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SONG REVENUES: NOT
HORSING AROUND

With each day that goes by, Lil Nas X’s winnings grow—and there’s no end in sight to his hot streak. The Columbia rookie phenom took in just short of $450k to gallop away from the field on our latest Top 50 Song Revenue Chart, which appears, fittingly enough, on the eve of the Kentucky Derby.

That’s roughly three times the amount taken in by Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy,” which is #2, but the Darkroom/Interscope wunderkind has four more of the week’s biggest earners, making up much of the distance—let’s call it seven furlongs in honor of the occasion—between her take and that of her fellow thoroughbred.

Below the frontrunners, the rest of the Top 10 is nearly identical to the previous week, including mainstays Post Malone, J. Cole and Ariana Grande, while Khalid moves up on the outside to #5 from #6.

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