AWAL First: Week of Nov 6th

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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 from AWAL members Madison Beer, Owl City, and Ryan Riback feat. Iselin.

1. Say It to My Face — Madison Beer

“Say It to My Face” experienced a huge surge its first weekend of release, raking in nearly 1,000,000 streams from over 300,000 listeners.

Major Playlist Adds

Say It to My Face — Madison Beer

In addition to being added to nine New Music Friday playlists worldwide, “Say It to My Face” also received a massive boost from its inclusion on the uber-popular Apple Music playlist “Today’s Top Hits.”

AWAL Insights™: The ladies are lovin’ “Say It to My Face” — 72% of its listeners are women, while only 28% are men!

2. All My Friends — Owl City

In its first weekend, Owl City’s “All My Friends” earned over 178,000 streams from over 113,000 listeners.

Major Playlist Adds 

All My Friends — Owl City

“All My Friends” found its way onto over 20 playlists, four of which were New Music Fridays from countries as far-reaching as Malaysia and Singapore!

AWAL Insights™: While “All My Friends” saw a significant amount of streams come in from across the globe it performed best in the United States with 72,020 streams.  

3. Do You Care — Ryan Riback feat. Iselin

“Do You Care” made a splash its first few days of release with over 141,000 streams from 110,000 listeners.

Major Playlist Adds

Do You Care — Ryan Riback feat. Iselin

“Do You Care” dominated playlists in its first weekend — it was added to over 100! And if you’re curious as to what to expect from this track, nine of those playlists have the word “dance” in the title.

AWAL Insights™: “Do You Care” also saw a significant amount of streaming support from the United States with about 130,668 streams. The track specifically saw spikes in streaming support from New York (15,897), Los Angeles (10,874), and Boston (4,786)

 

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