Wet Leg and Harry Styles streams soar following BRITs wins and performance

Last night, BRIT made headlines on social media with awards and performances of the best of British music. The night’s biggest winners included Harry Styles and Wet Legs, each with multiple wins, with standout performances from the likes of Cat Burns and Lewis Capaldi.

With an incredible number of up-and-coming stars nominated for this year’s awards, many from Spotify’s RADAR program for emerging artists, fans flock to Spotify to check out new artists and catch up with old favourites. I listened to it again.

Below are some of the biggest streaming surges Spotify has ever seen.

Wet Leg had an unforgettable night. Winning British Group and Best New Artist, the track saw a 161% increase in streams for her, with a quirky performance of her breakout track ‘Chaise Longue’. After the big night, Wet Leg saw a 312% surge in streams for her debut album Wet Leg.

Harry Styles picked up four incredible gongs, including Best Pop/R&B Artist, Song of the Year, Artist of the Year and Album of the Year. After kicking off BRIT with an energetic rendition of their time-tested track “As It Was,” it’s no surprise that Harry’s House streams on Spotify skyrocketed by 109%.

Rising star candidate Kat Burns produced a strong version of her hit track “go,” whose streaming spike surged 108% after a standout performance. Announced as a Spotify Global RADAR Artist, the singer’s songs are significant to her writers after her career blossomed with a 352% increase in global streams and a 227% increase in UK streams in this one year period. end her year.

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