Billboard Global 200

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The Billboard Global 200 is a weekly record chart published by Billboard magazine. The chart ranks the top songs globally and is based on digital sales and online streaming from over 200 territories worldwide. It officially launched in September 2020, although the chart was first announced in mid-2019.

The first number-one song for the chart dated September 19, 2020, was "WAP" by Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion.[1] The current number-one as of the chart dated January 29, 2022, is "ABCDEFU" by Gayle.[2]

ConceptionEdit

Billboard had been working on the idea of a global chart for over two years prior to its launch.[3] The chart was first announced on May 6, 2019, then envisioned as the "Global 100" and it was to launch later that year.[4] The motivation for the chart's conception was "to expose people to music from multiple territories and in time", to provide "overdue exposure and recognition for acts from international markets". With the chart's official announcement on September 14, 2020, Billboard described it as "the first authoritative charts ranking the top songs globally", and stated that basing the chart on worldwide streams and download sales, "will give an accurate glimpse into the most popular songs on the planet".[3]

Establishing a global chart was dependent on the availability of the data, as well as having the various streaming and digital retail services "willing to participate and provide data"; Billboard considered this "not an easy task" and the reason why it took so long to launch a global chart.[5]

"As the steward of the definitive industry charts, we're thrilled to unveil out our global charts which give the industry insights into the most powerful artists worldwide, what songs have an international impact, as well as what songs may start trending outside of the United States". – MRC Data and MRC Media & Info president Deanna Brown.[3]

The chart officially premiered on Billboard's website on September 15, 2020, for the chart week dated September 19, 2020.[1] The first number-one song on the chart was "WAP" by Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion.[1]

CompilationEdit

 
South Korean boy band BTS has achieved six number-one songs on the Global 200 chart, more than any other act

The chart methodology includes sales and streaming data from more than 200 territories. Positions are measured on a weighted formula which incorporates official streams from both subscription and ad-supported levels of top digital platforms, including both audio and video music services, and download sales from top music retailers from around the world, with sales from direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites excluded.[6] Streams are "weighted" through paid subscriptions holding more weight than streams from free subscriptions.[7] On the question about the increasing prevalence of fake streams that call into question whether consumers can trust the information on music streaming platforms, Billboard explained that they "have worked closely with our data providers to implement various audit guidelines to limit any significant effect of manufactured streams. In addition, each data provider has their own safeguards in place to recognize fraudulent behavior and catch it before it gets to their data partners, including Billboard and MRC Data".[5]
Unlike the US-based Billboard Hot 100, the Global 200 does not have a "recurrent" rule, therefore allowing songs from any period in music history to chart. The recurrent rule on the Hot 100 indicates that descending songs are removed once they fall below number 25 after 52 weeks, or once below number 50 after 20 weeks.[8] The chart does not factor in any form of radio airplay, as, according to MRC Data, "The focus was on metrics that could be systematically measured in each country", considering how "unlike streaming and download sales, radio is not reliably measured at this time [2020] in many territories and, even if tracked, is not done consistently from country to country".[7] As such, the chart has been noted for being similar to the Rolling Stone Top 100, which, although it is a US song chart, also only incorporates sales and streams in their chart formula.[7][dubious ]

The chart follows a "unique, revenue-reflective" methodology reflecting the global market.
The official chart methodology is as follows:

  • One track sale = 200 premium streams = 900 ad-supported
  • The ad-supported to premium stream ratio is 4.5 to 1

Each ranking is based on stream equivalent units using the following formula: (Tracks * 200) + premium streams + (ad-supported streams / 4.5)[5]

The chart follows a Friday–Thursday tracking week.[3] It is compiled by MRC Data/Nielsen Music through their Music Connect product, a recently launched music measurement and analytics platform, and is published every Tuesday on Billboard.com.[1][9]

Billboard Global Excl. U.S.Edit

Along with the Global 200, Billboard launched another, similar chart: the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart. This chart follows the same formula as the Global 200, except, as the name suggests, it covers all territories excluding the US.[3] Billboard stated their reasoning for having two charts: "One of the goals for this project was to expose people to music from multiple territories. So having each chart go 200 titles deep and also presenting a view of titles excluding U.S. influence was of great importance to us".[5] The first number-one song for the chart dated September 19, 2020, was "Hawái" by Maluma.[1]

List of number-one songsEdit

Song milestonesEdit

Most weeks at number one on the Global 200Edit

Number of
weeks
Artist(s) Song Year(s) Ref.
11 The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber "Stay" 2021 [10]
8 Olivia Rodrigo "Drivers License" [11]
Mariah Carey "All I Want for Christmas Is You" 2020-21-22 [12]
6 Olivia Rodrigo "Good 4 U" 2021 [13]
Adele "Easy on Me" [14]
5 Lil Nas X "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)" 2021 [15]

Most weeks at number one on the Global 200 Excl. U.S.Edit

Number of
weeks
Artist(s) Song Year(s) Ref.
9 Olivia Rodrigo "Drivers License" 2021 [16]
The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber "Stay" [10]
8 BTS "Dynamite" 2020-21 [17]
7 Adele "Easy on Me" 2021 [18]
5 Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez "Dákiti" 2020 [19]
Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar and Giveon "Peaches" 2021 [20]
BTS "Butter" [21]
Ed Sheeran "Bad Habits" [22]
4 Lil Nas X "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)" [23]
Mariah Carey "All I Want For Christmas Is You" [12]

Artist achievementsEdit

Most number-one singlesEdit

Total songs Artist Ref.
6 BTS [24]
2 Ariana Grande [25]
Olivia Rodrigo [23]
Justin Bieber [26]

Most weeks at number oneEdit

Total weeks Artist
14 Olivia Rodrigo
13 Justin Bieber
11 The Kid Laroi
10 BTS
8 Mariah Carey

Most top ten entriesEdit

Number of
singles
Artist Ref.
13 Drake [27]
8 BTS [28]
7 Justin Bieber [29]
The Weeknd [30]

Most total entriesEdit

Entries Artist Source
69 Taylor Swift [31]
42 Drake [32]
39 Lil Durk [33]
36 The Weeknd [34]
35 Lil Baby [35]

Most single-week entriesEdit

Entries Artist Date Source
31 Taylor Swift November 27, 2021 [36]
24 The Weeknd January 22, 2022 [36]
23 Kanye West September 11, 2021 [36]
22 Drake September 18, 2021 [36]
21 Drake September 25, 2021 [36]

Most number-one singles on the Global 200 Excl. U.S.Edit

Total songs Artist Ref.
5 BTS [37]
2 Justin Bieber [38]

Most weeks at number one on the Global 200 Excl. U.S.Edit

Total weeks Artist
16 BTS
14 Justin Bieber
9 Olivia Rodrigo
The Kid Laroi
7 Adele
5 Bad Bunny
Jhay Cortez
Daniel Caesar
Giveon
Ed Sheeran

Most top ten entries on the Global 200 Excl. U.S.Edit

Number of
singles
Artist Ref.
7 BTS [39]
Justin Bieber [40]
5 The Weeknd [41]
4 Ariana Grande [42]
Bad Bunny [43]
Ed Sheeran [44]
3 Billie Eilish [45]
Doja Cat [46]
Drake [47]
Olivia Rodrigo [48]

Most total entries on the Global 200 Excl. U.S.Edit

Entries Artist Source
50 Taylor Swift [49]
35 Drake [50]
32 The Weeknd [51]
27 Justin Bieber [52]
24 Ariana Grande [53]
Bad Bunny [54]
Ed Sheeran [55]

Simultaneously topping Global 200, Global 200 Excl. U.S. and Hot 100Edit

Chart history
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref(s).
October 3, 2020 "Dynamite" BTS [56][57]
November 7, 2020 "Positions" Ariana Grande [58]
December 5, 2020 "Life Goes On" BTS [59][60]
January 2, 2021 "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Mariah Carey [61][62]
January 23, 2021 "Drivers License" Olivia Rodrigo [63]
January 30, 2021 [64][65]
February 6, 2021 [66][67]
February 13, 2021 [68][69]
February 20, 2021 [70][71]
February 27, 2021 [72][73]
March 6, 2021 [74][75]
March 13, 2021 [11][76]
April 3, 2021 "Peaches" Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar
and Giveon
[77][78]
June 5, 2021 "Butter" BTS [79][80]
June 12, 2021 [81][82]
July 24, 2021 "Permission to Dance" [83][84]
August 21, 2021 "Stay" The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber [85][86]
August 28, 2021 [87][88]
September 4, 2021 [89][90]
September 25, 2021 [91][92]
October 2, 2021 [93][94]
October 9, 2021 "My Universe" Coldplay and BTS [24][95]
October 16, 2021 "Stay" The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber [96][97]
October 30, 2021 "Easy on Me" Adele [98][99]
November 6, 2021 [100][101]
November 13, 2021 [102][103]
November 20, 2021 [104][105]
November 27, 2021 "All Too Well (Taylor's Version)" Taylor Swift [106][107]
December 4, 2021 "Easy on Me" Adele [108][109]
December 11, 2021 [14][110]
December 25, 2021 "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Mariah Carey [111][112]
January 1, 2022 [113][114]
January 8, 2022 [12][115]
  • BTS is the first act to top the Global 200, Global 200 Excl. U.S. and Hot 100 charts simultaneously. Ariana Grande is the first female artist to achieve this feat. Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar and Giveon are the first male soloists to do so.
  • BTS and Justin Bieber are the only artists to top all three charts simultaneously with two or more songs.

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