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TOP 100 WEEKLY MARKETSHARE: COLUMBIA’S GOT SEOUL

The nearly 250k moved by BTS’s BE, along with the 17.5m streams registered by 24kGoldn’s “Mood,” powered Columbia to victory on our Top 100 Weekly Marketshare Chart. The two chart-toppers enabled Big Red to slice off 19% of the business for the week ending 11/19, four percentage points higher than Republic, which has dominated the chart since its inception at the beginning of November.

We’re also seeing a tightening-up of the Big Three, as UMG drops 10 points to 44% while Sony rises three points to 29% and WMG gains four to 21%.

Our Top 100 Weekly Marketshare Chart, which is determined by the number and placement of each label’s releases in that week’s Top 100, shows the relative performance of the major labels by percentage of the top tier of the overall business.

The new chart reveals the labels making the biggest impact during that particular seven-day period—meaning the order of battle could differ dramatically from one week to the next, particularly when superstar releases hit the market, as with the BTS album.  

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