In a world of likes and dislikes, you will hardly get a singer as unanimously appreciated as Stevie Wonder.
The sharp contrast between his blindness and the permanent smile on his face can only bring admiration. Add to that an unbelievable talent that most of us sighted people can only dream of and all you get is an immense respect.
And even if you believe that you do not really know his songs, just put in a playlist of his, you will end up surprised to recognize so many sounds. His influence in today’s music is colossal.
In these Black Lives Matter days, reviewing the career in numbers of the singer that made the final push to sign the Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the least we can do. Signed, sealed, delivered, it’s yours!
She’s back! After yet another image overhaul, the ever-so-controversial Miley Cyrus returns with a new album, Plastic Hearts.
The former teen idol has been making rounds on social media this year, in part because of her high profile covers. What about her own music, though?
She’s released plenty of her own material since we first analyzed her career in 2017, including an EP, two studio albums and a bunch of stand alone singles. We’ll find out about their performance below!
So, are you ready to see a countdown of the best selling artists of the 2010s?
A decade ago, the music industry was completely different. We still had record players at home, downloads was the big thing, Adele and Drake were promising newcomers at best and nobody had heard about streaming platforms.
For artists, that’s the tricky part. A decade is long enough to see a completely new generation of music consumers replace the former one.
That’s why it takes you a lot of appeal to remain on top and why this list is made of the truly biggest artists in the World…
It has been nearly 4 years since we try at ChartMasters to portray the global music market the best we can. A significant component of it is audio streaming that we value thanks to platforms like Spotify, Genie, AWA and Xiami.
A question arises frequently though. Are Apple Music streams underestimated for some artists when we use only Spotify to extrapolate their success in western markets? Artists like Drake and Taylor Swift seem to perform better on the former software, so do we need to adjust their numbers accordingly?
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