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Cardi B Tops Billboard’s Brand-New Global Songs Chart

September 16 (Bloomberg) -- For more than six decades, musicians have competed with one another to reach the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 songs chart. The competition is about to get a lot more intense. Billboard magazine will release a largely streaming-based tally of the most popular songs in the world Monday, the first time the publication has compiled a list...

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