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THE ABACUS

The domestic SPS numbers and global-stream totals for the new Taylor Swift and Sam Smith singles have been corrected in Tuesday’s I.B. Bad post.

For the record, Taylor’s “Look What You Made Me Do” is #6 at Top 40 in its fourth week and is headed to #1. As of posting, the track has hit 1m SPS in the U.S., with 162m global streams.

Sam’s “Too Good at Goodbyes” is off to a great start, with big initial success at radio: The single went into rotation at 183 of the 187 Pop stations and 371 stations across six formats overall in its first week. It’s at 261k SPS in the U.S. and 67m global streams as of posting.

The figures posted earlier today were erroneous. We apologize for the confusion. This is, of course, the first mistake we’ve ever made.

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