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STREAMING SONGS: CHAMPAGNE, PAPI

Yes, Drake remains the dominant force on this week's Streaming Songs Chart, with the Top 3, seven of the Top 10, 23 of the Top 25, etc., etc., yada yada. But the YMCMB/Republic star has some competition from Grade A/Interscope's hard-charging Juice WRLD (flying #21-4 with "Lucid Dreams"), Bad Vibes Forever's XXXTentacion (moving #24-8 with "Sad!"), Atlantic's Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin ("I Like It," moving #26-9) and Quality Control/Motown/Capitol's Lil Baby ("Yes Indeed," a collaboration with, um, Drake, #28-12).

But let's face it, Drizzy remains a gobsmacking sensation, with 377m+ streams. Holy Toledo. 

UMG's marketshare is also stunning: 79%. Sony takes 9%, WMG 7% and assorted indies 5%.

Peep the whole chart here.

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