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STREAMING SONGS 2019: HORSES IN
THE FRONT

The phenomenon known as "Old Town Road" gallops to #1 on our Year-End Streaming Songs Chart, as Columbia's Lil Nas X clocks north of 977m streams—and we still can't get that earworm out of our heads.

Republic's Post Malone has two of the Top 5 tracks with "Sunflower" (#2, 775m) and "Wow" (#3, 626m+); those two, combined with Ariana Grande's "7 rings" (#5, 662m+) gives the House of Lipman three in the Top 5. 

Darkroom/Interscope breakout Billie Eilish caps her extraordinary year by taking the #4 spot with "bad guy" (670m+).

UMG breaks the year-end tape with 55% marketshare, followed by WMG with 23% and Sony with 22%.

Wanna know more? Take your horse to the chart, right here.

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