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Limp Bizkit Streams and sales have grown tremendously since they talked a lot about their performances over the past weekend Lollapalooza.

Fred Durst’s band attended an event at Grant Park in Chicago on Saturday, July 31st. Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Trippie Redd, Freddie Gibbs, Angels and air waves, Mark Rebillet and others.

After their performances, Limp Bizkit became a popular topic on Twitter for the rest of the weekend, which led to an increase in the overall consumption of their discos.

On Sunday and Monday (August 1 and 2), the group recorded 1.9 million required flows, according to MRC. Billboard). This is 27% more than last Sunday and Monday (July 25 and 26), when the group had a turnover of 1.5 million soums.

During this time, the band’s song sales increased by 100 percent, but on a very small scale – from 500 songs to 1,000.

Fred Durst and Wes Borland, Limp Bizkit will perform on stage during the 2021 Lollapalooza. CREDIT: Kevin Mazur / Getty Images

Limp Bizkit completed the Lollapalooza collection with a preview of the track from his new album.

“This song is here, just for you,” Durst told the crowd and those watching the Lollapalooza live broadcast. “It’s a song from our new album, Dad Vibes. I want to see everyone dance now. Let’s see how you do it.”

The set of the rap-metal band was also noteworthy Durst debuted his unusual new look on stage.

The front singer was wearing a gray wig, big red glasses and a black jacket.

The band has yet to follow their 2011 album “Golden Cobra”, Though their long-awaited sixth album “Stampede Of The Disco Elephants” remains in the works.

“I think [Durst’s] Finally, he picks a collection of these songs and finishes them, and we finish the record, ”guitarist Wes Borland said in June. “So the fingers crossed.”



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