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Dove Cameron’s “Waste” & “Bloodshot” Combined For Over 500K Spotify Streams In 2 Days

Dove Cameron’s first two solo singles are attracting interest on Spotify.

Dove Cameron - Bloodshot/Waste audio cover | YouTube | Disruptor/Columbia

Dove Cameron released “Waste” and “Bloodshot,” the first official releases of her solo career, this past Friday.

By the end of Saturday, the two tracks had combined for over 500,000 Spotify streams.

Spotify says “Waste” received 355,226 global plays during its first two days of release. “Bloodshot” concurrently amassed 172,790 plays. Collectively, the two tracks thus boast 528,016 global streams.

As previously noted, “Waste” appears in the Top 15 of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.

According to Spotify, Dove is currently attracting nearly 2.6 million monthly listeners on the platform. In addition to interest in the new tracks, that figure accounts for songs from projects like “Descendants” and “Liv and Maddie.”

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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