Monday Morning Mediabase 03/05/2018

Four milestones for the premier March Monday Morning Mediabase report of 2018.

Lauren Alaina’s “Doin’ Fine” is the third single from her second studio album “Road Less Traveled”. “Doin’ Fine” hits the top 30 on Country music this week. Her previous single “Road Less Travelled” went to number one in the format as did her duet with Kane Brown.

Calum Scott from BGT has another AC hit on his hands. “You Are the Reason” went top 15 in the format. Previously, his cover of “Dancing on My Own” did very well in that format. “You are the Reason” will be on his upcoming album (to be released Friday) album “Only Human”. Returning to the top 40 on AC is “Love’s Just a Feeling” from Lindsay Stirling.

Also from a British show started by Simon is Ireland’s Niall Horan. “On the Loose” is his fourth single from his debut album “Flicker”. Last week, it debuted on the chart. This week, it goes top 30.

Finally, we have Camila Cabello. Her second official single from “Camila” is called “Never be the Same”. The song goes top 20 on Rhythmic this week while also being top 15 on Pop and top 30 on HAC. The debut single from that album “Havana” went to the top of they Rhythmic, Pop and HAC chart.

Bon Jovi’s “This House is Not for Sale” returns to the top of the BB200 album chart thanks to a ticket/album bundle. It first appeared on the top of the chart on November 26, 2016 where it was also part of a ticket/album bundle selling 129K. Note that ticket/album bundles only count as sales if the buyer goes online and redeems the album. This album becomes only the third album to return to the chart to top it (previously Chris Stapleton’s “Traveller” did it after his career making CMA performance and “The Very Best of Prince” after his death). Rapper 6ix9ine (spellchecker is no more hip than I am) has the top debut of the week. 6ix9ine’s birth name is Daniel Hernandez, but he is not the same guy as the Idol (who came first, so that is probably why poor 6ix9ine had to pick a suggestive name with digits in it…j/k You aren’t a true rapper unless spellcheck has a problem with your name.).

1 (RE) Bon Jovi “This House is Not for Sale” 120K
2 (1) “Black Panther” Soundtrack 99K (-24%)
3 (2) Migos “Culture II” 59K (-3%)
4 (NEW) 6ix9ine “Day69” 55K, 20K sales, 2K TEA, 33K SEA
5 (3) “The Greatest Showman” Soundtrack 53K (-14%) {Loren Allred]
6 (7) Ed Sheeran “÷” 39K (+5%)
7 (9) Post Malone “Stoney” 39K (+24%)
8 (13) Imagine Dragon “Evolve” 31K (+32%)
9 (8) Kendrick Lamar “DAMN” 29K (-11%)
10 (NEW) Vance Joy “Nation of Two” 28K, 18K sales

Calum Scott:
“You Are The Reason”: ^14 AC (20)

Camila Cabello:
“Havana” featuring Young Thug: 2 HAC (1); ^9 AC (9)
“Never be the Same”: ^12 Pop (14); ^25 HAC (27); ^20 RHY (22)

Carrie Underwood:
“The Champion” featuring Ludacris: 46 HAC (47)

Chase Rice:
“Three Chords & The Truth”: ^26 Country (29)

Daniel Seavey (Why Don’t We):
“Trust Fund Baby”: ^36 Pop (38)

Danny Gokey:
“Masterpiece”: 29 CAC (28)

James Arthur:
“Naked”: 23 AC (21)

Jasmine Murray:
“No Other Love”: ^34 CAC (35)

Jeff Gutt (Stone Temple Pilots):
“Meadow”: 8 Active Rock (6)

Kelly Clarkson:
“I Don’t Think About You”: ^21 HAC (24)

Lauren Alaina:
“Doin’ Fine”: ^30 Country (35)

Lindsey Stirling:
“Love’s Just a Feeling” featuring Rooty: ^35 AC (45)

Niall Horan:
“On the Loose”: ^30 Pop (39)
“Too Much To Ask”: ^34 AC (37)

Scotty McCreery:
“Five More Minutes”: 3 Country (1)

Upcoming Adds:
March 19: Country: Trent Harmon: “You Got ‘Em All”
March 27: Rhythmic: Liam Payne “Familiar” featuring J. Balvin

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