Pinkpantheress and the Kid Laroi Continous to Shine in the Spotlight in the Music Charts

What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 2, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are     Glass Animals, Post Malone, PinkPantheress, and Lil Tecca.

The Most Streamed Artists are PinkPantheress with 1.1M+ streams; Glass Animals, 1.1M+; Lil Tecca, 1.0M+; and Bruno Mars, 1.0M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Dua Lipa with $3.50K+ revenue; PinkPantheress, $3.43K+; Polo G, $3.29K+; and Sleepy Hallow, $3.06K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber with 2.0M+ streams; “Keep My Spirit Alive,” by Kanye West, 1.9M+; “No Child Left Behind,” by Kanye West, 1.8M+; and “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Li Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow,  1.8M+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Donda,” by Kanye West with $6.14K+ revenue; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Li Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, $5.90K+; “Keep My Spirit Alive,” by Kanye West, $5.62K+; and “No Child Left Behind,” by Kanye West, $5.51K+.


The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are PinkPantheress and Dua Lipa. PinkPantheress has been the Most Streamed Artist on September 1, where she gets 1.1M+ streams after releasing her viral single Pain on June 30. Dua Lipa is the Highest-Earning Artist on September 1, attaining a $3.50K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Levitating on October 1, 2021. PinkPantheress is up 41 positions in 31 days (72%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Dua Lipa moved down 7 positions in 30 days (-78%) on the artist revenue chart.


The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Stay” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber and “Donda” by Kanye West. “Stay” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 30, attaining 2.0M streams after being released on July 9. “Donda” is the Highest-Earning Song since September 1, earning $6.14K+ revenue after being released on August 29. “Stay” moved down 14 positions in 21 days (700%) on the song streaming chart, and “Donda” moved 0 positions in 3 days (0%) on the song revenue chart.



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