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SPOTIFY U.S. TOP 25: SHAWN LEADS, TECCA RISES

Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello holds onto #1 on Spotify's U.S. daily streaming chart for the second day in a row. Their second collaboration together, "Señorita" (Island), has topped the Global chart since its release. 

Newcomer Lil Tecca's fast-rising "Ransom" (Republic) has moved up to #7, its highest position yet. 

With the arrival of his 7 EP, Lil Nas X maintains three tracks within the top 10; "Panini" holds strong at #3.

As for marketshare, UMG leads with 50%, followed by SME's 35%, WMG with 13% and Indies' 3%.

 

 Rank   Artist | Track Name   06/24/2019 
 1   Señorita 
 Shawn Mendes 
 1,855,915 
 2   Money In The Grave (Drake ft. Rick Ross) 
 Drake 
 1,698,879 
 3   Panini 
 Lil Nas X 
 1,696,268 
 4   bad guy 
 Billie Eilish 
 1,205,511 
 5   Truth Hurts 
 Lizzo 
 1,077,846 
 6   Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus) - Remix 
 Lil Nas X 
 1,076,539 
 7   Ransom 
 Lil Tecca 
 1,017,637 
 8   You Need To Calm Down 
 Taylor Swift 
 1,015,813 
 9   Rodeo 
 Lil Nas X 
 982,318 
 10   The London (feat. J. Cole & Travis Scott) 
 Young Thug 
 977,153 
 11   I Don't Care (with Justin Bieber) 
 Ed Sheeran 
 973,340 
 12   Suge 
 DaBaby 
 908,407 
 13   Sunflower - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 
 Post Malone 
 844,881 
 14   EARFQUAKE 
 Tyler, The Creator 
 837,049 
 15   No Guidance (feat. Drake) 
 Chris Brown 
 787,401 
 16   Pop Out (feat. Lil Tjay) 
 Polo G 
 782,117 
 17   Talk 
 Khalid 
 734,255 
 18   Never Really Over 
 Katy Perry 
 733,819 
 19   One Thing Right - feat. Kane Brown 
 Marshmello 
 671,836 
 20   If I Can't Have You 
 Shawn Mendes 
 664,673 
 21   Sucker 
 Jonas Brothers 
 635,742 
 22   Go Loko (feat. Tyga, Jon Z) 
 YG 
 618,591 
 23   Wow. 
 Post Malone 
 617,064 
 24   Call You Mine (with Bebe Rexha) 
 The Chainsmokers 
 596,300 
 25   Lalala 
 Y2K 
 594,176 
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