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You’d expect that after nine weeks of not just topping the Song Revenue Chart but obliterating the competition, Lil Nas X would experience some slowing of momentum. Nope.
SONG REVENUE CHART:
HITTING FOR POWER

You’d expect that after nine weeks of dominating the Song Revenue Chart, Lil Nas X would experience some slowing of momentum. Nope. “Old Town Road” generated another $355k during the week ending 6/6, maintaining Nas’ Cody Bellinger-like hot streak. The Columbia phenom's jaw-dropping run has served to overshadow fellow rookie Billie Eilish, whose “bad guy” (Darkroom/Interscope) remains on Nas’ tail, albeit a few horse lengths back. The eight new entries include comers Thomas Rhett and Lewis Capaldi.

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