Grammy Winners Sales Impact

February 11th
As expected, the Grammys have a tremendous impact on the album and song sales for the winners, performers and nominees. Here are a few charts to show that impact. Read: Music Week Article Here!
Grammy Winners: Album Sales Impact
Sunday Sales Unit Growth (Raw) Unit Growth (%)
Total Album Sales 32,459 19,690 65%
      Album Sales Grammy
Rank Artist Sunday Unit Growth Uplift
1 Beck 10,242              9,778 2107%
2 Rosanne Cash 200 139 228%
3 Miranda Lambert 2,739 1,902 227%
4 Pharrell Williams 466 315 209%
5 Ziggy Marley 87 55 172%
6 Ruben Blades 28 16 133%
7 Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga 1,442 817 131%
8 Toni Braxton & Babyface 121 68 128%
9 Aphex Twin 288 144 100%
10 Sam Smith            13,134 6,481 97%
11 St. Vincent 208 97 87%
12 The Band Perry 123 44 56%
13 Clean Bandit 80 27 51%
14 Erica Campbell 27 8 42%
15 Paramore 546 53 11%
16 Kendrick Lamar 344 12 4%
17 Eminem 1,513 (111) -7%
18 Carrie Underwood 830 (137) -14%
19 Tenacious D 41 (18) -31%
BAM Nuggets:

Beck experienced a tremendous jump in sales as a result of winning Album of Year; he had more than 2100% uplift in album sales on Sunday as a result of his award.

Beck’s “Morning Phase” had a jump of more than 2400% in sales on Sunday as a result of winning “Album of The Year.”

Sam Smith’s album “In the Lonely Hour” was the album with the greatest number of sales on Sunday among all Grammy Album Winners. An increase of 97% in album sales on Sunday.

Miranda Lambert’s album “Platinum” jumped 379% on Sunday as a result of her winning the Grammy for Country Album of the Year.

Grammy Performers: Album Sales Impact
Sunday Sales Unit Growth (Raw) Unit Growth (%)
Total Album Sales 73,352 38,892 89%
        Album Sales Grammy
Rank Artist Sunday Unit Growth Uplift
1 Beck 10,242              9,778 2107%
2 Annie Lennox 1,994 1,736 673%
3 Juanes 275 239 664%
4 Tom Jones 163 138 552%
5 Miranda Lambert 2,739 1,902 227%
6 Pharrell Williams 466 315 209%
7 Sia 2,790 1,584 131%
8 Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga 1,442 817 131%
9 Ed Sheeran            14,344 7,082 98%
10 Sam Smith 13,134 6,481 97%
11 Hozier 4,750 2,255 90%
12 John Mayer 724 340 89%
13 Jessie J 572 264 86%
14 John Legend 1,075 450 72%
15 AC/DC 3,415 1,401 70%
16 Gwen Stefani 97 40 70%
17 Herbie Hancock 140 55 65%
18 Kanye West 1,488 550 59%
19 Eric Church 2,080 749 56%
20 Ariana Grande 1,448 501 53%
21 Paul McCartney 138 47 52%
22 Madonna 381 123 48%
23 Maroon 5 4,171 1,237 42%
24 Rihanna 267 69 35%
25 Mary J. Blige 728 158 28%
26 Katy Perry 2,712 570 27%
27 Common 140 28 25%
28 Usher 256 37 17%
29 Beyonce 1,181 (54) -4%
  BAM Nuggets:

Beck experienced a tremendous jump in sales as a result of winning Album of Year; he had more than 2100% uplift in album sales on Sunday as a result of his award.

Annie Lennox saw a jump of 673% on her album sales on Sunday as a result of her performance at the Grammys.

Annie Lennox’s album “Nostalgia” accounted for the vast majority of her Sunday sales which increased 638%.

Out of all the artists that performed and/or won a Grammy, Ed Sheeran had the most album sales (14,000+) on Sunday and experienced an uplift of 98%.

Grammy Performers Song Sales Impact
Sunday Sales Unit Growth (Raw) Unit Growth (%)
Total Song Sales             596,911 295,945 102%
     Song Sales
Rank Artist Sunday Unit Growth (Raw) Unit Growth (%)
1 Annie Lennox 11,313 10,524 1334%
2 Juanes 4,279 3,867 939%
3 Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga 1,395 1,231 751%
4 Beck 9,512 8,303 687%
5 Madonna 17,061 12,646 286%
6 Pharrell Williams 11,153 7,510 206%
7 Tom Jones 1,381 907 191%
8 Sam Smith 80,969 51,339 173%
9 Miranda Lambert 15,994 9,810 159%
10 Kanye West 21,901 12,657 137%
11 Hozier 55,765 31,953 134%
12 Ed Sheeran         113,973           59,930 111%
13 John Legend 14,667 7,604 108%
14 Sia 23,257 11,656 100%
15 Herbie Hancock 203 101 99%
16 Ariana Grande 16,595 7,802 89%
17 John Mayer 5,825 2,510 76%
18 Katy Perry 36,658 14,565 66%
19 AC/DC 16,180 5,890 57%
20 Gwen Stefani 3,762 1,327 54%
21 Maroon 5 63,502 21,378 51%
22 Eric Church 15,008 5,050 51%
23 Mary J. Blige 2,358 721 44%
24 Adam Levine 1,236 308 33%
25 Beyonce 19,600 4,074 26%
26 Common 476 97 26%
27 Rihanna 9,105 1,224 16%
28 Paul McCartney 406 48 13%
29 Jessie J 5,483 645 13%
30 Usher 17,894 268 2%
  BAM Nuggets:

Out of all the performers on the Grammy’s, Annie Lennox felt the largest impact on her song sales with an increase of 1334% on Sunday.

Annie Lennox’s “I Put A Spell On You” saw an increase in song sales of more than 2800% on Sunday as a result of her performance.

Ed Sheeran had the most song sales out of all the Grammy Performers on Sunday with more than 113,000 song downloads (an uplift of 111%).

Songs with Greatest Song Sales Uplift
Sunday
Song Artist Song Sales Uplift
1 Heart Is A Drum Beck 2,754 7343%
2 By The Grace Of God Katy Perry 10,221 6537%
3 My Heart Is Open Maroon 5  13,650 4723%
4 Juntos (Together) Juanes 2,957 3951%
5 I Put A Spell On You (Fifty Shades of Grey) Annie Lennox 6,192 2807%
6 Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart Ariana Grande 5,343 2804%
7 Living For Love Madonna 7,478 1189%