• Jack Harlow and Sleepy Hallow are on the Roll in the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 24, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are Post Malone, DaBaby, Lil Uzi Vert, and THE ANXIETY

    The Most Streamed Artists are DaBaby with 1.1M+ streams; THE ANXIETY, 1.0M+; Lil Uzi Vert, 1.0M+; and Earth, Wind & Fire, 1.0M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Jack Harlow with $3.00K+ revenue; YoungBoy Never Broke Again, $2.98K+; Earth, Wind & Fire, $2.89K+; and Bad Bunny, $2.68K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “2055,” by Sleepy Hallow with 860.4K+ streams; “Shivers,” by Ed Sheeran, 855.0K+; “Butter,” by BTS, 829.7K+; and “September,” by  Earth, Wind & Fire, 8.263K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “September,” by  Earth, Wind & Fire with 2.51K+ streams; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, $2.46K+; “Moon,” by Kanye West, $2.34K+; and “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $2.29K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are DaBaby and Jack Harlow. DaBaby was the Most Streamed Artist on September 23, where he got 1.1M+ streams after releasing his hit song ROCKSTAR on April 17, 2020. Jack Harlow is the Highest-Earning Artist on September 23, attaining $3.00K+ revenue after releasing his viral song Whats Poppin on January 21, 2020. DaBaby moved down 1 position in 31 days (-5%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Jack Harlow moved down 2 positions in 30 days (-11%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “2055” by Sleepy Hallow and “September” by  Earth, Wind & Fire. “2055” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 23, when it attained 860.4K+ streams after its release on April 14. “September” is the Highest-Earning Song since September 23, earning $2.51K+ after its release on November 18, 1978. “2055” moved down 11 positions in 30 days (-110%) on the song streaming chart, and “September” moved up 155 positions in 22 days (88%) on the song revenue chart.

  • Drake and Lil Nas X Back to Back on Topping in the Music Chart

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 20, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are Lil Nas X, BTS, Drake, and Doja Cat.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Drake with 17.3M+ streams; Lil Nas X, 16.0M+; Doja Cat, 5.6M+; and Olivia Rodrigo, 13.7M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Drake with $53.1K+ revenue; Lil Nas X, $47.3K+; Doja Cat, $16.4K+; and Olivia Rodrigo, $5.12K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow with 2.5M+ streams; “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake, featuring Future & Young Thug, 2.4M+; “That’s What I Want,” by Lil Nas X, 2.1M+; and “Knife Talk,” by Drake, featuring 21 Savage & Project Pat, 2.0M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow with $8.19K+ revenue; “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake, featuring Future & Young Thug, $7.15K+; “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Justin Bieber, $6.32K+; and “That’s What I Want,” by Lil Nas X, $6.16K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists is Drake. Drake has been the Most Streamed Artist and has been the Highest-Earning Artist on September 19,  where he gets 17.3M+ streams and earns $53.1K+ revenue after releasing his viral song Wants And Needs on March 5. Drake moved up 16 positions in 31 days (94%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 12 positions in 30 days (92%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “INDUSTRY BABY” by Lil Nas X  featuring Jack Harlow. “INDUSTRY BABY” has been the Most Streamed Song and the Highest-Earning Song since September 18,  where it attained 2.5M+ streams and earned $8.19K+ revenue after it was released on July 23. “INDUSTRY BABY” moved up 17 positions in 21 days (94%) on the song streaming chart and moved up 16 positions in 21 days (94%) on the song revenue chart.

    Today’s Top Song Charts News: Lil Nas X just released “INDUSTRY BABY” on July 23, 2021. On the day this song debuted, the song attained 2.5M+ streams and $8.19K+ in revenue, making “INDUSTRY BABY” the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song.

  • Billie Elish and Ed Sheeran Tops in the Music Chart

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 16, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are Jack Harlow, Kacey Musgraves, The Kid LAROI, and Dua Lipa.

    The Most Streamed Artists are BTS with 1.3M+ streams; DaBaby, 1.2M+; Trippie Redd, 1.1M+; and Måneskin, 1.1M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Billie Eilish with $3.50K+ revenue; Trippie Redd, $3.45K+; Polo G, $3.10K+; and Måneskin, $3.10K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Shivers,” by Ed Sheeran with 1.0M+ streams; “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat, featuring Sza, 1.0M+; “Meet Me At Our Spot,” by THE ANXIETY, 958.0K+; and “No Friends In The Industry,” by Drake, 954.1K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “No Friends In The Industry,” by Drake with $2.93K+ revenue; “Meet Me At Our Spot,” by THE ANXIETY, $2.87K+; “Moon,” by Kanye West, $2.79K+; and “TSU,” by Drake, $2.74K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are BTS and Billie Eilish. BTS has been the Most Streamed Artist on September 12, where they get 1.3M+ streams after releasing their viral song Dynamite on August 21, 2020. Billie Eilish has been the Highest-Earning Artist on September 15, earning $3.50K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Happier Than Ever on July 30. BTS moved down 3 positions in 31 days (-23%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Billie Eilish moved down 12 positions in 30 days (-300%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran and “No Friends In The Industry” by Drake. “Shivers” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 15 where it attained 1.0M+ streams after it was released on September 10.  “No Friends In The Industry” has been the Highest-Earning Song since September 15,  and earned $2.93K+ revenue after it was released on September 3. “Shivers” moved up 238 positions in 6 days (94%) on the song streaming chart and “No Friends In The Industry” moved down 5 positions in 12 days (-45%) on the song revenue chart.



  • Christina Aguilera and the Kid Laroi Takes the Spotlight in the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 14, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are Doja Cat, Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, and Baby Keem.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Christina Aguilera with 2.9M+ streams; Lil Nas X, 2.2M+; The Kid LAROI, 2.2M+; and Kacey Musgraves, 2.0M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are The Kid LAROI with $7.27K+ revenue; Lil Nas X, $6.91K+; Kacey Musgraves $6.10K+; and The Weeknd, $5.47K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake featuring Lil Baby with 1.5M+ streams; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, 1.5M+; “Butter,” by BTS, 1.4M+; and “Heat Waves,” by Glass Animals, 1.3M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake featuring Lil Baby with $4.54K+ revenue; “Heat Waves,” by Glass Animals, $4.04K+; “Family Ties,” by Baby Keem, featuring Kendrick Lamar, $3.67K+; and “Hurricane,” by Kanye West, $3.56K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Christina Aguilera and The Kid LAROI. Christina Aguilera was the Most Streamed Artist on September 13, where she got 2.9M+ streams after releasing her hit song Lady Marmalade on March 27, 2001. The Kid LAROI was the Highest-Earning Artist on September 13, where he earns, $7.27K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Without You on December 18, 2020. Christina Aguilera moved up 109 positions in 2 days (95%) on the artist streaming chart and The Kid LAROI moved down 3 positions in 30 days (-100%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Girls Want Girls” by Drake featuring Lil Baby. “Girls Want Girls” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 13 and the Highest-Earning Song since September 13,  where it attained 1.5M+ streams and earned $4.54K+ revenue after it was released on September 3. “Girls Want Girls” moved down 5 positions in 10 days (-500%) on the song streaming chart and moved down 5 positions in 10 days (-500%) on the song revenue chart.

  • Drake Continuous to Rule at the Top of the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 13, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Drake, BTS, Toby Keith, and Kanye West.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Drake with 23.3M+ streams; Kanye West, 7.7M+; Baby Keem, 6.3M+; and Doja Cat, 5.5M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Drake with $70.7K+ revenue; Kanye West, $23.0K+; Baby Keem, $19.1K+; and Doja Cat, $16.0K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake featuring Future & Young Thug with 2.7M+ streams; “Knife Talk,” by  Drake, featuring 21 Savage & Project Pat, 2.2M+; “Fair Trade,” by  Drake, featuring Travis Scott, 2.0M+; and “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake, featuring Lil Baby,  1.8M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake featuring Future & Young Thug with $8.03K+ revenue; “Knife Talk,” by  Drake, featuring 21 Savage & Project Pat, $6.53K+; “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Justin Bieber, $6.19K+; and “Fair Trade,” by  Drake, featuring Travis Scott, $5.85K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist is Drake. Drake has been the Most Streamed Artist and the Highest-Earning Artist on September 4, gets 23.3M+ streams and $70.7K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Wants And Needs on March 5. Drake moved up 20 positions in 31 days (95%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 13 positions in 30 days (93%) on the song revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Way 2 Sexy” by Drake featuring Future & Young Thug. “Way 2 Sexy” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 12. The Highest-Earning Artist on September 6, attaining 2.7M+ streams and earning $8.03K+ revenue after being released on September 3. “Way 2 Sexy” moved up 4 positions in 9 days (80%) on the song streaming chart and moved up 4 positions in 9 days (80%) on the song revenue chart.


  • Drake’s Certified Lover Boy Tops on the Music Charts!

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on September 9, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Drake, BTS, Harry Styles, and Lil Nas X.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Drake with 65.6M+ streams; Kanye West, 19.4M+; Doja Cat, 6.0M+; and Olivia Rodrigo, 5.1M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Drake with $194.0K+ revenue; Kanye West, $57.6K+; Doja Cat, $17.9K+; and Olivia Rodrigo, $16.3K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake featuring Lil Baby with 4.8M+ streams; “Fair Trade,” by Drake, featuring Travis Scott, 4.7M+; “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake, featuring Future & Young Thug, 4.5M+; and “Champagne Poetry,” by Drake,  3.9M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Girls Want Girls,” by Drake featuring Lil Baby with $14.2K+ revenue; “Fair Trade,” by Drake, featuring Travis Scott, $13.8K+; “Way 2 Sexy,” by Drake, featuring Future & Young Thug, $13.4K+; and “Champagne Poetry,” by Drake, $11.5K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist is Drake. Drake has been the Most Streamed Artist and the Highest-Earning Artist on September 4, gets 65.6M+ streams and $194.0K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Wants And Needs on March 5. Drake moved up 16 positions in 31 days (94%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 15 position in 30 days (94%) on the song revenue chart.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Girls Want Girls” by Drake featuring Lil Baby. “Girls Want Girls” has been the Most Streamed Song since September 4 and the Highest-Earning Artist on August 12, attaining 4.8M+ streams and earning $14.2K+ revenue after being released on September 3. “Girls Want Girls” moved 0 positions in 2 days (0%) on the song streaming chart and moved 0 positions in 2 days (0%) on the song revenue chart.


    Today’s Top Artist Charts News: Drake just released Certified Lover Boy, on September 3, 2021. On the day the song album, Doja Cat attained 65.6M+ streams and $194.0K+ in revenue, making Drake the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist.

    Today’s Top Song Charts News: Drake just released “Girls Like Girls” on September 3, 2021. On the day this song debuted, the song attained 4.8M+ streams and $14.2K+ in revenue, making “Girls Like Girls” the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song.

  • Kanye West and His New Album Dominates in the Music Charts

    The Most Influential Artists are Doja Cat, BTS, Juice WRLD, and J.Cole.


    The Most Streamed Artists are Trippie Redd with 2.1M+ streams; The Weeknd, 2.0M+; BTS, 2.0M+; and Bad Bunny, 1.7M+.


    The Highest Earning Artists are Trippie Redd with $6.70K+ revenue; The Weeknd, $6.58K+; Juice WRLD, $5.36K+; and J.Cole, $4.87K+.


    The Most Streamed Songs are “Praise God,” by Kanye West with 3.3M+ streams; “Moon,” by Kanye West, 3.0M+; “Jonah,” by Kanye West, 2.7M+; and “Believe What I Say,” by Kanye West, 2.7M+.


    The Highest Earning Songs are “Praise God,” by Kanye West with $10.0K+ revenue; “Moon,” by Kanye West, $8.95K+; “Jonah,” by Kanye West, $8.31K+; and “Believe What I Say,” by Kanye West, $8.05K+.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist is Trippie Redd. Trippie Redd has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 29 and the Highest-Earning Artist on August 30, where he gets 2.1M+ streams and $6.70K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Miss The Rage on May 7. Trippie Redd moved up 22 positions in 31 days (79%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 22 positions in 30 days (79%) on the artist revenue chart.



    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Praise God” by Kanye West. “Praise God” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 30 and the Highest-Earning Song since August 30,  where it attained 3.3M+ streams and earned $10.0K+ revenue after it was released on June 11. “Praise God” moved 0 position in 1 day (0%) on the song streaming chart and moved 0 position in 1 day (0%) on the song revenue chart.


    Today’s Top Artist Charts News: Kanye West just released Donda, on August 29, 2021. On the day this album debuted, Kanye West attained 62.5M+ streams and $189.5K+ in revenue, making Kanye West the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist.


    Today’s Top Song Charts News: Kanye West just released “Jail” on August 29, 2021. On the day this song debuted, the song attained 5.7M+ streams and $17.6K+ in revenue, making “Jail” the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song.


  • Doja Cat Takes Her Seat at the Top of the Music Charts!

    The Most Influential Artists are     BTS, Doja Cat, Olivia Rodrigo, and Lil Nas X.


    The Most Streamed Artists are Doja Cat with 6.4M+ streams; Olivia Rodrigo, 6.0M+; Lil Nas X, 3.1M+; and The Kid LAROI, 2.9M+.


    The Highest Earning Artists are Doja Cat with $19.4K+ revenue; Olivia Rodrigo, $19.0K+; The Kid LAROI, $9.88K+; and Lil Nas X, $9.79K+.


    The Most Streamed Songs are “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber with 2.2M+ streams; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, 2.0M+; “Family Ties,” by Baby Keem, featuring Kendrick Lamar, 1.6M+; and “Need To Know,” by Doja Cat,  1.6M+.


    The Highest Earning Songs are “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber with $7.58K+ revenue; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, $6.56K+; “Good 4 U,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $4.86K+; and “Family Ties,” by Baby Keem, featuring Kendrick Lamar $4.72K+.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist is Doja Cat. Doja Cat has been the Most Streamed Artist and the Highest-Earning Artist on August 28, gets 6.4M+ streams and $19.4K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Kiss Me More on April 9. Doja Cat moved up 1 position in 31 days (50%) on the artist streaming chart and moved up 1 position in 30 days (50%) on the song revenue chart.



    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Stay” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber. “Stay” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 17 and the Highest-Earning Artist on August 12, attaining 2.2M streams and earning $7.58K+ revenue after being released on July 9. “Stay” moved up 1 position in 18 days (50%) on the song streaming chart and moved 0 positions in 18 days (0%) on the song revenue chart.


    Today’s Top Artist Charts News: Doja Cat just released her first collaboration song with Sza Kiss Me More, on April 9, 2021. On the day the song debuted, Doja Cat attained 6.4M streams and $19.4K in revenue, making Doja Cat the Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist.


  • Trippie Redd and Juice WRLD 's New Song Takes the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 25, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     BTS, Bad Bunny, Billie Eilish, and Bruno Mars.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Bad Bunny with 1.8M+ streams; Bruno Mars, 1.7M+; Billie Eilish, 1.7M+; and Juice WRLD, 1.7M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Ed Sheeran with $4.59K+ revenue; Dua Lipa, $4.56K+; Post Malone, $4.41K+; and Måneskin, $4.08K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow with 1.1M+ streams; “Matt Hardy 999,” by Trippie Redd featuring Juice WRLD, 973.0K+; “Rumors,” by Lizzo featuring Cardi B, 947.1K+; and “Beggin’,” by Måneskin,  922.2K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Matt Hardy 999,” by Trippie Redd featuring Juice WRLD with $2.93K+ revenue; “Beggin’,” by Måneskin, $2.77K+; “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa featuring DaBaby, $2.75K+; and “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $2.72K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Bad Bunny and Ed Sheeran. Bad Bunny has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 23, where he gets 1.8M+ streams after releasing his viral song Dakiti on October 30, 2020. Ed Sheeran has been the Highest-Earning Artist on August 24, earning $4.59K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Bad Habits on June 25. Bad Bunny moved up 1 position in 8 days (10%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Ed Sheeran moved up 10 positions in 30 days (48%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “2055” by Sleepy Harlow and “Matt Hardy 999” by Trippie Redd featuring Juice WRLD. “2055” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 24, attaining 1.1M streams after being released on April 14. “Matt Hardy 999” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 24, earning $2.93K+ revenue after being released on August 19. “2055” moved up 15 positions in 30 days (58%) on the song streaming chart, and “Matt Hardy 999” moved down 5 positions in 4 days (-83%) on the song revenue chart.

  • The Weeknd and Lorde Takes the Spotlight in the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 24, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Lil Nas X, Juice WRLD, J. Cole, and The Weeknd.

    The Most Streamed Artists are The Weeknd with 2.2M+ streams; Lorde, 2.1M+; Dua Lipa, 1.9M+; and Juice WRLD, 5.0M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are The Weeknd with $7.04K+ revenue; Juice WRLD, $6.30K+; Lorde, $6.14K+; and J. Cole, $6.99K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa featuring DaBaby with 1.2M+ streams; “Yonaguni,” by Bad Bunny, 1.1M+; “Happier Than Ever,” by Billie Eilish, 1.1M+; and “Butter,” by BTS,  1.1M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat featuring Sza with $3.68K+ revenue; “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow, $3.18K+; “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, $3.00K+; and “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, $2.99K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists is The Weeknd. The Weeknd has been the Most Streamed Artist and the Highest-Earning Artist on August 23, where he gets 2.2M+ streams and $7.04K+ revenue after releasing her viral single Save Your Tears on August 9, 2020. The Weeknd moved up 3 positions in 31 days (33%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Dua Lipa moved up 1 position in 30 days (14%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Levitating” by Dua Lipa featuring DaBaby and “Kiss Me More” by Doja Cat featuring Sza. “Levitating” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 23, attaining 1.2M streams after being released on October 1, 2020. “Kiss Me More” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 22, earning $3.68K+ revenue after being released on April 9. “Levitating” moved 0 positions in 26 days (0%) on the song streaming chart, and “Kiss Me More” moved down 2 positions in 30 days (-50%) on the song revenue chart.



  • Farruko and Doja Cat Groove Their Way Up in the Music Charts!

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 20, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Miles Guo, PinkPantheress, DaBaby, and Ed Sheeran.

    The Most Streamed Artists are Miles Guo, with 1.3M+ streams; PinkPantheress, 1.2M+; DaBaby, 1.2M+; and Ed Sheeran, 1.1M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are DaBaby with $3.30K+ revenue; Bad Bunny, $3.19K+; Sleepy Harlow, $3.05K+; and Glass Animals, $2.78K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Permission To Dance,” by BTS with 796.6K+ streams; “Deja Vu,” by Olivia Rodrigo, 768.5K+; “Woman,” by Doja Cat, 751.8K+; and “Pepas,” by Farruko, 749.9K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Pepas,” by Farruko with $2.28K+ revenue; “Woman,” by Doja Cat, $2.21K+; “Volví,” by Aventura, $2.20K+; and “Get Into It (Yuh),” by Doja Cat, $2.11K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Miles Guo and DaBaby. Miles Guo has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 19, where he gets 1.3M+ streams after releasing his viral song Take Down The CCP on September 7, 2020. DaBaby is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 18, attaining a $3.30K+ revenue after releasing his hit song ROCKSTAR on April 17, 2020. Miles Guo moved 0 positions in 1 day (0%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, DaBaby moved down 8 positions in 30 days (-62%) on the artist revenue chart.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Permission To Dance” by BTS and “Pepas,” by Farruko. “Permission To Dance” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 19, attaining 796.6K+ streams after being released on July 9. “Pepas” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 19, earning $2.28K+ revenue after being released on June 24. “Permission To Dance” moved up 13 positions in 30 days (38%) on the song streaming chart, and “Pepas” moved up 157 positions in 26 days (88%) on the song revenue chart.



  • Nas and BTS Steals The Spotlight in The Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 13, 2021:


    The Most Influential Artists are     Pop Smoke, Post Malone, Trippie Redd, and Jack Harlow


    The Most Streamed Artists are Nas with 1.2M+ streams; Ed Sheeran, 1.1M+; Sleepy Harlow, 980.5K+; and Justin Bieber, 946.9+.


    The Highest Earning Artists are BTS with $3.21K+ revenue; Nas, $3.04K+; Glass Animals, $2.91K+; and Sleepy Harlow, $2.90K+.


    The Most Streamed Songs are “Beggin’,” by Måneskin with 874.0K+ streams; “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, 854.5K+; “Skate,” by Bruno Mars, 848.2K+; and “RAPSTAR,” by Polo G,  776.8K+.


    The Highest Earning Songs are “SUVs (Black on Black),” by Jack Harlow with $2.18K+ revenue; “Thot Shit,” by Megan Thee Stallion, $2.10K+; “Peaches,” by Justin Bieber, featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon, $2.09K+; and “Leave The Door Open,” by Bruno Mars, $2.07K+.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Nas and BTS. Nas has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 10, where he gets 1.2M+ streams after releasing his viral song EPMD 2 on August 6. BTS is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 10, attaining a $3.21K+ revenue after releasing their viral song Dynamite on August 21, 2020. Nas moved up 108 positions in 7 days (84%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, BTS moved down 13 positions in 30 days (-162%) on the artist revenue chart.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Beggin’” by Måneskin and “SUVs (Black on Black)” by Jack Harlow. “Beggin’” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 11, attaining 874.0K+ streams after it was released on May 21. “SUVs (Black on Black)” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 12, earning $2.18K+ revenue after it was released in 2007. “Beggin’” moved up 131 positions in 15 days (-4%) on the song streaming chart, and “SUVs (Black on Black)” moved down 8 positions in 9 days (-86%) on the song revenue chart.



  • Juice Wrld and Ed Sheeran Continues to Stand Out in The Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 11, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Bad Bunny, Juice WRLD, J. Cole, and Polo G

    The Most Streamed Artists are Juice WRLD with 2.0M+ streams; J. Cole, 1.7M+; Måneskin, 1.5M+; and Polo G, 1.5M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Polo G with $4.78K+ revenue; Lil Baby, $4.72K+; Måneskin, $4.27K+; and Drake, $4.23K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran with 1.1M+ streams; “Ain’t Shit,” by Doja Cat, 1.0M+; “Permission to Dance,” by BTS, 971.7K+; and “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow,  971.3K+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “2055,” by Sleepy Harlow with $2.88K+ revenue; “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $2.85K+; “Volví,” by Aventura, $2.85K+; and “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, $2.78K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Juice WRLD and Polo G. Juice WRLD has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 9, where he gets 2.0M+ streams after releasing his viral song Wishing Well on July 28, 2020. Polo G is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 10, attaining a $4.78K+ revenue after releasing his hit song RAPSTAR on April 9. Juice WRLD moved up 1 position in 31 days (8%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Polo G moved down 4 positions in 30 days (-57%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Bad Habits” by Ed Sheeran and “2055” by Sleepy Harlow. “Bad Habits” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 5, attaining 1.1M+ streams after it was released on June 25, and “2055” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 5, earning $2.88K+ revenue after it was released on April 14. “Bad Habits” moved up 2 positions in 30 days (15%) on the song streaming chart, and “2055” moved down 8 positions in 7 days (-160%) on the song revenue chart.


  • The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber Takes Over on the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 9, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     BTS, The Weeknd, Cardi B, and Olivia Rodrigo

    The Most Streamed Artists are Olivia Rodrigo with 6.7M+ streams; Doja Cat, 6.0M+; Billie Eilish, 5.5M+; and The Weeknd, 3.6M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Olivia Rodrigo with $20.6K+ revenue; Doja Cat, $17.6K+; Billie Eilish, $16.9K+; and The Weeknd, $10.8K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Justin Bieber with 2.3M+ streams; “INDUSTRY BABY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlow, 2.1M+; “Take My Breath,” by The Weeknd, 1.7M+; and “Yonaguni,” by Bad Bunny,  1.6M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Stay,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Justin Bieber with $7.85K+ revenue; “INDUSTRY BABAY,” by Lil Nas X, featuring Jack Harlows, $6.65K+; “Happier Than Ever,” by Billie Eilish, $5.37K+; and “Take My Breath,” by The Weeknd, $5.15K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists is Olivia Rodrigo. Rodrigo has been the Most Streamed Artist and the Highest-Earning Artist since August 7, getting 6.7M+ streams and earning $20.6K+ revenue after releasing her hit song Drivers License on January 8. Rodrigo moved 0 positions in 31 days (0%) on the artist streaming chart and moved 0 positions in 30 days (0%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Stay” by The Kid LAROI featuring Justin Bieber. “Stay” has been the Most Streamed Song and the Highest-Earning Song since July 31, getting 2.3M+ streams and earns $7.85K+ revenue after it was released on July 9. “Stay” moved 0 positions in 30 days (0%) on the song streaming chart, and moved 0 positions in 30 days (0%) on the song revenue chart.

  • Dua Lipa and Doja Cat Continue to Rule the Music Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 4, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny, Polo G, and Juice WRLD

    The Most Streamed Artists are Juice WRLD with 1.9M+ streams; The Weeknd, 1.7M+; J. Cole, 1.7M+; and Isaiah Rashad, 1.7M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are J. Cole with $5.14K+ revenue; Isaiah Rashad, $4.90K+; Måneskin, $4.73K+; and Post Malone, $4.59K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Need To Know,” by Doja Cat with 1.2M+ streams; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, 1.1M+; “Permission To Dance,” by BTS, 1.1M+; and “Leave The Door Open,” by Bruno Mars,  1.1M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa Featuring DaBaby with $3.02K+ revenue; “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, $3.01K+; “RAPSTAR,” by Polo G, $2.99K+; and “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $2.92K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Juice WRLD and J.Cole. Juice WRLD has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 3, where he gets 1.9M+ streams after releasing his viral song Wishing Well on July 28, 2020. J.Cole is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 3, attaining a $5.14K+ revenue after releasing his hit song No Role Modelz on December 9, 2014. Juice WRLD moved up 8 positions in 31 days (42%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, J.Cole moved up 5 positions in 30 days (31%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Need To Know” by Doja Cat and “Levitating” by Dua Lipa Featuring DaBaby. “Need To Know” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 3, attaining 1.2M streams after it was released on June 25, and “Levitating” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 2, earning $3.02K+ revenue after it was released on October 1, 2020. “Need To Know” moved up 26 positions in 30 days (70%) on the song streaming chart, and “Levitating” moved down 8 positions in 30 days (-267%) on the song revenue chart

  • Bruno Mars and Lil Nas X Ranking Undisputed in the Charts!

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on August 3, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Bruno Mars, BTS, The Kid Laroi, and Lil Nas X

    The Most Streamed Artists are Lil Nas X with 3.1M+ streams; Dua Lipa, 3.0M+; BTS, 2.7M+; and Bad Bunny, 2.3M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Bruno Mars with $9.05K+ revenue; Isaiah Rashad, $6.04K+; Polo G, $5.91K+; and Dua Lipa, $5.52K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Yonaguni,” by Bad Bunny with 1.6M+ streams; “Happier Than Ever,” by Billie Eilish, 1.5M+; “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby, 1.4M+; and “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat, featuring Sza,  1.4M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Ain’t Shit,” by Doja Cat with $3.45K+ revenue; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, $3.30K+; “Skate,” by Bruno Mars, $3.29K+; and “Need to Know,” by Doja Cat, $3.18K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Lil Nas X and Bruno Mars. Lil Nas X has been the Most Streamed Artist on August 2, where he gets 3.1M+ streams after releasing his viral song Montero (Call Me By Your Name) on March 26. Bruno Mars is the Highest-Earning Artist on August 2, attaining a $9.05K+ revenue after releasing his hit song Leave The Door Open on March 5. Lil Nas X moved up 22 positions in 31 days (79%) on the artist streaming chart. On the other hand, Bruno Mars moved up 18 positions in 30 days (75%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song are “Yonaguni” by Bad Bunny and “Ain’t Shit” by Doja Cat. “Yonaguni” has been the Most Streamed Song since August 2, attaining 1.6M streams after it was released on June 4, and “Ain’t Shit” is the Highest-Earning Song since August 2, earning $3.45K+ revenue after it was released on June 25. “Yonaguni” moved down 2 positions in 30 days (-50%) on the song streaming chart, and “Ain’t Shit” moved up 12 positions in 30 days (67%) on the song revenue chart

  • Ed Sheeran and Juice WRLD Continues to Rank in the Charts

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on July 27, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     The Weeknd, Juice WRLD, Megan Thee Stallion, and Blackbear

    The Most Streamed Artists are Juice WRLD with 1.9M+ streams; Måneskin, 1.9M+; DaBaby, 1.7M+; and Post Malone, 1.7M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are BTS with $5.28K+ revenue; Post Malone, $5.20K+; J. Cole, $4.92K+; and Lil Baby, $4.87K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran with 1.1M+ streams; “Need To Know,” by Doja Cat, 1.1M+; “NOT SOBER,” by The Kid LAROI, featuring Polo G & Stunna Gambino, 1.0M+; and “Peaches,” by Justin Bieber, featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon, 1.0M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Heat Waves,” by Glass Animals with $3.20K+ revenue; “Deja Vu,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $3.15K+; “RAPSTAR,” by Polo G, $3.08K+; and “Traitor,” by Olivia Rodrigo, $3.08K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artists are Juice WRLD and BTS. Juice WRLD has been the Most Streamed Artist since July 26, getting  1.9M+ streams after releasing his hit song Wishing Well on July 28, 2020. BTS has been the Highest-Earning Artist on July 27, earning $5.28K+ revenue after releasing their popular song Dynamite on August 21, 2020. Juice WRLD moved up 7 positions in 31 days (39%) on the artist streaming chart, and BTS moved up 16 positions in 30 days (59%) on the artist revenue chart.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Songs are “Bad Habits” by Ed Sheeran and “Heat Waves” by Glass Animals. “Bad Habits” has been the Most Streamed Song since July 26, attaining 1.1M+ streams after being released on June 25. “Heat Waves” has been Highest-Earning Song since July 26, getting $3.20K+ revenue after it was released on June 29, 2020. “Bad Habits” moved up 1 position in 30 days (8%) on the song streaming chart, and  “Heat Waves” moved up 10 positions in 30 days (48%) on the song revenue chart

  • Dua Lipa and DaBaby Still Levitating on the Music Charts Ranks

    What you need to know about the Music Charts on July 27, 2021:

    The Most Influential Artists are     Lil Nas X, Juice WRLD, Pop Smoke, and J. Cole

    The Most Streamed Artists are Pop Smoke with 2.4M+ streams; Dua Lipa, 2.3M+; Bad Bunny, 2.0M+; and Polo G, 1.9M+.

    The Highest Earning Artists are Polo G with $6.44K+ revenue; Juice WRLD, $5.71K+; The Weeknd, $5.50K+; and BTS, $5.42K+.

    The Most Streamed Songs are “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby with 1.5M+ streams; “Kiss Me More,” by Doja Cat, featuring Sza, 1.4M+; “Butter,” by BTS, 1.4M+; and “Ain’t Shit,” by Doja Cat,  1.2M+.

    The Highest Earning Songs are “Levitating,” by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby with $3.39K+ revenue; “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” by Lil Nas X, $3.18K+; “Bad Habits,” by Ed Sheeran, $3.17K+; and “Beggin’,” by Måneskin, $3.11K+.

    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Artist are Pop Smoke and Polo G. Pop Smoke has been the Most Streamed Artist since July 24, getting  2.4M+ streams after releasing his hit song For The Night on July 3, 2020. Polo G has been the Highest-Earning Artist on July 26, earning $6.44K+ revenue after releasing his single hit RAPSTAR on April 9. Pop Smoke moved up 20 positions in 31 days (77%) on the artist streaming chart, and Polo G moved up 2 positions in 30 days (25%) on the artist revenue chart.


    The Most Streamed and Highest-Earning Song is “Levitating” by Dua Lipa, featuring DaBaby. “Levitating” has been the Most Streamed Song and  Highest-Earning Song since July 25, attaining 1.5M+ streams and gets $3.39K+ revenue after it was released on October 1, 2020. “INDUSTRY BABY” moved 0 positions in 30 days (0%) on the song streaming chart, and moved up 2 positions in 30 days (25%) on the song revenue chart.



  • International Artists Spark the US Charts: BTS and Maluma

    As this summer comes to a close, artists and labels in the United States remain extremely reluctant to release new music. The pandemic, the economic crisis, and the struggles over race and justice have all discouraged artists and labels from releasing albums since the beginning of the summer. This trend has continued to now. It has given international musicians an unusual, if not entirely unexpected, opportunity to appeal to listeners in the US and change the US music charts, typically, and still mostly dominated by US artists.


    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 — the most important change this weekend is the rise of artists like BTS and Maluma on the charts.


    BTS, the South Korean boy band, released its English-language single “Dynamite” this weekend, and it quickly lit up the US charts, raising BTS to the sixth Most Streamed Artist rank. “Dynamite” is now the third Most Streamed Song with 3.1M streams. The video has done far better, with 141M views in only two days, and has helped the song trend on US song charts.


    Maluma, the Colombian Latin pop and trap singer, kept his latest release, “Hawái” (Spanish for Hawaii) in Spanish. “Hawái” nonetheless broke into the top ranks of the US song charts, composed almost exclusively of English-language songs. The song, about giving an ex second thoughts about her marriage to someone else during a wedding in Hawaii, joined with BTS’s “Dynamite” to blow up the song-streaming charts. “Hawái” is now the fourth Most Streamed Song with 2.9M streams, and it gave Maluma the ninth position on the Most Streamed Artist chart.


    Part of the explanation for the rise of BTS and Maluma on the US charts is that US artists have released very few major albums this summer. Only three major artists, or their estates, have released albums that have significantly altered the music charts this season.


    Those three were: the late Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon on the July 4 weekend, the late Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die the following weekend, and Taylor Swift’s folklore, on July 24. Because there have been no major album releases this month, those three artists remain the Most Streamed Artists at the end of August. Juice WRLD is still the Most Streamed with 13.6M daily streams, followed by Pop Smoke with 6.9M, and Taylor Swift with 6.8M.

     

    Juice WRLD’s posthumous release was by far the biggest release this summer, if not the year, with an astonishing 77.7M-stream debut on July 10. The fact that Juice WRLD died last December 2019 has not prevented listeners from keeping him at number one for most of the time since his last album appeared. If anything, interest in his music has only increased since his death. The reticence of living artists to release music has only kept Juice WRLD at the top of the charts.

     

    The song charts tell a slightly different story because, instead of releasing long plays or even extended plays, most major artists have only released singles this summer. For example, Lil Baby’s “The Bigger Picture,” released June 12, dominated the song charts early in the summer because it spoke directly to the struggles over race and justice. More recently, Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Cardi B, and Megan Thee Stallion have fueled the song charts with their singles.

     

    Of those songs, Cardi B’s “WAP,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion has done the best, and it has gotten more popular over time. “WAP,” accompanied by its sensual music video, has been at the top, as the Most Streamed Song, since its release on August 7. After debuting with 3.4M streams, it passed 4M a week later, and now has 4.5M daily streams. In less than a month, the song has been streamed 60M times. The video has now been viewed 126M times on YouTube. On the strength of that one single, Cardi B is now the fifth Most Streamed Artist. Drake has similarly risen from singles alone. 

     

    His single “Laugh Now Cry Later,” featuring Lil Durk, released last weekend, is still the second Most Streamed Song with 3.2M streams. Along with the release of two other songs with DJ Khaled at the end of last month, Drake’s singles have propelled him to the fourth Most Streamed Artist rank, even with no new album. For now, international acts like BTS and Maluma have made their mark on the charts with singles too. This proves their appeal to listeners in the US and their potential to rise even higher with full-length studio albums.

     

    By Vince, August 23, 2020

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