R&B Rock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market share written by MillardRupert 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 … See original here: 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 salesFor the first time ever, is hip-hop officially bigger than rock?For the first time ever, is hip-hop officially bigger than rock? Rock is dead? Not according to this global survey of market share was last modified: May 26th, 2018 by MillardRupert also-showsglobal-markethip-hop-andincreasing-itsr&bshare-fromstudythe-study 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest MillardRupert previous post 10 essential Nigerian producers you should know next post Is Nicki Minaj dating Eminem? You may also like Studdard tops weekend of musical variety May 2, 2018 Concert review | Brian McKnight with Columbus... July 22, 2018 Heritage Sandy Springs reveals Concerts by the... April 11, 2018 Get Your Sonic Ingredients In A Soundwhich February 13, 2018 RL Grime – 'Light Me Up' feat.... July 26, 2018 Grammy-Nominated R&B Singer Kenny Lattimore Cracks Top... July 10, 2018 ASTU treats us for an alluring "Staycation"... February 9, 2018 R&B Duo Ar'Mon & Trey Unveil New... May 11, 2018 Lana Del Rey, Ben Franklin's birthday, and... January 18, 2018 Glitz, glamour, R&B and soul at charity... February 9, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.