‘High Hopes’ Maintains Huge Audience Advantage Despite Increasing Detection Deficit

Once again, Panic at the Disco’s “High Hopes” maintains its large audience advantage, 2.106 million, over Mediabase’s most-heard Alternative Airplay Chart.  This is in spite of HH’s spin deficit of over 500 detections as compared to the most-played song, Cage the Elephant’s “Ready to Let Go.”  Rankings for this article use are from Mediabase’s (MB) All Stations plus Recurrents (AS + RC) Alternative Airplay Chart (AAC).

How “High Hopes” Spins Compare to the Other Top Five Songs

In fact, HH has fallen to number four in spins, trailing not only “Ready,” but also Twenty-One Pilots’ “Chlorine,” and Shaed’s “Trampoline.”  The other “out-of-place” song belongs to Marshmello/Bastille’s “Happier,” which ranks at number three among the most-heard songs, but number six in spins.

MB AAC AS + RC Stations (U.S.) by Audience (Aud., Millions), All Access

31 March – 06 April 2019

TW        Artist                                              Title                                   Aud.

1            PANIC! AT THE DISCO               High Hopes                     14.007

2            CAGE THE ELEPHANT                Ready To Let Go            11.891

3            MARSHMELLO/BASTILLE          Happier                           10.442

4            LOVELYTHEBAND                       Broken                             10.097

5            TWENTY-ONE PILOTS                Chlorine                          10.041

6            SHAED                                            Trampoline                    9.424

7            FOSTER THE PEOPLE                  Sit Next To Me               9.134

8            BLACK KEYS                                   Lo/Hi                                8.212

9            CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN           Longshot           6.538

10          IMAGINE DRAGONS                  Bad Liar                           6.059

11          BILLIE EILISH                                 Bury A Friend                 6.024

12          PORTUGAL. THE MAN               Feel It Still                      5.948

13          OLIVER TREE                                 Hurt                                   5.790

14          VAMPIRE WEEKEND                  Harmony Hall                5.577

15          YOUNG THE GIANT                    Superposition                5.098

16          IMAGINE DRAGONS                  Natural                            4.722

17          THE REVIVALISTS                        Wish I Knew You           4.414

18          FLORA CASH                  You’re Somebody Else               4.237

19          WEEZER                           Africa                                              3.742

20          BARNS COURTNEY       99                                                     3.667

21          AJR                                    100 Bad Days                               3.608

22          THE REVIVALISTS          Change                                          3.361

23          AJR                                    Burn The House Down              3.350

24          CHAINSMOKERS/COLDPLAY  Something Just Like This  3.023

25          MORGXN/WALK THE MOON     Home                            2.982

26          YUNGBLUD/HALSEY/T.BARKER   11 Minutes                2.967

27          LUMINEERS                    Gloria                                             2.822

28          MUMFORD & SONS     Beloved                                          2.799

29          TWO FEET                       I Feel Like I’m Drowning           2.741

30          AJR/RIVERS CUOMO   Sober Up                                        2.639

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‘Harmony Hall’ Hangs onto Number One for another Week at AAA

Despite a slight audience decrease of 14,000, Vampire Weekend’s “Harmony Hall” hangs onto Number one in impressions for another week at AAA, based upon Mediabase’s (MB) All Stations plus Recurrents (AS+RC) Airplay Chart (AC).

How Well did Harmony Hall Perform Compared to Last Week?

However, “Harmony Hall’s” lead has shrunk to 80,000 impressions against the Black Keys upward surging “Lo/Hi,” which is up 56,000 from the previous chart week . “Lo/Hi” finishes the week with a total audience of 1.595 million, good enough for the runner-up slot this week on AAA. 

Last week’s number two song, Cage the Elephant’s “Ready to Let Go,” declined by 112,000 impressions with an audience of 1.455, which brings Ready down to number three. 

MB AAA AS+RC, ranked by Audience (Aud., in Millions) via All Access

TW: 31 March – 06 April 2019

TW        Artist                                 Title                                  Aud.

1            VAMPIRE WEEKEND    Harmony Hall                1.675

2            BLACK KEYS                    Lo/Hi                                 1.595

3            CAGE THE ELEPHANT  Ready To Let Go            1.455

4            YOUNG THE GIANT      Superposition               1.297

5            HOZIER                            Movement                     1.284

6            DERMOT KENNEDY     Power Over Me             1.064

7            MUMFORD & SONS     Beloved                           1.060

8            FLORENCE + THE MACHINE     Moderation     1.022

9            HEAD AND THE HEART              Missed Connection     1.019

10          ALICE MERTON             Funny Business             0.977

11          MORGXN/WALK THE MOON      Home                 0.924

12          GUSTER                            Overexcited                   0.818

13          JADE BIRD                       I Get No Joy                   0.779

14          FOSTER THE PEOPLE    Sit Next To Me              0.724

15          DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE   Northern Lights         0.706

Combs’ ‘Crazy’ Secures Seventh Straight Week atop BDS/Nielsen Country Airplay Chart

Luke Combs’ “Beautiful Crazy” spends its seventh straight week at Number One on the BDS/Nielsen’s Audience-Based Country Airplay Chart (CAC).  Luke loses 1.468 million in impressions to finish the week with an audience of 38.601 million from the tracking period running 01-07 April.

What Lies Ahead in the Coming Weeks on the CAC

In terms of detections, Combs actually falls to #3 after six weeks at #1 on there.  Michael Ray’s “One That Got Away,” which ranks third in audience, wins this week’s spin war.  But Ryan’s song peaked at the beginning of this chart week, and has already fallen below Combs, as well as Riley Green’s “There Was this Girl” (11 April pm, MB CAC).

This likely leads to Brett Young’s “Here Tonight” earning the next Number One CAC song, on both Mediabase and BDS/Nielsen charts.  Young is only behind Combs by under 700,000 impressions on Mediabase (11 April pm, MB CAC), meaning that his song will be the first overall new Number One at Country Radio in close to two months.

BDS Nielsen CAC 01 thru 07 April Top 30, Complimentary Charts here.

Ranked by Audience (Aud., in Millions)

TW        Title                                  Artist                  Aud.

1            BEAUTIFUL CRAZY        Luke Combs     38.601 *7 weeks No. 1*

2            HERE TONIGHT              Brett Young      36.376

3            ONE THAT GOT AWAY Michael Ray    36.170

4            THERE WAS THIS GIRL Riley Green      32.555

5            MAKE IT SWEET            Old Dominion 29.844

6            EYES ON YOU                 Chase Rice        27.621

7            GIRL LIKE YOU               Jason Aldean   23.479

8            LOVE AIN’T                     Eli Young Band   23.069

9            GOOD AS YOU               Kane Brown     22.584

10         NIGHT SHIFT                  Jon Pardi           22.526

11         THIS IS IT                         Scotty McCreery    22.087

12         BEST SHOT                      Jimmie Allen    21.539 

13         MISS ME MORE             Kelsea Ballerini    20.902

14         SHE GOT THE BEST OF ME Luke Combs 18.663

15 LOVE WINS Carrie Underwood       17.920

16 ON MY WAY TO YOU           Cody Johnson 17.727

17 WHISKEY GLASSES                Morgan Wallen 17.668

18 LOOK WHAT GOD GAVE HER Thomas Rhett 17.380

20 GOOD GIRL                             Dustin Lynch    15.618

19 LOVE SOMEONE                    Brett Eldredge 17.007

21 MILLIONAIRE                          Chris Stapleton 15.571

22 SPEECHLESS                            Dan + Shay       15.037

23 TAKE IT FROM ME                Jordan Davis    14.964

24 RUMOR                                    Lee Brice           14.528

25 SIXTEEN                                    Thomas Rhett 13.821

26 BLUE TACOMA                       Russell Dickerson    13.725

27 TEQUILA                                   Dan + Shay       12.789

28 GIRL                                           Maren Morris 12.433

29 EVERY LITTLE HONKY TONK BAR    George Strait   12.383

30 WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY         Luke Bryan       11.592

Disturbed’s Ballad Keeps Winning Fight for Active Rock Radio’s Number One

Disturbed’s ballad “A Reason to Fight” keeps winning its “Fight” for the Number One most-heard song at Active Rock Radio.  Fight has increased its impressions total another 114,000 to finish with an audience (aud) for the week at 5.888 million on Mediabase’s (MB) All Stations plus (+) Recurrents (RC) Active Rock Airplay Chart (ARAC). 

How Disturbed ‘Fight’ Stacks Up Against its Competitors

The runner up this week, Three Days Grace’s “Right Left Wrong” finished the week with 4.781 million impressions, an increase of 299,000 from last week but still placing it behind Disturbed by 1.107 impressions.  Last week’s number two, Greta Van Fleet’s “You’re the One,” drops to number four, losing 687,000 in total audience to finish with 4.205 million impressions.

Active Rock MB All Stations + RC by Audience (Aud, Millions), All Access

31 March – 06 April 2019

TW        Artist                                          Title                                        Aud

1            DISTURBED                              A Reason To Fight               5.888

2            THREE DAYS GRACE           Right Left Wrong                 4.781

3            BLACK KEYS                             Lo/Hi                                       4.667

4            GRETA VAN FLEET               You’re The One                    4.205

5            GLORIOUS SONS          S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun) 3.875

6            RIVAL SONS                           Do Your Worst                       3.850

7            POP EVIL                                  Be Legendary                       3.779

8            MOTLEY CRUE/MGK           The Dirt (Est. 1981)            3.661

9            BADFLOWER                            Heroin (2018)                      3.643

10          GODSMACK                            When Legends Rise         3.091

11          M. MORTON/C. BENNINGTON   Cross Off           2.772

12          BAD WOLVES                          Remember When        2.761

13          CAGE THE ELEPHANT          Ready To Let Go          2.727

14          BREAKING BENJAMIN               Tourniquet                     2.673

15          SHINEDOWN                             Monsters                                2.662

16          GHOST                               Dance Macabre                     2.405

17          BAD WOLVES                        Zombie                                     2.380

18         DISTURBED                                   Are You Ready                         2.363

19          PAPA ROACH                                Elevate                                      2.297

20         FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH    When The Seasons Change   2.277

21          THEORY OF A DEADMAN         Rx (Medicate)                       2.001

22          DIAMANTE                                    Haunted                               1.974

23          SHINEDOWN                                Get Up                                   1.973

24          GODSMACK                                  Bulletproof                            1.942

25          SLASH/MYLES KENNEDY          Mind Your Manners            1.557

26          THRICE                                            Hold Up A Light              1.543

27          I PREVAIL                                       Breaking Down             1.476

28          IMAGINE DRAGONS                  Natural                            1.252

29          SHINEDOWN                                Devil                                   1.153

30          THREE DAYS GRACE                   Infra-Red                       1.151

Best Attempts to Address Billboard’s ‘Superrecurrency’ Rules

At the beginning of the 2016 Chart Year, Billboard (BB) implemented a 25/52 recurrency rule, much to the chagrin of avid music chart followers.  This accompanied the 50/20 rule, which many avid chart watchers thought should be changed to 50/26/-4.  In fact, many of the chart watchers asked Billboard to create a Comprehensive Songs Chart.  BB had published prior to grouping all albums back together before re-adding “Catalog” albums to the BB 200 at the start of the 2010 Chart Year.

Since 50/20 was “recurrent,” many of the chart-watchers called these 25/52 songs “superrecurrents” (SRC).  The first two songs to fall victim to the 25/52 rule, on the first Hot 100 (H 100) of the 2016 Chart Year (December 2015) were Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance” (at 53 weeks) and Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud (at 58 week).

Mark Ronson’s/Bruno Mars monster #1 14-week smash “Uptown Funk” (UF) was at #37 at week H 100 week 53.   However, a video of UF set old movie clips went viral.  Because of the significantly increased video streaming, and, a result, a slight boost in sales, UF jumped to #24 on the 05 December 2015 H 100 (week 54) and #21 on 12 December (week 55). 

UF finally fell victim to the SRC rule on 19 December 2015.  But, UF would make a one-week return, at #22 (week 56), following the 50th Super Bowl’s halftime show (07 February 2016),and the next week with UF’s multiple Grammy Wins (15 February 2016). 

To BB’s credit, the publication adjusted songs on the All-Time Hot 100 of the Hot 100 to accommodate for chart runs cut short due to superrecurrency.  However, even songs that make large gains in sales and streaming on week 53, such as “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi/Daddy Yankee/Justin Bieber, fall victim to the 25/52 rule.

The most recent SRC song, “Meant to Be” (MTB) by Bebe Rehxa/Florida-Georgia Line, placed at #31 at week 52 on 27 October.  Based on the BB Country Weekly Chart the following week, MTB did not have a bullet on week 53. 

Right now, there are the six songs on the BB Hot 100 with at/over 39 weeks/9 months.  Due to Billie Eilish’s release of her new album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go, “I Like It” and “Lucid Dreams,” are almost certain to fall short of SRC status.

Here is a list of the previously-mentioned six songs. The first number is Hot 100 position, followed by its total Hot 100 weeks for the 06 April dated Hot 100:

#45/wk 51 – I Like It – Cardi B/Bad Money/J Balvin

#29/wk 48 – Better Now – Post Malone

#39/wk 47 – Tequila – Dan + Shay

#47/wk 47 – Lucid Dreams – Juice WORLD

#23/wk 44 – Girls Like You – M5/Cardi B

#32/wk 43 – Youngblood – 5 Seconds of Summer

2000’s Albums that Spent Six Months or More in BB 200’s Top Ten

On Sunday, 31 March 2019, ATRL user Cherry123 compiled research showing which albums spent six or more months within the Top Ten of the Billboard (BB) 200, BB’s Top 200 Album Chart.  Since 2000, 42 titles have spent one-half of a year at or above number ten, with six more near-misses, each spending 24 to 25 weeks in the top ten positions of the BB 200.

Until the start of the 2015 Chart Year, BB tabulated the totals using solely sales.  However, on 13 December 2014, BB changed its album chart to a survey that compiled album sales, track-equivalent-albums (TEA)/1500, and streaming-equivalent albums (SEA)/1500 data – otherwise known as “total album consumption.”   Nonetheless, BB does still tabulate the top selling albums on a separate 100-position Top Album Sales Chart.

Who Reached or Surpassed the Six-Month Mark

Adele’s powerhouse album 21 leads all of the titles with 84 total weeks in the Billboard 200’s Top Ten.  In fact, only three others albums, Taylor Swift’s 1989 (60 weeks) and Fearless (58 weeks), and Ed Sheeran’s Divide, have totaled or surpassed a full year/12-months/52-weeks between positions one-ten of BB’s flagship Album Chart. Cherry123 avoided “Greatest Hits” compilations in his longevity research.

Of note: As of 07 April 2019, Lady Gaga’s/Bradley Cooper’s  A Star Is Born (ASIB) Soundtrack is still within the Top Ten of the BB 200 in its 26th week. So ASIB will likely add to its 26 Top Ten weeks in the coming months.

Here are the 42 albums to reach/exceed six-months/26 weeks within the BB 200’s Top Ten:

1.           Adele – 21 (84 weeks)

2.           Taylor Swift – 1989 (60 weeks)

3.           Taylor Swift – Fearless (58 weeks)

4.           Ed Sheeran – Divide (53 weeks)

5.           Lady Gaga – The Fame (51 weeks)

6.           Ed Sheeran – Multiply (44 weeks)

7.           Evanescence – Fallen (42 weeks)

8.           Usher – Confessions (41 weeks)

9.           Soundtrack – Frozen (41 weeks)

10.        Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour (41 weeks)

11.        Twenty-One Pilots – Blurryface (40 weeks)

12.        Bruno Mars – 24K Magic (40 weeks)

13.        Post Malone – Beerbongs & Bentleys (40 weeks)

14.        Creed – Human Clay (37 weeks)

15.        Post Malone – Stoney (37 weeks)

16.        Norah Jones – Come Away With Me (36 weeks)

17.        Adele – 25 (36 weeks)

18.        Avril Lavigne – Let Go (36 weeks)

19.        Kendrick Lamar – DAMN (36 weeks)

20.        Soundtrack – The Greatest Showman (36 weeks)

21.        Drake – Views (35 weeks)

22.        Carrie Underwood – Some Hearts (34 weeks)

23.        Mariah Carey The Emancipation of Mimi (34 weeks)

24.        Linkin Park – Hybrid Theory (33 weeks)

25.        Drake – Scorpion (32 weeks)

26.        Rihanna – ANTI (32 weeks)

27.        Justin Bieber – My World 2.0 (31 weeks)

28.        NSYNC – No Strings Attached (30 weeks)

29.        The Black-Eyed Peas – The E.N.D (30 weeks)

30.        Michael Buble – Christmas (29 weeks)

31.        The Black-Eyed Peas – Monkey Business (28 weeks)

32.        Imagine Dragons – Night Visons (28 weeks)

33.        50 Cent – Get Rich or Die Trying (27 weeks)

34.        Daughtry – Daughtry (27 weeks)

35.        Eminem – Recovery (27 weeks)

36.        Lady Antebellum – Need You Now (27 weeks)

37.        Chris Stapleton – Traveller (27 weeks)

38.        Eminem – The Eminem Show (26 weeks)

39.        Dixie Chicks – Home (26 weeks)

40.        Bruno Mars – Unorthodox Jukebox (26 weeks)

41.        The Weeknd – Beauty Behind The Madness (26 weeks)

42.        Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born (26 weeks, to date)

Six “Honorable Mentions,” Spent 24 or 25 Weeks in the BB 200 Top Ten

43.        Santana – Supernatural (25 weeks)

44.        Nickleback – All The Right Reasons (25 weeks)

45.        Justin Bieber – Purpose (25 weeks)

46.        Outkast – Speakerboxxx / The Love Below (24 weeks)

47.        Nelly – Country Grammar (24 weeks)

48.        Green Day – American Idiot (24 weeks)

2018 year-end YouTube stats

I’d like to wish everyone reading this a very happy New Year! Let’s begin with the U.S. YouTube top 10 for 2018:

1. God’s Plan 536,000,000
2. Lucid Dreams 381,000,000
3. SAD! 346,000,000
4. Girls Like You 340,000,000
5. I Like It 329,000,000
6. Boo’d Up 312,000,000
7. Perfect 299,000,000
8. Psycho 290,000,000
9. Meant To Be 271,000,000
10. Havana 260,000,000

The first thing you will notice is that these numbers are not exact. YouTube Insights no longer provides exact numbers. Lame, but whatever.

Below is a map illustrating each state’s #1.

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This map essentially confirms the trends that I have observed throughout the past couple of years: rural states prefer pop to rap music, and states in the Deep South prefer rap even more than the country as a whole. This is the second consecutive year that Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana have had an urban #1 that is also not the national #1. This year was interesting because there was no clear pop smash on YouTube, as there was last year with Shape Of You. Meant To Be and Girls Like You competed for that title, with the former claiming five states (all of which made Shape Of You their #1 last year) and the latter taking three. However, Girls Like You finished ahead of Meant To Be in the national ranking, owing to its stronger performance in more populated areas.

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The map of the second-place finishers in each state is illuminating. Boo’d Up displays more of its Southern strength, while I Like It succeeds in three highly populous states with large Latino populations. SAD! clearly performed better on the West Coast compared to the East, while Lucid Dreams’ area of strength includes most of the Rust Belt as well as Southern New England and parts of the Plains. The “others” are: AK – Perfect, NJ – Te Bote, WV – Heaven, NE – Psycho, MS – Genie (by YoungBoy Never Broke Again)

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Here’s a map that combines the past two years into one!

I also took a closer look at major cities, and the result is the table below. The 25 cities listed are the 25 most populous cities in the country. A checkmark indicates that the song in question was inside the top 10 for that city; an “X” indicates that it is not.

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God’s Plan was the only song to appear in all 25 top 10s–a remarkable feat. More interesting is the tremendous performance of Latin hits. Te Boté, El Farsante, and Oye Mujer didn’t make the national top 10 (230M, 217M, and 119M national plays respectively), but they made the top 10s of plenty of major cities.

I also calculated the top 5 for the 25 most populous cities in the country. It looks like this:

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Looking at only major cities makes a huge difference! I Like It and Boo’d Up are #5 and #6 on the national list, but #2 and #3 here. God’s Plan still wins the race easily–a testament to its tremendous all-around strength.

Below are the top 5 most-streamed songs on YouTube in 2018 for selected U.S. cities. If you’d live to view the top 5 (and the rest of the top 20) for any city, head over to YouTube’s not-as-fantastic-anymore Insights page.

NORTHEAST
New York City
1. God’s Plan 21,100,000
2. Casper, Nio García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Bad Bunny, & Ozuna – Te Boté 20,600,000
3. I Like It 18,100,000
4. Ozuna & Romeo Santos – El Farsante 17,700,000
5. Girls Like You 14,500,000

Boston
1. God’s Plan 5,290,000
2. Te Boté 4,950,000
3. El Farsante 4,430,000
4. I Like It 3,910,000
5. Lucid Dreams 3,290,000

Philadelphia
1. God’s Plan 7,640,000
2. Boo’d Up 6,800,000
3. I Like It 5,390,000
4. Te Boté 5,050,000
5. Lucid Dreams 4,720,000

Providence
1. Te Boté 744,000
2. El Farsante 527,000
3. God’s Plan 509,000
4. I Like It 496,000
5. Lucid Dreams 481,000

MID-ATLANTIC
Washington, D.C.
1. God’s Plan 7,770,000
2. Boo’d Up 6,630,000
3. I Like It 6,040,000
4. Te Boté 5,130,000
5. El Farsante 4,720,000

Baltimore
1. Boo’d Up 1,200,000
2. God’s Plan 837,000
3. YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Genie 768,000
4. Lil Baby – Freestyle 703,000
5. Queen Najia – Medicine 663,000

Richmond
1. Boo’d Up 627,000
2. Genie 436,000
3. God’s Plan 411,000
4. Lucid Dreams 350,000
5. Ella Mai – Trip 330,000

Virginia Beach
1. Boo’d Up 1,200,000
2. God’s Plan 1,160,000
3. Lucid Dreams 867,000
4. I Like It 771,000
5. Girls Like You 725,000

MIDWEST
Pittsburgh
1. God’s Plan 939,000
2. Lucid Dreams 681,000
3. Meant To Be 661,000
4. Psycho 658,000
5. Girls Like You 624,000

Detroit
1. Boo’d Up 7,520,000
2. Sada Baby & Drego – Bloxk Party 6,920,000
3. God’s Plan 6,210,000
4. Lucid Dreams 3,950,000
5. Genie 3,940,000

Cleveland
1. Boo’d Up 950,000
2. God’s Plan 717,000
3. Lucid Dreams 634,000
4. Medicine 586,000
5. Freestyle 578,000

Columbus
1. God’s Plan 2,420,000
2. Lucid Dreams 1,860,000
3. Boo’d Up 1,830,000
4. Meant To Be 1,680,000
5. Girls Like You 1,620,000

Cincinnati
1. God’s Plan 1,480,000
2. Lucid Dreams 1,390,000
3. Psycho 1,290,000
4. Meant To Be 1,270,000
5. Boo’d Up 1,230,000

Indianapolis
1. God’s Plan 2,930,000
2. YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Outside Today 1,900,000
3. Boo’d Up 1,830,000
4. Lucid Dreams 1,750,000
5. Meant To Be 1,670,000

Milwaukee
1. Boo’d Up 1,190,000
2. God’s Plan 1,050,000
3. Lucid Dreams 959,000
4. Genie 869,000
5. Medicine 722,000

Chicago
1. God’s Plan 17,300,000
2. Boo’d Up 12,900,000
3. Lucid Dreams 12,900,000
4. I Like It 11,300,000
5. Girls Like You 10,300,000

St. Louis
1. Boo’d Up 1,830,000
2. God’s Plan 1,730,000
3. Lucid Dreams 1,300,000
4. Genie 1,280,000
5. Psycho 1,250,000

Kansas City
1. God’s Plan 1,650,000
2. Boo’d Up 1,360,000
3. Lucid Dreams 1,360,000
4. Girls Like You 1,280,000
5. Meant To Be 1,270,000

SOUTHEAST
Charlotte
1. Boo’d Up 6,980,000
2. God’s Plan 6,130,000
3. Freestyle 3,910,000
4. Genie 3,870,000
5. Migos f/Drake – Walk It Talk It 3,490,000

Raleigh
1. Boo’d Up 1,300,000
2. God’s Plan 1,270,000
3. Lil Baby & Gunna – Drip Too Hard 849,000
4. Lucid Dreams 849,000
5. Girls Like You 812,000

Atlanta
1. Boo’d Up 11,800,000
2. God’s Plan 10,300,000
3. Freestyle 8,960,000
4. Drip Too Hard 7,230,000
5. Lil Baby & Drake – Yes Indeed 6,780,000

Jacksonville
1. Boo’d Up 1,270,000
2. God’s Plan 1,030,000
3. Lucid Dreams 1,010,000
4. Genie 912,000
5. Girls Like You 767,000

Miami
1. Te Boté 8,460,000
2. El Farsante 7,540,000
3. Daddy Yankee – Dura 6,240,000
4. I Like It 5,980,000
5. God’s Plan 4,980,000

Tampa
1. God’s Plan 2,490,000
2. Boo’d Up 2,240,000
3. I Like It 1,990,000
4. Te Boté 1,980,000
5. El Farsante 1,740,000

Orlando
1. Boo’d Up 6,410,000
2. God’s Plan 5,830,000
3. Te Boté 5,350,000
4. I Like It 5,030,000
5. Lucid Dreams 4,250,000

DEEP SOUTH
Birmingham

1. Boo’d Up 1,970,000
2. Yella Beezy – That’s On Me 1,390,000
3. Genie 1,350,000
4. Freestyle 1,270,000
5. God’s Plan 1,200,000

Jackson
1. Boo’d Up 761,000
2. Genie 635,000
3. That’s On Me 477,000
4. YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Through The Storm 474,000
5. Freestyle 470,000

Memphis
1. Boo’d Up 3,050,000
2. God’s Plan 2,500,000
3. Freestyle 2,330,000
4. Genie 2,030,000
5. Outside Today 1,950,000

New Orleans
1. God’s Plan 1,110,000
2. Boo’d Up 1,100,000
3. Genie 968,000
4. Lucid Dreams 699,000
5. Outside Today 695,000

Little Rock
1. Boo’d Up 388,000
2. God’s Plan 293,000
3. Genie 248,000
4. That’s On Me 219,000
5. Freestyle 215,000

SOUTH CENTRAL
Houston
1. God’s Plan 12,900,000
2. Te Boté 11,300,000
3. I Like It 10,600,000
4. El Farsante 10,400,000
5. XXXTENTACION – SAD! 8,350,000

Dallas
1. God’s Plan 13,200,000
2. I Like It 9,280,000
3. Boo’d Up 8,940,000
4. That’s On Me 8,680,000
5. Lucid Dreams 8,580,000

Austin
1. God’s Plan 2,720,000
2. I Like It 2,550,000
3. Te Boté 2,510,000
4. Girls Like You 2,220,000
5. El Farsante 2,110,000

San Antonio
1. God’s Plan 5,590,000
2. Te Boté 4,440,000
3. El Farsante 4,380,000
4. I Like It 3,980,000
5. SAD! 3,790,000

Oklahoma City
1. God’s Plan 1,750,000
2. SAD! 1,270,000
3. Boo’d Up 1,200,000
4. Lucid Dreams 1,180,000
5. Girls Like You 1,020,000

PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Seattle
1. God’s Plan 3,910,000
2. Tyga f/Offset – Taste 3,260,000
3. Girls Like You 2,990,000
4. SAD! 2,900,000
5. Psycho 2,640,000

Portland
1. God’s Plan 1,590,000
2. SAD! 1,440,000
3. Girls Like You 1,440,000
4. Taste 1,370,000
5. Lucid Dreams 1,330,000

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
San Francisco
1. God’s Plan 4,570,000
2. Taste 4,090,000
3. Te Boté 3,810,000
4. I Like It 3,600,000
5. Girls Like You 3,400,000

San Jose
1. God’s Plan 3,420,000
2. Taste 2,150,000
3. Ed Sheeran – Perfect 1,930,000
4. Offset – Ric Flair Drip 1,920,000
5. SAD! 1,910,000

Oakland
1. Boo’d Up 894,000
2. Taste 776,000
3. Te Boté 744,000
4. God’s Plan 729,000
5. I Like It 708,000

Fresno
1. God’s Plan 1,240,000
2. SAD! 919,000
3. Lucid Dreams 883,000
4. Girls Like You 764,000
5. Taste 729,000

Sacramento
1. Taste 2,680,000
2. God’s Plan 2,200,000
3. Lucid Dreams 2,060,000
4. SAD! 2,010,000
5. YG f/2 Chainz, Nicki Minaj, & Big Sean – Big Bank 1,960,000

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles
1. God’s Plan 15,000,000
2. Taste 13,800,000
3. Te Boté 13,300,000
4. I Like It 12,600,000
5. Raymix – Oye Mujer 11,200,000

San Diego
1. God’s Plan 3,040,000
2. I Like It 2,640,000
3. Taste 2,550,000
4. Girls Like You 2,450,000
5. Te Boté 2,380,000

Riverside
1. God’s Plan 819,000
2. SAD! 652,000
3. I Like It 600,000
4. Lucid Dreams 591,000
5. Taste 540,000

SOUTHWEST
Phoenix
1. God’s Plan 5,560,000
2. SAD! 4,280,000
3. Lucid Dreams 4,020,000
4. I Like It 3,710,000
5. Taste 3,710,000

Albuquerque
1. God’s Plan 973,000
2. SAD! 904,000
3. Lucid Dreams 838,000
4. Girls Like You 819,000
5. Meant To Be 665,000

MOUNTAIN WEST
Salt Lake City
1. Girls Like You 1,200,000
2. Psycho 1,050,000
3. Meant To Be 1,030,000
4. SAD! 1,020,000
5. God’s Plan 967,000

Denver
1. Taste 3,940,000
2. God’s Plan 3,390,000
3. SAD! 3,270,000
4. Girls Like You 3,030,000
5. Lucid Dreams 2,970,000

Colorado Springs
1. God’s Plan 566,000
2. Lucid Dreams 538,000
3. Girls Like You 516,000
4. SAD! 516,000
5. Meant To Be 431,000