R&B’s return to the forefront of Pop culture is imminent and powering its return is the British-born singer/songwriter Ella Mai.
Championed by in-the-know R&B tastemakers for years, the vocalist soared to new heights when her DJ Mustard-backed track ‘Boo’d Up‘, powered by a swelling fan base, sold and streamed enough units to impact the Billboard Hot 100’s Top Ten!
An inspiring feat in a world where many of her equally-gifted peers find themselves forced to make-do with positions on lesser-known charts.
Now, the Song Revenue Chart has shed light on just how well the track is fairing on a financial front!
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The last week saw the jam amass $10,903 from pure sales and $70,605 via streaming which saw it earn a brilliant $81,508… in seven days.
That’s right…$81,000 in a week.
As it stands, the song is outselling/streaming Ariana Grande’s ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ and became the first new artist to impact the Hot 100 with a top ten entry this year.
She’s the first female to earn the honor since Cardi B, whose “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” reigned for three weeks in October.