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YEAR-END TOP 50: HOLLYWOOD ENDING

Post Malone's third album, Hollywood's Bleeding (Republic), finishes at #1 on our Year-End top 50 Chart with 2.81m+ in total activity. Darkroom/Interscope's Billie Eilish takes the #2 spot with WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? (2.3m+).

Post is one of three Republic stars in the Top 5; Taylor Swift's Lover and Ariana Grande's thank u, next (both with 2m+) sit at #3 and #4, respectively. Beerbongs & Bentleys, Post's prior release, finishes at #6 with 1.3m+; add Drake's Scorpion (#9, 1.2m), and Republic owns five spots in the Top 10. Post's debut album, Stoney, lands at #28 and makes the face-tatted wonder the only artist with three titles on the chart. Billie has two titles of her own in the Top 50, as her Don't Smile at Me lands at #20.

Right Hand/RCA's Khalid rounds out the Top 5 with Free Spirit (1.5m+), and his American Teen is #39. Columbia's Lil Nas X (who has 2019's top-streaming and top-earning track in "Old Town Road") lands at #7 with his 7-EP (nearing 1.3m). Interscope's Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born set takes a bow at #9 with almost 1.2m.

UMG takes 55% of the marketshare, followed by WMG with 24% and Sony with 21%.

Find the full chart here.

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