Entertainment The Daft Punk phenomenon: "They already have several billion streams on Spotify"

11:45  23 february  2021
11:45  23 february  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Daft Punk 's disco hit " Get Lucky " has now been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify , NME reports. The single is already the most popular song in Spotify history and at the time of writing (August 22) it has racked up a massive 104,768,829 plays on the streaming service. Meanwhile, the official audio of "Get Lucky" on YouTube has also been streamed over 100 milion times, currently registering a play count of 111,781,151. On June 28, the song became the first single released in 2013 to sell a million copies in the UK, taking just 69 days to cross the 1m mark.

Less than three years ago, Drake’s “One Dance” made history by becoming the first song on Spotify to be played on billion times. At the time, that success was a huge moment, as it showed how big singles could become on the growing platform. Now, less than two and a half years after the first single saw Over the next year or so, many popular cuts will also become billion - streamers , and it won’t be long before there are 50 songs in this group. In fact, with one song already claiming two billion streams on Spotify alone (Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You”), the next major milestone will be to see several tracks

Les Daft Punk, légendes de la musique électronique, pionniers de la French Touch, ont annoncé leur séparation lundi. Le duo de Français, véritable phénomène artistique, totalise des milliards de streams sur l'ensemble de leurs titres, explique Antoine Monin, directeur de la musique de Spotify France, au micro d'Europe 1. © AFP The Daft Punk, legends of electronic music, pioneers of the French Touch, announced their separation on Monday. The French duo, a true artistic phenomenon, totaled billions of streams on all of their titles, explains Antoine Monin, music director of Spotify France, at the microphone of Europe 1.

The end of an era. French electronic music duo Daft Punk announced their separation from on Monday, after twenty-eight years of a legendary career. Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have signed their farewells with an "Epilogue" video, which exceeds 10 million views in less than 24 hours . The opportunity for fans to dive back into the duo's favorite titles. On Spotify, the Swedish streaming giant, the number of listeners has increased since this announcement, indicates Antoine Monin, Director of Music and spokesperson for Spotify France, at the microphone of Europe 1.

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Daft Punk announced their retirement on Monday by way of an eight-minute video called "Epilogue," which according to Pitchfork was excerpted from Electroma, their 2006 film. In it, the "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" duo slowly walk into the desert in total silence before one of them blows up and the Mark Carney, former head of the UK and Canadian central banks, has joined the board of U.S. digital payments company Stripe Inc, days after the company was reported to be planning a primary funding round valuing it at over 0 billion . "Regulated in multiple jurisdictions and partnering with several

The announcement came during Spotify ’s Stream On event on Monday (Feb 22), which highlighted the platform’s impact on the music industry over the past 15 years, and featured a slew of new product announcements. CEO Daniel Ek was joined by chief content officer and advertising business officer Dawn Ostroff and co-heads of music Jeremy Erlich and Marian Dicus at the "We’ll be expanding Spotify ’s global footprint significantly," Ek said. "This move will make Spotify available to more than a billion people in new markets around the world, with nearly half of them already using the internet."

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"As often in this kind of event, we see that the listenings increase strongly, we see that people look again at the catalog and the tubes of Daft Punk", specifies the door - speech from the listening platform, which announces its development in 85 new countries. The Daft Punk effect, between nostalgia, discovery and denial for some inconsolable fans should last a few more days, he says.

12 million monthly listeners

"It is already a phenomenal success in the world", recalls Antoine Monin, citing figures. "They already have several billion streams on Spotify, on their entire catalog, they have more than 12 million listeners every month and they are the emblem of this French music which has been exported."

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Pioneers of the French Touch, Daft Punk "opened the borders", assures the music director of Spotify France. "Today it is a phenomenon that we see more and more, the export of French artists abroad and it is really they who have opened the way.

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