HELLO FROM THE OTHER SIDE: musicMagpie Announce That British Singing Sensation Adele Is The Most Traded-In Artist Of The Decade
Adele is the most traded-in music artist of the last decade, according to data from re-commerce specialist musicMagpie.
Despite her worldwide success and enduring popularity, Adele’s albums 21 and 25 were the most traded-in of 2012 and 2016 respectively and in total over 500,000 copies of her albums have been sold to the musicMagpie site over the last 10 years.
Other artists to make the top ten list of traded artists include Ed Sheeran, One Direction and Lady Gaga. The most traded in artist of 2019 is Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi, despite scooping multiple industry awards and topping the singles and albums charts this year.
Liam Howley, chief marketing officer at musicMagpie, said “With 2020 on the horizon we thought it would be fun to reflect on the UK’s changing tastes in music over the last decade. Adele coming out as most traded-in is probably not that surprising for people given her continued popularity and the huge album sales she’s generated..
And the top 10 most traded of the decade really is a who’s who of music royalty featuring major artists from the last 60 years, who remain as popular now as they were when they first hit the charts.”
Top Traded-in artists of the last decade (by year)
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Most traded-in artists of the last decade (total trade-ins)
musicMagpie is a UK based tech business at the forefront of the global re-commerce revolution. It was founded by entrepreneurs Steve Oliver and Walter Gleeson, in 2007 in Stockport, UK. It has recently become the first company in the world to pass ten million in eBay feedback (with 7.9m reviews in the UK and 2.1m reviews in the US) as well as being the biggest third-party seller in the world on Amazon. Since it was established, it boasts an annual group turnover of £130m, and now exports to buyers in 140 countries around the world.
The site and mobile app allow customers to easily get cash for their unwanted tech items such as smart phones, iPads, MacBooks and wearables, as well as media items such as CDs, DVDs, Games and books. musicMagpie then refurbishes those products back to a good-as-new condition before reselling them for a fraction of the price of new on its own Store as well as global marketplaces, with all tech goods sold with a 12-month warranty.
Since 2007, musicMagpie has pushed over £350m of debt-free capital back into the economy, putting extra cash into the hands of over 6 million customers and thus providing a becoming a market leading service for both the consumer and one that is extremely friendly to the environment. The company is also the UK’s number one phone recycler, winning the What Mobile Awards four years in a row, as well as Tech Radar’s Mobile Choice Awards for the last two years and in addition to this, the company recently surpassed 100,000 reviews on Trustpilot.