This June marks the ten-year anniversary of Alicia Keys‘ debut release, Songs In A Minor. Since then she’s gone from strength to strength, but she’s returning to her roots with a deluxe edition and stripped-down show.
Today Last.fm Trends looks at her scrobbles to see how the material that broke her to the world is faring up a decade later.
“Fallin’”, her first single, still retains the #4 spot in her six-month chart, with the majority coming from last album “The Element of Freedom”. Her biggest track over all time is the international number one “No One”, arriving in 2007 and counting 2,575,425 scrobbles from 402,135 listeners.
The Recent Listening Trend on all Keys’ top tracks points downward; however tracks such as “A Woman’s Worth” on Songs In A Minor have a steady amount of listeners week on week. This should rise as listeners are reintroduced to the tracks on her deluxe version, but we’ll need to keep an eye on her charts to see if they can break the listener record of her later hits.