Subscriber Account active since. Business Insider. Justin Bieber has been a mainstay on the Billboard Hot since his debut single was released in From the infamous bop "Baby" to his most recent comeback single "Yummy," Bieber's vocals are a reliable bet for radio domination. Even just the name of the song is annoying.
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For Billboard, the year-old music trade publication, that was once a simple question. Its charts were based on the number of CDs, vinyl LPs or tapes that fans bought at stores. But compiling its weekly charts has only gotten more complicated with the rise of streaming formats — some free, some paid — and as record companies have found ways to game the system by including free downloads of new albums with the sale of merchandise or concert tickets. Starting Jan. User-generated content — like memes or cover versions — will not count. According to Midia Research, which studies digital media, 55 percent of people who stream music use YouTube, while all free audio streaming services — like Spotify and Pandora which also have paid tiers — attract just 37 percent of the market. Yet in the music industry, YouTube has been harshly criticized for its low payout rates. YouTube has also faced questions about how its numbers can be manipulated.
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Subscriber Account active since. Green Day's hit "Wake Me Up When September Ends" experienced its annual return to fame on YouTube this week, with views on the last day of the month reaching over ,, according to the video-sharing platform. YouTube shared a list of the latest entries into its US top songs chart, which includes several rappers as well as a K-pop group and a country singer. YouTube calculates its top songs chart by combining views on all official versions of a song.
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