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SONG REVENUE CHART: NOT "BAD" FOR WEEK'S WORK

Darkroom/Interscope's Billie Eilish had a pretty fine week, judging by our latest Song Revenue Chart. Her "Bad Guy" debut at the top of the heap, and multiple other tracks from her #1-debuting, heavy-duty album join it on the chart. All in all, Billie's weekly take was $1.4m+ from the tunes noted here. How much were you pulling down a week when you were 17?

The other big story, of course, is Columbia's Lil Nas X, and his #2 landing here (worth $224k+) pales compared to what he's about to do.

Billie helped her corporate overlords at UMG pull down a 68% marketshare on the chart; WMG, meanwhile, had 18% and SME 14%. 

Wanna know more? Read the damn chart.

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