The Least Popular Bands and Artists In America: Chris Brown, R. Kelly and More

Last week, we all saw that America sure has an unusual loyalty to certain artists including Juicy J (here's looking at you Tennessee) but what about the other end of the spectrum? Music blog "Music Machinery" released a graphic using aggregated data from The Echo Nest illustrating which artists are the most forgotten across the United States.

So which artists have been left in the dust? See who out of the 12 misfit musicians have been feeling a lack of audio love lately.

Haim

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Forgotten in Indiana, Ohio, Mississippi, Arizona, and Florida. Wait, didn’t they just start?

Luke Bryan

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Forgotten in California, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Rhode Island. We’ll be honest, we’re not sure who he is.

The Rolling Stones

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Forgotten in Virginia, Oklahoma, and Hawaii.

R. Kelly

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Forgotten in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Minnesota, Colorado, Utah, South Dakota, Nebraska, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine.

We don’t feel sorry for him.

Bon Iver

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Forgotten in Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas, where they have also moved on from flannel.

2Pac

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Forgotten in Kansas and Pennsylvania.

Bob Marley

Forgotten in Wisconsin, Michigan, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Dakota, and Alabama. Now that’s sad.

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CHVRCHES

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Forgotten in Louisiana, West Virginia, and Delaware.

Chris Brown

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Forgotten in Illinois and Vermont. Again, we don’t exactly feel bad for him.

Radiohead

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Forgotten in Kentucky. Along with the ’90s.