Streaming Masters – Eminem

Not many gave him much credit when he debuted. More than 20 years later, Eminem is far and away the greatest selling artist of the world since he first started.

His next target is to reach the Top 10 acts of all-time, a goal which is more and more within’ his reach thanks to his unbelievable streaming numbers listed below.

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Streaming Masters – Coldplay

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With a discography that includes such hits as Yellow, Clocks, The Scientist, In My Place, Fix You, Viva La Vida, Paradise, A Sky Full Of Stars, Hymn For The Weekend, and Something Just Like This?, just how impressive are the overall streaming numbers for British act Coldplay.

With such a deep and highly successful catalog, being a given, what kind of numbers can we expect from them, on platforms such as Spotify and YouTube? Without further ado, let’s find out.

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Streaming Masters – BTS

BTS

K-Pop superstars BTS are bigger and bigger each year, beating each time their previous sales. They dominated 2020 like no one else, they will now try to replicate this feat in 2020 thanks to their upcoming releases.

One may wonder if their streams are just as good as their pure sales so let’s review their performances online.

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Streaming Masters – Neil Young

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50 years ago, Neil Young was recording the iconic album Harvest. Back then, his label refused his request to use a LP sleeve that biodegrades.

This little side story reveals how ahead of his time the artist has always been.

While it’s easily to claim the Canadian legend has a lot of things to say, how many still listen to him nowadays?

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Streaming Masters – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

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In the history of music, most supergroups failed to meet expectations. One of them crushed them all yet: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Former members of Buffalo Springfield, The Hollies and The Byrds combined their skills to invade airwaves in late 60s and early 70s.

Half a century after their golden period, how is their discography performing on streaming platforms?

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Streaming Masters – Buffalo Springfield

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The short-lived band Buffalo Springfield is often seen as the breakthrough group of two legends, Neil Young and Stephen Stills.

While subsequent catalogs of their members are difficult to compare with, the band still managed to score one big smash hit that remains incredibly popular to this day…

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Streaming Masters – Stevie Wonder

Stevie Wonder by Christopher Clark

By his 25th birthday, Stevie Wonder was recording his 18th studio album. This was going to be his 3rd consecutive Grammy’s Album Of The Year award, a feat which remains an all-time record.

Some 45 years later, the artist is naturally way less prolific than he used to be – his last studio album came out in 2005. Are streamers still enjoying his amazing catalog yet?

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Streaming Masters – Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill perfectly switched from her successful stint with the Fugees to her solo career.

Her album The Miseducation Of… had a deep impact on an entire generation. Are people still learning from its songs more than two decades later?

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Streaming Masters – Fugees

Fugees

After a discreet first album, the Fugees exploded with their sophomore effort The Score to become one of the most iconic groups of the 90s.

How popular remain songs like Killing Me Softly, Ready or Not or Fu-Gee-La?

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