Ella Mai‘s ascent to glory can only spell one word for musicians hoping to soar in soulful and romantic territory:
Rising from the UK, the Jamaican performer has watched her singles ‘Boo’d Up’ and ‘Trip’ restore the business’ confidence in R&B music by generating hundreds of thousands of dollars every month.
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Even with a decline of 6% the track earned $68,785 during the last chart week thanks, for the most part, to the $63,796 it pocketed from streaming platforms!
Sales of the track’s parent set have been modest on a pure front but that’s done little to stop the self-titled project from reaching Gold status with album-equivalent units of half a million.
Elsewhere, Khalid’s ‘Eastside’ sweeps up $69,000 as Ariana Grande‘s ‘Thank U, Next’ tops the Song Revenue Chart with $405,000 in the bank.