SoundCloud Stats are a great way of understanding and measuring how your music or audio is received. Review your plays, likes, comments, reposts and downloads, discover which of your tracks are performing best, and what countries and cities they’re most popular in.
Glossary of Stats
Plays - We count a play once the play button is clicked. However, we don’t count plays on your own tracks, since those are your own plays. Plays cannot be removed from a track’s stats, and will appear below the track waveform and in your Stats page. Fore more details on the breakdown of play stats we offer, please go here.
Likes - Likes occur when you, or a listener likes your track or playlist and saves it to their Collection to listen to again. Likes will appear publicly below your track or playlist’s waveform and in your Stats page. Read more about Likes here.
Reposts - Reposts happen when a listener reposts your track or playlist to their profile. By reposting, the listener also shares your track or playlist to their followers’ Streams. Read more about reposts here.
Downloads - If you enable downloads for your track, your fans can download your track’s original file to their computer to listen to whenever they want. Read more about how to enable downloads here.
Comments - Comments can be a big indicator that your fans are engaging and enjoying your track. You can reply to comments to let your listeners know that you are reading what they have to say. Read more about comments here.
Where you can view your stats
You can view stats in three places: your Track or Playlist page, the Stats Summary, and the Stats Overview page. Below, we will go into more detail about what kind of stats are available in each section.
Track page - Below the waveform you will see how many overall plays, likes, comments, reposts and downloads your track has received. Please note: This is only for the web version of SoundCloud.
Playlist page - Below the waveform you will see how many likes and reposts your playlist has received.
Stats Summary - Available on your Stream page, the Stats Summary shows how many plays you have received in the last 24 hours, and the last 7 days.
Stats Overview - Your Stats Overview page shows an in-depth look at all of the tracks on your profile, and their stats compared to each other. You can break it down further by looking at each individual track, or category (plays, likes, comments, reposts, downloads, or RSS downloads).