The R&B group Destiny’s Child are making serious moves on Spotify.
Find out how below…
The group’s second studio album is named ‘The Writing’s on the Wall’ and saw the ladies make a bold departure from the soulful and stately sound of their self-titled debut to soar into a sassy and arguably more youthful sound.
This, with help from Kandi Burruss, Darkchild, Missy Elliott, Kevin Briggs, Dwayne Wiggins and Jovonn Alexander.
This week, the 20-year-old album is making major moves on the streaming service Spotify thanks to its smash hit singles and album cuts.
As of this week, ‘Say My Name’ stands tall with 300 million streams (318 million to be exact) to its name which means it has generated $1.2 million on Spotify alone since it was uploaded.
As all four of the group’s original members are credited as writers, they can expect to pocket a sizeable amount from its earnings alongside their collaborators Fred Jerkins III and Rodney Jerkins.
DC aren’t the only acts rocking out on a streaming tip.
Elsewhere, the Sunship remix of Mis-Teeq’s British smash ‘All I Want‘ has now been streamed 15 million times across all platforms as Jess Lamarre‘s new single ‘Contact’ hit the 100,000 marker on Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music weeks after its unveiling.
Lizzo‘s ‘Truth Hurts’ has been streamed 239 million times on Spotify and eclipsed ‘Juice’s success on the platform as that single has been spun 96 million times since its January 4th 2019 unveiling.
Can’t trust anyone who doesn’t believe that Michelle was a very vital part of Destiny’s child.
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