The ‘HOT 100’ has long been a darling of the entertainment industry.
It is a weekly ranking of the top 100 songs on the Web and has been viewed more than 500 million times on YouTube.
In addition to the Billboard 200, it’s also used to measure the best albums and songs in the music industry, among other things.
But according to data provided by the Recording Industry Association of America, “HOT” has been a relatively underwhelming performer in terms of sales.
Last year, Billboard calculated that “HOTS” sales totaled just $1.5 million.
The data showed that “TOP 10” had sales of $12.5m and “TOP 100” had $22.7m.
“HOTTEST 100” has a lower ranking than the two “Hottest 10” and “HITS” lists, which have been viewed over 2.5 billion times.
Billboard is the biggest music publisher in the United States, with a $4 billion annual revenue.
The site also includes charts and charts-related statistics that can help users make decisions about what to listen to and where to purchase it.
In its most recent quarterly earnings report, Billboard said that “the HOT 100” did well in the third quarter of 2015, with “TOP 20” leading the way.
But the charting service saw an increase in revenue for the fourth quarter, with $5.1m coming from streaming and $2.7 million from digital sales.
In a statement, Billboard attributed the higher revenue from streaming to “unexpected increases in the number of people using streaming services to listen and discover new music, as well as the continued growth of the Hot 100.”
According to the data from Nielsen SoundScan, “TOP 200” was viewed by 2.1 million people in the U.S. in the fourth week of the year.
The “TOP 50” reached 2.4 million listeners in the same period.
“TOP 1000” was watched by 1.6 million listeners.
And “Hits” was the most-viewed music in the top 500, according to Nielsen Soundscan, with 1.4m views.
The top “HATS” albums were “The Black Keys,” by The Black Keys, “The Beatles,” by George Harrison, “Green Day,” by Green Day, and “Green Light” by Pink Floyd.
“The Hottest 100” is also watched by a higher number of viewers, with 2.7M views, according the data.
And the top “TOP TEN” albums are “Barry Manilow,” by Bryan Adams, “Grateful Dead,” by Neil Young, “Jamaica” by Jimi Hendrix, and other albums from that era.
“MOTD” is the radio station of the week for the week ending June 20.
Billboard has long maintained a close relationship with the RIAA, with the service providing music and music-related advertising on its platforms.
The RIAa did not immediately respond to a request for comment.