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REVENUE CHART: TJAY TAKES THE 1 TRAIN

For the second week in a row, Lil Tjay f/6LACK’s “Calling My Phone” tops our Song Revenue Chart, Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license” remains #2 and Cardi B’s “Up” stays at #3. They’re the only tracks to hit six figures. The biggest debut, “No More Parties” from Republic’s Coi Leray, pulls in $61k, landing at #11. 

…Go to Song Revenue Chart

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