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 Canadian R&B singer climbs up billboard charts December 4, 2017 Spotify Removes R. Kelly from Its Playlists... May 10, 2018 10 Female RnB Artists You Need To... November 29, 2017 The Temptations Lead Singer Dennis Edwards Dead... February 2, 2018 Music Review: “State of Health” – Idiot... January 14, 2018 20 Classic Hip-Hop and R&B Albums Turning... April 5, 2018 R&B/Blues/Rock Roadhouse Band needs Bass January 24, 2018 Global PET Blow Moulder Market Outlook 2018-... July 19, 2018 Rs 51 cr released for Kathua Medical... January 16, 2018 D'Angelo Is So “Deep In The Recording... March 8, 2018 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.