While this year the songs from the live shows aren't available to download from iTunes, they are on Spotify to be streamed.
And that means we can see exactly how many people are listening to the music put out by the acts.
Just under 24 hours since last night's latest performances, Matt is once again ahead of the pack.
The favourite to win topped last week's chart and is on course to do the same again.
Emily Middlemas is second in the rankings alongside Freddy Parker, who seems to have bounced back from the bottom three with his Motown song choice.
Honey G is next with her latest song not quite doing as well as last week's, but still being listened to more than most of the other acts.
At the bottom end of the pack is a three-way tie with Saara Aato, Gifty Louise and Four Of Diamonds being listened to the least by Spotify users - could they be in danger tonight?
Of course, the streaming figure don't directly impact the results so we'll have to tune in to X Factor tonight to see who people actually vote for.
X Factor 2016 streaming figures
Week 2, Motown.
Numbers rounded to nearest 100 streams.
Correct as of 4:30PM, Sunday 16 October.
Matt Terry - 3,800
Freddy Parker - 3,000
Emily Middlemas - 3,000
Honey G - 2,900
Relley C - 2,000
5 After Midnight - 2,000
Sam Lavery - 2,000
Ryan Lawrie - 1,900
Saara Aalto - 1,600
Gifty Louise - 1,600
Four of Diamonds - 1,600
The X Factor 2016 airs live tonight at 8PM on ITV as another act is sent home.