Sony Music registers highest Top 40 airplay market share since 2017
Sony Music Entertainment has increased its Top 40 market share to a near two-year high.
The major label clocked in at 33.96% this week, its highest percentage of the bracket since November of 2017.
Sony will be also be pleased with the progress of singles from Miley Cyrus (‘Slide Away’, #15) and Cabello (‘Liar’, #28), with the latter holding three spots in the Top 30.
The result adds competition to the field, led by Universal Music Australia at 42.26%. UMA has regularly held more than 50% in 2019 and continues to set the pace.
EMI Music Australia and Warner Music Australia occupy 12.80% and 10.12% of the Top 40, respectively, as indie labels account for less than one percent.