Google Trends Data Reveals Most Searched Bongo Musicians by Kenyans
30 June 2020
By Paul A.
Google trends data has revealed bongo musicians who drew a lot of attention from Kenyans by the week ending June 27.
From the platform, Diamond continues to be the most interesting artiste with a popularity score of 43.
The data shows that Diamond is attracting interest from Kisumu, Eldoret, Nakuru, Nairobi, and Mombasa.
On the other hand, Rayvanny comes second with a popularity score of 22 with interest emerging from the same towns as Diamond.
Konde Worldwide president Harmonize comes third, with a popularity score of 21. He also attracts the most interest from the same towns as both Rayvanny and Diamond.
Kings Music crooner Alikiba attracted the least interest from Kenyans by the week ending June 27 with a popularity score of 2.
Unlike the other three, King Kiba had interests from mainly Mombasa and Nakuru over the same period.
An overview of the trends shows that over the last one year, Diamond remained the most interesting artiste, at one point attaining the peak popularity score of 100 during the first week of March.
Similarly, Harmonize and Rayvanny’s popularity remained relatively high throughout the year. On the other hand, Alikiba’s popularity has reminded low with an average popularity score of 2 this year.
The trending data does not come as a surprise considering a recent Billboard report revealed that most of Diamond’s YouTube views originate from Kenyan fans.
In the data, a value of 100 is the peak popularity for the term. A value of 50 means that the term is half as popular. A score of 0 means there was not enough data for this term. The highlighted popularity scores are for both the web search and YouTube video queries.