Top 10 iTunes Hit Songs of the First Half of 2019

Posted by Nick Orin on Jun 21, 2019 3:45 PM.
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Are you ready for the charts of the top 10 hottest songs on iTunes 2019 in the first half of 2019? Most of them are Pop and Country songs. We list out the price for the single and the album. Normally, a single on iTunes is at the price of $1.29 and an album is around $9.99- $11.99. The charts on iTunes are quite convincing since people pay for the music. Now, let's uncover the charts.

#10 Beer Never Broke My Heart - Luke Combs

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Album: The Prequel – EP

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $6.45

There's one thing will never let us down – beer. As the opening track to this five-song EP, "Beer Never Broke My Heart" offers a frothy consolation—and provides a good example of the Nashville singer's sense of humor. The song was first openly played at one of Luke's concerts in January last year. Fans like it so much so Luke's released the studio version. Five days after the release, the single receive over three million streams on Spotify.

#9 The Git Up

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Singer: Blanco Brown

Genre: Country

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

"The Git Up" is the first release as a solo artist though he is far from a newcomer. This song is not the Country music that we used to. While the song has elements of country, trap and urban influences, "The Git Up" is listed under country on iTunes and has already been added to Spotify's Wild Country playlist.

#8 Truth Hurts - Lizzo

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Album: Cuz I Love You (Deluxe)

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $9.99

Lizzo, a fearless pop star with powerhouse pipes, a razor-sharp wit, and a tireless commitment to self-love, has an early gift for music. Interestingly, "Truth Hurts" was released in 2 years ago and didn't chart at the time of its release but suddenly saw an increase in popularity recently after being featured in the Netflix film Someone Great in 2019, boosted by the release of Lizzo's third studio album Cuz I Love You the same week.

#7 God's Country

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Singer: Blake Shelton

Genre: Country

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

The latest single from Blake Shelton is described as a southern rock anthem. Shelton himself was blown away by the song when he first heard it. "God's Country" is a song that has a strong and deep meaningful lyric, but at the same time it leaves it up to listeners' interpretation. Shelton performed the song at the 54th Academy of Country Music Award.

#6 Sucker - Jonas Brothers

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Genre: Pop

Album: Happiness Begins

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $10.99

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

Kevin said that the song "Sucker" is writing about Ricky Bobby and his journey to be the best drag race car driver in the world. Jonas Brothers never expect that the song will become one of the group's representatives. The song released on March 1, 2019, and has reached No.1 in Australia, Canada, Latvia, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Slovakia, and the United States.

#5 bad guy - Billie Eilish

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Genre: Alternative

Album: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $9.99

The song "bad guy" (stylized in all lowercase) is the fifth single from Billie Eilish's debut studio album. The song peaked atop the charts in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Norway, and at number two in Ireland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States, making it her highest charting single to date. The song was described as a "low-key banger" and some critic called the track a "glitchy, twitchy pop anthem and an immediate artistic statement stolen from Dalsoobin's Katchup".

#4 I Don't Care - Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber

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Album: No.6 Collaborations Project

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $11.99 (Pre-Order)

iTunes Purchas Price for the Song: $1.29

As the first single of Ed Sheeran's album No. 6 Collaborations Project, "I Don't Care," featuring Justin Bieber, peaked at the top of the UK Singles Chart. Outside the United Kingdom, the single topped the charts in more than 16 countries and get in top 10 in Belgium, Bieber's native Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, and the United States. Back in 2011, an unsigned, unknown Ed Sheeran released his fifth EP, No. 5 Collaborations Project. Eight years, four Grammys, and hundreds of thousands of shrieking fans later, Ed Sheeran is dropping a follow-up full-length, No. 6 Collaborations Project, which shows just how far he's come.

Related: "I Don't Care" Free Download MP3

#3 Greenlight (From "Songland")

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Singer: Jonas Brothers

Genre: Pop

iTunes Purchas Price for the song: $1.29

This week, Jonas Brothers' pick "Greenlight" went all the way to #1 on US iTunes sales Chart, once seized the throne from Taylor Swift's "You Need To Calm Down," which had ruled since the release of the video Monday morning. The song is a stunning, incredibly romantic track about the wonderful things you get to do with the person you love - but only when you know they're the one.

#2 Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus) [Remix]

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Singer: Li Nas X

Genre: Country

iTunes Purchas Price for the song: $1.29

"Old Town Road" was initially released on December 2018 and went viral on the video-sharing app Tik-Tok. As a result, Lil Nas X was signed to Columbia Records, which now distributes the single. Lil Nas X showcases a rumbling yet buttery vocal delivery and pairs it with cheeky lyrics that play into the tropes of contemporary hip-hop. In March 2019, the song reached number 19 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart but later sparked a debate on the definition of the genre.

#1 You Need To Calm Down - Taylor Swift

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Album: Lover

iTunes Purchas Price for the Album: $11.99 (Pre-Order)

iTunes Purchas Price for the song: $1.29

"You Need To Calm Down" is the second single of Taylor Swift's forthcoming seventh album, Lover. The song received mixed reviews from music critics. After years of keeping her political views private, Taylor Swift is standing up and speaking out. The song follows a series of public appearances and social media posts in which the superstar—clad in Pride-ready rainbow and fringe—implores her senators to support the Equality Act and protect LGBTQ+ rights.

Related: How to Free Download Taylor Swift New Song "ME!" MP3


iTunes or Apple Music, That is A Question

These are basically the most popular songs for 2019 and they are all available on Apple Music. Apple Music offers a 3-month free trial with 50 million songs. With the rising of the streaming services, more and more people choose to subscribe to Apple Music instead of purchasing an album on iTunes. Streaming music on Apple Music can save you a lot of money but you can't listen to the songs as free as those you purchase on iTunes. To fix this, you can use TunesKit DRM Audio Converter. It can help you remove DRM from Apple Music downloaded songs so that you can listen to them on any device. Besides that, TunesKit also supports to convert iTunes M4A songs to MP3. Don't hesitate and just try it!

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