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    Rolling Stone has debuted its first ever Top 100 Songs chart with notable differences from Billboard in its Top 10:

    1. Old Town Road

    2. Señorita

    3. Money In the Grave

    4. Panini

    5. No Guidance

    6. Truth Hurts

    7. bad guy

    8. You Need To Calm Down

    9. Rodeo

    10. Suge

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    NASA
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    Something I noticed:

    break up with your girlfriend, ME!, bad guy, Senorita, YNTCD and some others reached #1

    Megatron peaked at #3. So did Truth Hurts

     

    Can I just say I love this chart? So far…

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    BICTH
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    they’re really trying everything to keep themselves alive lol, it’s embarrassing honestly

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    Boz
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    How is Truth Hurts over Bad Guy? Just one of example of probably a lot.
    They reported 19.8M streams for Lizzo and 24.1M for Billie while they sold around 24.5k and 23.9 respectively according to Kworb (Not 100% accurate but given the low sales climate valid) and Billie has like twice the radio numbers Lizzo has.
    Unlesd the chart has similar rules to the UK charts I don’t see how it makes sense.
    Also, having daily peaks is not it.Basically every new release will be #1 which makes the charts less exciting.

    This chart might benefit songs with paid streaming (Apple Music) than non-paid. That would also explain why No Guidance and Rodeo are so high.

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    abelfenty
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    This chart is pointless.

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    How have multiple songs already been number 1 when the charts just came out? Songs like TUN, 7 Rings, Taki Taki and more have already peaked at number 1… can anyone explain how that works please?

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    How have multiple songs already been number 1 when the charts just came out? Songs like TUN, 7 Rings, Taki Taki and more have already peaked at number 1… can anyone explain how that works please?

    The chart peaks shown are actually the song’s daily peaks, hence Megatron having a #3 peak but debuting at #14.

    There is a glitch on the chart though causing several errors, most notably it saying ASIB peaked at #15 and Better Now at #67.

    I will still be using Billboard for actual chart positions (i.e. the #1 song is x), but this chart will be useful as it breaks down the number of units, streams and sales.

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    NASA
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    The biggest problem for me are daily peaks. That sucks.

    No radio is GOOD.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    Can we all agree that this chart is ass?

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    Boz
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    RollingStone’s chart methodology

    Albums:
    (Pure album copies+Pure song copies [÷10]+Audio streams [Subscription÷1200/Ad-Supported÷3600]

    Songs:
    [Pure song copies+Audio streams [Subscription÷120/Ad-Supported÷360]).

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    Boz
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    Can we all agree that this chart is ass?

    To be fair, it does show what people *really* consume. Radio is a bussiness.

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    Maya Strauss
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    I seriously don’t get it. 3 streams on Youtube is the same as 1 stream on Apple Music. Just because you’re rich or prefer Apple Music doesn’t mean your stream should weigh more. Every stream from a US citizen should count the same. A stream is a stream! Charts are not totally correct because of this. I just don’t get it!

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