bizarre he did it again. The music producer once again set a trend and achieved a new record. Accompanied by Shakira, with whom he published Music Sessions, vol. 53 dedicated to Gerard Piquethe Argentine was able to enter for the first time in the top 10 of Billboardthe US graph that crosses streaming data, radio releases and digital purchases.
Thus, the DJ and singer entered the number nine position of the Hot 100 billboard. This is the first time a Bizarrap song has managed to reach the top 10 and the fifth for Shakira.
The last time the Colombian singer had achieved that result had been in 2007 (“Beautiful Liar” ft Beyoncé). At the same time, the song entered number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart and number two on the Billboard Global 200 (which excludes the United States).
Furthermore, he is the first Argentine to add more than 50 million monthly listeners on Spotify and is ranked 35 of the most streamed artists in the world.
As for other records it broke, it was the first Latin song to achieve 100 million streams on Spotify in less than 8 days. As for YouTube, the song of the moment already adds nearly 200 million views.
“What has been a catharsis and an outlet for me, I never thought I would go straight to number one in the world at 45 and in Spanish,” Shakira said on her Instagram account, adding, “I want to hug millions of women who rebel against those who make us feel insignificant”.
The Billboard Hot 100 is the ranking of the magazine specializing in music that crosses streaming data, radio releases and digital purchases in the United States of all genres.
Women don’t cry, they invoice
January 11 was the day Shakira chose to start “monetising” the break. As measured by the Findasense Data & Intelligence team, in just 24 hours, Session #53 added more than 68 million views across YouTube and Spotify. Specifically, about 51 million views on the video platform and, in the case of Spotify, the song has been listened to 17 million times.
Spotify pays around by 0.037 cents and YouTube 0.0069 cents per playback.
Session #53 is the third song Shakira has released since the split. The first was Monotony and the second Congratulationsboth with some success but far from the impact achieved in his collaboration with the Argentinean Bizarrap.
In the first 32 hours after the release of Session #53, Shakira reportedly grossed the heartbreak trilogy 28 million euros. 83.7% of these earnings are obtained through the streaming platform Spotify while YouTube contributes the remaining 16.23%.
Thus, every minute Shakira pockets approximately €19,747according to the Findasense estimate.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.