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Early Hot 100 Predictions: FEFE #3, Eminem has four songs in Top 15, GIAW #15, NTLTC #20

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13 minutes ago, barbiej33p said:

Who is we :nickidisgusted:

*Goes back to minding my POP2 business* 

You forgot the other o in pop2

 

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Why is Lucky you and the ringer not be higher than FEFE in the prediction?

Sales: Lucky you wins by far 

Streaming: Lucky you wins by far (FEFE has an edge with YouTube but not that big - plus youtube weights a lot less)

Radio: FEFE wins (But FEFE’s radio audience number is very low anyway, don’t think it makes that much of a difference)

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Just now, TShkg said:

Why is Lucky you and the ringer not be higher than FEFE in the prediction?

Sales: Lucky you wins by far 

Streaming: Lucky you wins by far (FEFE has an edge with YouTube but not that big - plus youtube weights a lot less)

Radio: FEFE wins (But FEFE’s radio audience number is very low anyway, don’t think it makes that much of a difference)

It’s probably because Eminem has so many variables. I honestly thought the ringer would peak higher.

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Just now, TShkg said:

Why is Lucky you and the ringer not be higher than FEFE in the prediction?

Sales: Lucky you wins by far 

Streaming: Lucky you wins by far (FEFE has an edge with YouTube but not that big - plus youtube weights a lot less)

Radio: FEFE wins (But FEFE’s radio audience number is very low anyway, don’t think it makes that much of a difference)

Lucky You and FEFE will be almost equal in streaming and sales barely matter

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Just now, Venti said:

Lucky You and FEFE will be almost equal in streaming and sales barely matter

How would that be possible?

In Spotify alone Lucky you’s Lead is more than 33%. Most likely Apple Music lead is even higher due to it’s a rap song. So clearly Em wins in on demand streaming.

Youtube’s weighting is so much less and FEFE may be only 6 million views ahead in US.

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