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SONG REVENUE CHART: CELESTIAL JUKEBOX RECEIPTS

The big story on this week’s Song Revenue Chart is Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” (Eardruma/Interscope), which vaults to #1 from #4 and up 173% with a sales and streaming explosion (21.8m+ streams, thank you very much) that yields nearly twice the receipts of #2 track “Starboy” by XO/Republic’s The Weeknd and cashes out north of a quarter-million.

There's gold in them there mannequins.

Rae, Maroon 5 and DJ Snake give Interscope three in the Top 10 on the rev chart. Meanwhile, led by The Weeknd, Republic's House of Ethos has three in the Top 10 and five in the Top 12. A double dose of Drake, Ariana's killer "Side" and newcomer Aminé assist in that effort.

The biggest debut comes from Epic’s Future, who slides in at #6 with “Used to This.”

Label-group marketshare breaks down like so: UMG 52%, SME 27%, WMG 18%.

You can see how the weekly pot is divided by perusing the entire chart here.

 

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