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BILLBOARD HOT 100

Week ending May 23, 2020 | Tracking periods: sales/streaming — 5/8–5/14, airplay — 5/11–5/17


TW LW PP WC Artist – Song

01 ** 01 01 Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber ‒ Stuck With U (HOT SHOT DEBUT)
02 01 01 19 Doja Cat feat. Nicki Minaj ‒ Say So
03 ** 03 01 6ix9ine ‒ Gooba
04 03 01 24 The Weeknd ‒ Blinding Lights
05 02 02 09 Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyonce ‒ Savage (AIRPLAY GAINER)
06 04 01 06 Drake ‒ Toosie Slide
07 05 01 23 Roddy Ricch ‒ The Box
08 09 08 04 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Rockstar (STREAMING GAINER)
09 06 02 28 Dua Lipa ‒ Don't Start Now
10 08 01 37 Post Malone ‒ Circles

11 10 08 14 Justin Bieber feat. Quavo ‒ Intentions
12 11 06 23 Harry Styles ‒ Adore You
13 13 02 18 Future feat. Drake ‒ Life Is Good
14 15 12 34 Maren Morris ‒ The Bones
15 12 01 03 THE SCOTTS, Travis Scott & Kid Cudi ‒ The Scotts (DIGITAL GAINER)
16 20 16 08 SAINt JHN ‒ Roses (Imanbek Remix)
17 16 12 23 Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby ‒ My Oh My
18 18 01 53 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Someone You Loved
19 17 08 27 Billie Eilish ‒ Everything I Wanted
20 22 16 14 Lil Mosey ‒ Blueberry Faygo

21 23 21 16 Morgan Wallen ‒ Chasin' You
22 28 22 26 Trevor Daniel ‒ Falling
23 21 16 20 Gabby Barrett ‒ I Hope
24 26 02 34 Maroon 5 ‒ Memories
25 24 18 18 Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani ‒ Nobody But You
26 33 20 20 Roddy Ricch feat. Mustard ‒ High Fashion
27 31 26 09 Powfu feat. beabadoobee ‒ Death Bed
28 36 28 09 Luke Combs feat. Eric Church ‒ Does To Me
29 37 28 11 Surfaces ‒ Sunday Best
30 38 26 25 The Black Eyed Peas x J Balvin ‒ RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)

31 40 21 07 Dua Lipa ‒ Break My Heart
32 44 32 14 Jack Harlow ‒ Whats Poppin
33 29 29 02 Marshmello & Halsey ‒ Be Kind
34 50 34 19 Carly Pearce & Lee Brice ‒ I Hope You're Happy Now
35 43 11 35 blackbear ‒ Hot Girl Bummer
36 41 36 09 Thomas Rhett feat. Jon Pardi ‒ Beer Can't Fix
37 53 37 15 Lewis Capaldi ‒ Before You Go
38 48 38 07 Travis Denning ‒ After A Few
39 54 39 09 BENEE feat. Gus Dapperton ‒ Supalonely
40 46 25 27 Rod Wave ‒ Heart On Ice

41 47 11 43 Mustard & Roddy Ricch ‒ Ballin'
42 49 04 32 Tones And I ‒ Dance Monkey
43 ** 43 01 Lil Durk feat. Lil Baby & Polo G ‒ 3 Headed Goat
44 55 40 07 Sam Hunt ‒ Hard To Forget
45 57 16 18 Lil Baby ‒ Sum 2 Prove
46 14 14 02 Drake feat. Giveon ‒ Chicago Freestyle
47 60 23 05 twenty one pilots ‒ Level Of Concern
48 64 48 03 StaySolidRocky ‒ Party Girl
49 42 11 03 Juice WRLD ‒ Righteous
50 ** 50 01 Kehlani feat. Tory Lanez ‒ Can I

51 07 07 02 Drake feat. Playboi Carti ‒ Pain 1993
52 67 52 08 NLE Choppa feat. Roddy Ricch ‒ Walk Em Down
53 63 30 13 Pop Smoke ‒ Dior
54 62 16 08 The Weeknd ‒ In Your Eyes
55 61 55 02 Lil Baby & 42 Dugg ‒ We Paid
56 56 31 11 Lil Baby ‒ Emotionally Scarred
57 76 57 06 Miranda Lambert ‒ Bluebird
58 66 57 16 Diplo feat. Morgan Wallen ‒ Heartless
59 68 59 06 Kenny Chesney ‒ Here And Now
60 91 17 07 NAV, Gunna & Travis Scott ‒ Turks

61 71 59 07 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels ‒ If The World Was Ending
62 74 62 05 Regard ‒ Ride It
63 84 63 04 Don Toliver ‒ After Party
64 73 53 09 Bad Bunny ‒ Yo Perreo Sola
65 ** 65 01 Lil Tjay feat. Fivio Foreign & Pop Smoke ‒ Zoo York
66 79 40 17 Jhene Aiko ‒ P*$$y Fairy (OTW)
67 77 38 18 JACKBOYS feat. Young Thug ‒ Out West
68 ** 68 01 Kehlani ‒ Toxic
69 87 69 02 Luke Bryan ‒ One Margarita
70 80 23 07 PARTYNEXTDOOR & Rihanna ‒ Believe It

71 72 36 04 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato ‒ I'm Ready
72 85 72 05 Scotty McCreery ‒ In Between
73 69 30 20 Ingrid Andress ‒ More Hearts Than Mine
74 99 74 04 Florida Georgia Line ‒ I Love My Country
75 70 18 10 Demi Lovato ‒ I Love Me
76 ** 76 01 Chris Brown & Young Thug ‒ Go Crazy
77 19 19 02 Future, Drake & Young Thug ‒ D4L
78 82 03 17 Eminem feat. Juice WRLD ‒ Godzilla
79 59 45 03 Lil Baby ‒ All In
80 ** 80 01 Kehlani feat. Jhene Aiko ‒ Change Your Life

81 89 81 04 Keith Urban ‒ God Whispered Your Name
82 94 80 05 Maddie & Tae ‒ Die From A Broken Heart
83 78 29 16 Brett Young ‒ Catch
84 100 84 02 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One ‒ Don't Rush
85 27 27 02 Drake feat. Future ‒ Desires
86 95 71 06 Thomas Rhett feat. Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin & Keith Urban ‒ Be A Light
87 83 17 04 DaBaby feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again ‒ Jump
88 ** 88 01 Moneybagg Yo ‒ Me Vs Me
89 RE 89 02 Carrie Underwood ‒ Drinking Alone
90 58 58 02 Luke Combs ‒ Six Feet Apart

91 ** 91 01 Lil Durk ‒ Viral Moment
92 RE 78 02 Arcangel x Sech ‒ Sigues Con El
93 92 39 16 Jake Owen ‒ Homemade
94 30 30 02 Drake ‒ Time Flies
95 88 48 09 Lil Baby & 42 Dugg ‒ Grace
96 90 37 19 Jordan Davis ‒ Slow Dance In A Parking Lot
97 93 26 18 Halsey ‒ You Should Be Sad
98 RE 20 10 Lil Uzi Vert ‒ That Way
99 34 34 02 Drake feat. Fivio Foreign & Sosa Geek ‒ Demons
100 RE 85 10 Noah Cyrus & Leon Bridges ‒ July

OUT 25 25 01 Drake feat. Chris Brown ‒ Not You Too
OUT 32 32 01 Drake ‒ Deep Pockets
OUT 35 35 01 Drake ‒ When To Say When
OUT 39 39 01 Drake ‒ Landed
OUT 45 45 01 Drake ‒ From Florida With Love
OUT 51 51 01 Drake ‒ Losses
OUT 52 52 01 Drake ‒ War
OUT 65 65 01 Lil Baby ‒ Social Distancing
OUT 75 43 20 H.E.R. feat. YG ‒ Slide
OUT 81 81 01 Lil Baby ‒ Low Down
OUT 86 86 01 Lil Baby ‒ Humble
OUT 96 18 07 Lil Baby & Gunna ‒ Heatin Up
OUT 97 42 19 Summer Walker & Usher ‒ Come Thru
OUT 98 22 05 DaBaby ‒ Find My Way

Bubbling Under

TW LW Artist – Song

01 ** NAV feat. Lil Uzi Vert ‒ Status
02 06 surf mesa feat. Emilee ‒ ily
03 ** Lil Durk ‒ All Love
04 02 Eric Church ‒ Monsters
05 05 Skip Marley & H.E.R. ‒ Slow Down
06 ** Tim McGraw ‒ I Called Mama
07 ** Kehlani ‒ F&MU
08 ** Kehlani ‒ Water
09 ** Kehlani ‒ Bad News
10 ** Kehlani ‒ Everybody Business
11 07 LOCASH ‒ One Big Country Song
12 ** NAV feat. Gunna ‒ Codeine
13 11 HARDY feat. Lauren Alaina & Devin Dawson ‒ One Beer
14 08 Justin Moore ‒ Why We Drink
15 09 Chase Rice ‒ Lonely If You Are
16 13 Ashley McBryde ‒ One Night Standards
17 14 AJR ‒ Bang!
18 15 Moneybagg Yo feat. Blac Youngsta ‒ 1 2 3
19 ** NAV feat. Pop Smoke ‒ Run It Up
20 ** NAV feat. Young Thug ‒ No Debate
21 19 Jason Aldean ‒ Got What I Got
22 ** Kehlani feat. Masego ‒ Hate The Club
23 ** NAV feat. Future ‒ My Business
24 ** Bad Bunny ‒ Bye Me Fui
25 RE Lee Brice ‒ One Of Them Girls
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Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber's 'Stuck With U' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100
5/18/2020 by Gary Trust

Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber's "Stuck With U" debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. The duet launches as Grande's third Hot 100 leader and Bieber's sixth, and their first together.

Notably, Grande and Bieber each make their third debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100, joining Mariah Carey and Drake as the only artists with that many starts at the summit.

Plus, 6ix9ine's "Gooba" enters the Hot 100 at No. 3, marking his second top 10 and tying his best placement. The track also opens atop the Streaming Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts, beginning as the rapper's first No. 1 on each ranking.

"Stuck With U," released at midnight ET on May 8 on Silent/Raymond Braun/SchoolBoy/Republic/Def Jam, begins as the 1,101st No. 1 in the Hot 100's 61-year history, and the 38th to debut at the summit.

"We just wanted to make something fun that also helps and makes people feel, I think, less alone, or be hopefully somewhat uplifting," Grande told Apple Music's Zane Lowe May 13 of the song, whose streams and sales partially benefit the First Responders Children's Fund amid the coronavirus pandemic. "I think it's also a really, literally, isolating time for people mentally. So, we wanted to put music out, because music is the thing that makes people feel good. It's the thing that speaks most to people's spirits and we just wanted to lift them."

Here's a deeper look at the song's arrival atop the Hot 100.

No. 1 in sales: "Stuck With U" starts at No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart with 108,000 downloads sold in the week ending May 14, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

The song was on sale in a variety of physical/digital combination offerings during the tracking week, including copies autographed by Grande and Bieber. Consumers could purchase cassette, CD and vinyl singles, each with a digital download; the download would be sent to consumers upon purchase, with physical versions due to arrive at a later date.

The track is the first to crack the 100,000-sold barrier in a single week in over a year, since Taylor Swift's "Me!," featuring Brendon Urie, soared in with 193,000 (May 11, 2019), also enhanced by a physical/digital retail model.

Grande earns her sixth Digital Song Sales No. 1, while Bieber adds his 12th. He passes Drake (11) for the most among male artists and claims a solo share of the third-best sum among all acts, after Swift (19) and Rihanna (14).

Top 5 in streaming, Airplay building: "Stuck With U" opens at No. 4 on Streaming Songs with 28.1 million U.S. streams in the week ending May 14.

The track bounds 43-33 on the Radio Songs chart with 26.3 million audience impressions in the week ending May 17, following its first full week of availability. Among format-specific airplay charts, It jumps 25-19 on Adult Pop Songs and 28-23 on Pop Songs and debuts at No. 28 on Adult Contemporary and No. 38 on Rhythmic Songs.

Grande's third Hot 100 No. 1, Bieber's sixth: Grande previously topped the Hot 100 with the first two singles from her 2019 album Thank U Next: the title track, for seven weeks beginning in November 2018, and "7 Rings," for eight weeks starting in February 2019.

Bieber made his first five trips to No. 1 on the Hot 100 in 2015-17, with "What Do You Mean?" (one week, September 2015); "Sorry" (three weeks, January-February 2016); "Love Yourself" (two weeks, February 2016); as featured, with Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne, on DJ Khaled's "I'm the One" (one week, May 2017); and as featured on Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito" (16 weeks, May-September 2017).

Bieber becomes the 25th artist in the Hot 100's history with at least six No. 1s.

Third No. 1 debut each: Grande and Bieber debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for a third time each, joining Mariah Carey and Drake as the only artists with that many chart-topping starts. Grande, meanwhile, is the only artist to date whose first three leaders have all entered at No. 1, as "Stuck With U" follows "Thank U Next" and "7 Rings" in having premiered at the pinnacle.

Bieber previously began at No. 1 with "What Do You Mean?" and "I'm the One."

Carey achieved her three No. 1 bows in 1995-97, while Drake added his third, "Toosie Slide," on the April 20-dated chart.

"Stuck" together: "Stuck With U" is the third female-male duet (with both billed as lead artists) to top the Hot 100 in just over a year, following Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's "Señorita," which led the Aug. 31, 2019-dated list, and Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow" (March 9, 2019). Plus, Ed Sheeran's "Perfect," with Beyoncé, hit No. 1 in December 2017, powered by its duet remix. Prior to "Perfect," only two female-male No. 1s (with both acts as leads) had led since the start of the 2000s -- both involving Alicia Keys).

Braun's first No. 1 as a writer: Grande and Bieber co-wrote "Stuck With U" with Freddy Wexler, Gian Michael Stone, Skyler Stonestreet, Whitney Phillips and Scott "Scooter" Braun; Stone solely produced the song.

Grande and Bieber have co-penned each of their respective three and six Hot 100 No. 1s. Stone, meanwhile, scores his second No. 1 as a co-writer, following Maroon 5's seven-week 2018 leader "Girls Like You," featuring Cardi B. "Stuck With U" is Stone's first No. 1 as a producer.

Wexler, Stonestreet and Phillips each achieve their first Hot 100 No. 1 as writers, as does Braun, who is, of course, more famously known as Grande and Bieber's (and other artists') manager, among other entrepreneurial endeavors. He boasts one other co-writing credit on the Hot 100: the title cut of Bieber's album Purpose reached No. 43 in December 2015.

More News: "Stuck With U" is the third Hot 100 No. 1 with "stuck" in its title, following Elvis Presley's "Stuck on You," with The Jordanaires (four weeks, April-May 1960), and Huey Lewis & The News' "Stuck With You" (three weeks, September-October 1986).

"Stuck With U" and "Stuck With You" mark the second pair of Hot 100 No. 1s that share a song title but with slightly different spellings. Color Me Badd's "All 4 Love" led for a week in January 1992, while Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting's "All for Love" ruled for three weeks in January-February 1994.

A week after soaring from No. 6 to No. 1 on the Hot 100, Doja Cat's "Say So," featuring Nicki Minaj, drops to No. 2. It also falls to No. 2 after a week atop Digital Song Sales (29,000, down 57%); holds at No. 2 on Radio Songs (100.7 million, up 6%); and slips 4-5 on Streaming Songs (26.2 million, down 14%).

"Say So" spends a second week at No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and on Hot R&B Songs charts, both of which employ the same multi-metric formula as the Hot 100.

6ix9ine's "Gooba" enters the Hot 100 at No. 3, as it launches as his first No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart with 55.3 million U.S. streams, following its May 8 release. The song is just the third non-holiday title to reach that weekly streaming level this year, following Roddy Ricch's "The Box" and Drake's "Toosie Slide."

"Gooba" starts at No. 3 on Digital Song Sales with 24,000 sold (and was available on May 14 in a CD/download combination). It also drew 172,000 in radio reach in the tracking week.

The rapper adds his second Hot 100 top 10 and ties best career rank. "FEFE," featuring Minaj and Murda Beatz, reached No. 3 in August 2018. "Gooba" concurrently crowns the multi-metric Hot Rap Songs chart upon its debut, marking 6ix9ine's first No. 1 on the ranking.

As for "Stuck With U" and "Gooba" entering the Hot 100 simultaneously, the chart boasts two debuts in the top three in the same week for the first time in four-and-a-half years, since Adele's "Hello" and Bieber's "Sorry" started at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, on Nov. 14, 2015.

The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" descends 3-4 on the Hot 100, after four weeks on top. It rules Radio Songs for a sixth week, with 114.6 million audience impressions, essentially even week-over-week. It also becomes his first No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay survey.

Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage," featuring Beyoncé, retreats to No. 5 on the Hot 100 a week after rising to its No. 2 high, while claiming top Airplay Gainer honors (61.7 million, up 21%) for a third consecutive week.

Drake's "Toosie Slide" descends 4-6 on the Hot 100, following its one-week reign; Roddy Ricch's "The Box" drops 5-7, after it dominated for 11 weeks; and DaBaby's "Rockstar," featuring Ricch, hits a new high at No. 8, lifting from No. 9, while winning the top Streaming Gainer nod (31.7 million, up 12%).

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" falls 6-9, after peaking at No. 2, and Post Malone's "Circles" backtracks 8-10, following its three-week rule, as it logs a record-extending 37th week in the top 10.

How Billboard Came to Its Calculations in This Week's Race For the Hot 100 No. 1
5/18/2020 by Billboard Staff

Pop fans anxiously awaited the announcement of this week's No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 today (May 18), with new singles from rapper 6ix9ine ("Gooba") and the pop star duo of Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber ("Stuck With U") likely to be in contention for the chart's top spot.

Ultimately, Billboard announced that "Stuck With U" had debuted atop this week's listing, with "Gooba" landing two spots below at No. 3 in its first week. ("Say So," last week's No. 1 from Doja Cat featuring Nicki Minaj, finished between them at No. 2.)

This was met with some controversy on social media, as 6ix9ine had taken to Instagram shortly before the chart's reveal to assert that streams of his single had been improperly discounted, and allege that the powers behind "Stuck With U" had "bought" their No. 1 through ill-gotten sales totals. (Grande, Bieber, and manager/"Stuck" co-writer Scooter Braun all later took to Instagram to deny the rapper's claims.)

In the interest of transparency, Billboard wanted to clear up the Hot 100's chart rules and tabulation process, the calculations that go into the determinations of its final rankings, and the stats accumulated by the two singles that marked this week's highest debuts. Here are the facts.

The total stream count for "Gooba": 55.3 million combined audio and video U.S. streams for “Gooba” were reported to Nielsen Music/MRC Data and Billboard for this week’s Hot 100.

6ix9ine's claims that not all of his streams were properly counted: Streaming numbers visible to the public on audio and video data platforms do not reflect the volume included in Billboard’s chart calculations. Neither do the stream counts that services make available to content owners (including 6ix9ine and his team) directly through a proprietary data feed or dashboard.

Instead, each data provider provides a post-audit number to Billboard and Nielsen Music/MRC Data -- excluding streams that do not meet long-standing charting parameters, such as U.S.-based-only plays, minimum play length, excessive plays and lack of user verification. This is applied to all songs from all artists. (Billboard has reached out to YouTube for further comment about their play statistics for "Gooba.")

The 30 million streams that 6ix9ine said Billboard counted matches the included chart total for all video plays. That number is more than double any single-week video stream total for any song so far this year.

The discrepancy between YouTube's visible play count for "Gooba" (over 180 million) and the number of streams Billboard counted for the song this week (55.3 million): Counts for a video on its YouTube page are for global plays, and absent any other auditing filters mentioned above. Billboard counts only U.S.-based plays for its charts.

The Hot 100 forecast 6ix9ine referenced in his Instagram video: The chart forecast referenced was not created nor provided by Billboard to the industry. Those with access to sales, streaming and radio data from various sources often create their own chart models and update them at their own frequency. Billboard does not distribute any Hot 100 ranking forecast to labels, management or artists.

The late 24-hour sales spike for "Stuck With U" alleged by 6ix9ine in the video: “Stuck With U” was available to purchase through the week as a digital download, as well as in various physical format/digital download combinations through Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s webstores. The sales spike is likely referring to sales on Thursday, May 14 -- the final day of the tracking week -- when signed “Stuck With U” singles were put up for sale in Grande and Bieber’s webstores.

A signed single or album is an accepted form of sales available to any artist and has been noted repeatedly within Billboard chart stories when such items have impacted the Hot 100. 6ix9ine, meanwhile, released a non-signed CD single/digital download on the last day of the tracking week via his webstore.

As noted in this week’s story announcing the results on the latest Hot 100, “Stuck With U” sold 108,000 in the tracking week ending May 14 and “Gooba” sold 24,000, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

6ix9ine's claims that "six credit cards" were responsible for a hefty percentage of the "Stuck With U" sales: Billboard and Nielsen Music/MRC Data conducts audits on all sales reported with access to purchase-level detail, and works with data partners to recognize excessive bulk purchases and remove those units from the final sales total. All titles this week, as in every week, were put under the same scrutiny. (Billboard has reached out to Fame House/Bravado, retailer and reporter of director-to-consumer sales, for further comment about the sales data provided for "Stuck With U.")

6ix9ine's claims that Billboard would not "disclose" information about data when asked: Billboard and Nielsen Music/MRC Data were open and forthright with all information pertaining to “Gooba” with 6ix9ine’s team. That includes explaining the Hot 100 methodology and how the final ranking and chart points for “Gooba” were calculated. Billboard and Nielsen Music/MRC Data cannot, however, provide granular detail on a title to anyone but its content owner.

How the Hot 100's multi-metric calculations are tabulated, and how it led to this week's results: The Hot 100 has a locked-in methodology, updated at least once a year, with each metric divided by a certain number, which results in an average chart ratio whereby streams are the most heavily weighted factor, followed next by radio airplay and then sales. Each song has its own ratio breakdown based on its specific activity, which contributes to the overall chart average each week .

Overall, “Stuck With U” drew 28.1 million U.S. streams, 26.3 million in radio airplay audience and 108,000 sold in the tracking week. “Gooba” had 55.3 million U.S. streams, 172,000 in radio airplay audience and 24,000 sold.

Those sums resulted in the songs’ respective rankings on this week’s Hot 100.
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So, stroppy jailbird who should still be in prison and not working, thanks to Coronavirus he is out and making cash and slags off two stars who are donating cash to US care workers who are putting their lives at risk.

Fairly obviously he is on the side of Covid-19.

Me me me me me me me me me....
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DeadBanana.gif at the drops for Drake. Happy that 'Time Flies' and 'Demons' (easily the standouts of his mixtape along with 'Toosie Slide') have both at the very least managed a second top 100 week ahead of 'Not You Too' despite debuting lower than that, taste sort of wins ~

Also *.* at 'Don't Rush' having a pretty big rise this week!

Surprised that NAV didn't manage to chart any new songs in the Hot 100 when both Kehlani and Lil Durk got multiple entries - I guess NAV's streaming total was padded by his album(s) having 32 songs lol ~
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surprised Billboard wrote all that to justify themselves in front of 6ix9ine of all people
instead of ignoring him

wow Kehlani did very well, 3 newies in the top 100 and so many bubbling under

and Lewis is finally making big progress with Before You Go
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^ I think it's important that Billboard did defend themselves against some of the more outrageous things 6ix9ine claimed. I saw a lot of people on the Internet saying that they don't like 6ix9ine but they agreed he had a point if what he was saying was true. The last thing we need is a reason for people to be genuinely sympathetic to him.
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It's easier for us to understand since we know how the charts work, but for those who don't, I'm glad Billboard gave the receipts.

Very impressed to see 'Before You Go' and 'Supalonely' top 40 finally, I was starting to get worried that they weren't going to make it!
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The reason 6ix9ine isn't No 1 is clearly radio. 172,000 audience so I guess radio is boycotting him like they are here (he wasn't played on the chart show on R1 today despite staying in the Top 10)

The right decision methinks
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