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SONG REVENUE:
TAY STAYS PERFECT

Taylor Swift’s Midnights (3am Edition) sees 16 tracks log a second week on the HITS Song Revenue Chart, with seven of those tracks still in the Top 10, making Tay $1.26m wealthier. Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” (Westbury Road/Roc Nation/Def Jam/Hollywood) from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack (Hollywood) opens at #3 with $111k. TDE/RCA’s SZA collects $86k for “Shirt,” enough for a #10 debut.

IGA mixes up new entries from Jin & Juice (WRLD, that is) as the late rapper’s “In My Head” (Grade A/Interscope) starts off at #13 with $81k, while “The Astronaut” (Bighit/Geffen) from BTSJin debuts at #23 on the strength of 44k downloads.

Halloween perennials from Michael Jackson, Bobby “Boris” Pickett, Ray Parker Jr., Danny Elfman and Rockwell materialize in the Top 50.

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