Tyler, The Creator and Post Malone Take Spots in the Music Charts

Tyler, The Creator and  Post Malone Take Spots in the Music Charts

What you need to know about the Music Charts on February 11, 2022:

The Most Influential Artists are Adele, Tyler, The Creator,  Post Malone, and Glass Animals.

The Most Streamed Artists are Post Malone with 1.2M+ streams; 1.1M+; Glass Animals, 1.2M+; and Polo G, 1.1M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Tyler, The Creator with $3.55K+ revenue; SZA, $3.37K+; Ed Sheeran, $3.35K+; and Jessica Darrow, $3.31K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are "Lost," by Frank Ocean with 720.9K+ streams; "Cold Heart - PNAU Remix," by Elton John, 713.5K+; "Light Switch," by Charlie Puth,  692.7K+; and "Levitating," by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby,  690.7K+.

The Highest Earning Songs are "What Else Can I Do?," by Diane Guerrero with $2.07K+ revenue; "Fingers Crossed," by Lauren Spencer-Smith, $2.07K+; "Cold Heart - PNAU Remix," by Elton John, $2.04K+; and "P power," by Gunna, featuring Drake, $2.03K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Post Malone and Tyler, The Creator. Post Malone has been the Most Streamed Artist on February 10, where he got 1.2M+ streams after releasing his hit song One Right Now on November 5, 2021. Tyler, The Creator has been the Highest-Earning Artist on February 10, earning $3.55K+ revenue after releasing his viral song See You Again on August 29, 2017. Post Malone moved down 5 positions in 31 days (-31%) on the artist streaming chart and Tyler, The Creator moved up 14 positions in 30 days (40%) on the artist revenue chart.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are "Lost" by Frank Ocean and "What Else Can I Do?" by Diane Guerrero. "Lost" has been the Most Streamed Song since February 10, attaining 720.9K+ streams after it was released on December 17, 2012. "What Else Can I Do?'' has been the Highest-Earning Song since February 10, getting $2.07K+ revenue after it was released on  November 19, 2021. "Lost" 155 positions in 30 days (88%) on the song streaming chart and "What Else Can I Do?'' moved up 19 positions in 30 days (48% ) on the song revenue chart.

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