Grammy nominees rise in the music store rankings

Candidates and Grammy winners have found a bump post-exposure classifications music store, while online retailers are riding the wake of the awards to the increase in sales.

Amazon, which followed the change in the ranking of artists after the Grammy officially ended, found Rihanna, Sting and Wiz Khalifa to be among the biggest winners.

Society, as well as Apple and other online music retailers, today promoted songs and albums artist Grammy, which is likely to help climb in the rankings.

Rihanna "Unapologetic" climbed 40 places, while Sting "The Very Best of Sting and The Police" jumped 713 points. Wiz Khalifa "O.N.I.F.C." increased by 38 points. The Black Keys, who have won awards as best rock song, saw his "Lonely Boy" move up one spot to No. 5, while the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, who performed with The Black Keys on Grammys climbed nearly 50,000 points.

Most of the biggest winners were the other lesser-known artists like Chuck D and Tom Morello, whose latest album jumped more than 137,000 and 17,000 points, respectively, on the list of albums Amazon MP3 bestseller.

Each musician's tribute to Levon Helm increased in the rankings, including Mavis Staples, including "You Are Not Alone" has climbed more than 20,000 seats.

The Zac Brown Band "Uncaged" jumped three places to No. 33 Alabama Shakes "Girls & Boys" moved up two places to No. 27, and Mumford & Sons, who had the album at home of the year for "Babel" pink No. 9 No. 16. Levon Helm, who died last year, has also increased, with his "Electric Dirt" jumping more than 36,000 points.

Meanwhile, 7digital - whose technology powers music services preloaded on over 60 million smartphones, tablets, connected equipment, and smart TVs - also received an increase in sales for the songs and artists in general. The company, which in partnership with Samsung, BlackBerry and other handset manufacturers, noted the percentage increase in turnover in the last 24 hours the average sales against the previous seven days to determine each additional song / artist.

Here are the rankings of 7digital:


    "I Will Wait" - Mumford & Sons 394 percent
    "Lonely Boy" - The Black Keys 367 percent
    "Could You Be Loved" - Bob Marley & The Wailers 367 percent
    "Adorn" - Miguel 353 percent
    "Blown Away" - Carrie Underwood 195 percent
    "Hey Ho" - The Lumineers 166 percent
    "The A Team" - Ed Sheeran 133 percent
    "Over You" - Miranda Lambert 133 percent
    "Home" - Dierks Bentley 133 percent
    "Daylight" - Maroon 5 133 percent
    "Suit & Tie" - Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay-Z 119 percent
    "Carry On" - Fun. 91 percent


    Dierks Bentley 294 percent
    Elton John 282 percent
    Carrie Underwood 194 percent
    Ed Sheeran 192 percent
    The Lumineers 170 percent
    Mumford & Sons 158 percent
    Frank Ocean 104 percent
    Kelly Clarkson 71 percent
    Fun. 56 percent
    Wiz Khalifa 48 percent
    Bob Marley 35 percent
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