SONG REVENUE CHART:
THE SEQUEL


It’s rather early in the year for stasis, but that’s what we’re seeing in the Top 10 of our latest Top 50 Song Revenue Chart, with the same tracks on the leaderboard as the previous week.

Five of them—#1 Post Malone f/Swae Lee, #5 Ariana Grande, #6 Lil Baby & Gunna, #7 Meek Mill f/Drake and #8 Kodak Black f/Travis Scott & Offset—hold their exact positions. Halsey jumps Post and Travis, rising from #4 to 2, while #9 Marshmello & Bastille and #10 Sheck Wes switch places.

The biggest w-o-w difference is that earnings are uniformly down throughout the Top 20, with the exceptions of Halsey (+4%) and the lone newcomer, #20 Future. The biggest revenue increase was registered by Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, who move #32-21 on a 15% uptick heading into awards season.

Country continues to hold steady with six entries, the same as the previous week, and nearly flat revenues: Dan + Shay double-dip, while Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, Mitchell Tenpenny, Luke Combs and Kane Brown hold serve.

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AI IS ALREADY EATING YOUR LUNCH
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The discovery engine is revving higher.
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