Trippie Redd and Earth, Wind & Fire Shines in the Music Chart

Trippie Redd and Earth, Wind & Fire Shines in the Music Chart

What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 23, 2021:

The Most Influential Artists are Bad Bunny, Glass Animals, Dua Lipa, and Megan Thee Stallion.

The Most Streamed Artists are Trippie Redd with 1.1M+ streams; YoungBoy Never Broke Again, 1.1M+; Earth, Wind & Fire, 1.1M+; and Post Malone, 1.1M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are DaBaby with $3.33K+ revenue; Lil Baby, $3.19K+; THE ANXIETY, $3.15K+; and Earth, Wind & Fire, $3.14K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Hurricane,” by Kanye West with 993.9K+ streams; “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat, featuring Sza, 958.2K+; “Woman,” by Doja Cat, 920.2K+; and “Yonaguni,” by Bad Bunny, 913.0K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat featuring Sza with $2.87K+ revenue; “September,” by  Earth, Wind & Fire, $2.76K+; “Woman,” by Doja Cat, $2.73K+; and “Shivers,” by Ed Sheeran, $2.68K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Trippie Redd and DaBaby. Trippie Redd has been the Most Streamed Artist on September 22, where they get 1.1M+ streams after releasing their viral song Miss The Rage on May 7. DaBaby has been the Highest-Earning Artist on September 25, earning $3.33K+ revenue after releasing her hit song ROCKSTAR on April 17, 2020. Trippie Redd moved up 2 positions in 8 days (11%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, DaBaby moved up 3 positions in 30 days (16%) on the artist revenue chart.


The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Hurricane” by Kanye West and “Kiss Me More” by Doja Cat featuring Sza. “Hurricane” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 22 where it attained 993.9K+ streams after it was released on August 8  “Kiss Me More” has been the Highest-Earning Song since September 21,  and earned $2.87K+ revenue after it was released on April 9. “Hurricane” moved down 14 positions in 24 days (-700%) on the song streaming chart and “Kiss Me More” moved down 10 positions in 30 days (-167%) on the song revenue chart.



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