Black Panther‘s official soundtrack has seen a 104% spike in streams in the wake of Chadwick Boseman’s death.
According to Billboard and Forbes, who cited Nielsen Music/MRC Data, the acclaimed Marvel film’s soundtrack has gained 103.5 percent between Aug. 28 to Aug. 29 with 3.5 million U.S. on-demand streams.
Between Aug. 26 and Aug. 27 — just before Boseman’s death was announced — the soundtrack’s songs had 1.7 million streams, both outlets reported.
The SZA-featuring cut ‘All The Stars’ clocked up 910,000 streams between August 28-29 (an 83% surge), while Lamar and The Weeknd‘s ‘Pray For Me’ had 486,000 plays over the course of those two days (up 84%).
Digital downloads of the Black Panther soundtrack, meanwhile, increased by 708% from August 26-27. The spike in streams and downloads could see the album re-enter the Billboard chart on September 12.
Black Panther’s soundtrack also includes songs from artists like Khalid, 2 Chainz, Future, Swae Lee, Jorja Smith, Jay Rock, and Travis Scott.
The film won Best Original Score awards at both the Academy Awards and the Grammy Awards, while Lamar’s “King’s Dead” also bagged a Grammy Award.