Monday Morning Mediabase 04/01/2019

Just one milestone this week to launch us into April. Pentatonix from the NBC show “The Sing Off” has released their cover of “The Greatest Show”. The song debuted on the AC chart last week and hits top 40 on that chart this week. “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack has been selling well for well over a year and re-imagined versions of the songs were released as an album (November, 2018). This was one of the re-imaginings on that album.

Ally Brooke:
“Low Key” featuring Tyga: ^24 Pop (26); ^25 RHY (25)

Carrie Underwood:
“Love Wins”: ^12 Country (11)

Chase Rice:
“Eyes on You”: ^6 Country (7)

Danny Gokey:
“Haven’t Seen It Yet”: ^13 CAC (15)

Lauren Alaina:
“Ladies in the ’90s”: ^42 Country (41)

Morgan Wallen:
“Whiskey Glasses”: ^15 Country (15)

Normani:
& Sam Smith “Dancing with a Stranger”: ^7 Pop (7); ^10 HAC (11); ^31 AC (35), ^13 UAC (15)

Pentatonix:
“The Greatest Show”: ^40 AC (50)

Sanjaya Malakar:
“Bathwater”: ^13 Pop (42)

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6 Comments

  1. LivePopBars is still having problems. Here’s the Top 1000.

    iTunes Singles Chart 4/1/19:
    10 Sam Smith & Normani Dancing with a Stranger
    31 Kelly Clarkson Broken & Beautiful (From the Movie “UGLYDOLLS”)
    59 Chase Rice Eyes On You
    86 Gabby Barrett I Hope
    122 Camila Cabello Havana (feat. Young Thug)
    158 Scotty McCreery This Is It
    175 Khalid & Normani Love Lies
    226 Loren Allred Never Enough
    246 Why Don’t We & Macklemore I Don’t Belong in This Club
    261 Kane Brown What Ifs (feat. Lauren Alaina)
    265 Carrie Underwood Love Wins
    299 Calum Scott Dancing On My Own
    305 Danny Gokey Haven’t Seen It Yet
    348 James Arthur Say You Won’t Let Go
    378 Alejandro Sanz & Camila Cabello Mi Persona Favorita
    413 Lauren Alaina Ladies in the ’90s
    449 Calum Scott & Leona Lewis You Are the Reason (Duet Version)
    537 Keith Urban The Fighter (feat. Carrie Underwood)
    558 Calum Scott You Are the Reason
    591 Why Don’t We 8 Letters
    595 Pentatonix The Sound of Silence
    620 Kelly Clarkson Because of You
    778 Kelly Clarkson Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
    787 Camila Cabello Never Be the Same
    798 Carrie Underwood Before He Cheats
    809 Carrie Underwood The Champion (feat. Ludacris)
    814 Kelly Clarkson Never Enough
    842 Phillip Phillips Home
    857 Pentatonix Come Along
    912 Scotty McCreery Five More Minutes

    iTunes Albums Chart 4/1/19:
    16 Various Artists The Greatest Showman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
    47 Various Artists NOW That’s What I Call Music, Vol. 69
    88 Dan + Shay Dan + Shay
    120 Kelly Clarkson Meaning of Life
    128 Various Artists The Greatest Showman: Reimagined
    131 Michael Bublé love (Deluxe Edition)
    247 Various Artists The Greatest Showman: Reimagined (Deluxe)
    261 Why Don’t We 8 Letters
    274 Various Artists NOW That’s What I Call Country, Vol. 12
    292 Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty
    318 Kane Brown Kane Brown (Deluxe Edition)
    426 Harry Styles Harry Styles
    517 Calum Scott Only Human (Deluxe)
    537 Haley Reinhart Lo-Fi Soul
    588 Kelly Clarkson Greatest Hits – Chapter One
    656 Various Artists WOW Hits 2019 (Deluxe Edition)
    723 Pentatonix PTX, Vol. IV: Classics – EP
    828 Melanie Martinez Cry Baby (Deluxe Edition)
    888 Scotty McCreery Seasons Change
    897 Chase Rice Lambs & Lions
    905 Why Don’t We Why Don’t We Just – EP

  2. lol. It is an April Fool’s joke. Well done.
    I just looked it up. It’s not a current song. It’s the song he sang on Idol with the infamous mohawk hair.
    Excellent trolling.

  3. It’s interesting that the original Showman soundtrack has outsold the Reimagined version by orders of magnitude, but the radio singles are from the Reimagined album, likely due to the “star power”.

  4. I think it is the star power plus the slightly more radio friendly arrangements. The original versions have Broadway arrangements which don’t get a lot of radio airplay these days.

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