Post Malone and The Neighbourhood is in on the Roll in the Music Charts

Post Malone and The Neighbourhood is in on the Roll in the Music Charts

What you need to know about the Music Charts on October 8, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are Post Malone, CKay, THE ANXIETY, and DaBaby

The Most Streamed Artists are Post Malone with 998.3K+ streams; CKay, 907.7K+; THE ANXIETY, 902.3K+; and Tainy, 882.7K+.

The Highest Earning Artists are The Neighbourhood with $2.69K+ revenue; Jack Harlow, $2.69K+; DaBaby, $2.68K+; and CKay, $2.68K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “2055,” by Sleepy Hallow with 747.2K+ streams; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, 728.2K+; “Hurricane,” by Kanye West, 713.4K+; and “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by  Lil Nas X, 707.6K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Hurricane,” by Kanye West with $2.11K+ revenue; “Sharing Locations,” by Meek Mill, featuring Lil Baby and Lil Durk $2.11K+; “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $2.09K+; and “Pepas,” by Farruko, $1.98K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Post Malone and The Neighbourhood. Post Malone was the Most Streamed Artist on October 5, where he got 998.3K+ streams after releasing his hit song Sunflower - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on December 14, 2018. The Neighbourhood is the Highest-Earning Artist on October 7, attaining $2.69K+ revenue after releasing his viral song Sweater Weather on March 28, 2012. Post Malone moved down 5 positions in 31 days (-31%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, The Neighbourhood moved up 2 positions in 30 days (9) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “2055” by Sleepy Hallow and “Hurricane,” by Kanye West. “2055” has been the Most Streamed Song since October 7, when it attained 747.2K+ streams after its release on April 14. “Hurricane” is the Highest-Earning Song since October 7, earning $2.11K+ after its release on September 14. “2055” moved up 16 positions in 30 days (43%) on the song streaming chart, and “Hurricane” moved down 13 positions in 30 days (-162%) on the song revenue chart.

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