Ariana Grande’s success on Spotify, the world’s leading streaming platform, is so great that it’s impressive! She has already surpassed 27 billion streams on Spotify, counting her tracks as lead artist and other cameos. 27 billion is, in fact, an impressive number. You can imagine that, with this, she is the most played female artist in the history of the platform. Not for anyone! Currently, Ariana Grande is the 4th artist with the most monthly listeners on Spotify, but it was already first place. At the end of 2020, there were 77.5 million monthly listeners, an increase of 10 million compared to the previous month. Photo: SpotifyAriana Grande follows in its annual album sequence. After Sweetener (2018), Thank U, Next (2019), came Positions in 2020. She managed to score two singles for the title track and 34+35, which accumulate enviable numbers on the platform. Olivia Rodrigo breaks record that belonged to Ariana Grande Olivia Rodrigo continues writing her name in the history of pop music and leaving a legacy in the charts of streaming platforms. Their debut album, Sour, has just passed the 918 million streams won in just 17 days since its release on Spotify. In addition to occupying the top of the Billboard album chart, the project also surpassed Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next(2019), and became the biggest monthly debut of a female album in the platform’s history. The veteran’s album maintained the feat with 915 million listeners. Next Sunday, Fantstico, TV Globo’s program, will air an interview revisiting Olivia’s career, showing her rise and the young singer’s meteoric success since the launch of her drivers license. Ariana Grande also has nothing to complain as she continues with the title unique female artist with tracks with more than 1 billion streams and three different albums on Spotify.
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- Post published:June 14, 2021
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