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Music streaming facts and figures are included in this second part of an exclusive deep dive into Nielsen's Canada 360 music report.
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The company’s 360 Canada Report deeply probes the listening and streaming habits of music listeners, and the results unequivocally illustrate how music more than ever plays a big part in the daily lives of Canadians.
For the third week, Kendrick Lamar’s Damn. holds down the 1st place on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 12,300 total consumption units scored in the past seven days to Sunday, and DJ Khaled's "I'm The One" turfs Ed Sheeran's run at the top of the Songs chart with 5.5M streams.
From digital guru Mitch Joel: Pay attention to the little changes in technology and consumer habits rather than the big ones.
While Spotify still leads the world in streaming, Apple Music and Google are also players, as is China's Tencent Music Entertainment. In fact, the transition from physical to on-demand music is proving to be an accelerating growth industry with new technologies opening new frontiers.
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