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  • JustGuy89
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    Jesus what an atrocious top 10. With the exception of Queen Dua.

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    Show Me The Receipts!
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    Jesus what an atrocious top 10. With the exception of Queen Dua.

    That Maroon 5 song is the worst.

    My name is NOT Susan.

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    vinny
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    Dan + Shay featuring Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”

    LOVE this song soooo glad to see it doing great

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    Boz
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    LOVE this song

    Why tho?

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    vinny
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    Why tho?

    I think the lyrics are great….cheesy but great lol and it just is so catchy.

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    Mary J
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    Get it, Future & Drake @ #2!

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    BenitoDelicias
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    That Maroon 5 song is the worst.

    It’s funny how they always come up with another Top 10 hit. You always thing they’re done and then here they are again with another long lasting hit.

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    Atypical
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    TOP 10 FOR THE WEEK OF 2/22/20:

    1. Roddy Rich, “The Box”
    2. Future featuring Drake, “Life Is Good”
    3. Post Malone, “Circles”
    4. Maroon 5, “Memories”
    5. Tones & I, “Dance Monkey”
    6. Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now”
    7. Arizona Zervas, “Roxanne”
    8. Lewis Capaldi, “Someone You Loved”
    9. Dan + Shay featuring Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”
    10. Billie Eilish, “Everything I Wanted”

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    Tooner
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    Could Dua climb to 1?

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    smurty11
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    If her album was coming out in a couple weeks maybe. I think its coming out on April 3rd. That’s too late. Once the radio is done with it in a month it’ll go down the charts and have a minor jump back in the top 10 when the album is released.

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    Boz
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    I knew Don’t Start Now was going to be a hit. It’s just too good.

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    kanil032
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    After Don’t start now, i want physical to do better because PHYSICAL is too good

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    Atypical
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    “Don’t Start Now” and “Physical” are both bops! Prove these bitches wrong, Ms. Lipa!

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    JJS5056
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    Does anyone else think that Billboard needs a new way of measuring success with the way music is currently bought and consumed? I mean, radio-play was somewhat of an equalizer in the past, as it balanced the demand of multiple demographics regardless of purchasing power with the draw of established acts. Performances, appearances, etc., all mattered since they enabled artists to extend the reach of their work as much as possible to increase that demand and/or grab fans who were still purchasing physical media.

    Now, songs rely so heavily on streaming that it seems like they indundate platforms with single after single until something clicks, and once it gets added into the rotation of playlists, etc., it sits within the Top 40 for, like, ever.

    Dua Lip’s “Don’t Start Now” is probably the closest performance I have seen recently to the “old ways” in that it had solid fan support from the start, maintained promotion, and has consistently performed better over the last several week because of it while becoming a radio staple. Otherwise, other entries seem to either have a huge first week before falling dramatically, or sit pretty at/near the top for a crazy amount of time and yet, I don’t see nearly as many televised performances, innovative promotional efforts, etc.?

    /”boomer” commentary.

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    smurty11
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    Unpopular opinion, I like streaming. It can be manipulated but it’s still more democratic than radio. Hits used to be forced on the public because of the label’s relationship to the radio station. Now you can’t fake it as much. That’s why so many main pop artists are struggling.

    Even Tik Tok as of now helps a song take off based on genuine interest and engagement.

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