CSPC: Lana Del Rey Popularity Analysis

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BIGGEST TRACKS – Lana Del Rey

The list of most successful songs is compiled in album equivalent sales generated by each of them. It includes the song’s own physical singles sales with a 0,3 weighting, its download and streaming sales, and with appropriate weighting too, plus its share among sales of all albums on which it is featured.

1 2012 – Summertime Sadness [Born to Die] – 2,550,000
2 2012 – Video Games [Born to Die] – 1,300,000
3 2012 – Born to Die [Born to Die] – 1,010,000
4 2012 – Blue Jeans [Born to Die] – 840,000
5 2013 – Young and Beautiful [Orphan] – 720,000

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tsaotd

Her sales are honestly really impressive for an artist that is considered by a lot of people to have few hits, Born To Die probably added another 500k pure sales since this update and is currently outstreaming nearly every pre-streaming era albums(it’s doing over 2,5m daily streams on spotify for some time), apart from actual monsters like Teenage Dream and Doo-Woops & Hooligans. Ultraviolence is the real surprise for me though, when it released it had almost a 80% drop from btd and now it’s doing around 1,5m daily streams, almost the same as albums that were released in the… Read more »

Isaac

Hello?? When is the update???

Togetic

Lana truly deserves an update as well as a re-evaluation of the comments. In the last update in 2017, it looked like she was a one-album wonder with no consistency. Now I believe her numbers are much healthier with her first five albums over the 2M mark (unless I’m mistaken) indicating a stable fanbase. Ultraviolence has also impressed on streaming, well over 3M units now and not as nasty a drop from Born to Die as it was at first.

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