Olivia Rodrigo and Post Malone Back to Back Ranking in the Music Charts

Olivia Rodrigo and Post Malone Back to Back Ranking in the Music Charts

What you need to know about the Music Charts on July 29, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are     Justin Bieber, Post Malone, Cardi B, and J. Cole

The Most Streamed Artists are J. Cole with 1.6M+ streams; Lil Baby, 1.5M+; Bo Burnham, 1.4M+; and Bruno Mars, 1.3M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are DaBaby with $4.82K+ revenue; Bo Burnham, $4.08K+; Bad Bunny, $3.78K+; and Ed Sheeran, $3.49K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Deja Vu,” by Olivia Rodrigo with 980.9K+ streams; “Leave the Door Open,” by Bruno Mars, 965.8K+; “Motley Crew,” by Post Malone, 964.9K+; and “NOT SOBER,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Polo G & Stunna Gambino, 931.3K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Motley Crew,” by Post Malone with $2.83K+ revenue; “NOT SOBER,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Polo G & Stunna Gambino, $2.71K+; “Over The Top,” by Smiley, featuring Drake, $2.71K+; and “Thot Shit,” by Megan Thee Stallion,  $2.59K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are J. Cole and DaBaby. J. Cole has been the Most Streamed Artist since July 28, getting  1.6M+ streams after releasing his hit song No Role Modelz on August 4, 2015. DaBaby has been the Highest-Earning Artist on July 27, earning $4.82K+ revenue after releasing their popular song ROCKSTAR on April 17, 2020. J. Cole moved up 3 positions in 31 days (16%) on the artist streaming chart, and DaBaby moved down 1position in 30 days (-7%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Deja Vu” by Olivia Rodrigo and “Motley Crew” by Post Malone. “Deja Vu” has been the Most Streamed Song since July 28, attaining 980.9K+ streams after being released on April 1. “Motley Crew” has been Highest-Earning Song since July 26, getting $2.83K+ revenue after it was released on July 9. “Deja Vu” moved down 4 positions in 30 days (-33%) on the song streaming chart, and  “Motley Crew” moved down 13 positions in 19 days (-443%) on the song revenue chart.

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