With all that streaming it makes you wonder what’s listened to most and who is our most popular artist and downloaded song?
Well the results are in and it’s safe to say there are a lot of Beliebers out there.
Australia’s Top Streamed Artist’s Of All Time
- Justin Bieber
- Ed Sheeran
- One Direction
- The Weeknd
- Calvin Harris
- Kanye West
Justin Bieber takes this year’s number one taking the lead from Ed Sheeran after he dominated our ears most of last year. The release of Justin Bieber’s album Purpose has seen the young Canadian pop star lead the way as our most streamed artist! Check out the top ten list below:
Australia’s Top Streamed Aussie Artists Of All Time
- Hilltop Hoods
- Vance Joy
- Chet Faker
- 5 Seconds of Summer
- Sticky Fingers
- Tame Impala
- Angus & Julia Stone
The local Heroes Sia, Hilltop Hoods and Flume reign as all time champions. Flume might be at third place but no one has topped his self-titled 2012 album which still wears the crown as Australia’s Most Streamed Aussie Album.
Australia’s Top Streamed Tracks Of All Time
- Major Lazer – Lean On (feat MØ & DJ Snake)
- Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
- Justin Bieber – Sorry
- Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
- The Weeknd – Can’t Feel My Face
- Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud
- Jack Ü, Skrillex, Diplo (feat. Justin Bieber) – Where Are Ü Now
- Mark Ronson (feat. Bruno Mars) – Uptown Funk
- OMI – Cheerleader– Felix Jaehn Remix Radio Edit
- Vance Joy – Riptide
Who would have thought Major Lazer would be the most streamed song? My money would have been on Bieber but it seems we all love a bit of something to lean on.
Australia’s Top streamed Aussie Tracks Of All Time
- Vance Joy – Riptide
- Sia – Chandelier
- Flume – Never Be Like You (feat. Kai)
- Chet Faker – Talk is Cheap
- Iggy Azalea – Fancy
- Flume, Chet Faker – Drop The Game
- Marcus Marr, Chet Faker – Trouble with Us
- Sheppard – Geronimo
- Peking Duck – High (Original Mix)
- Jarryd James – Do You Remember
If you live in Melbourne you are amongst people with the most eclectic taste, according to Spotify research. Listening to over 715 genres of music, Melbourne folk just pip Sydney-siders to the post who listen.
Sydney’s Inner-West residents and Melbourne’s Glen Iris in South-east residents have been crowned the ‘hipster suburbs’ thanks to their musical downloads. Both suburbs stream the highest amount of different genres of music than anywhere else in Australia.
Who do you think is the highest streamer of gay-pride inspired playlists? It’s not Sydney, not Melbourne but BRISBANE! Congratulations to Brisbane on being the Proudest city.
Baby, we were Born This Way: Lady Gaga’s Born This Way came out tops as the most popular pride anthem. It was the most commonly found track across the pride-themed playlists analysed.
Troye Sivan and The Rubens make their debut. This year, newcomer Troye Sivan debuted at #11 in the list of Australia’s Most Streamed Aussie Artists, just pipping international sensation Iggy Azalea to the post. Local rockers The Rubens also made the cut, coming in at #16.
Fleetwood Mac is “Everywhere”. Topping the list as Australia’s Most Streamed “Legacy” Artist (artists who rose to fame in the 60s, 70s or 80s) is Fleetwood Mac in a landslide victory. They were followed by David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley & The Wailers and INXS.
What are the most common trends and music from each region in Australia?
NSW and VIC keep things local. NSW and VIC are most likely to throw their support behind the local music scene, with Aussie up-and-comers Banoffee, Masketta Fall and George Maple all topping the Most Distinctive Artists list.
SA loves pop-punk and QLD listens to country. Pop-punk rockers The Story So Far and Neck Deep were streamed at an unusually high rate in SA, while country starts Kenny Chesney and Slim Dusty proved to be disproportionately popular in QLD.
Legacy Artists: Aussie rockers AC/DC are most loved by WA whereas VIC stream the most The Beatles and Shannon Noll over any other state per capita.