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SONG REVENUE CHART: HELLO “GOODBYES”

It had to happen eventually. Yep, for the first time in four months, another act has had a more lucrative week than Lil Nas X. That would be Post Malone, whose Young Thug-assisted “Goodbyes” (Republic) took in $250.4k in its debut appearance on our Song Revenue Chart, while “Old Town Road” (Columbia) slipped 20%, earning $220.5k. But Nas’ Panini” stays on the leaderboard at #8—just one slot below Post’s “Sunflower.”

The second-biggest bow is “I Don’t Care” from J. Cole’s Dreamville crew, which makes the cut at #10. It’s one of five tracks from Revenge of the Dreamers III (Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope) in the Top 50.

Shawn Mendes & Camilla Cabelo’s Señorita” (Island) stays glued to “Road” at #3, while Billie Eilish’s “bad guy” (Darkroom/Interscope) is the only non-debuting Top 10 earner not in negative territory w-o-w.  

Marketshare standings: UMG 52%, Sony Music 25%, WMG 21%, Indies 2%   

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