Jennifer Lopez & Shakira Enjoy MAJOR Sales Spikes After Super Bowl / J.Lo Dominates Streams

Published: Tuesday 4th Feb 2020 by Rashad

Super Bowl LIV is proving itself to be the gift that keeps on giving; just ask its halftime show performers – Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

As we previously reported, the latter – just a day after the event – saw her name atop iTunes real time sales charts with hits ‘Whenever, Wherever,’ ‘Hips Don’t Lie,’ and more.  Unseating some of today’s top hits (including numbers from Taylor Swift, Roddy Ricch, and more), the commercial response to her hip-winding performance Sunday night (February 2) even left Lopez’s hits in the dust as those tunes (i.e. ‘Waiting for Tonight,’ ‘On the Floor’) were found on the sales tally’s lower end.

Conversely, reports now reveal fans of the ‘I’m Real’ star – affectionately called #JLovers – are really showing their love via streaming services.  There, she’s outpacing her Colombian co-star by a considerable margin.

See the stats inside:

Report (iTunes):

In total, their songs sold 21,000 downloads on Feb. 2, up from just 2,000 on Feb. 1.   

Isolating each performer, Shakira’s total song catalog sold 13,000 downloads on Feb. 2, up 957% from a little more than 1,000 on Feb. 1. As for Lopez, her collected songs sold 8,000 downloads on Feb. 2, up 800% from a little under 1,000 sold on Feb. 1. It’s no surprise that each artist’s biggest selling songs on Feb. 2 were also tunes that were performed during the halftime show. Shakira’s top three biggest sellers were “Whenever, Wherever” (4,000; up 1,264%), “Hips Don’t Lie” (3,000; up 1,201%) and “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)” (2,000; up 1,456%). As for Lopez, her top three sellers were “On the Floor” (2,000; up 1,193%), “Let’s Get Loud” (1,000; up 861%) and “Waiting for Tonight” (1,000; up 1,266%). 

 

Report (Spotify and Amazon):

…J-Lo dominated on Amazon AMZN, +2.27%. A company spokesperson told MarketWatch that Alexa requests for the “Jenny on the Block” singer on Amazon Music rose more than 5x (426%) on game day compared to the previous Sunday, while Alexa requests for Shakira jumped 303%. Streams for J-Lo on Amazon Music also increased 432% on Super Bowl Sunday over the Sunday before, while Shakira’s rose 150%.

And in the hours after their halftime performance, Spotify SPOT, +5.33%  streams of Lopez’s music rose by more than 335% and Shakira’s music by about 230%, compared to the same window a week ago.

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Keep in mind, the reports above are only reflective of 2 days of activity.  By the end of this tracking week, we anticipate the boosts should spell handsomely for the ladies on next week’s Billboard Hot 100.

[photos courtesy of Getty Images]

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  1. Ugghh February 4, 2020

    Great. Let’s move on…

    • melinda February 5, 2020

      we cant move on from this infectious performance . cant recover . the most watched SB video ever wow . both ladies were great .

  2. Clarks0oñ February 4, 2020

    Post about bebe rexha complaining about only men dominating the chart. Only men have the most billboard entries in 2020 so far

    Camila is.the only woman on the list with 4 billboard entries
    🤣🤣🤣🤣
    Bebe acknowledged her

    .
    And u guys said Camila was cancelled and will be irrelevant in 2020.
    I have to laugh.

    • I’m back February 5, 2020

      Girl stfu! Billie is crushing that clown you Stan for! 😂😂😂😂

      • Clarks0oñ February 5, 2020

        Where is billie on this list

        Most #Hot100 entries of 2020, so far:

        12, Eminem
        10, DaBaby
        10, Mac Miller
        7, Roddy Ricch
        6, lil baby
        4, camila Cabello
        4, Don Toliver
        4, ed sheeran
        4, JACKBOYS
        4, jonas brothers
        4, Juice World
        4, Money BaggYo

        I’m still looking for billie or any other female artist on the list.

        And u guys said this was Camila’s flop era. Lol

        My oh my and first man dont have a music video or promo,or radio plays
        🤣🤣🤣
        They hate to see it

      • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

        The only thing we hate to see is you not being dead

      • Fancy BISH February 5, 2020

        Clark, you are just TEW MUCH! Anybody that isn’t Camiltoe is a threat to you lol 😂 I love to see it, boo, cause like I said it’s February and you’re not Miss Cleo or Dionne Warwick!

    • Gworl Bye February 5, 2020

      LOL this fool is literally the only one thinking about camila whatever her name is. In the real world nobody know who she is, otherwise she would have a #1 album and a sold out tour, and we all know that will never happen for her lol.

      • Fancy BISH February 5, 2020

        Yes! Tell it chile lol ✅ 💯

  3. Jungkook February 5, 2020

    Jennifer is still successful after 21 years of career in music and movies. Queen.

    • Carlitos February 5, 2020

      She’s such a beast. I love that b****.

      • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

        Jennifer is the epitome successful talentless person. I hope Shîtmila takes some notes.

      • Gworl Bye February 5, 2020

        She could write an entire series of novels of notes and will still never be in the same league as JLo lol.

    • melinda February 5, 2020

      indeed she is everywhere and she will last forever . what a queen .

      • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

        Too bad her kids don’t look like her. What a shame.

  4. Key To The Kingdom February 5, 2020

    Wow TGJ get it together!!! And reading is fundamental…realize that Shakira was already high in streams etc look at her monthly listeners on Spotify for instance..they make it seem like Jlos numbers eclipses Shakira’s but she wasn’t even being streamed that much before the super bowl

    • melinda February 5, 2020

      dont be delusional . we are talking abt streaming post SB . focus please and shakira is a force in streaming still jlo outshined her on streaming services . sales arent relevant anymore

      • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

        Let’s see how much J.Lo‘s next album will sell. Will it reach plastic certification?

      • Gworl Bye February 5, 2020

        Yall need to let go of that tired ass “sales-aren’t-relevant” excuse because its just not true. Real artists are still selling pure units, its your faves that ‘s not selling and have to rely on streaming.

      • ADELE4LIFE February 5, 2020

        Honey, Shakira’s streams are DOUBLE JLO’s. Get your fact right!

        TGJ once again confusing people by using words like “dominating” while forgetting to mention what they actual stream numbers were.

        JLO got a bigger percent boost cause she was starting from a VERY low point indeed.

      • Bogus February 5, 2020

        Gworl shut it and get ya facts right

  5. High Price February 5, 2020

    I’m so happy for Jlo and Shakira! Besides this superbowl showdown these ladies gave this past Sunday, It’s funny how the majority of our now veteran artist get so much praise today versus the artist of today. I wonder will the artist of today get this type of praise 10 years from now? I honestly love it. Although I like a lot of the music released today, sometimes I feel like I need to get my fix. So i go back and listen to music released from the past 10 or 20 years ago.

    • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

      The bar keeps getting lower and lower.
      Will the the newcomers of today be celebrated in 10 years? Let’s wait and see if they‘ll even be around by then. Payola Cabello is already struggling on her second album 😂

      • High Price February 5, 2020

        Lol right

    • Cûûmila Cebolla February 5, 2020

      Also is it just me or does almost every song today sound the same? I really miss the variety of genres and music we had back in the day. Today’s producers and artists seem to be following a specific „hit formula“ and it’s getting very repetitive and one-dimensional.

      • High Price February 5, 2020

        Facts! Almost no originality. Smh.

  6. ADELE4LIFE February 5, 2020

    How is JLO dominating streaming when Shakira’s stream are double hers?
    JLO had a “bigger boost” cause her streaming were extra low to start with.
    No wonder this site went from having 500+ replies per post to barely getting 10 reply on a good day.

    People got tired of your shenanigans.

    • High Price February 5, 2020

      Lmao! Love how you connected the site 😅. So true though.

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