Jennifer Lopez saw her Spotify streams spike to over 335% after her Super Bowl halftime LIV show.
The 50-year-old pop star took to the stage during the halftime show with co-headliner Shakira and welcomed special guests Bad Bunny and J Balvin to join them on Sunday night (02.02.20), and each of their Spotify streams have jumped since their epic performance.
J-Lo’s music saw an 335% increase, with her hit song ‘Get Right’ soaring the most with a 735% jump.
Other songs she performed that night also got a boost, as ‘Waiting for Tonight’ went up to 685%, ‘Let’s Get Loud’ to 570% and ‘Jenny From the Block’ to over 545%.
Meanwhile, Shakira saw her music soar to 230% as her track ‘Empire’ had a huge 2135% increase.
The 43-year-old singer’s other tracks also saw a big rise following her appearance, as ‘She Wolf’ sparked over 905%, ‘Whenever, Wherever’ was up to 705% and ‘Hips Don’t Lie’ boosted more than 430%.
Bad Bunny – who joined Shakira on stage – saw an increase of more than 24% in the hours since the halftime show while J Balvin – who joined J-Lo – saw an increase of more than 16%.
What’s more, Demi Lovato – who kicked off the night’s event with her rendition of the national anthem – saw an increase in her music streaming of over 31% following the telecast.
Meanwhile, Lopez sent Shakira an empowering "girl power" message on social media ahead of their co-headlining sets.
The pair became the first Latin headliners of the sporting showpiece when they took to the stage at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.
Jennifer tweeted: "So excited to share the stage with you tonight @Shakira!
"Let’s show the world what two little Latin girls can do. #LetsGetLoud #GirlPower #SuperBowlLIV #SBLIV (sic)"