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SONGS REVENUE CHART: CELESTIAL JUKEBOX RECEIPTS

Republic has four of the Top Seven tracks on this week's Songs Revenue Chart, with XO/Republic's The Weeknd retaining the #1 spot with only a 5% dip. The label's Drake (who has two in the Top Five and five in the Top 50) and Ariana Grande are also prominently represented.

Meanwhile, Eardruma/Interscope's Rae Sremmurd demonstrate the fab power of their "Black Beatles," which moves #10-4 with streams providing fully 2/3 of their weekly scratch. 

The biggest mover downchart is Capitol Nashville's Keith Urban, whose "Blue Ain't Your Color" was a highlight of the CMA Awards; he zips #30-12 with the retro-styled torch-n-twang tune. 

The major marketshare spread for the chart is as follows: 

UMG 49%  WMG 24%  SME 22%

You can comb through every penny on the chart right here.

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ADELE ADELE ADELE
Adele; Adele Adele?
ADELE ADELE ADELE ADELE ADELE ADELE
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ADELE ADELE
Adele Adele; Adele.
ADELE ADELE ADELE ADELE
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