Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Laura Vanderbooben, Apr 20, 2017.
It’s number 2 though no?
Ex Acts Chart?
Talent stanning talent
Side to Side does that too. And it bangs.
Dddd those hashtags
The Vodaphone Big Top 40
Stunning! Both of them! But especially Ariana of course!
Someone at Billboard confirmed she did 100k in digitals this week, meaning all of her lead singles have debuted in the Top 10 and with over 100k sold.
Tears also debuts at #1 in both the Czech Republic & Slovakia, her highest-peaking entry in both countries, so c'mon Europe.
I didn't even know we had charts. But well deserved.
The IFPI tracks data in smaller music markets like both and publishes it on behalf of any affiliated music organization of said country. Both countries have a radio and digital chart published for them by the IFPI.
The reception to this across Europe has been great. It's been Top 10 in every market it's charted in besides France, but its #13 peak is its second-highest peak in the country, only behind the French remix of One Last Time she had put out. She would have been #3, instead of #10, in Sweden, a week prior, as well.
It's doing great across Asia as well. It's a shame there's less music organizations to put out chart data there though. It's doing great on streaming services in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, etc. Billboard PH shut down back in February so they no longer have a chart.
The only major markets left to see how it debuts are the US and Canada.
@junglefish you need to promo this more. Your country needs to stop being a flop.
Sis I'm trying, it's not my fault French have disgusting taste. Au moins les gays love it.
What even is a hit in France?
Ariana Grande seems so French-friendly. Sexy slim and chic.
You... don't want to know.
He can't stop his country from buying Mylene Farmer reprints.
Debuts at #3 in the US with 100k sales and 37M streams.
It's the first time in history that four songs have debuted in the top 10. Ari at #3, J. Cole at 6, 8 and 10.
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