In 2021, Bad Bunny was the world’s largest artist on Spotify with 9 billion streams. This year he doubled that number.
Spotify announced on Wednesday (November 30) that Bad Bunny has become the service’s largest global artist for the third straight year after his music has been streamed over 18.5 billion times on the platform.
But that 2022 number is even more mind-blowing than it might first sound — as the independent Puerto Rican superstar actually managed to DOUBLE his stream count for the service this year from 2021.
Last year, Bad Bunny got over 9.1 billion streams and reached that tally without even releasing an album in 2021.
In 2020 he had surpassed 8.3 billion Streams on Spotify until December 1st.
2019, Post Malone maintained the place of the most streamed artist worldwide on Spotify 6.5 billion streams.
The year before, 2018, drake was the platform’s most-streamed artist globally, with 8.2 billion streams.
Spotify on Wednesday (November 30) revealed Bad Bunny’s global streaming statistics for the year as part of those of the streaming giant Spotify Wrapped feature for 2022.
Bad Bunny also dominated the platform’s charts with three of his tracks – I Porto Bonito, Tití Me Preguntó, and Ojitos Lindos — Appearing in the top 10 tracks worldwide.
Bad Bunny’s studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti, released in May, ranked as the most-streamed album worldwide of 2022, beating Harry Styles’ Harry’s houseOlivia Rodrigos ANGRY, Ed Sheerans = and Doja Cats planet her
Earlier this year, Spotify confirmed that Bad Bunny became the world’s most-streamed artist of all time on its platform in a single day on Friday, May 6th.
He pulled himself together 183 million Spotify streams within 24 hours.
Spotify wasn’t the only streaming platform where Bad Bunny broke records this year.
his album Un Verano Sin Ti was also the most-streamed album of 2022 on Apple Music, as well as “the greatest Latin album ever” on the platform.
He was named Apple Music’s “Artist of the Year” on November 9, in recognition of his “artistic excellence and impact on global culture in 2022,” according to the platform.music business worldwide
https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/in-2021-bad-bunny-was-the-worlds-biggest-artist-on-spotify-with-9bn-streams-this-year-he-doubled-that-tally1/ In 2021, Bad Bunny was the world’s largest artist on Spotify with 9 billion streams. This year he doubled that number.