Zach Bryan and J. Cole Are Consistently Ranking on the Music Chart

Zach Bryan and J. Cole Are Consistently Ranking on the Music Chart

What you need to know about the Music Charts on May 18, 2022:

The Most Influential Artists are Zach Bryan, J. Cole, The Weeknd, and Post Malone.

The Most Streamed Artists are J. Cole with 1.8M+ streams; Post Malone, 1.8M+; The Weeknd, 1.5M+; and Lil Baby, 1.4M+.

The Highest Earning Artists are Zach Bryan with $5.54K+ revenue; J. Cole, $5.30K+; Kanye West, $4.61K+; and Lil Baby, $4.56K+.

The Most Streamed Songs are “Moscow Mule,” by Bad Bunny with 1.8M+ streams; “Satellite,” by  Harry Styles, 1.8M+; “WAIT FOR U,” by Future, featuring Drake & Tems, 1.7M+; and “N95,” by Kendrick Lamar, 1.7M+.

The Highest Earning Songs are “Keep Driving,” by Harry Styles with $5.43K+ revenue; “Daydreaming,” by Harry Styles, $5.32K+; “Me Porto Bonito,” by Bad Bunny, $5.32K+; and “First Class,” by Jack Harlow, $4.95K+.

The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are J. Cole and Zach Bryan. J. Cole has been the Most Streamed Artist on May 23, where he got 1.8M+ streams after releasing his hit song No Role Modelz on August 4, 2015. Zach Bryan has been the Highest-Earning Artist on May 24, earning $5.54K+ revenue, after releasing his hit song Something in the Orange on March 25. J. Cole moved up 3 positions in 31 days (21%) on the artist streaming chart and Zach Bryan moved up 15 positions in 30 days (58%) on the artist revenue chart.


The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Moscow Mule” by Bad Bunny and “Keep Driving” by Harry Styles. “Moscow Mule” has been the Most Streamed Song since May 24, where it attained 1.8M+ streams after it was released on May 6. “Keep Driving” has been the Highest-Earning Song since May 24, where it gained $5.43K+ revenue after it was released on May 20. “Moscow Mule” moved down 10 positions in 18 days (-1000%) on the song streaming chart, and “Keep Driving” moved down 1 position in 4 days (-10%) on the song revenue chart.


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