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SONG REVENUE CHART:
MONTE IS MONEY

The return of Jonas Brothers was welcomed by the fans to the tune of a $270k debut week—primarily from streaming—for comeback single “Sucker,” making the track the week’s top earner. The sibs’ Republic labelmates Ariana Grande and Post Malone retain two slots apiece in the Top 10 of our Song Revenue Chart, giving Monte Lipman’s label 50% of the prime real estate.  

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” (Interscope), last week’s Oscar-driven chart-topper, stays on the leaderboard at #6, two slots behind J. Cole’s “Middle Child” (Roc Nation/Interscope). You don’t need to be a math whiz to figure out that UMG has seven of the 10 highest-earning songs.  

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