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STREAMING SONGS CHART: THE STREAM GETS SLIMEY

Post Malone retains the top spot and Taylor Swift bows at #3 with "Gorgeous," but Future & Young Thug are all over the new Streaming Songs Chart, bowing at #4, #10, #13,#21, #25, #29, #31, #35, #36, #46 and #47 with cuts from their Super Slimey collaborative set. That's a big reason Sony owns 42% marketshare of the current Top 50, while UMG has 35%, WMG 20% and indies 3%. Also contributing to Sony's haul: Khalid21 Savage, Camila Cabello, SZATravis Scott, French MontanaYo GottiG-Eazy and a debuting A$AP Ferg.

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