry together and we’re so grateful to Billboard and the music business at large for making this addition.” The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track sales equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). “With video representing an increasingly large proportion of music consumption on some of the world’s largest platforms, the inclusion of YouTube and video overall to the Billboard 200 as well as other genre rankings is the next natural advancement for our album charts,” said Silvio Pietroluongo, senior VP of charts and data development at Billboard. source: Billboard
  10. Billboard 100 Songs That Defined The 2010’s This URL is full of graphics and can’t be screen grabbed. Click on link above and wait for graphics to load. Click on any of the 100 songs (in alphabetical order by Artist) and get the back story of how the songs came together and why Billboard considers it a “Decade Defining Song” There were a few worthy songs (and a few surprising songs) in their list
  11. Tour bundles have not changed; they remain needing the customer to actively download or ask for the physical copy of the album Merch bundles now MUST be sold on the official artist store. Merch bundles also now MUST have every item in the bundle available for purchase separately outside of the bundle The bundle has to be priced higher than the individual merch items New rule goes into effect on Jan 3, 2020 https://www.billboard.com/articles/business/chart-beat/8544817/new-rules-merchandise-album-bundles
  12. Hits Daily Double have come out with their predictions for next week’s debut albums: NEW RELEASES: LE RETOUR DE CELINE (UPDATE) Celine Dion’s Courage is projected to land the top spot on this week’s HITS Top 50. Luke Combs will fall to #2, while Tory Lanez will battle Post Malone for #3. Celine Dion (Sony Music Canada/Columbia) 122-127k total activity, 120-124k album Tory Lanez (Mad Love/Interscope)70-80k, 4-6k Lil Peep (Columbia) 28-32k, 10-12k Lady Antebellum (Big Machine/BMLG) 25-28k, 11-14k Frozen 2 Soundtrack (Walt Disney) 24-27k, 21-24k Fantastic numbers for Céline
  13. They posted them in order of release date, not by ranking. Fiona Apple, The Idler Wheel… (2012) Fiona Apple’s fourth album is full of dualities: inner demons and materialized threats; arch observations and moments of true sadness; white-hot anger and tender love. The tension between those elements animates this unpredictable, skeletal album, which finds Apple in full vocal bloom as she gives words workouts—just hear how “alone” on the shambolic “Left Alone” is stretched, again and again, to its breaking point—while working out the machinations of her always-on mind. Miguel, Kaleidoscope Dream (2012) Miguel’s 2010 debut All I Want Is You tipped him as a rising star in R&B—but his second album, 2012’s Kaleidoscope Dream, showed that his ambitions transcended genre. “Adorn” is a love song for an uneasy world, Miguel’s vocal becoming increasingly animated as he vows comfort to his intended; “The Thrill” swaggers and sways, describing the precise point where ecstasy meets danger; “Candles in the Sun” is a sun-dappled song of existential protest. A nervy, joyous album, Kaleidoscope Dream captures the fractured-world perspective of its title. Beauty Pill, Beauty Pill Describes Things As They Are (2015) Chad Clark, the chief creative force behind Beauty Pill, put his band’s process on full display while making this 2015 album, which was recorded during a two-week public session at the D.C.-area gallery Artisphere. But it’s not the gimmick that makes this album great. Instead it’s the exploratory spirit of Clark’s punked-up version of art rock, which makes songs like the glassine “Dog With Rabbit In Mouth, Unharmed” and the churning “Afrikaner Barista” feel like meticulously plotted puzzles. Carly Rae Jepsen, E•MO•TION (2015) After the early-decade blockbuster “Call Me Maybe,” Canadian pop savant Carly Rae Jepsen went on a treasure hunt for musical gems. Her third album celebrated her search’s success. E•MO•TION is packed with number one songs in heaven, kicking off with the saxophone-led crush chronicle “Run Away With Me” and running the emotional gamut through the longing of “Your Type,” the determination of “Making the Most of the Night” and the giddiness of “I Really Like You.” Few pop singers can pack as much feeling into entire songs as Jepsen can imbue in a single syllable, making E•MO•TION sparkle during even the darkest hours. Beyoncé, Lemonade (2016) An up-close examination of love, fidelity, and what happens when sacred bonds are ruptured, Beyoncé’s Lemonade, in audio and video form, is as audacious as it is heartfelt, channeling the roller coaster of emotions that run through someone’s mind after they’ve been hurt. The 2016 album is a joyride through genres—spiky rock on “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” pick-up country on “Daddy Lessons,” cinematic hip-hop on “Freedom”—and living proof that, in the wake of betrayal, finding oneself can be the best revenge. Leonard Cohen, You Want It Darker (2016) The 2010s were marked by too many losses on the pop front—David Bowie, Prince, Whitney Houston, George Michael. Canadian bard Leonard Cohenprovided a kaddish of sorts with his 14th studio album, which was released a few weeks before his death in 2016. Cohen, whose flair for the poetic remained with him until the end, interrogates the cracks that allow life’s light to get in, his low burr framed by sparse arrangements—courtesy of his son Adam—that center his sardonic yet awed lyrics. Miranda Lambert, The Weight of These Wings (2016) Since her 2003 breakout on the long-gone reality show Nashville Star, Miranda Lambert has been one of country’s brightest-burning stars. Her 2016 double album upends expectations of what it means to be “country.” Over its two discs, she shows herself to be as much of a musical wanderer as the psychedelia-tinged “Highway Vagabond” promises, scuffing up her boots on “Ugly Lights,” brooding over wayward nights on “Vice,” and marinating in heartbreak on the devastating, delicate “Tin Man.” Solange, A Seat At the Table (2016) The third solo album by Solange Knowles is a necessary reframing of the protest-music ideal, using sonic space and Solange’s resolutely acrobatic vocals to drive home its points about being black in 21st-century America. A Seat At the Table pairs its plainspoken lyrics with light-on-its-feet soul: the pianos of “Cranes In the Sky” flutter around Solange’s voice; “Don’t Touch My Hair” blooms into a strutting assertion of the self; and “Junie” is an effervescent homage to funk pioneers Ohio Players. Kendrick Lamar, DAMN. (2017) Picking just one of Kendrick Lamar’s releases for a decade-end list is tricky—even Untitled Unmastered, his 2016 collection of demos, is a solid hip-hop record. But with 2017’s DAMN., Lamar dove even deeper into his own head while expanding his sonic palette even further, adding Rihanna hooks (on the woozy “Loyalty”) and Fox News drops (on the critic-aimed “DNA”) as well as his own superhero origin story to his knotty, allusion-filled rhymes. DAMN. is a snapshot of an artist at the peak of his powers, who’s prepping to take himself even higher. Ozuna, Aura (2018) The second album from this Puerto Rican-born reggaetonero opens up the big tent of Latin music, which vaulted to popularity in the American mainland over the decade. Ozuna’s fusion of reggaeton’s riddims and the spare beats of late-10’s pop-trap make songs like the simmering “Única” ready for the club, while the collab with bachata king Romeo Santos, “Ibiza,” shows that his romanticism is just as potent when paired with that genre’s crisp guitars. Cardi B’s turn as Ozuna’s duet partner on “La Modela,” meanwhile, puts the spotlight on the “Bodak Yellow” MC’s sensitive side.
  14. Stereogum (So many albums I have never heard of)
  15. Exclaim Magazine is Canada’s authority on Canadian Music and they have come out with their Top 50 List of the Best Canadian Albums released during this decade. Some of you may be interested in these artists and their albums: Top 50 List (Starts With Top 10 - press <previous> button to see the #11 to 50)
  16. https://www.last.fm/charts top 5 songs Saint-Tropez - Post Malone Hollywood's Bleeding - Post Enemies - Post and DaBaby A Thousand Times Bad - Post Boy with Luv - BTS and Halsey top 5 artists Post Malone Taylor Swift Melanie Martinez BTS Lana Del Rey why the fuck is Post Maloone everywhere?
  17. 2019 now ties 2012 as the year with the most female artists to top the chart this decade (6).
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