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We're reaching the end of the year, and social media feeds have been filled with people's favorite artists from Spotify.... But it's now time to find out the most streamed artists, songs and albums globally in 2021 Wrapped.


Most Streamed Artists Globally

For the second year in a row, Bad Bunny is the most streamed artist globally this year with more than 9.1 billion streams.

The second most streamed artist is Taylor Swift, who has recently released "Red (Taylor's Version)" with the 10-minute version of her hit song "All Too Well." She's followed by K-Pop group BTS, Drake and finally, Justin Bieber.

Most Streamed Songs Globally

The most streamed song, however, is "Driver's License" by Olivia Rodrigo. The emotional lyrics delve into the end of a relationship, making Rodrigo a huge pop star with 6 nominations at the Grammys. The song was specifically streamed over 1.1 billion times with Lil Nas X's "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" placing second.

Third place belongs to The Kid LAROI's "Stay," featuring Justin Bieber, followed by another hit from Rodrigo, "Good For You" and "Levitating" by Dua Lipa.

Most Streamed Albums Globally

Finally, the most streamed album is Olivia Rodrigo's debut album "SOUR," which came out May 21st of this year. Second place is "Future Nostalgia" by Dua Lipa, "Justice" by Justin Bieber, "=" by Ed Sheeran and "Planet Her" by Doja Cat.

Congratulations to all these outstanding artists that musically accompanied us throughout 2021.

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