Wednesday, March 2, 2016


Whats going on in the music industry is very important to me. Considering music is what I live for, I need to know everything that is going on in the music world. I feel the need to know all about other singers life and what is going on. I enjoy reading and learning about new news that has to do with music. It my passion, it is what I love to learn about.

Music Week has crunched some of the numbers, just under a week after the BRITs, to find out how the annual awards swayed the public this year.
 Today James Bay is one of the biggest beneficiaries/ 
inheritor, of a post-BRITs boost. After performing and winning British Male Solo Artist, his debut album, "Chaos And The Calm", has sales up 321.3%, holding on to its No.7 place, while single Hold Back The River is up 197.5%, jumping 56-34.
He has won four awards. He had Adele as his last final closing act for that night with a performance, of her latest single, Adele’s 25 is up 144.1%, while the aforementioned When We Were Young is also up 144.7%, moving into the Top 10 as it climbs 13-8. Adele had the biggest week-on-week gain in download revenue for Hello. Something that stood out to me was that over a third of downloads came from US fans across the Atlantic.

Google Play Music  is a very helpful website. It is the official audio and download partner for the BRITs - analysed its overnight figures to watch how the live shows at the event boosted artist streams and downloads around the world.
In the secondary ticketing market where people buy all their concert tickets, Viagogo reported a 163% surge in ticket demand for Adele’s upcoming tour. For Rihanna she has a 147% spike in overnight ticket searches for Rihanna's Anti tour. Justin Bieber saw a 93% bump in searches. There are all very popular talented artist. They are some of the most famous artist in the world at the moment.

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