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Post  Adric on Thu May 05, 2016 2:07 pm

Hot 100 Chart Moves: Prince & Beyonce's Record-Breaking Week

Beyond their ranks in the top 10, Prince & Queen Bee make history in the top 40 and more.

As previously reported, Desiigner's debut hit "Panda" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated May 14), holding off Drake's "One Dance," which climbs 3-2. Meanwhile, two beloved '80s hits by Prince re-enter the top 10 and Beyonce debuts at No. 10 with "Formation," from her new No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, Lemonade.

Desiigner Holds Off Drake Atop Hot 100, Prince & Beyonce Hit Top 10

Prince and Beyonce both make more news beyond the top 10. Let's recap.

Prince and Beyonce chart the most simultaneous top 40 Hot 100 hits: Following Prince's passing April 21, he and Beyonce each chart a record eight titles in the top 40 this week. Thus, in the same week, the pair passes the Beatles (two weeks in 1964), Lil Wayne (three weeks 2008) and Taylor Swift (Nov. 14, 2009), each of whom charted seven in the top 40 at the same time.

Beyonce charts all of Lemonade on the Hot 100: As her album Lemonade launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, all 12 songs from the set grace the Hot 100, from "Formation" at No. 10 through "Forward," featuring James Blake, at No. 63. Most recently, Justin Bieber charted all 13 tracks from the standard version of his album Purpose, on Dec. 5, the same week that the set started atop the Billboard 200. The same frame, 17 of the 18 cuts on the deluxe version of the album all appeared on the Hot 100.

All 12 of Beyonce's 'Lemonade' Tracks Debut on Hot 100

Beyonce breaks the record for the most simultaneous Hot 100 hits by a woman: Her 12 titles this week are the most by a solo female in a single frame, besting the 11 charted by Swift on Nov. 13, 2010, when Speak Now entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1. Among all acts, Bieber set the mark with his 17 concurrent entries Dec. 5.

Beyonce moves up among women: In one week, Beyonce bounds from 41 career Hot 100 entries to 53 (as a soloist, not counting her 14 as part of Destiny's Child). With her additions, she moves from a tie, with Barbra Streisand, for the 11th-most appearances (counting lead and featured billings) among women to a tie, with Connie Francis, for the sixth-most. She leaps over Rihanna, Brenda Lee, Mariah Carey and Miley Cyrus.

Here's an updated look at the female soloists with the most visits to the Hot 100 dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, inception:

73, Aretha Franklin
69, Taylor Swift
66, Nicki Minaj
57, Madonna
56, Dionne Warwick
53, Beyonce
53, Connie Francis
52, Rihanna
48, Brenda Lee
47, Mariah Carey
43, Miley Cyrus
41, Barbra Streisand
40, Mary J. Blige
40, Janet Jackson
40, Diana Ross

Prince No. 1 on Billboard Artist 100 Chart, Beyonce Blasts to No. 2

Beyonce brings Jack White to the top 40: As featured on Beyonce's "Don't Hurt Yourself," new at No. 28, White notches his first solo top 40 Hot 100 hit. In his lone prior appearance as a soloist, he reached No. 81 in 2008 with the Alicia Keys duet "Another Way to Die," the theme from the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. As half the White Stripes, he made one top 40 trip: "Icky Thump" hit No. 26 in 2007.


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Post  misery guts on Sat May 07, 2016 10:33 am

Finally heard Drake's One Dance on Thursday! Only been the supposed #1 selling record in this country for 3-4 weeks, yet apparently it must be aiming at a tiny niche somehow.
Adric wrote:Beyonce brings Jack White to the top 40: As featured on Beyonce's "Don't Hurt Yourself," new at No. 28, White notches his first solo top 40 Hot 100 hit. In his lone prior appearance as a soloist, he reached No. 81 in 2008 with the Alicia Keys duet "Another Way to Die," the theme from the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. As half the White Stripes, he made one top 40 trip: "Icky Thump" hit No. 26 in 2007.
These are the statistics that blow the rest out of the water. In the UK, Jack White is seen as a creative genius and the White Stripes as being one of the coolest bands of the last decade. It's somewhat comical to learn that the USA clearly disagrees with this analysis.
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Post  misery guts on Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:44 am

Adric wrote:'Sad Affleck' Gives 'Sound of Silence' New Life on Hot Rock Songs Chart

With Drake's Views album steady again at No. 2, Coldplay moved up again 4-3 with A Head Full Of Dreams (Parlophone/Warner Music), changing places with Beyoncé's Lemonade (Columbia/Sony). Last week's new entry at the top, Catfish and the Bottlemen's The Ride (Universal Island), fell to No. 5.

There were top ten debuts for grime MC Bugzy Malone at No. 6 with Facing Time (Ill Gotten), and Dexys (formerly known as Dexys Midnight Runners) at No. 10 with Let The Record Show — Dexys Do Irish And Country Soul (Rhino/Warner Music).

With 73,000 weekly combined chart sales, Drake's single has extended its run as the U.K.'s longest-running No. 1 single for nine years. One more week at the summit will put it level with Rihanna's ten-week reign with “Umbrella” in 2007.

Justin Timberlake's “Can't Stop The Feeling” (RCA/Sony) began a fourth straight week at No. 2, and “This Is What You Came For” (Columbia/Sony) by Calvin Harris and Rihanna also stretched its run at No. 3 to four weeks. “This Girl” (3 Beat) by Kungs Vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners climbed again, 10-4, and last week's highest new entry, Clean Bandit's “Tears” (Atlantic/Warner Music), featuring Louisa Johnson, climbed a place to No. 5.

Bieber's “Sorry” moved past 100 million streams as his other hits “What Do You Mean” and “Love Yourself” edge closer to the threshold, taking their totals to 98.6m and 94.3m streams, respectively
It's a poor lookout when I'm as cross about the UK charts as you are about the US ones. I saw a link somewhere listing what the charts look like without streams being included, and it's a different kettle of fish altogether Mad
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Post  Adric on Wed Jun 15, 2016 3:49 pm

50-60's --- on avergage 7-10 debuts a week!

70-80's --- we got an average of 4-7 debuts a week. (Always new acts always fresh talent and brilliant songs).

90-91 --- The End of pop, Last of the era / rap started out fun, but Billboard changed and went so so sour.

92-04? --- Rap became the new pop. Hits like 'Torn' from Natalie Imbuglia and 'Iris' from Goo Goo Dolls were #1 on airplay charts. I'll link to it, but need to do some fact checking. If not for new Billboard politics, (they weren't released as singles), despite airplay, they'd easily be two of the US Top songs of all time. Enough people complained and Billboard changed again at some point, but for the worse.....

? - current --- Now we have FEW debuts and when we do and songs can spend a year or more in a given top 40. Usually the songs I despise most lol. The icing on the cake is that crappers like Drake are making new history. Do you think they're gonna tell you about the politics involved? No ... there's no way in hell in hell The Beatles could have managed a whole CD of hits in the Top 40 because they didn't have the flipping methodology they use now. I'm gonna chart these til' my last week on Earth, but am just loathing what it's become. Mind you, I only listen to the songs that sound interesting by artist or title.

In closing, there used to be a day when the music industry thrived, but like America, it's been taken over. We get so little music in a year now. Avergae 3 debuts a week, usually a re-entry cause they just keep floppin' around. I never would have had such passion for the charts had I been born into this time.

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Post  misery guts on Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:48 am

I do get irked by those who say "we've got streams now, live with it" when it clearly makes great swathes of the business suddenly seem worthless! That whole crap with 12 or 20 entries at once makes the whole idea of a singles chart into a nonsense. It might appeal to those with little idea of what has been lost, but as you say, how can you come to this anew and believe it's worth taking interest with, in the long term?
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Post  misery guts on Sat Jul 30, 2016 1:10 pm

Drake flaked out at 15 weeks after all, equalling Wet Wet Wet into joint 2nd place. The next thing will be if it returns to #1 and challenges Frankie Laine's 18 week total, a record which has stood since the late 1950s.

Good to see Sia as US #1, as predicted by Yours Truly a bit back Laughing
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Post  misery guts on Sat Aug 06, 2016 1:11 am

Less change this week, indeed no new entries in the UK top 30 at all Shocked

Meanwhile, Viola Beach's album went straight to #1 in memory of the young band whose career was cut tragically short back in February.
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Post  Adric on Mon Aug 08, 2016 8:50 pm

Meanwhile, on this side of the pond ... Sad  

Kanye West now has more Top 40 hits than Michael Jackson


(My reply to Billboard) Quality over quantity, KanYe. Only because Billboard changed the chart methodology yet again has this happened. Acts such as Elvis, Michael Jackson, Beatles never stood a chance as streaming didn't exist and is a terrible way to tally the music. I actually thought Drake would be first followed by Minaj, though it was inevitable to happen. Another issue is that MANY of these songs "features" KanYe even if he's just a tiny piece of the song. Should this hold true, then I think "Somebody's Watching Me" by Rockwell should have featured Michael Jackson! "Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming" by Jermaine & Michael Jackson was a sure-shot for #1, but because it wasn't released as a single, didn't count on the single charts. This goes to show a number doesn't make the man. Yeah, he's #1 in the egomania department. I do enjoy some of his music, but again, quality over quantity.
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Post  misery guts on Tue Aug 09, 2016 7:43 am

More lies with statistics. As you say "featuring" songs shouldn't count unless they are him featuring someone else. And streams / downloads have rendered the whole exercise pretty pointless, really (if you can have 20 entries in 1 week, you will obviously soon overtake people who took years to clock up 20 entries through vinyl or CDs).
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Post  misery guts on Sat Aug 20, 2016 7:37 am

Major Lazer now up to 4 weeks as UK #1, 25% of the way to matching the 16-week record, though I assume it won't get as close as Drake did.

Otherwise a disgracefully lethargic week with just 1 new entry in the top 40. For the time of year, that isn a joke.

Sucker for Pain seems to be on the rise, as it is in the US. Quite catchy, although I typically rue the idea that to exemplify the film it comes from, it seems to feature a supergroup of almost as many disparate acts in it Mad
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Post  Adric on Sun Aug 21, 2016 7:55 am

misery guts wrote:Major Lazer now up to 4 weeks as UK #1, 25% of the way to matching the 16-week record, though I assume it won't get as close as Drake did.

Otherwise a disgracefully lethargic week with just 1 new entry in the top 40. For the time of year, that isn a joke.

Sucker for Pain seems to be on the rise, as it is in the US. Quite catchy, although I typically rue the idea that to exemplify the film it comes from, it seems to feature a supergroup of almost as many disparate acts in it Mad

Must admit to really enjoying both of the new Beeb's & friends songs. Yeah, it might take a third single to break Drake's run, but I'd welcome it just to see the record broken. Sadly, it looks like our charting methods have caught up with the UK. It's like a UK Invasion, but not in a good way. I've always been envious of the high amt. of debuts you would get every week, in fact. Seeing one debut is almost shocking.
While I haven't heard Sucker For Pain yet, I'll give it a fair listen. The title leaves a lot to be desire. It also reeks of such and such featuring such and such, such & such + such and such. Geez, this is exactly why records are being broken by talentless pudding brains. DJ Khaled is one of the main culprits of that and by choice I've never heard any of his music. If it looks thuggish and has a title like S F Pain, it makes me not want to even try it. You say it's catchy, so will make a point to hear it later.
Another title that is a turn-off in itself is Suicide Squad. Unless there's a Tardis involved, I don't do tv and haven't watched a movie since Titanic in the late 90's, literally! I could be all kinds of wrong, but it just looks to be another violence promoting trendy piece of rubbish, last thing the US needs right now. All the same, I will give it this .... 21 pilots are on fire and I adore 'Heathens'. I might find myself enjoying the soundtrack, but no desire at all to see the flick. Just call me old ... to date, no soundtrack has topped Footloose Smile
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Post  misery guts on Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:12 am

I don't mind superhero films, but Suicide Squad seems the sort of comic book that appeals to a different audience altogether.

I'm pleased Twenty One Pilots have sustained the promise of "Stressed Out" with further material.

I tried watching Footloose and had to bail after about 10-15 minutes... still, can always try again some day Razz

I'm not against musical soundtracks, I gather I'm in the 0.1% of people who liked The Wiz Laughing
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Post  misery guts on Tue Sep 06, 2016 7:06 am

Completely ludicrous singles rundown in the UK, with the top 14 all non-moving, save for #1 and #3 swapping!

Meanwhile, Barbra Streisand is the latest oldie act to get a #1 album this year, and she's matched that feat in the US too queen
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Post  misery guts on Sat Oct 01, 2016 12:44 am

Another new UK chart-topper, at least you could trace a journey this time, unlike the somewhat arbitrary success of the last few. James Arthur's odyssey has been an odd one, winning X Factor in a series with Ella Henderson in it, then not matching his great start and winning few friends with an obstreperous social media life and getting dropped. But he's back now. So everything's OK Question
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Post  misery guts on Sat Oct 22, 2016 1:09 am

Surprising new UK #1, given the midweeks didn't suggest anything of the sort, but I believe it was released midweek so it wouldn't, and it did incredibly well to do so.

When Kings of Leon, whose album went in at #1, can only get their lead single Waste a Moment up to #45 this week, surely the penny must drop somewhere that there is a problem. 3 Chainsmokers singles in the 40? Come on, folks! Mad
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Post  Adric on Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:48 am

Chainsuckers can't score a #1 without the BS streaming and a feature. 12 weeks #1 for a song with a beat for a chorus. Geez, I'm gonna start a band called 'The BeerDriinkers (Yes, must have two i's). We won't need any talent, just a repeated beat. As long as we're arrogant and get beer companies to sponsor us, we'll be #1. See how easy that is
Seriously, I shouldn't be surprised in a chart that puts crap like Broccoli in the Top 5
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Post  misery guts on Wed Nov 09, 2016 8:29 am

Funny you should say that... Laughing

This is the 1st I've heard about this Broccoli song, so I trolled along to YT to check it out.

And you're complaining about Chainsmokers?!? (admittedly, not all that hot)

In comparative terms of offensive worthlessness, the Chainsmokers are like a termite mound, whilst Broccoli is Mount Rushmore Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad No No No
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Post  Adric on Wed Nov 09, 2016 3:06 pm

misery guts wrote:Funny you should say that... Laughing

This is the 1st I've heard about this Broccoli song, so I trolled along to YT to check it out.

And you're complaining about Chainsmokers?!? (admittedly, not all that hot)

In comparative terms of offensive worthlessness, the Chainsmokers are like a termite mound, whilst Broccoli is Mount Rushmore Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad No No No


LOL --- Great response and so true.
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Post  misery guts on Sat Nov 19, 2016 11:10 am

I clearly spoke too soon Surprised

Rae Sremmurd is both a terrible name, and Black Beatles is a terrible song (though not nearly as bad as Broccoli).

But it looks a good bet to match its US #1 in the UK next week, or soon No
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Post  Adric on Sun Nov 20, 2016 4:00 am

misery guts wrote:I clearly spoke too soon Surprised

Rae Sremmurd is both a terrible name, and Black Beatles is a terrible song (though not nearly as bad as Broccoli).

But it looks a good bet to match its US #1 in the UK next week, or soon No

Agreed all around. The more research I do the more I believe that Billboard's biggest funder is Prison For Profit. Terrible to see how our charts have rubbed off on the UK charts that have always been so so much better. What's funny is that I've met two different types of people. 1) Those that have no idea who Rae Sremmurd are and 2) Those that can't stand it. How this madness is so popular is absolutely beyond me. Would it also be safe to assume that Paul McCartney is a sell-out? He also did those garbage songs with KanYe last year. Truly depressing to visit Billboard's FB page as well. All of the comments are from little middle school fan boys / girls that love this so called music.
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Post  misery guts on Mon Nov 21, 2016 8:21 am

We're not saying that crap music is solely related to black guys, though. It does seem a shame that Drake, Fetty Wap and so on seem to be seen as speaking for a generation, though. The songs tend to be just so lame.
There are plenty of crap white musical jokes, too, alas.
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Post  Adric on Fri Dec 02, 2016 4:13 am

misery guts wrote:We're not saying that crap music is solely related to black guys, though. It does seem a shame that Drake, Fetty Wap and so on seem to be seen as speaking for a generation, though. The songs tend to be just so lame.
There are plenty of crap white musical jokes, too, alas.

No, nothing like that at all. I think what irks me most is that we seem to have "actors" as opposed to true singers. Maybe I'm just stuck in the past lol. There was a time when the television shows relied on the talent to come to them (American Bandstand, Solid Gold, Nite Tracks, Friday Night Videos, original MTV, VH1, etc etc). Now days the talent seems to mainly come from the tv shows (AI, DWTS, BGT, etc etc). Never mind whether or not you can sing ... you must be a supermodel, preferably 18 or younger.
I know that's not exactly how it is, though it seems that way. Radio is so dead now that music seems to be in a state of flux. Talent discovered on reality television, not radio. Movies are a huge culprit too although there hasn't been anything as successful as 'Grease' since ... 'Grease' lol. If I were The Doctor, I'd ask Billboard to reverse the polarity of the neutron flow. Smile
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Post  misery guts on Fri Dec 02, 2016 7:29 am

When I was young, I used to listen to the radio and think it must be cool to play records and care about the charts.

Then I got older and realised that most DJs do no such thing.

That what I in fact wanted to be was Paul Gambaccini / Casey Kasem.

Oh well... Rolling Eyes
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Post  Adric on Tue Dec 06, 2016 3:37 pm

Here's another thing about today's charts that annoy me to no end.
The Weeknd Charts Entire 'Starboy' Album on Hot 100 .

Granted, I haven't heard any of these songs aside from Starboy, which I can take or leave. Quite liked 'The Hills' & 'Can't Feel My Face', yet again, overkill returns. Quantity over quality. I'm sure at least half of these entries are what "my generation" called B-Sides lol.  cyclops
(dated 12/6/16)

Here is a look at all 18 Starboy songs that The Weeknd places on the latest Hot 100:

No. 2, "Starboy," feat. Daft Punk (up from No. 3)
No. 16, "Party Monster" (up from No. 39)
No. 22, "I Feel It Coming," feat. Daft Punk (up from No. 48)
No. 27, "Sidewalks," feat. Kendrick Lamar (new)
No. 31, "Reminder" (new)
No. 34, "Six Feet Under" (new)
No. 43, "Die for You" (new)
No. 44, "Rockin' " (new)
No. 46, "All I Know," feat. Future (new)
No. 47, "Secrets" (new)
No. 48, "True Colors" (new)
No. 55, "False Alarm" (re-entry)
No. 61, "Stargirl Interlude," feat. Lana Del Rey (new)
No. 67, "Attention" (new)
No. 68, "Nothing Without You" (new)
No. 69, "A Lonely Night" (new)
No. 71, "Love to Lay" (new)
No. 72, "Ordinary Life" (new)
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Post  misery guts on Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:03 am

Yeah, he had about 8 entries in the UK top 100 as well. Utterly ludicrous, it cheapens both the singles and the albums chart.

This is yet to happen with an artist I particularly like Laughing
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