Crownnote stands in solidarity with the campaign #TheShowMustBePaused, during which the music industry is taking a pause following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others in the latest events in a long-ongoing series of systemic racism and police brutality. While Crownnote is not a company and makes no money on its own, we encourage you to make individual donations, if you are financially able, toward causes that support Black voices, in the music industry and beyond. We also ask you to reflect on the fact that many of the artists, songwriters, producers, label executives, and industry employees that bring you the music you chart here each week have Black roots, as do genres like country, house, rock, jazz, R&B, and hip-hop that grace our charts each week. Through our Twitter account, we will cease all promotional activity of our own site this week, choosing instead to amplify Black voices and organizations that share in the pursuit of support, empowerment, and equality; and we ask that you will do the same. Thank you.

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About The Crown 100

The Crown 100 is Crownnote's flagship composite chart, listing the 100 most popular songs each week based on Crownnote users' personal charts.

The Crown 100 is posted each Monday and includes all charts posted between the previous Sunday and Saturday. (For example, the Crown 100 chart posted on October 17, 2016 includes all charts posted and with a chart date between October 9 and 15.) Personal charts backdated after the Crown 100 that would correspond with its date will not be included in that or any future Crown 100 chart – the Crown 100 will only be recalculated and republished in the event of technical error or omission.

Rankings on the Crown 100 are based on points received from songs' positions on personal charts. A song's ranking on the Crown 100 does not earn it any additional points toward its points total.