• 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.

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