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  • Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    I hope Lil Nas X gets 17 weeks at #1. I’m tired of that record being brought up. It’s been long enough. It’s time for something to break it, and “Old Town Road” is clearly one of the biggest songs we have this decade.

    Senorita is really the biggest competition OTR has faced since it reached t the #1 spot. The song is gaining tons of momentum right now. It’s very possible that Lil Nas X doesn’t make it to 17 weeks at the top.

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    abelfenty
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    Lil Nas is easily breaking the record at this point. Señorita will come no where close.

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    NASA
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    Ariana will stop Lil Nas X from breaking the record. Mark my words.

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    Skies
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    Ariana will stop Lil Nas X from breaking the record. Mark my words.

    With what? I thought she wasn’t releasing any more singles.

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    circa 1993
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    Shawn Mendes remade Justin Timberfake’s “Señorita”?

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    Driven by a large ticket bundle and strong indie sales, The Raconteurs have dramatically entered the race for #1. The Jack White-fronted act is battling the debut EP from Lil Nas X.

    1. The Raconteurs (Third Man) 70-80k total activity. 68-78k album
    2. Lil Nas X (Columbia) 70-80k, 3-4k

    http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=316951&title=TOP-20%3A-TOO-CLOSE-TO-CALL

    LMAO

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    3-4K in sales is pathetic for an album or EP containing the biggest hit in the land for the past three months and counting. It certainly indicates how fickle his fans are and how short his career is likely to be once the Old Town Road fad finally dies. He might be able to hold on to a ROTY nom; but I’d say the Grammys are not going to show him much love at all, certainly no AOTY nomination. Will anybody admit to liking his music in six months?

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    circa 1993
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    I wanna sit on Lil’ Nas X’s face.

    He’s a cutie.

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    Oz
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    I wanna sit on Lil’ Nas X’s face.

    He’s a cutie.

    He’s a bottom hunny

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    abelfenty
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    3-4K in sales is pathetic for an album or EP containing the biggest hit in the land for the past three months and counting.

    Ma’am it’s 2019 not 1990.

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    Unless you’re a big name veteran artist, sales are basically dead. Streaming is what’s in at the end of this decade. The current youth does not know what a CD/digital album is. Lil Nas X probably won’t last long very long, but his sales are pretty much irrelevant as to why.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    3-4K in sales is pathetic for an album or EP containing the biggest hit in the land for the past three months and counting. It certainly indicates how fickle his fans are and how short his career is likely to be once the Old Town Road fad finally dies. He might be able to hold on to a ROTY nom; but I’d say the Grammys are not going to show him much love at all, certainly no AOTY nomination. Will anybody admit to liking his music in six months?

    Fam, streaming rules now. In that facet of the game, Lil Nas X us still smashing it. Panini and Rodeo are both streaming quite well.

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    Fam, streaming rules now. In that facet of the game, Lil Nas X us still smashing it. Panini and Rodeo are both streaming quite well.

    The money in the music industry nowadays is made with merchandise and touring. If people aren’t willing to shell out $7 for his album/EP, they won’t be buying his memorabilia nor tickets to see him on stage. A huge number of streams may place him high on the charts but they don’t keep the lights on for long.

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    1. Lil Nas X – “Old Town Road” ft. Billy Ray Cyrus (=)
    2. Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello – “Señorita” (NEW)
    3. Billie Eilish – “bad guy” (=)
    4. Khalid – “Talk” ft. Disclosure (=)
    5. Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber – “I Don’t Care” (=)
    6. Jonas Brothers – “Sucker” (=)
    7. DaBaby – “Suge” (+2)
    8. Drake – “Money In The Grave” ft. Rick Ross (-1)
    9. Chris Brown – “No Guidance” ft. Drake (+1)
    10. Post Malone – “Wow.” (-2)

    “ Panini” and “Rodeo” debut at #16 and #22 respectively.

    “Megatron” debuts at #20.

    “Truth Hurts” rises to #11.

    “You Need to Calm Down” drops to #13.

    “Señorita” is the 7th song OTR has blocked from #1.

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    1. Lil Nas X – “Old Town Road” ft. Billy Ray Cyrus (=) 2. Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello – “Señorita” (NEW) 3. Billie Eilish – “bad guy” (=) 4. Khalid – “Talk” ft. Disclosure (=) 5. Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber – “I Don’t Care” (=) 6. Jonas Brothers – “Sucker” (=) 7. DaBaby – “Suge” (+2) 8. Drake – “Money In The Grave” ft. Rick Ross (-1) 9. Chris Brown – “No Guidance” ft. Drake (+1) 10. Post Malone – “Wow.” (-2) “ Panini” and “Rodeo” debut at #16 and #22 respectively. “Megatron” debuts at #20. “Truth Hurts” rises to #11. “You Need to Calm Down” drops to #13. “Señorita” is the 7th song OTR has blocked from #1.

    Really gotta hand it to Lil Nas X… he really blocked Shawn and Taylor from a #1 TWICE

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