Katy Perry’s Dark Horse and John Legend’s All of Me Gain With Grammys

The Grammy Awards were solid for CBS Sunday night, drawing well over 28 million viewers.

In addition to showcasing the best in music, the Grammys provided a platform for many an artist, including Katy Perry and John Legend.

Based on early sales data, that platform will lead Perry and Legend to strong sales and chart figures.

According to projections released by Billboard, Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" will see the best gain due to Sunday's Grammy Awards.

"In terms of digital songs, the largest seller of the songs performed on the show is Katy Perry's "Dark Horse," which was already the biggest selling song of last week. It's hard to compare her song to anything else that was performed on the show, simply because it was already the top selling song in the country — and gaining in sales — before it was performed on the broadcast. A week ago, it sold 261,000 downloads," reports Billboard.

Following a performance of "All of Me," John Legend will also see a jump on the next chart update.

"Among the songs performed on the show that are aiming for 100% or more increases this week: P!nk's "Just Give Me a Reason," John Legend's "All Of Me," Musgraves' "Follow Your Arrow" (up by more than 200%) and Taylor Swift's "All Too Well" (which may grow by more than 3,000% to around 18,000 downloads)," reports Billboard.

Official figures will be released in the coming days.