How Music Charts

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Summary

This week, we're diving into Data Scientist Josh Hayes’ comparative analysis of major label vs. non-major label chart performance. Which record labels, major or non-major, had the most chart-topping tracks?

Show Notes

We're launching something new: stories from our blog … in audio format. We’ll still be bringing you our conversations with music industry professionals every month, but between those conversations, we’ll be sprinkling in important music data stories from our blog that you might have missed or haven’t had the time to sit down and read.

This week, we're diving into Data Scientist Josh Hayes’ comparative analysis of major label vs. non-major label chart performance around the world: https://blog.chartmetric.com/state-of-the-industry-major-label-vs-non-major-label-performance-across-regions/

Follow along with Josh's original piece, which is full of pretty charts and graphs, and subscribe to our blog for more.

How Music Charts is a podcast by Chartmetric that explores the dance between interpreting data and making creative decisions in the music business every day.

What is How Music Charts?

Welcome to How Music Charts, where we bring you interviews and analysis from music industry professionals bridging data and creativity in the music business every day. Feel free to email us (social@chartmetric.com), say hi on our socials (@chartmetric), and dive deeper into music and data on our blog (blog.chartmetric.com). Free accounts are available at chartmetric.com!