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STREAMING SONGS:
POLO'S SOLO

"RAPSTAR" by Columbia's Polo G debuts with a strong #1 on our Streaming Songs chart. The single racked up 43m streams in its opening week, becoming one of the year's Top 3 streaming song bows; it trails only Olivia Rodrigo's "drivers license" and Drake's "What's Next." "RAPSTAR" held the #1 position at both Spotify and Apple Music U.S. for its entire first week.

Fellow Columbia breakthroughs Lil Nas X and Lil Tjay claim the #2 and #6 spots, respectively. 

Doja Cat f/SZA's "Kiss Me More" (Kemosabe/RCA) enters the chart at #4 with 17m streams, thus earning the week's second-biggest opening frame. 

Taylor Swift lands a handful of tracks in the Top 50 thanks to her masterful new effort, Fearless (Taylor's Version) (Republic). "Mr. Perfectly Fine" leads the Swift pack at #14. 

Drill down into the chart data here. And no, we really don't want to hear your "Enchanted April" playlist.

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