A recent report on the “world’s biggest music festival” has some pretty impressive stats: over 500,000 attendees, over a million views on YouTube, 1.3 million YouTube videos, more than 2.5 million Instagram followers, and more than a million tweets.
This year, we’re looking at a bigger picture.
We’re also looking at some of the biggest pop artists, as well as some of their biggest fans.
So what’s the most popular music festival in the world right now?
In honor of its 20th anniversary, here’s our look at the most recent Billboard 200, Billboard 200 Chart, Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Top Albums, and Billboard Top Streaming Songs chart entries, respectively.
The Top 100 has seen more than 60 albums reach the top 100 since it was first charted in 1989.
Billboard’s charting system tracks all albums released in the U.S. in a particular year, but it also includes digital downloads, radio airplay, and streaming-only releases.
That means a track can be counted on Billboard’s list as a pop song even if it’s not on any of the major streaming services.
Here’s a look at some other charts that are interesting to us: The Billboard 200 chart, which tracks the most tracks in a week, has seen its popularity explode since it first became charted.
In the past year, it has doubled in size, with some of its biggest hits becoming some of Billboard’s biggest hits.
For more information on how the charting works, click here.
In 2017, the top 25 songs in the Billboard Hot 200 chart (as measured by Nielsen Music) were all from the top 10 albums of 2017, including one song from Katy Perry.
The top 100 songs on the Billboard 200 peaked in 2017 with 21,959,000 in total sales.
That’s more than the sales of the next five biggest albums.
This is the year that Taylor Swift’s 1989 peaked at No. 2 on the charts, the year Beyonce’s Lemonade topped the Hot 100 for the first time, and Katy Perry’s Dangerous Woman peaked at number three on the list.
The list of the 10 hottest albums in 2017 is the most-streamed of all time.
More:The Top 100 is broken down by country.
The chart’s top 10 are divided into five groups: country, rap, pop, R&b/hip-hop, and alternative.
Rap has had a big year in 2017.
Country artists have been performing at the top of the charts for a while.
In 2018, country was the most searched term in the country chart, according to the Billboard Blog, with the top-earning songs being the likes of Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, Justin Timber, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and The Weeknd.
The next biggest search term is R&r, and it’s up nearly 30 percent from 2017.
The genre of pop is also booming in 2018.
The Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart ranks the top ten songs from each of the Billboard 500 charts, and the top 50 are broken down into four categories: Top Pop, Top R&B, Top Country, and Top Rap.
Pop songs have made up most of the pop chart since 2009.
In that year, country’s Pop Songs reign came to an end, and country artists returned to the top spot.
R&l Songs peaked at 5th place in 2018, and Country Songs peaked with 9th place.
In addition to the country and R&t charts, we also list the top 20 albums of the year.
More on the Top 10:The Billboard 200 is charted using the following format: 200 = most recent issue (as of 2/26/18) + Hot 100 = most-shipped week (as reported by Nielsen) + Top 40 = most viewed song (as estimated by SoundScan) -C = songs in top 40 weekly rotation