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REVENUE CHART

No smash exploded during the week ending 11/1, which is covered in our latest Song Revenue Chart, nor did any track earn close to $200k. Most of the Top 50 entries were down week over week; the only songs on the leaderboard to finish in positive territory were Sheck Wes’ #3 “Mo Bamba” (+14%) and Cardi B’s fittingly titled #5 finisher “Money” (+112% in its first full week), while Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” was flat.

The lone Top 10 debut was XXXTentacion & Lil Pump f/Maluma & Swae Lee’s “Arms Around You.”

You’ll need to scroll down to find the fun. Making their annual appearances were Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” at #28 and Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers’ “Monster Mash,” which just made the cut at #48, taking in $50k a full 56 years after topping the charts.

We double-dog dare you to visit the Song Revenue Chart.

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