Billboard made a significant change in how they calculate their Hot 100 chart this week by adding YouTube streaming data to their method of determining chart placement. As a result, Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” is the first song to benefit from the change, debuting at No. 1, which is great for “Harlem Shake” but sucks for all these other songs that had videos everyone watched before Billboard cared.
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