That honor goes to Bad Bunny, who tops the music streaming service's annual list of most-streamed global artists of the year. Per data from the Spotify Wrapped campaign released on Nov. 30, the "Party" rapper generated more than 18.5 billion streams in the last 11 months—double the amount he received in 2021. The impressive feat means he's the reigning champ for the third year in a row.
However, Taylor isn't exactly left out of the lavender haze, either. The pop star ranks at the second spot, making her the most-streamed female artist of the year, while Drake, The Weeknd and BTSround out the Top 5 list.
And as someone who literally broke a piece of the Internet, it's no surprise that Spotify considers the "Anti-Hero" singer to be the most viral artist of the year. According to the audio streamer, Taylor was the musician most frequently shared by listeners to other social media platforms in 2022.
But when it comes to most-streamed song of the year, nothing from Taylor or Bad Bunny's massive discography made the Top 3 list. Neither artist were also in the running for most shared lyrics globally.