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My Top 50

June 28, 2019 | 50 songs

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1Same position as last week
MAG!C☆PRINCE - "Gomen.. Hanashitakunai" single cover artwork
2Same position as last week
Taylor Swift - "You Need To Calm Down" single cover artwork
4Same position as last week
Sayaka Yamamoto - "Ichirinsou" single cover artwork
8Same position as last week
RHYMEBERRY - Thing For You album cover artwork
9Same position as last week
Thomas Rhett - "Notice" single cover artwork
10Same position as last week
Poppin'Party - "Kizuna Music♪" single cover artwork
121Down this week
Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie - "ME!" single cover artwork
131Up this week
ONE N' ONLY - "Dark Knight" single cover artwork
142Down this week
MAG!C☆PRINCE - "Break It Down" single cover artwork
17Same position as last week
Louis Tomlinson - "Two of Us" single cover artwork
24-24New this week
Blanco Brown - "The Git Up" single cover artwork
422Up this week
Last Idol - "Otona Survivor" single cover artwork
435Down this week
Bullet Train - "Hey Hey Hey" single cover artwork
497Down this week
Pentatonix - "Shallow" single cover artwork
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Predictions for next week:

  1. Gomen.. Hanashitakunai (=) - 18000 (-2000)
  2. God's Country (+1) - 9300 (+300)
  3. Ichirinsou (+1) - 8500 (+100)
  4. You Need to Calm Down (-2) - 8400 (-1100)
  5. Dreamers Go! (=) - 7200 (+200)
  6. Natsukare☆Vacation (+9) - 7100 (+3600)
  7. A Whole New World (=) - 6200 (+200)
  8. Thing For You (=) - 4800 (-200)
  9. Must Have Been The Wind (+2) - 4300 (+400)
  10. Call (debut) - 3900 (+3900)

Bubbling Under:

  1. Stormzy - Vossi Bop (=)
  2. Daniel Powter - Bad Day (+2)
  3. CHANMINA - Call (debut)
  4. Nana Abe (Marie Miyake), Shin Sato (Yumiri Hanamori) - Deko Boko Speed Star (+1)
  5. Lee Brice - Rumor (+1)
  6. King Gnu - Hakujitsu (+4)
  7. Marina Sol - Glass Island (re-entry)
  8. Ally Brooke ft. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie - Lips Don't Lie (=)
  9. MAX ft. Queen XCII - Love Me Less (re-entry)
  10. For King & Country & Echosmith - God Only Knows (-1)

Comments

Sun, 06/30/2019 - 2:28pm
Hey Naos! :) I love seeing 'Gomen.. Hanashitakunai' still way out in front, but I'm also not surprised by that at all, haha. I also really like how stable: 'You Need To Calm', 'God's Country' & 'Look What God Gave Here' are inside the Top 10 at the moment! Outside of that, I'm glad 'The Git Up' debuted! Is #50 a Russian song & who sings 'Call'? Anyway, good chart as usual! P.S. My new chart is also up, but I don't think you're going to have a ton to say about it unfortunately.
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Sun, 06/30/2019 - 3:29pm
Yeah, I'm not sure how long it'll stay at the top. I feel like it'll end up blocking a lot of songs from #1. It's already blocked "You Need to Calm Down", "Ichirinsou", and looks like it might block "God's Country". #50 is a Russian song, yes, and "Call" is by Japanese rapper CHANMINA. I'll take a look at your chart.
Sun, 06/30/2019 - 6:55pm
So it'll essentially become what 'Old Town Road' has on the Hot 100? Haha! I'll have you check those out then! I always love embracing as many different cultures as I can in music, so glad to see you're doing the same.

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