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By: Antoinette Coons

Thanks for visiting "song of the summer season" period, where music's biggest stars fight for the season's most significant pop hit. Up until now, 2016's top contenders consist of seasonal faves like Drake, Rihanna and Justin Timberlake, all names you would certainly expect to see topping the pop charts also have a look at for updates on beyonce latest singles and album?.

Yet missing out on from that listing is the artist that's probably influenced songs in 2016 the most: Beyoncé. While Lemonade remains to execute well on the graphes, its singles have not captured the exact same focus, absent from the top rate of Signboard's pop graphes.

" Lemonade might more be the album of the summertime," states Signboard associate director of charts/radio Gary Depend on, pointing out that while Sorry increased to No. 11 on the Hot 100 last week, with a new video debuting on YouTube, "there hasn't been the large pop struck solitary" off the album.

Sales numbers corroborate that declaration, with Sorry selling 499,000 copies and Formation being available in at 522,000, compared with One Dancing's 1.3 M sales as well as Cannot Stop The Feeling's 1.2 M according to Nielsen information as of June 21, with Lemonade's radio rotates additionally can be found in well behind Drake and Timberlake.

" [Lemonade] has actually remained to do very well," says David Bakula, Nielsen Entertainment's elderly vice president of analytics, citing the album's constant chart performance. "But I don't assume there's any kind of one tune on there that's standing apart.".

So why isn't really Beyoncé proceeding her 2016 dominance into the pop songs charts? Experts explain that as Beyoncé has actually changed from a charts-climbing pop artist into the prominent star she is today, she's proactively moved away from being a singles-oriented musician.
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