R&B Rock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market share written by AlejandIOHN May 26, 2018 To be clear, though, the study also shows that retail sales of hip-hop and R&B jumped 24% in 2017, increasing its global market share from 10.4% to … Here is the original post: Rock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market share Related PostsRock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market shareEpic drought stressing California’s Giant SequoiasStreaming growth boosts R&B/hip-hop share of global recorded-music salesStreaming growth boosts R&B/hip-hop share of global recorded-music sales15 concert tours we wished hadn't skipped St. Louis in 201815 concert tours we wished hadn't skipped St. Louis in 2018 Rock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market share was last modified: May 26th, 2018 by AlejandIOHN also-showsglobal-markethip-hop-andincreasing-itsr&bshare-fromstudythe-study 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest AlejandIOHN previous post Efforts afoot to develop Billawar a model constituency : Dr. Nirmal Singh next post Beachgoers Rejoice As Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Summer Season You may also like Tinashe soars in new album 'Joyride' April 25, 2018 18 Of The Best R&B/Rap Collabs For... April 20, 2018 Jeffrey Osborne Releases First R&B Album of... May 23, 2018 Nine of the Best Colorado Jazz Events May 18, 2018 SoulBack (featuring DJ Soulchild) – The R&B... June 18, 2018 Kobalt signs publishing deal with Childish Gambino... May 1, 2018 It took years for Arin Ray to... June 14, 2018 Prelow and LostBoyCrew Unveil New Single SOME... June 29, 2018 Ella Mai's 'Boo'd Up' and the Long... July 26, 2018 Razdan posted as Dev Comm Works, Nisar... March 31, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.