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  1. Yeah, wouldn't be surprised if WTW were pimped all the way to the Finale, just because they are different (not in terms of genre, but let's face it, the Voice is coalescing into a sea of R&B/country singers at this point). It's kind of interesting to have a mom-daughter group; I know this is just a show and many of the top acts are outdated/treating this for local visibility, but record labels likely wouldn't know how to handle this (it worked in the 80s with the Judds, but that's the extent, and that was eons ago). Still kind of surprising TPTB want to showcase country so much
  2. Dua Lipa only projected 50-55K this week despite "Don't Start Now", and poor physical sales. Looks like Camila still is in the top for sub 30 year old female solo artists in terms of sales/streams.
  3. Camila's road to the album was just straight up irregular--her singles rollout and double radio play with "Liar" and "Shameless" didn't pan out, so getting really, really lucky with My Oh My is something that doesn't happen. Her team made top notch use of tiktok to get it absolutely viral. Weird thing is, My Oh My is her first single that's truly spotify/apple music frontloaded rather than radio/itunes frontloaded, and those are the metrics that matter. It will definitely help fortify her SPS for her album, which may be why her album has stabilized (13th to 15th). MoM is a definite hit--with t
  4. Adding those numbers that audience impression is at least 1.7, which puts it above Trevor Daniel, Brockhampton, JojiJackson, MAX, Ant Saunders and IsabelaPapi, who all have songs in the top 50. Feeling a good audience/spin ratio here, which is a good sign for her/the song.
  5. Not surprising she's collabing with Megan Thee Stallion--she's also from Houston and is kind of like Nicki Minaj for late millenials and Gen-Z'ers, and is right-aged with Normani. Good collab, and the Marvel tie-in definitely helps with the right fans
  6. Yeah, a -58% drop second week is better than standard; think the average is 66%. Her first album had legs so can't say this was too surprising. Camila does have solid streams, and My Oh My will definitely help with the SPS. The Who dropped out because they're a legacy act completely reliant on tour bundles and albums, so those are always frontloaded.
  7. This is probably the first Camila song that was Spotify/Apple popular; her other songs felt like they were led more by itunes and radio hype. This is the right direction for getting the right audience
  8. Ah, DaBaby...joins the line of Kid Ink, Tyga, Tory Lanez, Ty Dolla Sign, Fetty Wap, Travis Scott, Quavo x2, Young Thug, J Balvin, and Cardi B. Good list.
  9. The funny thing is the most popular non Camila tiktok vid is this one with 474K likes: https://www.tiktok.com/@erikacharisemayo/vi...966968625122566 :devil:
  10. It's safe to say this has become another TikTok hit...41 itunes, 55 spotify, 56 apple. All three metrics clicking and aligned. BTW...this is the sort of stuff that gets stuff viral nowadays? https://www.tiktok.com/music/My-Oh-My-6766725343320475649
  11. There we go...an apple music rating higher than itunes rating, and spotify rating that's good even with a bunch of Juice songs in front. She's connecting with this song.
  12. Roddy's a really good rapper, so happy for the dude, but goes to show you, hip hop=stream king. Camila's numbers haven't budged mid week this time around. I guess 3rd would still be a respectable showing, and better than some of her contemporaries like Bebe Rexha and Dua Lipa and Julia Miguels...but Mark Grondin's JLo comparison was apt.
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