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J. Cole's "Middle Child" Is 5th Most-Consumed Song of 2019—So Far

Only Ariana Grande, Post Malone, and Lil Nas X have had more popular songs this year.

J. Cole's single "Middle Child," released on January 23, is the fifth most-consumed song of 2019, as of May 10, according to HDD.

To date, "Middle Child," produced by T-Minus, has generated 142,000 sales and 312,151,000 streams, which combined equal 2,310,000 equivalent sales. 

On April 12, "Middle Child" was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA. The song peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.



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Songs by Ariana Grande ("7 Rings"), Post Malone ("Sunflower" and "WOW."), and Lil Nas X ("Old Town Road") make up the rest of the top five. 

To review the entire top 50 list, head over to HDD.


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