Billboard Music Awards 2020

With the 2020 Billboard Music Awards only days away, Billboard can uncover that Brandy has been added to the show’s forthcoming program of entertainers.

Taking to the BBMAs stage unexpectedly, the vocalist is scheduled to play out a triplet of tracks off her most recent collection B7, including fan-most loved single “Fringe,” “Nearly Doesn’t Count” and “No Tomorrow” highlighting Ty Dolla $ign.

The collection, which was delivered toward the finish of July, denotes Brandy’s hotly anticipated re-visitation of music after a long break – while she’s delivered various irregular tracks lately, the R&B legend’s last legitimate studio set was 2012’s Two Eleven.

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Moreover, Saint Jhn will likewise be appearing a fresh out of the box new track during the show in an extraordinary reward execution introduced by Xfinity. Named “Sucks to Be You,” the tune will be highlighted on the rising R&B star’s up and coming third studio set, which follows 2019’s Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs, and is accessible to watch on the Xfinity YouTube channel in front of the show.

The two specialists will join the reiteration of stars affirmed for the BBMAs stage, including BTS, Alicia Keys, Kane Brown, Doja Cat, Luke Combs, Bad Bunny, Demi Lovato and Garth Brooks – the last of whom will get the current year’s symbol grant during the service. Other recently declared entertainers incorporate Khalid, Sia, Post Malone, Swae Lee and a get-together by En Vogue.

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Facilitated by Kelly Clarkson, the 2020 Billboard Music Awards will happen Wednesday (Oct. 14) at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC, broadcasting live from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

 

Here’s a rundown of the most weeks at No. 1 for the Social 50 since its late 2010 inception:

Most Weeks at No. 1, Social 50
200, BTS
163, Justin Bieber
28, Taylor Swift
21, Miley Cyrus
21, Rihanna
18, Ariana Grande
11, Adele
11, Lady Gaga
11, Psy
8, One Direction

BTS has ruled the Social 50 every week since July 29, 2017.

 

The group has not relinquished No. 1 on the Social 50 since late July 2017.

BTS becomes the first act in the nearly decade-long history of Billboard’s Social 50 chart to lead for 200 weeks, ruling for its 200th frame on the list dated Oct. 17.

The Social 50 is powered by data tracked by music analytics company Next Big Sound and ranks the most popular artists on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Wikipedia. The chart’s methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers with artist page views and engagement. Its latest tracking period ended Oct. 8.

BTS reigns amid gains in many of its social media metrics, led by 19.8 mentions on Twitter (up 28%) and 6.3 million reactions to its tweets (a gain of 19%), according to Next Big Sound. BTS got a boost on social networks thanks to publicity generated by the release of a new remix for Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo’s “Savage Love,” on which BTS is featured, that was released at the beginning of the tracking week (Oct. 2).

As previously reported, BTS is at Nos. 1 and 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 dated Oct. 17, with “Savage Love” reigning, followed by BTS’ own “Dynamite.”

Here’s a rundown of the most weeks at No. 1 for the Social 50 since its late 2010 inception:

Jay-Z has been a piece of three of these 13 joint efforts. Woman Gaga has been a piece of two.

Savage Mode II by 21 Savage and Metro Boomin, which enters the Billboard 200 at No. 1 this week, is the thirteenth cooperative collection to arrive at No. 1 since that graph was presented in 1956. This term alludes to collections by craftsmen who don’t regularly cooperate.

Jay-Z has been a piece of three of these 13 joint efforts. Woman Gaga has been a piece of two. (Furthermore, when are these two exceptionally collective specialists going to collaborate?) The A Star Is Born establishment contributes two collections to this rundown; the one with Gaga was the latest community oriented No. 1 until this week.

(The Fine Print: We’re not including collabs of artists that embraced their very own gathering name, a definite sign that they’re moving past a collab into bunch an area. Perfect representation: Velvet Revolver.)

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21 Savage

Metro Boomin

Here’s a finished rundown of collabs that have topped the Billboard 200:

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Stan Getz/Charlie Byrd

Title: Jazz Samba

Arrived at No. 1: March 9, 1963 (multi week)

Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 hits: “Desafinado” (No. 15)

Notes: This is the main collab by two jazz specialists to arrive at No. 1. It’s the first of two instrumental collab collections to arrive at No. 1. “Desafinado” won a Grammy for best jazz execution – soloist or little gathering (instrumental). The collection was casted a ballot into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2010. This was the main No. 1 collection by either craftsman.

Diana Ross and the Supremes with The Temptations

Title: TCB

Arrived at No. 1: Feb. 8, 1969 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: none

Notes: This is the main joint effort by two gatherings to arrive at No. 1. It was the second collection length collab by Motown’s top gatherings of the 1960s. The primary, Diana Ross and the Supremes Join the Temptations, arrived at No. 2. TCB was the soundtrack to a TV extraordinary that broadcasted on NBC on Dec. 9, 1968. (The title, “TCB,” means “Getting it done,” a famous saying at that point.) This was the Supremes’ third No. 1 collection; the Temptations’ just No. 1.

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Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell

Title: Dueling Banjos

Arrived at No. 1: March 17, 1973 (three weeks)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Dueling Banjos” (No. 2)

Notes: This is the second of two instrumental collab collections to arrive at No. 1. “Dueling Banjos” was included in the hit Burt Reynolds film, Deliverance. It won a Grammy for best nation instrumental execution. This was the main No. 1 collection by either craftsman. Mandell never again made the Billboard 200. Weissberg returned only once, with a collection that topped at No. 196.

Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson

Title: A Star Is Born soundtrack

Arrived at No. 1: Feb. 12, 1977 (a month and a half)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Evergreen (Love Theme From A Star Is Born)” (No. 1)

Notes: This is the first of two film soundtrack collabs to arrive at No. 1. “Evergreen” won two Grammys—melody of the year and best pop vocal execution, female. It additionally won an Oscar for best unique melody. This was Streisand’s third No. 1 collection; Kristofferson’s just No. 1.

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John Lennon/Yoko Ono

Title: Double Fantasy

Arrived at No. 1: Dec. 27, 1980 (two months)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “(Just Like) Starting Over” (No. 1), “Lady” (No. 2), “Watching the Wheels” (No. 10)

Notes: This is the main collab by a wedded couple to arrive at No. 1, however it didn’t arrive at No. 1 until after Lennon’s homicide on Dec. 8, 1980. This remained No. 1 longer than some other cooperative collection. It’s likewise the main No. 1 shared collection to bring forth three top 10 hits on the Hot 100. Twofold Fantasy won a Grammy as collection of the year. This was the fifth collection length collab by Lennon and Ono, following Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins, Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With the Lions, Wedding Album and Sometime in New York City. This was Lennon’s third No. 1 collection as an independent craftsman; Ono’s just No. 1.

Nas Escobar,Foxy Brown, AZ and Nature

Title: The Firm – The Album

Arrived at No. 1: Nov. 8, 1997 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: none

Notes: This was the primary hip-bounce collab to arrive at No. 1. It was likewise the main coordinated effort to enter the Billboard 200 at No. 1. This was the second No. 1 collection for Nas (who passed by Nas Escobar on this collection), the first for Foxy Brown, and the just one for AZ and Nature.

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R. Kelly and Jay-Z

Title: Unfinished Business

Arrived at No. 1: Nov. 13, 2004 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: none

Notes: The Best of Both Worlds, the first collab collection by the two stars, topped at No. 2 out of 2002. This was R. Kelly’s fourth No. 1 collection; Jay-Z’s seventh.

Jay-Z/Linkin Park

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Arrived at No. 1: Dec. 18, 2004 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Numb/Encore” (No. 20)

Notes: This collab was enlivened by a brief MTV arrangement, MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups. “Numb/Encore” won a Grammy for best rap/sung cooperation. This type connecting collab was Jay-Z’s eighth No. 1 collection; Linkin Park’s second.

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Jay-Z and Kanye West

Title: Watch the Throne

Arrived at No. 1: Aug. 27, 2011 (fourteen days)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Otis” (which gave an included credit to the late Otis Redding, No. 12), “Ni**as in Paris” (No. 5)

Notes: Three tracks from this collection won an aggregate of four Grammys. “Ni**as in Paris” won best rap execution and best rap melody. “No Church in the Wild” (which included Frank Ocean and The Dream) won best rap/sung coordinated effort. Otis” won best rap execution the earlier year. This was Jay-Z’s twelfth No. 1 collection; West’s fifth.

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Title: Cheek to Cheek

Arrived at No. 1: Oct. 11, 2014 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: none

Notes: The two vocalists originally joined to sing Rodgers and Hart’s “The Lady Is a Tramp,” the initial track on Bennett’s 2011 collection, Duets II. Both of these collections won Grammys for best conventional pop vocal collection. This was Bennett’s second No. 1 collection; Gaga’s third.

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Drake and Future

Title: What a Time to Be Alive

Arrived at No. 1: Oct. 10, 2015 (multi week)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Jumpman” (No. 12)

Notes: This was Drake’s fifth No. 1 collection; Future’s second.

Woman Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Title: A Star Is Born (soundtrack)

Arrived at No. 1: Oct. 20, 2018 (a month, non-successive)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Shallow” (No. 1)

Notes: This is the main community collection to re-visitation of No. 1 subsequent to clearing the top position. It went through its initial three weeks at No. 1 and gotten back to the best position following the Academy Awards, where “Shallow” won best unique melody. It’s the second film soundtrack collab to arrive at No. 1. The collection won a Grammy for best assemblage soundtrack for visual media. Two tracks from the collection likewise won Grammys. “Shallow” won best pop couple/bunch execution and best melody composed for visual media. “I’ll Never Love Again” won in the last class the next year. This was Gaga’s fifth No. 1 collection; Cooper’s just No. 1.

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21 Savage and Metro Boomin

Title: Savage Mode II

Arrived at No. 1: Oct. 17, 2020 (multi week up until this point)

Top 20 Hot 100 hits: “Runnin” (No. 9), “Mr. At the present time” (including Drake, No. 10), “Glock in My Lap” (No. 19)

Notes: This is the rappers’ third collab. Their first, Savage Mode, arrived at No. 44 of every 2016. Their second, Without Warning (which likewise included Offset) hit No. 4 out of 2017. This is the second No. 1 collection for the two specialists.

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