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SONG REVENUE CHART:
YEEZY DOES IT

Kanye West has become an increasingly polarizing figure in recent months, but he’s still got the magic touch—just ask adidas…or Lil Pump. Their collab “I Love It” debuted at the top of our Song Revenue Chart chart a week ago, and it remains the top earner this week amid a wave of double-digit decreases, as only four singles took in more than $100k.

All this slippage made some high-end real estate available for newcomers. Lil Baby and Gunna’s current address is #3, and Lil Uzi Vert’s is #6, while Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars and Kodak Black occupy #10. Also movin’ on up are Khalid with “Better” at #15 and the Lil Peep-XXXTentacion snapshot “Falling Down” at #19.

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