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  • MiguelTwentyFive
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    Do you honestly think that? That song has had the most promo for anything, ever. We don’t even know the name of the song and the billboards are just telling people to go to a website. It will have radio deals and Taylor’s fan army is massive so I personally don’t think OTR will last once that is released. OTR has good streams right now because no one else but Billie has released within the last couple of weeks! So do you honestly think that or are you trolling?

    Just Wait for four days until you hear the new song from Taylor.

    circa 1993
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    Jonas Brothers have the #1 song on Pop radio. I’m happy (and kind of surprised) “Sucker” didn’t free fall off the charts.

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    Honey, I hope Normani slays Camilla’s entire career. Normani is the true star of Fifth Harmony.

    Ladies, what do we think of this new BTS track? Should I listen to it? The boys are cute but don’t excite me.

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    Lemonade re-enters the Billboard 200 top 10 at #9, 3 years after its original release.

    Homecoming peaks at #4 since it had a full tracking week this time. If it had a whole week after it’s release, I imagine it could’ve gone #1.

    Billie’s back at #1.

    1. When We All Fall Asleep… (Billie Eilish)

    2. Free Spirit (Khalid)

    3. Map of the Soul: Persona (BTS)

    4. Homecoming: The Live Album (Beyoncé)

    5. thank u, next (Ariana Grande)

    6. Cuz I Love You (Lizzo)

    7. Victory Lap (Nipsey Hussle)

    8. Death Race for Love (Juice WRLD)

    9. Lemonade (Beyoncé)

    10. beerbongs & bentleys (Post Malone)

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    Billboard Hot 100

    1. Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus – Old Town Road
    2. Post Malone – Wow.
    3. Post Malone and Swae Lee – Sunflower
    4. Ariana Grande – 7 Rings
    5. Jonas Brothers – Sucker
    6. Halsey – Without Me
    7. Sam Smith and Normani – Dancing With a Stranger
    8. Khalid – Talk
    9. Billie Ellish – Bad Guy
    10. J. Cole – Middle Child
    11. Ava Max – Sweet but Psycho

    Taylor Swift avoids the chance of a #1 debut next week, as “ME!” debuts at #100 this week.

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    Riley
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    I wonder why they did not avoid that.  On a related note, I am intrigued by how the song is credited as featuring Brendon Urie instead of Panic! at the Disco, of which he is the only official member.  I assume that it is a contractual thing with the label.

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    Billboard Hot 100

    Taylor Swift avoids the chance of a #1 debut next week, as “ME!” debuts at #100 this week.

    How is that even possible? Doesn’t tracking begin Friday?

    Boz
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    Streams and sales are tracked from Fri to Thursday but radio is from Monday to Sunday. So the song got enough radio on the weekend to debut only based on radio.

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    It’s so boring seeing the top 10 being almost identical every week.

    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Billboard Hot 100

    1. Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus – Old Town Road
    2. Post Malone – Wow.
    3. Post Malone and Swae Lee – Sunflower
    4. Ariana Grande – 7 Rings
    5. Jonas Brothers – Sucker
    6. Halsey – Without Me
    7. Sam Smith and Normani – Dancing With a Stranger
    8. Khalid – Talk
    9. Billie Ellish – Bad Guy
    10. J. Cole – Middle Child
    11. Ava Max – Sweet but Psycho

    Taylor Swift avoids the chance of a #1 debut next week, as “ME!” debuts at #100 this week.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this the first time in months that “Without Me” isn’t in the top five?

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    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this the first time in months that “Without Me” isn’t in the top five?

    Its true! This week marks Without Me spending half a year within the top 10 though!

    Boz
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    “i’m so tired” just shoot up 13 spots to #81. Hopefully the US will start putting some respect on Troye Sivan.

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    Hot 100 – 10 biggest streaming weeks:

    Total Weekly U.S. Streams, Title, Artist, Chart Date
    143 million, “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, April 20, 2019
    125.2 million, “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, April 27, 2019
    116.2 million, “In My Feelings,” Drake, July 28, 2018
    114.4 million, “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, May 4, 2019
    106.2 million, “In My Feelings,” Drake, Aug. 4, 2018
    103.1 million, “Harlem Shake,” Baauer, March 2, 2013
    101.7 million, “God’s Plan,” Drake, March 3, 2018
    97.6 million, “Harlem Shake,” Baauer, March 9, 2013
    95.4 million, “In My Feelings,” Drake, Aug. 11, 2018
    93.8 million, “Thank U, Next,” Ariana Grande, Dec. 15, 2018

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    “i’m so tired” just shoot up 13 spots to #81. Hopefully the US will start putting some respect on Troye Sivan.

    It’s so sad that “i’m so tired” isn’t in the Top 10. It’s such a fun song!

    Can someone explain the appeal of “Old Town Road”? I honestly don’t get the hype…

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    Can someone explain the appeal of “Old Town Road”? I honestly don’t get the hype…

    At one level, it’s a fun catchy song, that feels like a genuinely fun thing to listen to, rather than Taylor Swift’s Me! which feels like a more contrived fun.

    Having said that, it appeared that Lil Nas X was planning for his song to go viral, so you can call it contrived too if you want.

    https://www.vulture.com/2019/04/lil-nas-x-old-town-road-controversy-explained.html

    This is a great article, the best I’ve read about what Old Town Road signifies, other than just a catchy song.

    The High Rise and the Hollow
    Hip-hop on horseback, against Billboard apartheid

    https://communemag.com/the-high-rise-and-the-hollow/

    Did Lil Nas X think about all of this? Do people streaming the song think about this when they listen? Probably not, the song is short and the article is long, but I think at least at some level, people are aware that there is more going on here that just a catchy song that uses some cowboy imagery.

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