On Tuesday, the Stockholm-based company announced a list of the songs, albums and artists most popular with its listeners over the past year, as well as "A Decade Wrapped": a comprehensive look back at favourites from 2010 through 2019.
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.More news: Kicker Kai Forbath waived after one recreation
Spotify also released numbers on its podcasting efforts: There are now more than 500,000 podcast titles on its platform (Apple reportedly has more than 750,000), and Spotify's podcast audience has grown 50% since the start of the year.
Spotify will also give users a playlist of all of their most-played songs to enjoy for the rest of the year. The summary confirmed Drake's global title, with 28 billion streams racked up over the last ten years.
Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes, originally from Pickering, Ont., earned major recognition for Senorita, his duet with Camila Cabello. Billie Eilish, Grande, Sheeran and Bad Bunny round out the Top 5.More news: Khloé Kardashian Confused By Caitlyn Jenner Saying They Don't Talk Anymore
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?
"Bad Guy" by Eilish was the second most popular song this year.More news: Ukraine leader says he didn't discuss 'quid pro quo' with Trump