Though many have tried, few have supported Contemporary R&B music in the way the British performer Ella Mai has this year.
For, after polluting the net with poorly written “vibey” cuts, the generation of artists who came before Mai’s chart ascent now cower in the face of her smash hit singles ‘Boo’d Up’ and ‘Trip.’Array
Says who? The general public who have supported the latter single in their millions.
The cut was streamed 10,234,000 times during the last chart week and earned $75,350 from the likes of Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer and TIDAL because of it.
On a pure sales tip it earned $6,916 with 7,600 copies sold.
The result? $82,266 earned in the space of seven days.
Soaring into retailers is the starlet’s self-titled album on October 12th.