For a set of Grammy winners, the rewards from music's biggest night aren't stopping at the gold statue. Billboard reports that artists such as Mumford & Sons, fun. and Frank Ocean are on pace for a major bump in album sales following the 55th annual Grammy awards.
Ocean, who performed his song "Forrest Gump" at the awards show, is up for the biggest bump. His album "channel ORANGE," which took home the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album, may see an increase of 120 percent, according to Billboard.
Also in the running for strong numbers is Mumford & Sons' "Babel." The band's sophomore album won Album of the Year and could increase 50 percent in sales to sell the most copies for the week, reaching 55,000 units.
After Adele's "21" took Album of the Year at last year's Grammys, her album posted a huge jump the following week, selling 730,000 copies.
For more, head over to Billboard.