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The Charts

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    Billboard Defends Lil Nas X’s ‘Old Town Road’ Removal From the Country ChartsHowever, the decision “could be revisited.”
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    The Jonas Brothers Have Finally Topped the Billboard Charts“Sucker” did what “Burnin’ Up” never could.
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    How Ariana Grande Dominated the ChartsHer success story is indicative of the ways in which chart success is measured circa 2019.
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    BTS Tops Billboard Chart, Making History in the ProcessIf you don’t know these boys, you probably should.
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    Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ Ends the Reign of ‘Despacito’ at No. 1Unsurprisingly.
  6. Future Earns Back-to-Back No. 1 Album Debuts and Makes Billboard HistoryThe week after Future debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, the top spot was taken over by Future’s HNDRXX.
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    Daft Punk Finally Got Their First No. 1 SongWith a little help from the Weeknd.
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    J. Cole’s 4 Your Eyez Only Debuts at No. 1It’s the third-highest-selling debut of the year.
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    Drake’s ‘One Dance’ Had a Record-Obliterating Billion Streams on Spotify AloneIt’s the first song to reach one billion streams on Spotify.
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    Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ Instantly Goes No. 1Everything Taylor Swift touches turns to gold.
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    ‘Uptown Funk’ Is No Longer No. 1, and Furious 7 Is to BlameIt’s over, Mark Ronson.
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    That Time Drake Basically Turned His Album Into a Billboard ChartLife is hard … unless you’re Aubrey Graham.
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    ‘All About That Bass’ Is Still No. 1It continues to be a very weird time for music.
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    The Reign of ‘Fancy’ Is OverGood-bye.
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    Yes, Iggy Azalea Is Still No. 1And No. 2.
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    Song of Summer Watch: ‘Fancy’ Is Still No. 1And “Problem” is No. 2?
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    Song of Summer Watch: ‘Fancy’ Is No. 1And “Problem” is No. 2.
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    Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea Have Top 5 SongsFinally.
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    Frozen Is Still No. 1, But Future Outsold Iggy Azalea… by 1,000 records.
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    America Will Basically Only Buy Frozen AlbumsIt’s No. 1, again.
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    Frozen Is Your New AdeleIn that it has been No. 1 for a long time.
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    Kids Still Buying Frozen CDsCongrats, kids.
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    Rick Ross Edges Out Pharrell for No. 1Grilled cheeses for everyone.
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    Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ Is No. 1Clap along, etc.
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    Katy Perry Gets Her Ninth No. 1With “Dark Horse.”
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    Frozen, ‘Timber’ Are Still No. 1(On the music charts.)
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    Frozen Takes the No. 1 Spot From BeyoncéYes, that Frozen.
  28. i woke up like this
    Everybody Still Really Into BeyoncéIt’s closing in on 1,000,000 copies sold.
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    Yes, Beyoncé Is No. 1Flawless.
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    One Direction, ‘Wrecking Ball’ Are No. 1 AgainFamiliarity is comforting.
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    Eminem Is No. 1 AgainSorry, Gaga.
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    Lady Gaga Ekes Out a No. 1ARTPOP made it.
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    Arcade Fire Has the No. 1 Album in the CountryAnd Duck Dynasty is No. 4.
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    Katy Perry Has Another No. 1 AlbumOf course.
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    Miley’s Bangerz Is No. 1Naturally.
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    Justin Timberlake Has the No. 1 Album in AmericaAnd Lorde’s No. 3.
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    Lorde Has the No. 1 Song in AmericaSo there.
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    Drake Gets the Second-Biggest Debut of 2013He sold 658,000 records.
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    ‘Wrecking Ball’ Is Still No. 1Girls rule, boys drool.
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    Miley Cyrus Gets Her First No. 1Because of nudity.
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    Katy Perry Gets Her 8th No. 1R.I.P. summer (and “Blurred Lines”).
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    ‘Blurred Lines’ Has Been No. 1 for 12 Weeks NowBut Katy Perry is a fighter.
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    Robin Thicke Is No. 1 on Two Charts NowSongs and albums.
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    Song of Summer Watch: ‘Blurred Lines’ Has This in the BagIt’s No. 1, again.
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    Selena Gomez Takes the No. 1 From Jay ZKidz Bop: still very popular.
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    Jay Z Is Still No. 1Surprise.
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    Magna Carta Holy Grail Is Jay-Z’s Thirteenth No. 1 AlbumHe’s getting closer to the Beatles’ record.
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    J. Cole Has the No. 1 Album (Because Jay-Z’s Sales Don’t Count Yet)And Born Sinner has officially outsold Yeezus.
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    Wale Has the No. 1 Album in AmericaYeezus is down 80 percent.
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    Yeezus Is No. 1, But It’s Kanye’s Weakest Debut EverHe sold more than J. Cole, though.
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