The Weeknd Owns This Week’s Songs Revenue Chart With ‘After Hours’

Published: Thursday 2nd Apr 2020 by David

It’s The Weeknd‘s world…and his Pop peers are just living in it.

Find out how the megastar is outperforming each and everyone of his closest competitors below…

The artist’s latest album ‘After Hours’ sees him draw from the sounds of yesteryear to offer his fans tales of love, lust, substance abuse and loneliness.

Today, the project stands as one of the fastest-selling/streamed releases to impact the charts in the last decade, outperforming albums launched by Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Camila Cabello, Daniel Caesar and Selena Gomez.

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This week the album’s singles and supporting tracks are dominating the US Songs Revenue Chart with major earnings.

Here’s a breakdown.

‘Blinding Lights’ ended the week with $194,000 earned, as income generated from individual tracks ‘In Your Eyes’, ‘Save Your Years’, ‘Escape From L.A.’, ‘Repeat After Me’ and ‘Until I Bleed Out’  glides over the $500,000 mark when combined.


A reminder that the general public will invest in an artist when they know they are getting value for money.


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  1. XYZ April 2, 2020

    Weeknd’s Album is interesting and cohesive. It has uptunes and heartbreak and a diverse yet cohesive Sound. Thats why he is successful. Coming to your Facebook question, Justin’s new album is boring as hell and sounds like one long and boring song. Camilla has some nice songs but her voice is too annoying to listen for 45 mins straight to it and Selena’s album was kind of meh also. Weeknd brought the freshest product to the table and he won

  2. Fancy BISH April 2, 2020

    The After Hours era already feels like it’s going to be iconic ? I love the album! Abel clearly had a vision for himself! The artist comes in with a creative direction if they have that power or freedom…you can assemble the best writers and producers, but if the artist doesn’t know what they ultimately want or is stubborn trying to ACT like they know what they want knowing that they don’t , it will show in the music…this isn’t shade, this is fact…I’ll say this much, there are many of “albums” that could’ve been saved by being turned into an EP real quick by a smart team…just a little tea ☕️

  3. PinotNoir April 2, 2020


    • MikeCiWeekBrunoMinaj April 2, 2020

      Your mother disagrees ??‍♀️

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