BTS Becomes Worlds Top Artist After Music Industry Registers Massive Growth – Pen 18

BTS has become the world’s top artist as the global recorded music market registered a massive 18.5% growth in 2021. This growth is as a result of the increase in paid subscription streaming according to IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry). Represents the recorded music industry around the world.Also Read – Indian Army Of BTS Screams With Joy As K-Pop Band Performs In India, Check Ticket Prices Here

According to IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry), an organization that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, the global recorded music market grew by 18.5% in 2021, driven by an increase in paid subscription streaming. Figures released on Tuesday in the IFPI’s Global Music Report showed total revenue for 2021 was $25.9 billion, reports Diversity, Although the free version of the report doesn’t attach numbers to all rankings, they are still very attractive: Also Read – BTS ARMY Shares Excitement As Permission To Dance On Stage – Tickets For Las Vegas Concerts Sold Out Within Hours

The top 10 global performers by value of each mode of consumption by consumption across all formats and across countries are: Also Read – BTS Army Goes Crazy After K-Pop Band Wins ‘Artist of the Year’ at Korean Music Awards for the Third Time- View Reactions

  • bts
  • Taylor Swift
  • Adele
  • Fly
  • Ed Sheeran
  • Weekend
  • Billy Elisho
  • Justin Biber
  • seventeen
  • Olivia Rodrigo
  • The top 10 global digital singles were:
  • The Weeknd ‘Save Your Tears’ (2.15 Billion Streams)
  • The Kid Lario, Justin Bieber ‘Stay’ (2.07 billion)
  • Dua Lipa ‘levitating’ (1.88 billion)
  • BTS ‘Butter’ (1.76 billion)
  • Olivia Rodrigo ‘driver’s license’ (1.73 billion)
  • Justin Bieber (ft. Daniel Caesar & Givon) ‘Peaches’ (1.72 billion)
  • The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’ (1.61 billion)
  • Olivia Rodrigo ‘Good 4 U’ (1.61. bn)
  • Lil Nas x Montero (1.6 billion)
  • Ed Sheeran ‘Bad Habits’ (1.57 billion)

The top 10 all format albums were:

  • Adele ’30’
  • Olivia Rodrigo ‘Sour’
  • Justin Bieber ‘Justice’
  • Ed Sheeran “=”
  • The Weekend ‘After Hours’
  • Dua Lipa ‘future nostalgia’
  • The Kid Laroi “Fa-Love” (Mixtape)
  • ABBA ‘Travel’
  • Morgan Wallen in ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’
  • Doja Cat ‘Planet Hare’

And, for good measure, the best-selling vinyl titles around the world were:

  • Adele ’30’ (862,000 global units)
  • Harry Styles ‘Fine Line’ (397,000)
  • Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumors’ (346,000)
  • Olivia Rodrigo ‘Sour’ (339,000)
  • Billie Eilish ‘Happier Than Ever’ (335,000)
  • Taylor Swift ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ (325,000)
  • The Beatles’ Abbey Road (283,000)
  • Nirvana ‘No Matter’ (274,000)
  • Pink Floyd ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ (272,000)
  • Taylor Swift ‘Evermore’ (270,000)

-IANS with inputs

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