On-demand video was 22.8% of US music consumption in 2017
Posted on: 4 janvier 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

We reported on the latest music-consumption stats from the UK yesterday, but now Nielsen has published its data for the US, revealing even bigger growth for 2017.
Specifically, sales and streams of albums and songs grew by 12.5% last year in the US, driven by a 59% increase in on-demand audio streams.
Nielsen also noted that seven of the top 10 ‘most consumed’ albums were R&B / Hip-Hop albums, with these genres collectively seeing a 72% increase in audio-only on-demand streams last year.
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Source: Music ally

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