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  • Darren
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    Let’s keep it moving.

    abelfenty
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    Can we please not spam this one with the same Ariana vs Billie rubbish that has cluttered the last few threads.

    OneAndOnly
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    So.. Billboard did their top 50 songs of 2019 (so far)  and “Dancing With A Stranger” is listed at #24 and interesting enough, it was Paul Grein’s song choice, ugh…

     

    https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/list/8514325/best-songs-of-2019-so-far-staff-picks

    I will always love you

    Darren
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    Billboard 200 YTD as of last week, eligible albums only:

    1. A STAR IS BORN (OST) – Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper (1,257,000)
    2. THANK U NEXT – Ariana Grande (1,251,000)
    3. CHAMPIONSHIPS – Meek Mill (1,114,000)
    8. WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP WHERE DO WE GO – Billie Eilish (894,000)
    9. HOODIE SZN – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (875,000)
    11. I AM > I WAS – 21 Savage (741,000)
    12. SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE – Soundtrack (726,000)
    15. DRIP HARDER – Lil Baby & Gunna (633,000)
    18. DYING TO LIVE – Kodak Black (587,000)
    21. DEATH RACE FOR LOVE – Juice WRLD (549,000)
    22. FREE SPIRIT – Khalid (538,000)
    23. ORIGINS – Imagine Dragons (530,000)
    26. STREET GOSSIP – Lil Baby (504,000)
    28. DUMMY BOY – 6ix9ine (482,000)
    29. NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES – Metro Boomin (474,000)
    30. ELLA MAI – Ella Mai (471,000)
    33. EXPERIMENT – Kane Brown (462,000)
    34. A LOVE LETTER TO YOU 3 – Trippie Redd (453,000)
    36. FUTURE HNDRXX PRESENTS: THE WIZRD – Future (451,000)
    37. X 100PRE – Bad Bunny (444,000)
    41. DELTA – Mumford & Sons (407,000)
    44. MAP OF THE SOUL: PERSONA – BTS (392,000)
    45. REALER – YoungBoy Never Broke Again (370,000)
    47. LOVE – Michael Buble (357,000)
    49. SKINS – XXXTentacion (354,000)
    50. TRENCH – Twenty One Pilots (352,000)
    51. STOKELEY – Ski Mask The Slump God (350,000)
    54. DRIP OR DROWN 2 – Gunna (342,000)
    63. SUNCITY – Khalid (315,000)
    65. FATHER OF 4 – Offset (312,000)
    69. LOVE ME NOW – Tory Lanez (297,000)
    76. DNA – Backstreet Boys (285,000)
    79. EVIL GENIUS – Gucci Mane (281,000)
    84. PRESENT…WRLD ON DRUGS – Future & Juice WRLD (275,000)
    86. BABY ON BABY – DaBaby (270,000)
    93. FRIENDS KEEP SECRETS (EP) – Benny Blanco (262,000)
    100. CHRISTMAS IS HERE – Pentatonix (251,000)
    105. WE ALL SHINE – YNW Melly (239,000)
    109. FEED THE STREETS II – Roddy Ricch (232,000)
    111. NORTHSBEST – Lil Mosey (231,000)
    113. BAD HABITS – NAV (228,000)
    124. BALLADS 1 – Joji (214,000)
    127. CAN’T SAY I AIN’T COUNTRY – Florida Georgia Line (212,000)
    131. MUDBOY – Sheck Wes (208,000)
    135. QUAVO HUNCHO – Quavo (205,000)
    138. SIGNED TO THE STREETS 3 – Lil Durk (198,000)
    141. SHELBY – Lil Skies (195,000)
    142. COME OVER WHEN YOU’RE SOBER PART 2 – Lil Peep (195,000)
    145. HURTS 2B HUMAN – P!nk (190,000)
    147. WASTELAND BABY – Hozier (187,000)
    148. GIRL CODE – City Girls (183,000)
    150. GIRL – Maren Morris (182,000)
    160. RAP OR GO TO THE LEAGUE – 2 Chainz (171,000)
    162. FATHER OF THE BRIDE – Vampire Weekend (168,000)
    164. THE GREATEST SHOWMAN: REIMAGINED – Various (165,000)
    166. IGOR – Tyler The Creator (165,000)
    171. CRASH TALK – ScHoolboy Q (154,000)
    174. HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM – Beyonce (146,000)
    176. WHILE WE WAIT – Kehlani (146,000)
    178. THE WORLD IS YOURS 2 – Rich The Kid (145,000)
    181. FATHER OF ASAHD – DJ Khaled (137,000)
    182. TICKET TO L.A. – Brett Young (136,000)
    186. CUZ I LOVE YOU – Lizzo (133,000)
    190. PEOPLE – Hillsong United (132,000)
    192. HONKY TONK TIME MACHINE – George Strait (129,000)
    193. ANTHEM OF THE PEACEFUL ARMY – Greta Van Fleet (129,000)
    195. SICK BOY (EP) – Chainsmokers (126,000)
    196. A LEGENDARY CHRISTMAS – John Legend (126,000)

    https://www.ukmix.org/showthread.php?120280-2019-YTD-thread-United-States/page8

    ginnala
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    This is going to be the worse Grammys ever.

    dOminiK13_
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    INLA and ARUTW sold the same as Million Reasons in the same period of time, are better songs.  Million Reasons had the Super Bowl, INLA / ARUTW had the movie

    MR, did not enter a strong year and highlighted the Rap and R & B, INLA / ARUTW as they are better in a weaker year really can reach SOTY and ROTY more easily than MR.

    Radiogagahead
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    If the nominations were announced tomorrow and I had to bet:

    AOTY
    A Star Is Born (Soundtrack)– Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper
    Cuz I Love You– Lizzo
    Father of the Bride– Vampire Weekend
    Igor– Tyler, the Creator
    Thank U, Next– Ariana Grande
    Ventura– Anderson Paak
    When I Get Home– Solange
    When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?– Billie Eilish

    -I wonder: Will the BRP snub both Knowles sisters? Nominate one? Or both?

    Darren
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    If I had to guess, neither of them will get in. Solange’s album has neither the (relative) popularity of a Golden Hour nor the visibility of a Dirty Computer (Janelle was promoting literally everywhere last year).

    I’m not predicting Beyoncé for multiple reasons: low sales, it can be recognized in Best Music Film instead, and no live album has been nominated since they added a committee to oversee general field nominations.

    Mcm
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    Honest Ariana and Lady Gaga sales shown on the map are not that way off compared to what you make it all believe. I honestly don’t think both a Live Album and an Original Soundtrack both should be placed ALBUM of the Year. It would make sense to nominate A Star is Born rather than a greatest hits list that everyone has listened to already.

    Barnacles Bro

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    If the nominations were announced tomorrow and I had to bet: AOTY A Star Is Born (Soundtrack)– Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Cuz I Love You– Lizzo Father of the Bride– Vampire Weekend Igor– Tyler, the Creator Thank U, Next– Ariana Grande Ventura– Anderson Paak When I Get Home– Solange When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?– Billie Eilish -I wonder: Will the BRP snub both Knowles sisters? Nominate one? Or both?

     

    Most will probably agree that Solange got the best shot

    Homecoming will be long forgotten when the Lion King ST comes, and even so, the ST will not be that strong to enter on aoty

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    abelfenty
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    I wouldn’t be surprised if Beyoncé doesn’t even submit Homecoming to the GF.

    Radiogagahead
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    Yeah, I currently have Solange at #8. I don’t see them nominating Beyoncé again for her to lose…

    But those next in line are underwhelming. I see GIRL and Free Spirit as sophomore slumps. I guess artists like Gary Clark Jr., Sara Bareilles, Eric Church, or Maggie Roggers could surprise, but I expect some more formidable contenders will release this summer.

    M
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    Honest Ariana and Lady Gaga sales shown on the map are not that way off compared to what you make it all believe.

    That ranking is based on sales starting from December. So ASIB’s first two months aren’t counted in (the months with the strongest sales). It already surpassed 2M SPS and is eligible for x2 Platinum:
    https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/1124473715721363456

    But it won’t matter, Taylor Swift’s album will probably top the year-end chart again.

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    dOminiK13_
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    Honest Ariana and Lady Gaga sales shown on the map are not that way off compared to what you make it all believe. I honestly don’t think both a Live Album and an Original Soundtrack both should be placed ALBUM of the Year. It would make sense to nominate A Star is Born rather than a greatest hits list that everyone has listened to already.

    US may seem little to difference but WW Gaga has 5.3 million and Ari 3 million if I am not mistaken for voters from other parts of the world like UK right ??

    dOminiK13_
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    That ranking is based on sales starting from December. So ASIB’s first two months aren’t counted in (the months with the strongest sales). It already surpassed 2M SPS and is eligible for x2 Platinum: https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/1124473715721363456 But it won’t matter, Taylor Swift’s album will probably top the year-end chart again.

    I’m afraid about Taylor’s sales this time

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