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TEA TOTALING: Meanwhile, mighty Columbia, though shoved out of the frontline catbird seat by the baseball-cap-wearin’ Nashville outlaw, remains on top in TEA, thanks to the potent combo of eight Top 50 albums (ranging from #4 Beyoncé’s 50k to Journey’s Greatest Hits, which registered nearly 15k windfall digits after iTunes put it on sale for $6.99), along with five Top 25 tracks, led by Pharrell’s 32.9k track-equivalent albums, and including the ascending “Turn Down for What” from DJ Snake & Lil Jon, #15 with 7.8k TEAs. They’re practically printing money at 550 Madison, with no end in sight—not with G I R L hitting on 3/4. (2/20p)

BIEBER POSTPONES TOUR
New dates to be announced soon. (4/1a)
TOURING IN 2020:
HOW IT LOOKS NOW
Uncertainty from coast to coast (4/1a)
LIVE NATION CREATES CREW NATION,
PLEDGES $10M
Very cool move (4/1a)
REVENUE CHART:
LOONEY WEEKND
MVP frontunner of 2020 (4/1a)
VIRTUAL CONCERT AND LIVESTREAM ROUNDUP (UPDATED DAILY)
Giving home entertainment new meaning (4/2a)
WE FOUND SOME TOILET PAPER
Also known as back issues of HITS.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
We turn out to be pioneers.
STREAMING STORIES
The music doc shows new muscle.
ELECTION 2020
Not postponed yet.
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