Doja Cat and Kodak Black Top the Music Charts

Doja Cat and Kodak Black Top the Music Charts

What you need to know about the Music Charts on April 19, 2022:

The Most Influential Artists are Olivia Rodrigo, Jack Harlow, Drake, and J. Cole.

The Most Streamed Artists are Doja Cat with 2.8M+ streams; Drake, 2.0M+; The Weeknd, 1.5M+; and Lil Baby, 1.4M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Doja Cat with $8.50K+ revenue; Drake, $5.95K+; Lil Baby, $4.62K+; and The Weeknd, $4.57K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are "Super Gremlin," by Kodak Black with 900.2K+ streams; "Enemy," by Imagine Dragons with JID, 814.2K+; "Ghost," by Justin Bieber, 783.7K+; and "X ÚLTIMA VEZ,” by Daddy Yankee, 689.8K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are "INDUSTRY BABY," by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow with $2.10K+ revenue; "STAY," by The Kid LAROI with Justin Bieber, $2.08K+; "We Don't Talk About Bruno,” by Carolina Gaitán - La Gaita, Rhenzy Feliz, Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Diane Guerrero, Mauro Castillo, and Encanto - Cast, $1.94K+; and "Ghost," by Justin Bieber, $1.85K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning artists is Doja Cat. Doja Cat has been the Most Streamed Artist since April 9 and the Highest-Earning Artist since April 18, where she got 2.8M+ streams and $8.50K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Need to Know on August 31, 20211. Doja Cat moved down 4 positions in 31 days (-200%) on the artist streaming chart and moved down 4 positions in 30 days (-200%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are "Super Gremlin" by Kodak Black and "INDUSTRY BABY" by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow. "Super Gremlin" has been the Most Streamed Song since April 18, attaining 900.2K+ streams after being released on  October 30, 2021. "INDUSTRY BABY" has been the Highest-Earning Song since April 16, earning $2.10K+ revenue after being released on July 23, 2021. "Super Gremlin" moved down 5 positions in 30 days (-500%) on the song streaming chart, and "INDUSTRY BABY" moved up 1 position in 30 days (14%) on the song revenue chart

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