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DIGITAL RADIO'S "PERFECT" YEAR

Ed Sheeran’s "Perfect" was the most streamed track on digital radio this year, according to SoundExchange, coming in ahead of Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” and the Grey/Maren Morris/Zedd track “The Middle."

Sheeran, Camila Cabello, Imagine Dragons, Florida Georgia Line and Post Malone have two tracks each in the Top 20. The chart is based on data reported to SoundExchange between 10/1/17 and 9/30/18.

Topping SoundExchange’s Digital Radio's Top 20 Breakout Artists chart are Bazzi, Lil Baby and lovelytheband. For an artist to be included on the Breakout Artist chart, 99% of their total royalties earned from SoundExchange must have been earned after 9/30/17.

Digital Radio's Top 20 Streamed Tracks

1. Ed Sheeran "Perfect”

2. Dua Lipa "New Rules"

3. Grey & Maren Morris & Zedd   "The Middle"

4. Portugal. The Man "Feel It Still"

5. Post Malone f/ 21 Savage "rockstar"

6. Drake "God's Plan"

7. Bebe Rexha f/Florida Georgia Line "Meant to Be"

8. Imagine Dragons "Thunder"

9. Halsey "Bad At Love"

10. Camila Cabello f/Young Thug "Havana"

11. NF "Let You Down"

12. Camila Cabello "Never Be the Same"

13. Post Malone f/Ty Dolla $ign "Psycho"

14. Sam Smith "Too Good At Goodbyes"

15. Imagine Dragons "Whatever It Takes"

16. Demi Lovato "Sorry Not Sorry"

17. Charlie Puth "How Long"

18. Selena Gomez f/Marshmello "Wolves"

19. Ed Sheeran "Shape of You"

20. Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso f/Florida Georgia Line and Watt "Let Me Go"

Digital Radio's Top 20 Breakout Artists 

Bazzi

Lil Baby (pictured)

lovelytheband

Normani

 BlocBoy JB

YBN Nahmir

Derez De'Shon

6ix9ine

Queen Naija

Tyler Rich

Rex Orange County

Riley Clemmons

Lil Xan

Mitchell Tenpenny

NOTD

Kim Petras

Calpurnia

Sean Hogan

Lil Skies

Landon Cube

 

 

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