But neither Sheeran nor Swift released an album in ; does this ranking truly represent music culture? But each of these platforms skews towards a specific audience—imagine a ranking based purely on CD sales! Billboard built a complex equation to deal with this, but a small tweak in sources or weighting would change who the world considers its biggest star. When historians look back on , they should report on those who performed to the largest audiences on the largest tours. For some artists, their stream counts were released too. YouTube is a better proxy of popularity. Britney Spears.
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After his yard touchdown run, Ravens rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson broke out the popular rapper's dance move in the end zone. Second-year wide receiver Jaleel Scott talks about his long road to the NFL after seeming securing his spot. Running back De'Lance gets a push from his offensive linemen to give the Ravens a big fourth-quarter lead. Veteran safety Brynden Trawick shows he's more than just a special teams ace with a fourth quarter interception. In , undrafted defensive tackle Michael Pierce solidified his spot on the roster in the fourth preseason game. Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley scored three touchdowns in the first half, including against the Eagles' starters. Rookie wide receiver Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown said it was an emotional pregame knowing he was going to play his first game. Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley said the ending to Monday's joint practice factored into his mentality heading into the preseason game. Rookie first-round receiver Marquise Brown hauled in a 7-yard catch on the Ravens' first offensive play. Head Coach John Harbaugh talks about what has gone into the Ravens' game preseason winning streak.
You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Kodak Black's Dance refers to a clip of rapper Kodak Black dancing in the studio to what was then an unreleased demo of his song "Zeze. On September 5th, , Kodak Black uploaded clips of himself and others dancing to the beat for "Zeze. After the clip was released, it appeared in remixes where it was paired with various captions.
Just a few weeks after being released from jail, Kodak Black is back in the studio and may have a high-profile collaboration in the works. After posting a clip of himself vibing to a beat on Thursday Sept. In the clip, the two can be seen dancing to the same beat Kodak originally posted, which is a bass-thumping instrumental with steel drums sprinkled throughout. In another video, it appears producer Metro Boomin is in the studio with Kodak and La Flame, although it's difficult to make out if it's actually him.