• Megan Thee Stallion Continuesly in Rank in Music Charts, Jack Harlow Taking Over

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 6, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Post Malone, Ariana Grande, Jack Harlow, and Ed Sheeran

    The Most Streamed Artists are Jack Harlow with 1.1M+ streams; Ed Sheeran, 1.1M+; Justin Bieber, 1.0M+; and Lil Tjay, 970.8K+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Jack Harlow with $3.45K+ revenue; Ed Sheeran, $3.45K+; Glass Animals, $3.09K+; and Lil Tjay, $2.94K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow with 942.6K+ streams; “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, 915.2K+; “RAPSTAR,” by Polo G, 879.6K+; and “Wants and Needs,” by Drake, featuring Lil Baby,  857.3K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Thot Shit,” by Megan Thee Stallion with $2.39K+ revenue; “Fancy Like,” by Walker Hayes, $2.35K+; “Leave The Door Open,” by Bruno Mars, $2.28K+; and “Peaches,” by Justin Bieber, featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon, $2.27K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists is Jack Harlow. Jack Harlow has been the Most Streamed Artist and Highest-Earning Artist on August 5, getting 1.1M+ streams and earns a $3.45K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Whats Poppin on January 21, 2020. Jack Harlowmoved up 76 positions in 31 days (78%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 75 positions in 30 days (78%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “2055” by Sleepy Harlow and “Thot Shit” by Megan Thee Stallion. “2055” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 5, attaining 942.6K+ streams after it was released on April 14, and “Thot Shit” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 5, earning $2.39K+ revenue after it was released on June 11. “2055” moved up 2 positions in 7 days (9%) on the song streaming chart, and “Thot Shit” moved down 14 positions in 30 days (-200%) on the song revenue chart.


  • Pop Smoke and Måneskin Remain Leading on the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 5, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Polo G, Blackbear, Megan Thee Stallion, and Ariana Grande

    The Most Streamed Artists are Drake with 1.5M+ streams; Lil Baby, 1.5M+; Aventura, 1.5M+; and DaBaby, 1.5M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Pop Smoke with $4.19K+ revenue; Aventura, $4.15K+; DaBaby, $4.11K+; and Bad Bunny, $3.85K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Beggin’,” by Måneskin with 989.9K+ streams; “Peaches,” by Justin Bieber, featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon 897.2K+; “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, 970.9K+; and “Heat Waves,” by Glass Animals,  954.4K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Skate,” by Bruno Mars with $2.80K+ revenue; “Beggin’,” by Måneskin, $2.80K+; “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow, $2.75K+; and “Want’s And Needs,” by Drake, featuring  Lil Baby, $2.67K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Drake and Pop Smoke. Drake has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 4, where he gets 1.5M+ streams after releasing his viral song Wants And Needs on March 5. Pop Smoke is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 4, attaining a $4.19K+ revenue after releasing his hit song For The Night on October 3, 2020. Drake moved down 4 positions in 31 days (-33%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Pop Smoke moved up 29 positions in 30 days (64%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Beggin’” by Måneskin and “Skate” by Bruno Mars. “Beggin’” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 4, attaining 989.9K+ streams after it was released on 2017, and “Skate” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 4, earning $2.80K+ revenue after it was released on July 30. “Beggin’” moved down 259 positions in 15 days (-2878%) on the song streaming chart, and “Skate” moved down 11 positions in 5 days (-220%) on the song revenue chart.

  • Ariana Grande Positions Herself Atop the Music Charts

    Last weekend, when Ariana Grande released “positions,” the lead single to her new album, Positions, she quickly positioned herself atop the music charts. With that single alone, released last Friday, October 23, she switched chart positions to join the ranks of the top 5 Most Streamed and Highest Earning Artists, fourth in both categories, with 5M streams and $14.2K on the first day. Most of those streams and revenue were from the single, “positions,” which immediately became the Most Streamed and Highest Earning Song, with 3.1M streams and $11K on the first day. When Ariana released Positions, her sixth studio album, this past Friday, October 30, just in time for Halloween, she became the dominant artist in the country.


    According to Music Maven’s proprietary technology, which provides the most current and accurate data on the performance of all artists and songs in daily music charts, because of her release of Positions, Ariana Grande swept all the major categories, and was the Most Influential, Most Streamed, and Highest Earning Artist this weekend. The 14 tracks on Positions also took over most of the top positions on the song charts, making her songs the Most Streamed and Highest Earning Songs this weekend.


    As Most Streamed Artist, Ariana Grande reached number one with 36.7M streams on day one after her release of Positions. Those 36.7M streams were just under the equivalent of all the other 9 of the top 10 Most Streamed Artists combined, whose total equaled 37.7M streams. Those were, in position order, 2. Trippie Redd at 9.6M streams, 3. the late Pop Smoke at 6M, 4. the late Juice WRLD at 5.2M, 5. Justin Bieber at 3.3M, 6. Luke Combs at 3.3M, 7. 21 Savage at 2.7M, 8. Jack Harlow at 2.6M, 9. Travis Scott at 2.5M, and 10. Internet Money at 2.5M. In other words, Ariana Grande had 9 times more streams than her next competitor, and almost 15 times more than the tenth most streamed. At $97K total the day after her release of Positions, a similar story played out in her dominance of the Highest Earning Artist category.


    She mastered the song charts even more definitively. In terms of streams, the songs on Positions took over all but one position on the Most Streamed Songs chart, leaving Maluma’s “Hawái” alone at eighth. Overall, the album’s 14 tracks occupied the top 17 Most Streamed Songs. Even more perfectly, tracks from the album allowed no room for any other artist or album on the top 10 Highest Earning Song chart. In earnings, the single “positions,” still brought the highest amount, $10.4K, slightly lower than its debut revenue. Since streams and revenue do not always match, her second single, “34+35,” about another position (34+35=Last weekend, when Ariana Grande released “positions,” the lead single to her new album, Positions, she quickly positioned herself atop the music charts.), repositioned her first single, “positions” to second Highest Streamed. In other words, “34+35” is the Most Streamed Song, at 3.9M, even though it is not the Highest Earning Song.


    Part of the reason for Ariana’s overall success over the last two weeks, is the popularity of her music video for “positions.” Fans have viewed the video for “positions” 57.8M times on YouTube since it premiered with the single on October 23. The chorus, which begins with “Switchin’ them positions for you,” takes on all kinds of meanings in the song and in the video. It is about flexibility and dexterity in relationships, as in, dominating different roles, from boss to chef to the bed. It is also about women dominating different social, political, and intimate positions. In the video, just in time for the presidential election on Tuesday, November 3, Ariana reimagined herself as a reincarnation of Jackie Onassis, not just as the First Lady, but also as the President. With styles reminiscent of another star of that era, Audrey Hepburn on Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Ariana rocked the black-and-white gloves, dress, and cap to match. As she is “Switchin’ them positions for you,” she listens to and parties with constituents, and moves from the Oval Office to the White House South Lawn, from kitchen to bedroom, dominating each of those positions for you. Imagine, Ariana Grande, President of the United States of America. Until Election Day, Ariana Grande, President of the Music Charts.


    By Vince, November 2, 2020

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