Sorry, “Fancy.” Your reign atop the Billboard Hot 100 is no longer the year’s lengthiest for a female release.
That honor now belongs to Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” …
Thanks to post-release correction associated with the singles from Taylor Swift’s “1989,” opportunity opened up within the top ten of Billboard’s Digital Songs chart.
Some of the music industry’s most …
Update: Slipknot’s “.5: The Gray Chapter” debuts at #1 on the Billboard 200 thanks to first-week sales of 132,000.
The full top ten is as follows:
1) Slipknot – .5: …
On the heels of its first appearance in the iTunes Top 10 and a continued rise at the pop and hot adult contemporary radio formats, Echosmith’s “Cool Kids” rises to …
“Don’t” is not the first Ed Sheeran single to make waves in the music industry.
It is, however, the first to reach the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.
Update: Data from Billboard’s weekly sales report is now available, and it confirms that Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes” moved 197,000 copies in its first week of release.
Enough for …
She gave them “Bass,” and in return, pop radio programmers gave Meghan Trainor far more than mere sweet talk.
They offered explosive support for her new single “Lips are Movin.”
After claiming second place last week, Train’s “Cadillac, Cadillac” rises to the top of the hot adult contemporary add board.
According to Mediabase, the follow-up to “Angel in Blue Jeans” …
As iTunes and radio chart junkies surely could have guessed, Jason DeRulo’s “Trumpets,” Sam Smith’s “I’m Not the Only One” and Nick Jonas’ “Jealous” are quickly establishing themselves as songs …
Update: Sam Smith also performed on the “TODAY” show this week, which surely contributed to his songs’ surge on iTunes.
Over the past year, it has become clear that a …