Chris Brown and Drake established large gains online this past week that both of them is respectively involve at bottle throwing brawl at a night club in New York.
Chris Brown and Drake rise on Billboard’s social 50 chart, The Social 50 chart is use to rank Artists according to how popular they are on Facebook, YouTube, Vevo Twitter and MySpace, by making use of a formula that merges weekly increase of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views and weekly song plays.
Drake go up by 28-20 with a 5% increase in profile views resulting to a 10% increase in his fan base, boiling down to 166,994 fans on Facebook and 164,932 Twitter followers (26.3% increase over last week).
Chris Brown released a new video through the charting week for additional aid in raising his online profile. video for "Don't Wake Me Up," from Brown's future studio album Fortune, has acknowledged nearly 7 million views since it release on the 11th of June, leading to 23.4 million overall plays to Chris Browns VEVO channel throughout the charting week. That's a 18.2% increase over the last week. Combined with other social buzzing, causes increase in Chris Brown 18-12 on the Social 50.