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SONG REVENUE CHART: THE NEXT BIG THING

Ariana Grande has been printing money of late, as tracks from the debuting thank you, next (Republic) claimed the entire Top 5 of our Song Revenue Chart, and eight of the Top 10. Only J. Cole and Post Malone—with his pal Swae Lee—were invited to Ari’s private party.

All 12 tracks from the album were among the week’s Top 20 earners, for a grand total of… $2.25 million.

There’s really nothing else to talk about. Except, of course, for UMG's 70% marketshare on the chart. 14 of the Top 15 tracks belong to Uni, and 16 of the Top 20.

 

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