Monday Morning Mediabase 03/12/2018

Six milestones to report this week on the Mediabase Monday Morning round-up.

To celebrate Idol’s return, Idol’s original winner Kelly Clarkson doubles down on milestones this week. Her second single from her latest album achieves new heights in two formats. “I Don’t Think About You” goes top 20 on HAC and debuts top 40 on the AC chart. Also on the AC chart, her version of “It’s Quiet Downtown” from Hamilton returns to the chart.

Phillip Phillips, season 11 American Idol winner, debuts a song as well. His second single from his third album “Collateral” appears on the AAA chart. “Into the Wild” takes a big leap into the top 40 from 94th spot last week.

Camila Cabello won’t let her foot off the gas as she is a frequent contributor to the milestone chart. This X-Factor Alum is working her second single off “Camila” and “Never be the Same” goes top 10 on Pop. This is her second solo top 10 in that format.

Also representing X-Factor is Niall Horan from the UK franchise. Niall was part of 1D and charts his fourth solo single on HAC this week. “On the Loose” enters the chart in the top 50. The song is also top 30 on Pop. In a bit of synergy between these two X-Factor contestants, BB reports Niall performs a cover of Camila’s debut solo single “Crying in the Club” and Camila approves.

Finally, AGT’s (and DWTS’s) Lindsey Stirling has been working “Love’s Just a Feeling” for a while. The song has been up and down, but this week, it is in the top 20 on AC.

BB reports that Harry Styles has two new singles he’s performing on tour.

On the album front, the Black Panther continues to dominate the BB200 (and the box office). Camila Cabello’s “Camila” returns to the top 10. Her album is 8th this week (12th last week) with 27K in combined sales (+3%). “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack featuring the Voice’s Loren Allred returns to the second spot on the chart. It was fifth last week and has 60K in combined sales (+14%) this week (album sales 39K (+19%)). It is up due to the vinyl release and the Oscars.

BB notes that this is the first time two soundtrack albums have held the number 1 and 2 spot in 8 years. The last time it happened was with Glee and Twilight.

Calum Scott:
“You Are The Reason”: ^12 AC (14)

Camila Cabello:
“Havana” featuring Young Thug: 4 HAC (2); ^7 AC (9)
“Never be the Same”: ^10 Pop (12); ^25 HAC (25); ^18 RHY (20)

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

Daniel Seavey (Why Don’t We):
“Trust Fund Baby”: ^34 Pop (36)

Danny Gokey:
“Masterpiece”: ^30 CAC (29)

James Arthur:
“Naked”: 29 AC (23)

Jasmine Murray:
“No Other Love”: ^32 CAC (34)

Jeff Gutt (Stone Temple Pilots):
“Meadow”: 15 Active Rock (8)

Kelly Clarkson:
“I Don’t Think About You”: ^20 HAC (21); ^32 AC (91)
“It’s Quiet Uptown”: ^45 AC (51)

Lauren Alaina:
“Doin’ Fine”: ^29 Country (30)

Lindsey Stirling:
“Love’s Just a Feeling” featuring Rooty: ^19 AC (35)

Niall Horan:
“On the Loose”: ^30 Pop (30); ^49 HAC (51)
“Too Much To Ask”: 40 AC (34)

Phillip Phillips:
“Into the Wild”: ^40 AAA (94)

Scotty McCreery:
“Five More Minutes”: 8 Country (3)

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

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