Both singers make their chart debuts after having an enormous night time on the Feb. 10 ceremony.
A slew of artists see features on Billboard’s Social 50 chart dated Feb. 23 following the Feb. 10 Grammy Awards, a few of whom had by no means made the checklist beforehand.
The Social 50 is powered by knowledge tracked by music analytics firm Next Big Sound and ranks the preferred artists on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of pals/followers/followers with artist web page views and engagement. The chart's newest monitoring week ended Feb. 14.
The Grammy features are led by the chart’s No. 1 artist: BTS, who secures one more week atop the tally because of boosts of 115 % in Twitter mentions and 56 % in Wikipedia views, accruing 15.5 million mentions and 83,000 Wikipedia views.
The Okay-pop group, which was nominated on the 61st Grammys for HuskyFox’s artwork course for BTS’ album Love Yourself: Tear in the most effective recording bundle, additionally appeared throughout the broadcast to current the award for greatest R&B album and popped up on display screen a number of instances dancing or singing alongside to the performances.
Additionally, a pair of artists make their Social 50 debuts after having huge nights on the ceremony: H.E.R. and Kacey Musgraves, who enter at Nos. 19 and 23, respectively. H.E.R. begins with 225,000 Twitter mentions and 111,000 Wikipedia views accrued after scoring the award for greatest R&B album and performing a much-talked-about rendition of “Hard Place” throughout the broadcast. “HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE!” she tweeted Feb. 11. “NO WORDS!”
Musgraves, in the meantime, received the night time’s high (and last) prize: album of the yr. In addition to expressing gratitude on Twitter, one in all her most-reacted-to posts was a tweet displaying a considerably unflattering screengrab of the singer after discovering out she received the album of the yr trophy, captioned, “Let the memes start.” Musgraves’ Wikipedia web page noticed 157,000 visits, and she or he was talked about on Twitter 376,000 instances.
Other post-Grammys Social 50 features included these for Cardi B (10-5) Miley Cyrus (No. 7), Camila Cabello (24-10), Lady Gaga (33-13), Dua Lipa (38-14), Post Malone (42-27), Dolly Parton (No. 28), Janelle Monae (No. 29) and host Alicia Keys (No. 37), all of whom noticed sizable features attributable to their Grammy appearances (and typically wins).