When it comes to the latest music trends and trends in music, Amazon Music and Spotify dominate the charts
The Billboard 200 is a weekly list of the most popular albums, albums that are in the top 50 most-played songs in the U.S. on Spotify and Apple Music.
Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming services have their own rankings.
This week’s chart shows the most-watched albums in the United States on Spotify, which was up 14 percent from last week, and the most played songs in each of Spotify’s five biggest markets.
In addition to the top-selling album in each market, Amazon also ranks first in the digital album chart, with a 13.9 percent share, behind No. 3 Spotify.
It’s No. 2 on the digital streaming service’s charts, behind the most streamed album, which is No. 1.
Spotify’s new Spotify Premium service, which costs $9.99 per month, is also up 15 percent from a year ago, according to Nielsen Music.
The chart also shows Amazon’s music market share in the country: More than a third of the U,S.
population now streams music.
Amazon Music’s market share was up 17 percent, to 6.3 percent, from the previous week, while Apple Music’s share was down 10 percent to 3.3 million.
Spotify is in first place for both music and movies.
Amazon’s Music Business division led the way with more than one-third of the sales in the $1.1 billion streaming business, according for the most recent week.
Streaming has grown 10 percent this year.
Spotify continues to lead for artists and artists’ managers, with more revenue coming from their own sales than from streaming, the data shows.
Spotify has more than 20 million paying subscribers, according the data.
Amazon has a market share of 1.3 percentage points ahead of Apple Music, according Nielsen Music, though it was down 3 percent from the week before.