This list contains the top songs with the most streams on the audio streaming platform Spotify. Prior to February , Spotify's most-streamed song was " Radioactive " by Imagine Dragons ;  it was overtaken by Avicii 's " Wake Me Up ", which became the first song to hit million streams on 27 February The artists with the most singles in the top are Justin Bieber with a total of 7 4 as a lead artist and 3 as a featured artist and Post Malone with 7 all lead. The following table lists the top most-streamed songs on Spotify, with streams rounded to the nearest million, as well as the artist s , the album it is currently published to Spotify on, and the date it was originally published on Spotify. This is a list of artists with the most songs in the top It includes an artist's solo and featured songs where the artist is officially credited. The following table lists the last six songs to become Spotify's most-streamed song, from to the present.
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Season four of 13 Reasons Why landed on Netflix last week, bringing with it another season of indie tunes and popular hits. End of episode. End credits. Alex sits in the police car. Tyler takes photos. Tony speaks to Deputy Standall. Clay returns home and tells his parents he loves them.
Hot weather plus nostalgia makes for a potent mix tape. In order to aid your festive flashbacks, we analyzed the Billboard Hot chart for each year dating back to the chart's launch. Here's the definitive list of the top 10 jams each summer that pumped out of your stereo most between Memorial Day and Labor Day; crank up these hits and feel the heat. These hot tunes are ranked based on each track's performance on the Billboard Hot chart during the summer. For the period of and before, prior to the advent of Nielsen Music radio monitoring and point-of-sales data, the rankings are based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. For the years corresponding with Nielsen Music data, onward, the rankings are based on accumulated radio and sales points, and points from other data sets that were included in the Hot during those respective years. Bonds 3. Big Stuff" — Jean Knight 6. Band 7.
It reached number two on the UK Singles Chart and is the band's last top-ten single to date. It received a Gold certification from the British Phonographic Industry in for shipments of more than , copies. The verses of the song - sung alternately by Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott - are made up of a series of innuendos using clothing sizes and penis length to illustrate a loving relationship between two people who don't conform to modern stereotypes of physical perfection. The male vocal shows that although his partner is a little on the large side " but she wears a 12 " , she is a 'perfect 10' in his eyes. He also states, " the anorexic chicks, the model 6, they don't hold no weight with me ," preferring instead to, " hold something I can see. Likewise, the female vocal references penis size in several places, suggesting that " XXL " is unnecessary " Every penny don't fit the slot " and that even when all her partner has to offer is " a poor poor 4, there ain't no man can replace.