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SONG REVENUE CHART: NO “ROAD” GOES ON FOREVER

Three months into its historic run, Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” (Columbia) is finally showing signs of slowing down. But with $311k in revenue on our Song Revenue Chart for the week ending 6/13, this game-changing smash will likely remain ubiquitous well into the summer.

There’s action below the pinnacle, as two newer tracks earned enough to insert themselves between “Road” and another transformative song—Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” (Darkroom/Interscope)—which has been the second-biggest earner for much of Nas’ run. The new #2 is the debuting Chris Brown/Drake collab “No Guidance” (RCA), while another Columbia entry, Polo G f/Lil Tijay’s “Pop Out,” earns the bronze medal for the week, moving up form #11 on a 35% uptick in earnings.

Marketshare standings: UMG 45%, Sony Music 33%, WMG 22%      

(Photo shot and posted on Instagram by Jay Blakesberg)

 

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