Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” Dominates The US Streaming Market

Kanye West’s ‘Jesus Is King’ Debuts with 69,548,853 Streams across all streaming platforms in the US market alone.

Kanye west released his much anticipated “Jesus is king” album over the weekend. While having  a rebirth of his Christian faith publicly over the recent past, Mr. west had been having quite the following to his Sunday service, a moving music infused experience that began among friends and family in Los Angeles California.  Although Sunday Service continues to capture the hearts and minds of the curious, the superfan and others, does it shed light into the vision and execution of his latest album release “Jesus is king.”? 

From her first hand account of the path that lead to Sunday service, his wife and cultural icon Kim Kardashian West may offer a perspective on the layered parallel vision Kanye may harbor for his listeners. “Kanye started this, I think, just to heal himself,” Kardashian explained. “It was a really personal thing, and it was just friends and family. He has had an amazing evolution of being born again and being saved by Christ.”

His best streaming single “Follow God” shot to the head of the class in less than one day with almost 40 million streams on 10/26/19.  This major haul eclipsed Selena Gomez’s 28 million total streams and dwarfed Post Malone’s still impressive 11 million streams.

On the financial side, “Follow God,” the most streamed song over the weekend made $192,104 dollars on streams just on Saturday, while “Selah”another top tier streamed song with revenue generated of $11,811, creating a Kanye sandwich at the top of the financial charts for streaming. Selena Gomez continues to maintain a strong showing both in the Streaming and Revenues for streaming charts with strong showings from “look at ther now,” with significant streams, and “Lose You To Love Me” which performed better financially than all other non-kanye songs. $88,984

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