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Billboard Magazine August 7, 2021

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

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4 min
‘turned haters to consumers’: ‘industry baby’ bows

LIL NAS X AND JACK HARLOW ENTER THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 at No. 2 with “Industry Baby,” which, following its July 23 release, opens with 40.6 million U.S. streams, 2.9 million in radio audience and 10,900 sold in the week ending July 29, according to MRC Data. The anthem celebrating music business dominance (“This one is for the champions,” Lil Nas X boasts in the prechorus) also debuts atop the Streaming Songs, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts. On the Hot 100, it’s Lil Nas X’s fourth top 10 — following “Montero (Call Me by Your Name),” which became his second No. 1 in April (and holds at No. 8) — and Harlow’s second, matching the high of his 2020 breakthrough hit, “Whats Poppin” (featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez and…

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2 min
billboard 200

The Kid Wins Over a year after The Kid LAROI’s F*ck Love was released, it surges from No. 26 to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for its first week atop the list, following multiple reissues that added tracks to the project. The set, now in its 53rd chart week, earned 85,000 equivalent album units in the United States during the week ending July 29 (up 409%), according to MRC Data. Streaming activity powers most of that figure. F*ck Love arrived July 24, 2020, with 15 tracks. It was reissued Nov. 6 with seven additional tracks and jumped 81-3 on the Nov. 21 chart — its peak until now. It was then reissued a third and fourth time, on July 23 and July 27, adding seven and six tracks, respectively, including his…

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1 min
billboard global 200

28 CAMILA CABELLO “Don’t Go Yet” Cabello’s 2019 Shawn Mendes duet “Señorita” has charted on the Global 200 every week since the list launched last September. (It jumps 127-117 on the Aug. 7 ranking.) The Cuban American singer-songwriter’s new single debuts with 26.2 million streams and 7,600 sold worldwide in its first week of release, according to MRC Data. 141 BO BURNHAM “Bezos I” Inside (The Songs), the album companion to Burnham’s late-May Netflix comedy special, scores a second Global 200 entry. After “All Eyes on Me” reached No. 119 in July, “Bezos I” bounds 198-141 with 9.6 million streams (up 14%) and 1,200 sold (up 6%) globally in the July 23-29 tracking week. The chart flight follows Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ brief rocket trip to space on July 20. —ERIC FRANKENBERG STREAMING & SALES DATA COMPILED…

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2 min
bmi chrsistian awards 2021

SONG OF THE YEAR Way Maker Sinach Capitol CMG Publishing SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR Ethan Hulse Rescue Story Stand In Your Love The Father’s House PUBLISHER OF THE YEAR Capitol CMG Publishing Believer Burn the Ships Dead Man Walking God’s Not Done With You Holy Water Let It Rain (Is There Anybody) See a Victory Stand In Your Love The Blessing The Father’s House Way Maker You Are Loved MUSIC MOVES OUR WORLD ALIVE Jason Ingram Jonathan Smith Zach Williams Anthems of Hope Be Essential Songs Wisteria Drive Music BELIEVER Mitch Wong (APRA) Capitol CMG Publishing Integrity’s Praise! Music BURN THE SHIPS Matt Hales (PRS) Luke Smallbone Curb Dayspring Music Kilns Music Universal-Songs of PolyGram International, Inc. Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. DEAD MAN WALKING Jordan Sapp Capitol CMG Publishing Songs by JSAPP FEAR NO MORE Blake NeeSmith Jason Roy Fear No More Publishing Harper and Hudson House of Emack Music Map Catalogs Moon and Musky Music GOD’S NOT DONE WITH YOU Bernie Herms Tauren Wells Be Essential Songs Crucialworks Entertainment G650 Music Pure Note Music Songs of Universal, Inc. GOING THERE Lee Black Scott Inman Christian Taylor Music ClearBox Benefit Sunset Gallery Music HOLY WATER Ed Cash Franni Cash Cain Martin Cash Scott…

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10 min
blackground to bring aaliyah’s music online

ON AUG. 25, 2020, THE 19TH anniversary of Aaliyah’s death, the singer’s official Twitter account had a message for “our loyal fans. We are excited to announce,” the message from the estate read, “that communication has commenced between the estate and various record labels about the status of Aaliyah’s music catalogue, as well as its availability on streaming platforms in the near future.” Barry Hankerson, Aaliyah’s uncle and the founder of Blackground Records, saw that as a green light. The reclusive 73-year-old mogul founded the label in 1993, specifically to support his niece Aaliyah’s then-nascent music career. But years after Aaliyah’s sudden death in an August 2001 plane crash at the age of 22, all of her music except her first album, which she made with R. Kelly, is now out…

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5 min
the shows must go on. but how?

HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE vaccinated?” Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst asked the crowd at Chicago’s Grant Park during the band’s set at Lollapalooza on July 31. “Very cool,” he replied when most of the audience cheered. “Very considerate!” It was an encouraging sign amid the unexpectedly complicated return of large-scale music festivals, just a week after Rolling Loud Miami and the Newport (R.I.) Folk Festival unofficially opened a late-summer season that promoters hoped would take place as life returned to normal in the wake of the pandemic’s peak. Promoters Live Nation and Chicago-based C3 Presents have not released ticket sales data for the four-day event, which started July 29 and drew over 100,000 attendees per day to see headliners Foo Fighters, Post Malone, Tyler, The Creator and Miley Cyrus, but Billboard…

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