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REVENUE CHART, NOW WITH GREAT "CALL OUT"

With more than $301k earned from the week ending 4/5, The Weeknd's "Call Out My Name" (XO/Republic) debuts at #1 on HITS' Song Revenue Chart, pushing down Drake's "God's Plan" (YMCMB/Republic). The latter pulled in north of $202k that week.

In fact, the entire Top 5 belongs to Republic, as The Weeknd's "Wasted Times" and "Try Me" bow at #3 and #4, and Post Malone f/Ty Dolla $ign's "Psycho" moves to #5. UMG, which holds 68% marketshare, has 14 of the Top 20 tracks.

A total of five Weeknd tracks make up the Top 10, while Cardi B's "Be Careful" (Atlantic) debuts at #9 with $140k+. Together, all six tracks from The Weeknd's latest release, My Dear Melancholy,, generated more than $1m.

Interscope's Rich the Kid, whose "Plug Walk" can be found at #10, enjoys one of most noteworthy jumps, as his "New Freezer" f/Kendrick Lamar rises #38-27. Meanwhile, a third Rich track, "Lost It" f/Offset & Quavo," enters at #42.

Access the chart here.

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