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SONG REVENUE CHART: JUKEBOX RECEIPTS

What’s the streaming equivalent of a broken record? While Taylor was commanding all our attention the last seven days, Post Malone's "rockstar" (Republic) kept churning along, retaining its two-month lock as top earner on our Song Revenue Chart. At $192k, the track is holding up quite well, thanks, but Post is getting a serious challenge from SYCO/Epic's Cuba-born Camila Cabello, whose "Havana" made an 11% gain—though Sam Smith’s “Too Good at Goodbyes” (Capitol) vaulted over it to #2, lifted by Sam’s chart-topping album debut.

Behind “Call It What You Want,” the fourth cut to be broken off Tay’s reputation—which bowed at #4 for the same reason—is the tag team of 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin (Slaughter Gang/Epic, etc.), with a pair of movers in “Ghostface Killers” (#20-6, +56%) and "Ric Flair Drip” (#28-11, +83%).       

Marketshare: UMG 49%, Sony 31%, WMG 20%

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