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SONG REVENUE CHART: "RING" IN THE IDES OF MARCH

Ariana Grande and Jonas Brothers provided the one-two punch (as in #1 and #2) for Republic, which placed four tracks among the week’s Top 10 earners on our Song Revenue Chart, with a second Ariana offering coming in at #11. J. Cole’s “Middle Child” (Roc Nation/Interscope) moved up a slot to finish #3.

The Top 5 was tightly bunched during the generally down week, with just $3k separating the chart-topping “7 rings” from Post Malone & Swae Lee’s #5 “Sunflower.” Post also had the #6 song with “Wow,” one of two Top 10 entries to increase in revenue from the previous week. The biggest gainer was #8 “Robbery” (+18%), the first of 10 tracks from Juice WRLD’s chart-topping sophomore album, Death Race for Love (Grade A/Interscope).

Monte Lipman’s Republic and John Janick’s Interscope each wound up with six of the Top 20 moneymakers. Both killed it, but not in an "Et tu, Brute" literal way.

“Death of Julius Caesar” (1806) by Vincenzo Camuccini

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