Usher‘s discography has seen an increase in streams and sales following his performance at Super Bowl 58’s halftime show, Billboard reports.

The publication cited initial reports from Luminate, which showed on-demand U.S. streams of his music went up 46% — from 24.6 million between February 9-10 to 35.9 million between February 11-12.

His music also saw a rise in downloads: It accrued 27,000 downloads on February 11-12, up from the 9,000 downloads on February 9-10, prior to the halftime show.

Getting into specifics, Usher’s single “Yeah!” featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris saw the biggest rise in streams and sales, garnering 4.8 million official on-demand U.S. streams on February 11-12, a 105% rise from the 2.3 million streams accrued two days prior. It accrued 7,000 downloads on February 11-12, up 424% from February 9-10, when there were only 1,000 downloads.

“Love in This Club” featuring Jeezy followed, earning 2.4 million streams, 147% more than the previous two days. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love” with Pitbull came after, with 2.1 million streams accumulated on February 11-12, up from 1.2 million on February 9-10.

Additionally, the Alicia Keys-assisted “My Boo” jumped 158% from 1.2 million on February 9-10 to 3 million streams February 11-12, and “U Got It Bad” saw an increase in sales, jumping from 1,000 on February 9-10 to 3,000 after the Super Bowl.

In other Usher news, he’s added dates to his Past Present Future Tour: a sixth show in Atlanta and a third in Houston; tickets for both shows go on sale Friday. He’s also in the headlines for his interview with People, in which he discussed his marriage to ex-wife Tameka Foster, wanting to collaborate with Justin Timberlake and more.

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