Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves & H.E.R. Score Largest Post-Grammys Streaming Gains


Brandi Carlile, Janelle Monae & St. Vincent additionally acquired boosts.

Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves, H.E.R. and Brandi Carlile are among the many massive winners in streaming after the 61st annual Grammy Awards (Feb. 10), because the acts drew important will increase within the music that they every carried out that night time.

In phrases of on-demand U.S. streams, Parton had the largest leap with "Red Shoes" (from the soundtrack to the 2018 Netflix movie Dumplin'), which she sang in the course of the ceremony. In the 2 days main as much as the Grammys vs. the day of and after the printed (Feb. Eight-9 vs. Feb. 10-11), the monitor surged by 526 p.c to 36,000 Feb. 10-11, based on Nielsen Music.

Other Parton songs jumped in streams following her medley efficiency on the Grammys too. Her recording of Neil Young's "After the Gold Rush" (with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris) gained by 263 p.c (to 20,000 streams) on Feb. 10-11 (whereas Young's authentic model noticed a residual 11 p.c leap, and to a good greater whole than Parton's: 43,000). Parton's "Here You Come Again" soared by 43 p.c (151,000 streams), "Jolene" confirmed a 33 p.c bump (379,000) and "9 to five" was up 21 p.c (324,000).

Behind Parton's "Red Shoes," the second-biggest gainer amongst songs carried out on the Grammys was Musgraves' "Rainbow," which ought to be of little shock to anybody who watched the ceremony, as she carried out the ballad earlier than scoring album of the yr honors for Golden Hour. The track, additionally the LP's latest radio single (which enters the Feb. 16-dated Adult Contemporary chart at No. 25 and Country Airplay at No. 58), leapt by 516 p.c to 536,000 streams Feb. 10-11. Meanwhile, the album is predicted to re-enter the Billboard 200 (dated Feb. 23), maybe within the high 15.

Other buzzy performances on the Grammys had been H.E.R.'s "Hard Place" and Carlile's "The Joke." "Place" grew by 441 p.c to 259,000 streams, whereas "The Joke" roared by 359 p.c to 382,000.

St. Vincent's "Masseduction," briefly carried out by the singer previous to her duet with Dua Lipa on the latter's "One Kiss," made the next-biggest leap: 334 p.c to 60,000 streams.

More massive good points belong to Janelle Monae's "Make Me Feel" (241,000 streams, up 107 p.c) and "Django Jane" (61,000, up 49 p.c), Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow" (2.three million, up 19 p.c), Post Malone's "Stay" (655,000, up 16 p.c) and Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Dark Necessities" (148,000, up 10 p.c).

In phrases of gross sales, as beforehand reported, all performers and nominees on the Grammys mixed for a 480 p.c whole gross sales enhance Feb. 10 vs. Feb. 9.

Streaming and gross sales Grammys good points will likely be mirrored on the Billboard charts dated Feb. 23, embody the monitoring week ending Feb. 7.