Puff Daddy, Demi Lovato Surge up the Billboard Social 50 Chart
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 06.12.2014
Chris Brown also returns to the listů
Billboard reports that Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs had his best week ever on the Billboard Social 50 Chart and hit the No. 23 slot. Diddy surged in the rankings after the teaser for his new video, "I Want the Love," was released.
A clip for the video appeared on Diddy's revolt.tv and Facebook's proprietary player on June 2. The video garnered a 179 percent rise in engagement for Diddy online for the week ending June 8. He gained 116,000 new fans on his Facebook page. The only other time Diddy placed on the list before was No. 37 for the May 24 list.
5 Seconds of Summer went up from 6-2 this week. They released two videos from their participation in the Vevo lift program. The video drew a 49 percent in mentions on Twitter and a 58 percent increase in the weekly visits for their Wikipedia page.
Demi Lovato moved up from 15-5 into the top 10. He hyped her upcoming tour on her Instagram account to count down the days until the tickets went on sale. This helped to give Lovato a 129 percent rise in weekly reactions.
And finally, Chris Brown hit No. 42 on the list after his release from prison on June 2. Brown received a huge welcome back party thrown by his girlfriend Karrueche Tran. The online activity for Brown gave him a 337 percent increase in fans on Instagram and a 386 increase in fans on Twitter.
Chris Brown also re-enters the Social 50 at No. 42 after being released from prison on June 2 and posting his first pictures on Instagram since May. During the week, his girlfriend Karrueche Tran threw him welcome back party that was attended by Amber Rose, T-Pain and Big Sean. The online activity translates to a 337 percent increase in fans on Instagram and a 386 increase in fans on Twitter.
Rounding out the top 10: Justin Bieber stayed at No. 1; Miley Cyrus was No. 3; Ariana Grande; went down from 2-4; Taylor Swift went up from 13-6; Nicki Minaj went up from 10-7; Beyonce remained at No. 8; Iggy Azalea went down from 5-9; and One Direction fell from 9-10.