Drake Becomes Most Streamed on Spotify’s PlayStation Music

Drake Becomes Most Streamed on Spotify's PlayStation Music
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A lot of people around the world are listening to Drake while they play video games. Spotify released some details about their users’ streaming habits on the PlayStation Music service, which launched last March. Spotify revealed that Drake is the most streamed artist on the service.

Drake’s reach extends to single tracks too as his “Hotline Bling” is the fourth most streamed track in the world. Major Lazer’s “Lean On” topped that category with Wiz Khalifa “See You Again,” The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” and Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” rounding out the top five.

When it comes to the smaller sample size of the United States, Drake’s dominance is more pronounced. He is not only the most streamed artist, but also maintains the two most streamed tracks in the country. Drake’s “Jumpman” collaboration with Future holds onto the top spot in the U.S. while “Hotline Bling” follows it as the second most streamed track.

Post Malone’s “White Iverson,” G-Eazy’s “Me, Myself and I” and Travis Scott’s “Antidote” are in the top five for most streamed tracks in the United States. Future, Fetty Wap, The Weeknd and Eminem complete the top five for most streamed artists.

Spotify’s analysis found that Saturday is the most popular day for streaming music on the PlayStation Music service. 8pm to 9pm on Friday is the most popular hour for streaming though. You can check out all the details at Spotify’s site.

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