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STREAMING SONGS CHART: WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE "PARIS"

Disruptor/Columbia's The Chainsmokers are the top debut on this week's BuzzAngle Music-powered Streaming Songs Chart, as their "Paris" drops in at #4 with about 12.5m streams. 

Migos and Ed Sheeran switch places, with the former's "Bad and Boujee" (Quality Control) assuming the top spot with a 7% boost and 17.1m+ plays.

There isn't much substantial upward movement to talk about, though Republic's Aminé (#10-8), buzzing indie rapper Kyle (#16-12) and Capitol's Jon Bellion (#19-15) are clearly on the move. We also note that Glassnote's Childish Gambino moves #50-32 with "Redbone."

Marketshare breaks down thusly:  UMG 51%  WMG 24%  SME 22% 

Dig into all the numbers here.

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