Jessica Darrow Takes Spots in the Music Charts Followed by The Kid LAROI

Jessica Darrow Takes Spots in the Music Charts Followed by The Kid LAROI

What you need to know about the Music Charts on February 16, 2022:

The Most Influential Artists are Olivia Rodrigo, Drake, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and Juice WRLD.

The Most Streamed Artists are Juice WRLD with 2.0M+ streams; Kodak Black, 1.9M+; Lil Nas X, 1.7M+; and The Weeknd, 1.7M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Kodak Black with $5.69K+ revenue; Lil Nas X, $5.46K+; The Weeknd, $5.11K+; and Ed Sheeran, $4.63K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Surface Pressure,” by Jessica Darrow with 967.6K+ streams; “Lose Yourself,” by Eminem, 928.0K+; “The Real Slim Shady,” by Adele, 840.9K+; and “I Love You So,” by The Walters, 824.9K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “STAY,” by The Kid LAROI with Justin Bieber with $2.50K+ revenue; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, $2.41K+; “'Till I Collapse,” by Eminem, $2.35K+; and “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby, $ 2.26K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Juice WRLD and Kodak Black. Juice WRLD has been the Most Streamed Artist on February 15, where he got 2.0M+ streams after releasing his hit song  Lucid Dreams on May 4, 2018. Kodak Black has been the Highest-Earning Artist on February 15, earning  $5.69K+ revenue after releasing his viral song Super Grelim on January 11. Juice WRLD moved down 6 positions in 31 days (-120%) on the artist streaming chart, and Kodak Black moved down 2 positions in 30 days (-22%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Surface Pressure” by Jessica Darrow and “STAY,” by The Kid LAROI with Justin Bieber. “Surface Pressure” has been the Most Streamed Song since February 15, where it attained 967.6K+ streams after it was released on November 19, 2021. “STAY” has been the Highest-Earning Song since February 15, gaining $2.50K+ revenue after it was released on July 9, 2021. “Surface Pressure” moved down 5 positions in 30 days (-83%) on the song streaming chart, and “STAY” moved up 21 positions in 28 days (25%) on the song revenue chart.


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