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In the days following Amy Winehouse’s sudden death, her Grammy Award winning album, Back to Black, saw a massive sales boost with skyrocketing digital numbers, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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Selling 37,000 copies in the two days following her death, 95% (36,000) of those albums sold were digital. Additionally, digital track sales for the artist spiked 2,000% over the last week, with 111,000 tracks downloaded. Earning the most clicks with 34,000 was her smash hit “Rehab,” which seems to take on a whole new meaning following the 27-year olds tragic death.
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The latest figures crush Winehouse’s last significant sales jump. In the week following the 2008 Grammys, which saw Winehouse earning five awards, Back to Black sold 21,000 digital copies.
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Frank, Winehouse’s first studio album, also sold a total of 7,600 copies this week –7,000 of them digital.
On the airwaves, the late singer received a total of 117 song spins last week. That number hit 301 on Saturday, July 23, increasing by 170%, Nielson BDS reports.
Winehouse will be honored by MTV with a 2007 concert special to be re-aired on Wednesday at 6 p.m. She was laid to rest in an intimate ceremony for friends and family in London on Tuesday.
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