Posted by Ars Technic on May 10, 2019 02:04:55This is a big topic, and it’s often a source of confusion when it comes to charting your iTunes sales.
First, let’s go over what the iTunes charts actually look like.
If you’re not familiar with the charts, here’s a quick rundown of the major ones:The Top Chart is where you’ll see all of your most popular iTunes songs on the right, while the Bottom Chart shows which songs are the lowest-selling.
The “other” chart, which is not actually a chart, shows which other songs are selling at or near the top of the charts.
For the chart to work, the artist has to be on the chart at least once.
That means that in the case of Drake, there have to be at least four tracks on the Top Chart that are on the bottom of the chart.
The Top chart is where most people see their song.
The bottom chart shows the average sales per track, and the “Other” chart shows which tracks have not yet been featured in the Top chart.
Finally, the “Top Chart” also shows the iTunes ranking for the week, and what each song in that chart sells for, if any.
For a detailed explanation of each chart, check out the iTunes Charting FAQ.