BTS, Harry Styles, Mickey Guyton & More Sales Surge After 2021 Grammy Awards

Here are the top 10 selling songs performed on the show, on March 14, according to initial reports:

BTS, “Dynamite” (10,500 sold on March 14; up 2,748%) Silk Sonic, “Leave the Door Open” (5,100; up 144%)
Harry Styles, “Watermelon Sugar” (2,600; up 945%)
Dua Lipa, “Levitating” (2,600; up 121%)
Black Pumas, “Colors” (2,600; up 1,850%)
Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now” (2,600; up 98%)
Mickey Guyton, “Black Like Me” (1,600; up 13,225%)
Cardi B, “Up” (1,600; up 5%)
Billie Eilish, “Everything I Wanted” (1,300; up 812%)
Maren Morris, “The Bones” (1,000; up 641%)

Beyoncé was the biggest winner of the evening, taking home four Grammy Awards. Her total trophy count now stands at 28, making her the female artist with the most wins ever (a point noted during the television broadcast). Her 28th win was for best R&B performance, an award presented during the television broadcast, for the song “Black Parade.” The track sold 200 copies on March 14 – up 743%.

Awards in 84 categories were presented on March 14, though the bulk of them were announced earlier in the day before the CBS television broadcast began. During the CBS show, 11 categories were presented.

Aside from the best R&B performance, the other on-air categories were: album of the year (Taylor Swift’s Folklore; 1,300 sold on March 14; up 3%), record of the year (Eilish’s “Everything I Wanted;” 1,300; up 812%), song of the year (“I Can’t Breathe,” performed by H.E.R.; 800; up 4,641%), best pop solo performance (Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar;” 2,600; up 945%), best pop vocal album (Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia; 700; up 111%), best melodic rap performance (Anderson .Paak’s “Lockdown;” 100; up 594%), best rap song (Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage,” featuring Beyoncé; 700; up 422%), best country album (Miranda Lambert’s Wildcard; 200; up 49%) and best Latin pop or urban album (Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG; less than 100; up 207%).

Source: News | Billboard

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