Baby Keem and Nardo Wick Shine the Brightest in the Music Charts!

Baby Keem and Nardo Wick Shine the Brightest in the Music Charts!

What you need to know about the Music Charts on October 28, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are     Justin Bieber, Glass Animals, The Kid LAROI, and NEIKED.

The Most Streamed Artists are Glass Animals with 1.1M+ streams; The Kid LAROI, 1.1M+; NEIKED, 1.1M+; and Lil Baby, 1.1M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Lil Baby with $3.41K+ revenue; NEIKED, $3.34K+; Swedish House Mafia, $3.13K+; and Post Malone, $2.95K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Family Ties,” by Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar with 817.8K+ streams; “Shivers,” by Ed Sheeran, 776.7K+; “Fair Trade,” by Drake, featuring Travis Scott, 761.6K+; and “Woman,” by Doja Cat, 761.0K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Who Want Smoke??,” by Nardo Wick featuring G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage with $2.31K+ revenue; “Shivers,” by Ed Sheeran, $2.30K+; “Woman,” by Doja Cat, $2.21K+; and “THATS WHAT I WANT,” by Lil Nas X, $2.20K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Glass Animals and Lil Baby. Glass Animals has been the Most Streamed Artist on October 27, where he gets 1.1M+ streams after releasing their viral song Heat Waves on June 29, 2020. Lil Baby is the Highest-Earning Artist on October 27, earning $3.41K+ revenue after releasing his song On Me on December 4, 2020. Glass Animals moved down 1 position in 31 days (-7%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Lil Baby moved up 16 positions in 30 days (50%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Family Ties” by Baby Keem featuring Kendrick Lamar and “Who Want Smoke??” by Nardo Wick featuring G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage. “Family Ties” has been the Most Streamed Song since October 20, attaining 817.8K+ streams after being released on August 27. “Who Want Smoke??” is the Highest-Earning Song since October 20, earning $2.31K+ revenue after being released on October 9. “Family Ties” moved down 7 positions in 30 days (-78%) on the song streaming chart, and “Who Want Smoke??” moved up 33 positions in 19 days (67%) on the song revenue chart.



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