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Taylor Swift’s ‘Exile’ Rules Top TV Songs Chart Thanks to ‘You’ – Billboard

Taylor Swift’s “Exile,” that includes Bon Iver, reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s Prime TV Songs chart, introduced by Tunefind, for October 2021 after being heard in an episode of Netflix’s You.

Rankings for the Prime TV Songs chart are primarily based on music and present knowledge offered by Tunefind and ranked utilizing a system mixing that knowledge with gross sales and streaming info tracked by MRC Information through the corresponding interval of October 2021.

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“Exile,” a prime 10 for Swift on the Grownup Various Airplay chart in November 2020, crowns Prime TV Songs after its look within the season 3 finale of You, launched alongside the total season on Oct. 15.

In October 2020, the music obtained 11.6 million U.S. on-demand streams and was downloaded 3,000 occasions, in response to MRC Information. On account of its You function, it’s returned to the Various Digital Track Gross sales chart for the reason that Oct. 30 tally, rising as excessive as No. 12 (Nov. 20).

“Exile” is certainly one of three You songs on the October survey, joined by Lord Huron and Allison Ponthier’s “I Lied” (No. 4; 2 million streams, 1,000 downloads) and Lorde’s “Supercut” (No. 7; 1.9 million streams).

See the total prime 10, that includes songs from Ted Lasso, The Resident, Gray’s Anatomy, Maid, Station 19, One other Life and Locke & Key along with the three You entries, beneath.

Rank, Title, Artist, Present (Community)
1. “Exile,” Taylor Swift feat. Bon Iver, You (Netflix)
2. “Karma Police,” Radiohead, Ted Lasso (Apple+)
3. “Iris,” Valerie Broussard, The Resident (FOX)
4. “I Lied,” Lord Huron & Allison Ponthier, You (Netflix)
5. “Brighter Days,” Blessing Offor, Gray’s Anatomy (ABC)
6. “Eye for An Eye,” Mags Duval, Maid (Netflix)
7. “Supercut,” Lorde, You (Netflix)
8. “All This Love,” Ruby Amanfu, Station 19 (ABC)
9. “I Guess You Get What’s Coming,” Cody Crump, One other Life (Netflix)
10. “Will It Ever Be the Identical,” Younger Summer season, Locke & Key (Netflix)

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