All eyes turned to this year’s star-studded lineup of artists, performers, and honorees on music’s biggest night of the year. From moving tributes commemorating late icons to song debuts, hearts were heavy as an emotional sentiment saturated the evening.
The ceremony’s resounding impact carries through, as listeners on Spotify explore the music of artists who took the stage throughout the evening.
Below are some of the most notable streaming surges on Spotify post the Grammy Awards:
- Camila Cabello’s brand new track “First Man” increased more than 1,000% after her heartfelt performance, a tribute to her father at the awards show.
- Boyz II Men’s 1991 song “It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday” soared more than 1275% post-telecast versus the previous day thanks to their poignant performance alongside Alicia Keys, a tribute to Kobe Bryant.
- Gary Clark Jr.’s powerful performance of his track “This Land” led to an increase of more than 950%.
- The moving tribute performance honoring the late rapper, Nipsey Hussle led to more than a 740% jump of the song “Higher” by DJ Khaled feat. Nipsey Hussle, and John Legend.
- Newly-anointed honoree, Tyler, The Creator lit up the stage with an electrifying performance, pushing streams to surge over 500% of the fiery track “NEW MAGIC WAND.”
- Artists who saw notable streaming spikes of their catalogs after the telecast include Tanya Tucker (with an impressive over 250% jump), Gary Clark Jr., Nipsey Hussle, Demi Lovato, andTyler, The Creator.