Following DMXBy the way, the fallen rapper has seen an increase in his music streams.
According to a Display panel report Monday, April 12, the post reported that the rapper’s streams had increased 928% in the US since his death was announced on April 9. Records from MRC Data, a data company providing statistics on music sales, indicate It’s dark and hell is hot The artist’s music received 75.7 million audio and visual streams on April 9 and 10, resulting in a 928% increase from the 7.36 million streams he acquired on April 7 and 8. April. DMXThe latter’s death was officially announced on April 9.
On April 9-10, X’s “Ruff Ryder’s Anthem” racked up 9.59 million daily feeds and is up 973% while “X Gon ‘Give It To Ya” received 5.79 million and increased by 900%, as reported by MRC. “Slippin ‘” and “Party Up (In Here)” also garnered 5.52 and 5.20 million streams, respectively. Other hits from the legendary rapper have also seen exponential growth in streaming. Together, all of the fan engagements match a triple-digit increase in the MC’s daily listenings.
The increase of DMXstreams started April 3 when news broke that the 50-year-old rapper suffered from an alleged overdose that resulted in a heart attack. According to projections, the daily flows of the New York native would be between 700,000 and 1 million flows before the incident. However, on April 3, streams started increasing to between 3 million and 4 million daily listeners before more than doubling a week later.
With streams, DMX The best of The album re-entered the Billboard 200 chart, netting 73rd this week.
Rest in peace, DMX.
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