It's hardly a surprise but Drake and Ed Sheeran have been named as Spotify's most-streamed artists of the decade.
Based on a global total of more than 248 million users' listening habits, Canadian rapper Drake was officially declared the most-streamed artist of the 2010s, coming in with a whopping 28 billion total streams.
He was followed on the list by Ed Sheeran, Post Malone, Ariana Grande, and Eminem, respectively.
In terms of individual tunes, British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran came out on top in the most-streamed song rankings with Shape of You, which has amassed over 2.3 billion streams since its release in 2017.
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Drake's One Dance featuring Kyla and WizKid, Post Malone's Rockstar featuring 21 Savage, The Chainsmokers' Closer featuring Halsey, and Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud complete the top five songs.
For 2019, it was rapper Post Malone who took the top spot with over 6.5 billion streams, followed by Billie Eilish, who also secured in excess of six billion. Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, and Bad Bunny completed the top five.
Over on the most-streamed album chart, Billie became the first female artist to secure the number one spot with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, while Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello's duet Senorita took the top spot for singles with more than one billion streams.
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