For the second consecutive quarter, Sony Music Publishing and Common Music Publishing Group cut up the highest honors within the writer’s rankings. Sony topped the High Radio Airplay class with a greater than seven proportion level lead over No. 2 UMPG, whereas the reverse occurred within the Sizzling 100 Rating: UMPG squeaked to a No. 1 end, surpassing Sony by shut to at least one proportion level.
That is every writer’s second quarter in a row atop these classes.
Harry Styles‘ “As It Was” was the No. 1 track on the Sizzling 100 for the second quarter in a row and held regular because the No. 2 track on High Radio Airplay for a similar interval. Lizzo‘s “About Rattling Time” completed first on High Radio Airplay and No. 2 on Sizzling 100 Songs, and was the highest track for every of the large three publishers in all however one class. Third-quarter prime 10 publishers with a stake in “As It Was” are UMPG and Pulse, whereas UMPG, Sony and Warner Chappell Music every have a share in “About Rattling Time.”
Kate Bush‘s Stranger Issues-fueled resurgence continued as her Sony-published “Operating Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” completed No. 3 on Sizzling 100 Songs, No. 7 on High Radio Airplay, and since she is the observe’s sole songwriter, established her as the highest Sizzling 100 songwriter of the quarter.
Types and his essential co-writer Kid Harpoon (born Thomas Edward Percy Hull) took prime songwriter honors within the Radio Airplay class for authoring “As It Was” and their credit as two of the three songwriters of one other High 10 Radio Airplay hit, “Late Night time Speaking.”
In High Radio Airplay, Sony improved its business main market share by greater than 5 proportion factors over its 25.62% second-quarter exhibiting, although its track rely fell barely from 64 to 63 tracks. Lizzo’s “About Rattling Time” was Sony’s prime track on each the Sizzling 100 and Radio Airplay charts.
No. 2 UMPG’s Radio Airplay market share additionally grew greater than 1.5 proportion factors quarter-to-quarter and elevating its track placements from 54 to 56. Whereas “About Rattling Time” was additionally UMPG’s prime observe on the High Radio Airplay chart, Types’ “As It Was” was its No. 1 observe within the Sizzling 100.
UMPG held on to its No. 1 Sizzling 100 Songs rating for a second quarter, although its market share was down half a proportion level from its second-quarter 31.25% market, and its track rely fell from 67 to 60.
Because it did with its Radio Airplay exhibiting, Sony elevated its market share by barely greater than 5 proportion factors over its 24.69% second-quarter market share. Its track rely additionally rose from 62 to 64.
Warner Chappell, Kobalt and BMG, respectively ranked No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 on each the High Radio Airplay and the Sizzling 100 writer rankings — an order that has remained for seven consecutive quarters within the Sizzling 100 rankings and two in a row for High Radio Airplay.
In Radio Airplay, Warner Chappell’s market share dropped barely greater than two proportion factors from final quarter, and its track rely from 54 to 48. However the writer improved its Sizzling 100 market share by a couple of level over the second quarter’s 14.66%, regardless of its track rely dropping from 53 to 49. Warner Chappell’s prime track on each charts was “About Rattling Time.” Warner Chappell Nashville additionally gave up its standing because the No. 1 nation music writer for 22 consecutive quarters. It slipped to No. 2 behind Sony.
Kobalt held on to No. 4 in each rankings, regardless of shedding market share. For High Radio Airplay it fell from 14.945% to 13.21% quarter to quarter. For the Sizzling 100, it dropped greater than three proportion factors from 11.97% to eight.60%. Likewise, its track rely is down for the Sizzling 100 chart from 53 to 49 whereas holding regular at 43 for the High Radio Airplay chart. Jack Harlow‘s “First Class,” which was No. 4, was its prime Airplay track whereas Steve Lacy‘s “Unhealthy Behavior” at No. 5 is its prime Sizzling 100 track.
BMG additionally noticed market share declines in each rankings, falling to three.12% from 4.48% within the second quarter for the High Radio Airplay chart; and to 2.17% from 3.58% for the Sizzling 100 chart. Its prime track on each charts was Harlow’s “First Class,” which was the No. 7 track on the Sizzling 100.
Within the second half of the rankings, Hipgnosis and Pulse Music Group held regular in the No. 6 and No. 7 spots, respectively, for the fourth straight quarter on the High Radio Airplay rankings, and traded locations within the Sizzling 100 from the second quarter.
Whereas Hipgnosis managed to carry onto its sixth place rating within the High Radio Airplay chart, its market share fell to 1.77% from 2.65% within the second quarter. Within the Sizzling 100, it fell to 2.01% from 2.76% in second quarter, which led to the writer falling from No. 6 to No. 7. Glass Animals‘ “Heatwave” was its prime track in each charts and completed No. 12 on each.
Pulse Music additionally dropped market share, falling to a 2.07% share within the Sizzling 100 from 2.76% in the second quarter however nonetheless went up one spot within the rankings to No. 6.; whereas over within the High Radio Airplay rankings its tally fell to 1.6% from 2% within the second quarter. Its prime track was Types’ “As It Was.”
On the Radio Airplay chart, three publishers got here near tying: Pulse’s 1.607% was intently adopted by No. 8 Harmony with 1.597% and No. 9 Downtown at 1.593%. Spherical Hill Music rounded out the rankings with 1.05%. For the Sizzling 100, the identical three publishers held down the final three spots albeit in several positions with Spherical Hill at No. 8 Harmony at No. 9 and Downtown at No. 10.