AWAL First: Week of Oct 30th

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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 through AWAL from RedOne (with Daddy Yankee, French Montana, and Dinah Lake), Happy Sometimes, and Tritonal feat. Laurell.

1. Boom Boom — RedOne, Daddy Yankee, French Montana, and Dinah Jane

The epic collaboration between RedOne, Daddy Yankee, French Montana, and Dinah Jane, “Boom Boom,” had a massive debut weekend with over 1 million streams from over 564,000 listeners.

Major Playlist AddsBoom Boom — RedOne, Daddy Yankee, French Montana, and Dinah Jane

“Boom Boom” was added to a whopping 15 New Music Friday playlists from all over the world, along with the super-popular Fuego crossover playlist, showing its international appeal from all sides.

AWAL Insights™: The East Coast is slightly more obsessed with “Boom Boom” than the West Coast — 43,000 of its streams are from New York City, and 31,000 from Los Angeles!

2. Love for the Weekend — Happy Sometimes

In its first weekend, “Love for the Weekend” by Happy Sometimes earned over 175,000 streams from over 145,000 listeners.

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Love for the Weekend — Happy Sometimes

“Love for the Weekend” landed on five New Music Friday playlists along with multiple mood-based playlists including Fresh & Chill and, of course, Mood Booster.

AWAL Insights™: Though the biggest chunk of listeners hail from the United States (73%), the second-largest group is actually from Sweden (6%)!

3. Good Thing - Vigel Remix — Tritonal feat. Laurell

“Good Thing - Vigel Remix” had a great first few days with over 78,000 streams from 47,000 listeners.

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Good Thing - Vigel Remix — Tritonal feat. Laurell

Besides its inclusion on New Music Friday in US, “Good Thing - Vigel Remix” had some nice support from user-curated playlists as well, many of them focused on the video-game realm.

AWAL Insights™: “Good Thing - Vigel Remix’s” listeners are overwhelmingly male — 73%, in fact!

 

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