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AWAL First: Week of Jan 1st


We have incredible artists releasing tons of new music each week, some of which claim a spot on our AWAL First playlist — a playlist dedicated to featuring some of the top performing tracks in the AWAL catalogue for the week, based on playlist adds, streams, and listeners.

This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the newest artists added to AWAL First Playlist, covering new music through AWAL from R3HAB & Khrebto, Bladee feat. Yung Lean, and Tremors.

1. You Could Be – Breathe Carolina Remix — R3HAB & Khrebto

In its first, huge weekend of release, “You Could Be – Breathe Carolina Remix” earned more than 211,000 streams from more than 151,000 listeners.

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You Could Be - Breathe Carolina Remix

“You Could Be – Breathe Carolina Remix” was featured on 36 playlists its first weekend, including five New Music Fridays in countries ranging from the United States to Thailand, Iceland, and beyond. 

AWAL Insights™: The guys are going crazy for “You Could Be – Breathe Carolina Remix” — 61% of its listeners are male!

2. Lordship — Bladee feat. Yung Lean

“Lordship” earned more than 51,000 streams from more than 15,000 listeners in its debut weekend.

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Lordship — Bladee feat. Yung Lean

“Lordship,” from Bladee’s newest album “Working on Dying,” showed its international appeal with an add to Norway’s New Music Friday playlist.

AWAL Insights™: Although it looks like people are enjoying “Lordship” throughout the week, particularly Thursday-Sunday, the most popular time to listen is on Fridays around 6pm.

3. Am I Your Type? — Tremors

Since its Christmas Eve debut, Tremors’ “Am I Your Type?” has earned upwards of 28,000 streams from more than 20,000 listeners.

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Am I Your Type? — Tremors

Besides appearing on numerous New Music Friday playlists around the world, “Am I Your Type?” also landed on Apple Music’s Best of the Week playlist.

AWAL Insights™: Although Tremors hail from London, UK, Scandinavia is loving “Am I Your Type?” — 44% of all streams came from Sweden, Norway, and Denmark!


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