MF DOOM Streams Explode By 870 Percent Following Shocking Death Announcement

HipHop News Publicado en enero 13, 2021 a 1:51

MF DOOM Streams Explode By 870 Percent Following Shocking Death Announcement

On January 1, the day after his death was revealed, listeners streamed Metal Finger's tracks 8.8 million times.

MF DOOM left Hip Hop fans in a state of shock after his death was revealed a full two months after he actually died. DOOM’s wife Jasmina made the announcement on December 31, just as the dumpster fire of the year 2020 was coming to a close.

According to MRC Data, DOOM’s streams exploded by roughly 870 percent in the wake of his death announcement, with 25.4 millions streams in the week between December 31 and January 5 alone. On January 1, the day after his death was revealed, listeners streamed DOOM’s tracks 8.8 million times. By comparison, the late Hip Hop luminary’s music had been streamed just 2.6 million times six days prior..centered-ad {

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DOOM’s song downloads and album sales also saw a healthy increase between December 31 and January 5, growing 2,879 percent and 1,264 percent, respectively, compared to the week before. Among the most popular songs was Mm…Food’s 2004 single “Rapp Snitch Knishes,” which was streamed over 1.5 million times in the same time period.



Meanwhile, the Madvillainy tracks “Accordion” and “All Caps” were both streamed 1.4 million times. The album also re-entered the Billboard 200 at No. 7, the first time it’s appeared on the chart since 2014.

Stones Throw Records label head Peanut Butter Wolf confirmed a sequel to the Madvillainy album is nearly finished. During a recent episode of Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg’s Juan Ep Is Dead podcast, he discussed the project at length.

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