Most Streamed Artists, Songs, and Albums of 2021 on Spotify

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This is your chance to see how you’ve evolved as a music listener. Spotify has revealed the most streamed artists, songs and albums of 2021.

Puerto Rican Reggaeton star Bad Bunny has taken over Spotify as the most streamed artist this year. His recent album gained him 9.1 billion streams, even with its release two years ago.

Taylor Swift has come second with her release of album Red (Taylor’s Version) that is both old and new. Her fans have gone ballistic over this epic move, as it’s given them a chance to hear songs from their favorite era all together again in one fell swoop.

The K-pop group BTS had stunned the crowd with their latest single “Butter.” Besides being adored and renowned, the group took up 2021’s top three smoothly. 

With his sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy, Drake takes up the fourth spot. And in fifth place is Canadian singer Justin Bieber with new music from Justice.

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s license” topped the most streamed songs globally on Spotify. With feelings scribbled in words of this single, 1 billion streams were registered as it dominated global music charts for weeks at a time. 

Lil Nas X’s “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” grabbed the top 2 spot of the list. No. 3 on the list is The Kid LAROI’s “Stay” with Justin Bieber. The fourth spot is taken by singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo once again with her song “Good 4 U,” so we can totally say good for her. Fifth spot goes to Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” feat DaBaby.

Olivia Rodrigo tops the Spotify list once again with her album SOUR. This debut features some of the artist’s most notable work, including “driver’s license” and “Good 4 U”. 

Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia is the best track on No. 2 and Justin Bieber’s Justice takes third place, followed by Ed Sheeran with =. Lastly is Doja Cat’s Planet Her at number five. 

Here are the most streamed artists, songs, and albums that will give you an eargasm.


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