Taylor Swift, Madonna & Drake New Music: Breaking Down the Big Week in Pop
On the brand new Billboard Pop Store Podcast, we focus on the newest releases from a trio of chart legends.
Music followers have been thrown right into a tizzy up to now week or so, with new releases from main superstars, together with Taylor Swift, Madonna and Drake. It’s an excellent time to be a purveyor of pop tunes!
On the brand new episode of the Billboard Pop Store Podcast (hear under), we focus on Taylor Swift’s new single and video “You Need to Calm Down” and our ideas on Madonna’s lately launched 14th studio album Madame X. Plus, we chat about how Drake is coming for Madonna’s long-standing document for essentially the most high 10 hits on the Billboard Sizzling 100 chart (38!), as he simply notched his 34th high 10 along with his featured activate Chris Brown’s “No Guidance.” Might the hip-hop titan declare a 35th and 36th high 10 subsequent week along with his two new tracks, “Omertà” and “Money in the Grave,” that includes Rick Ross?
As well as, we additionally dive into large chart information from the Jonas Brothers, because the pop trio’s new album Happiness Begins made a giant splash on the Billboard 200 chart. The set opened at No. 1 with the most important week for any album in 2019 — and the most important for a pop album for the reason that debut body of Swift’s status in 2017.
The Billboard Pop Store Podcast is your one-stop store for all issues pop on Billboard‘s weekly charts. You’ll be able to all the time rely on a full of life dialogue concerning the newest pop information, enjoyable chart stats and tales, new music, and visitor interviews with music stars and people from the world of pop. Informal pop followers and chart junkies can hear Billboard‘s senior director of charts Keith Caulfield and deputy editor, digital Katie Atkinson each week on the podcast, which may be streamed on Billboard.com or downloaded in Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast supplier. (Click on right here to take heed to the earlier version of the presenton Billboard.com.)