Swedish House Mafia and Young Thug Take Spots into the Music Charts!

Swedish House Mafia and Young Thug Take Spots into the Music Charts!

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

The Most Influential Artists are     Swedish House Mafia, THE ANXIETY, The Neigbhourhood, and Post Malone.

The Most Streamed Artists are Swedish House Mafia with 1.0M+ streams; THE ANXIETY, 965.8K+; The Neigbhourhood, 932.2K+; and Post Malone, 925.7K+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Polo G with $2.92K+ revenue; THE ANXIETY, $2.87K+; The Neigbhourhood, $2.85K+; and Ckay, $2.66K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Who Want Smoke??,” by Nardo Wick, featuring G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage with 739.1K+ streams; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, 701.3K+; “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, 670.1K+; and “Jugaste y Sufrí,” by Eslabon Armado, 653.3K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Bubbly,” by Young Thug, featuring Drake & Travis Scott with $2.04K+ revenue; “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $1.99K+; “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake, featuring Lil Baby, $1.99K+; and “Jugaste y Sufrí,” by Eslabon Armado, $1.93K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Swedish House Mafia and Polo G. Swedish House Mafia has been the Most Streamed Artist on October 28, where he gets 1.0M+ streams after releasing his viral single Moth To A Flame on October 22. Polo G is the Highest-Earning Artist on October 27, attaining a $2.92K+ revenue after releasing his hit song RAPSTAR on April 9. Swedish House Mafia moved down 9 positions in 6 days (-75%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Polo G moved 0 position in 30 days (0%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Who Want Smoke??” by Nardo Wick, featuring G Herbo, Lil Durk & 21 Savage, and “Bubbly,” by Young Thug, featuring Drake & Travis Scott. “Who Want Smoke??” has been the Most Streamed Song since October 26, attaining 739.1K+ streams after being released on October 14. “Bubbly” is the Highest-Earning Song since October 28, earning $2.04K+ revenue after being released on October 15. “Who Want Smoke??” moved up 48 positions in 20 days (70%) on the song streaming chart, and “Bubbly” moved down 14 positions in 13 days (-200%) on the song revenue chart.

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