“The Joe Budden Podcast” Boasts Insane Year-End Stats After Rory & Mal Split: Report

Written by on December 30, 2021

On the finish of yearly, followers and artists alike go to social media to share their year-end streaming numbers, and this week, The Joe Budden Podcast has come ahead with a formidable stats sheet of its personal. This 12 months notoriously discovered each Rory and Mal — two of the present’s longest-running cohosts — booted from the present after an irreparable rift between Joe Budden and Rory, so numerous followers have been checking to see if its viewership faltered all through all the drama.

Nonetheless, The Joe Budden Podcast‘s self-reported numbers recommend that it hasn’t. Moreover, all of the numbers featured in its “2021 Audio Breakdown” exclude views on Patreon, and even with that main viewers being unaccounted for within the year-end rundown, it seems that the JBP is displaying no indicators of stopping.

Mal, Joe Budden and Rory attend the Joe Budden Podcast Live at Highline Ballroom on July 21, 2017 in New York City.
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In accordance with HipHopDXThe JBP managed to accumulate over two million performs per week for a complete of 104,000,000 performs in 2021, regardless of the Rory and Mal-related drama. Moreover, the podcast boasted a 78% common completion price whereas releasing a median of two podcasts, which averaged out at three hours and 15 minutes every, each week.

Take a look at the complete infographic, posted by The Joe Budden Podcast‘s official Twitter account, under.

Whereas many followers have been fast to confess that they had been fallacious to imagine that the podcast would fail with out Rory and Mal, others have identified one of many evident statistics featured on the stat sheet: the “International locations Reached” part. The JBP experiences that it reached 214 nations in 2021, however some followers aren’t too certain about that determine, contemplating that the United Nations solely acknowledges 195 nations on the earth. Whether or not that quantity was padded or merely the results of a typo, the remainder of the numbers featured in The Joe Budden Podcast‘s “2021 Audio Breakdown” are positively spectacular.

Are you shocked that Joe Budden’s podcast remains to be doing so effectively following Rory and Mal’s exit earlier this 12 months? Tell us within the feedback what you concentrate on these year-end numbers.

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