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Spotify Recaps Your Most Streamed Songs, Artists Of 2017 -- Ed Sheeran Dominated Year Charts

See your listening habits for all of 2017. It may surprise you.
Spotify 2017 Wrapped

It is that time of the year already. It is time to look back on 2017 and take stock of what happened over the course of the year. For us in music, that means going over the best of the year. Spotify has rolled out its year-end content, with its most streamed artists and songs of the year, in addition to personal wrap-ups for each individual user.

If you aren’t a Spotify user, well this won’t apply to you, but if you are, then it is interesting to see your listening habits. You can head to their special Wrap page and follow the prompts to learn about your top genres (there are some strange ones), artists and songs of the year. You can also listen back to your top 100 songs in one snazzy playlist.

Beyond your listening habits, the world was listening to Ed Sheeran. He was the most listened to artist in the world, most listened male artist and had the most streamed album and song “Shape Of You.” Rihanna was the most streamed female artist, followed by Taylor Swift. Some emerging genres include melodic power metal (huh), chaotic power metal (isn’t it all?), chillhop, future funk (hell yeah).


Most Streamed Artists

Ed Sheeran
The Weeknd
Kendrick Lamar
The Chainsmokers

Most Streamed Female Artists

Taylor Swift
Selena Gomez
Ariana Grande

Most Streamed Male Artists

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Most Streamed Groups

Imagine Dragons
Maroon 5
Linkin Park

Most Streamed Tracks

‘Shape Of You’ – Ed Sheeran
‘Despacito’ – Remix – Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber
‘Despacito’ – Luis Fonsi feat. Daddy Yankee
‘Something Just Like This’ – The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
‘I’m the One’ – DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne

Most Streamed Albums

Divide – Ed Sheeran
More Life – Drake
DAMN. – Kendrick Lamar
Starboy – The Weeknd
Stoney – Post Malone

Emerging 2017 Genres

Melodic Power Metal
Chaotic Black Metal
Trap Latino
Future Funk
Cinematic Dubstep
Vintage Swoon

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