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This is from January 1, 2018 to one week after Drake dropped Scorpion (SPS)

via Hits Daily Double 

 

TOP 5

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1. Beerbongs & Bentleys - Post Malone: 1,988,000

2. The Greatest Showman Sountrack - Various Artists: 1,677,000

3. Scorpion - Drake: 1,639,000

4. Invasion of Privacy - Cardi B: 1,278,000

5. Culture II - Migos: 1,189,000

 

 

 

 

 

Female: (only 7 in the top 50)

1. Invasion of Privacy - Cardi B: 1,278,000

2. Camila - Camila Cabello: 697,000

3. reputation - Taylor Swift: 592,000

4. CTRL - SZA: 447,000

5. Beautiful Trauma - P!nk: 415,000

6. Tell Me You Love Me - Demi Lovato: 374,000

7. Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa: 354,000

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Males:

1. Beerbongs & Bentleys - Post Malone: 1,988,000

2. Scorpion - Drake: 1,639,000

3. Divide - Ed Sheeran: 915,000

4. KOD - J. Cole: 875,000

5. Stoney - Post Malone: 849,000

6. ? - XXXTENTACION: 828,000

7. Man of the Woods - Justin Timberlake: 694,000

7. DAMN. - Kendrick Lamar: 694,000

9. American Teen - Khalid: 571,000

10. 24K Magic - Bruno Mars: 570,000

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DUO/GROUPS: (only 4 in Top 50)

1. Culture II - Migos: 1,189,000

2. EVOLVE - Imagine Dragons: 692,000

3. Red Pill Blues - Maroon 5: 421,000

4. Come Tomorrow - Dave Matthews Band: 349,000

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Source: http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=312685

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ryanripley

i have to laugh

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Thomas P

It’s just gross

Bryoncé, Lorde, Rihanna, Arianna, SZA, and the list goes on
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Tresor

that's really disappointing. I hope Gaga pulls a 2009 in 2019 and revitalizes the industry again

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Kylie Jenner

Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin') tops all of those albums...and it's not even an album, nor a lead single 

nobody come at me for holding facts

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When Travis Scott sucks the t*ts of art (aka me)
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Matangi

I cannot handle that Gagadaily for some reason can't comprehend hip-hop and R&B dominating the current wave of popular music. It literally doesn't click here as something valid.

If you look at these albums, and the same from any of the past decade, the artists have roughly the same artistic merit and acclaim, some are great artists, vocalists, and writers, others are somewhat mediocre ones pushed by labels ===>> literally popular music as usual.

The thing is, they are just shifting from what the demographic on this particular site adores; which is dance/pop made by (most often white) women. Hip-hop music is dominating right now, Latin music is dominating, the zeitgeist shifts sometimes.

Step outside of yourself and see that your taste in pop music may take a couple years to resurge.

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ArtGagaPop

out of all these i have only heard/liked 3 of them :emma:

Let's hope ASIB soundtrack will top the second half of the year :vegas:

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OBEY

My own favorite albums of 2018 are B&B, Invasion of Privacy, Camila, Expectations, Shawn Mendes, Voicenotes :) 

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Arturo
9 minutes ago, Kylie Jenner said:

Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin') tops all of those albums...and it's not even an album, nor a lead single 

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Well Joanne in total in the United States is at over 1,000,000 units so it’d be pretty high on the list. It’s unfortunate that she wasnt able to get too high on year end charts since her sales were split between 2016 and 2017. Although she did chart at #35 Year End 2017 for like 650,000 units. ~350,000 units from 2016. And then a cute like 60,000 units in 2018 so farr

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Arturo
8 minutes ago, Matangi said:

I cannot handle that Gagadaily for some reason can't comprehend hip-hop and R&B is can dominating the current wave of popular music. It literally doesn't click here as something valid.

If you look at these albums, and the same from any of the past decade, the artists have roughly the same artistic merit and acclaim, some are great artists, vocalists, and writers, others are somewhat mediocre ones pushed by labels ===>> literally popular music as usual.

The thing is, they are just shifting from what the demographic on this particular site adores; which is dance/pop made by (most often white) women. Hip-hop music is dominating right now, Latin music is dominating, the zeitgeist shifts sometimes.

Step outside of yourself and see that your taste in pop music may take a couple years to resurge.

Yup. And thats not going to change unless this fanbase gets off its high horse and stops hating streaming. Let’s get out of 2010 and start streaming your music instead of just buying it individually and then your tastes of pop will be reflected on the charts.

Not saying that’ll change a lot but it’ll be something. Hip-Hop/Urban is clearly still dominant as it was from 2003 - 2008.

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KatieJudasGaga4

I love the Evolve album, and Invasion of Privacy, that's it. 

I’m just a Holy Fool, oh baby he’s so cruel, But I’m still in love with Judas, baby
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River

#NotMyTop

I'm not serious 99% of the times ;)
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