Five Latinos among the 20 most listened to artists on Spotify

| 01/01/2021 – 3:59pm (GMT-4)

Five Latin reggaeton artists have crept into the list of the 20 most listened to artists worldwide on the popular streaming platform Spotify, during the recently ended 2020.

The boricua rag Bad Bunny Not only did he make it to the select list, but he has also been crowned the artist with the most listened to Spotify worldwide, with more than 8,300 listens. Even though the most listened song of the year is Blinding Lights, from The Weeknd, the theme Dakiti, from the Bad Rabbit and Jhay Cortez is the most listened to of the moment on the platform.

The Colombian is also on the list of the 20 most listened to 2020 on Spotify J Balvin, in position number 3; the Puerto Rican Anuel AA in the 14; Ozuna in 16th place and the Big Boss of reggaeton, Daddy Yankee, close the list.

Captura de Spotify / Top Artists of 2020

Other artists who stand out in the compilation of the most listened to in the world are Drake, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Eminem, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Travis Scott and Ariana Grande, who this 2020 was also among the singers who earned the most money in the year.

Among the most listened to of 2020 were also the deceased rappers Juice WRLD and XXXTemption, who died in 2019 and 2018, respectively.

The also reggaeton artists Arcángel and Sech, and Rauw Alejandro and Camilo also had millions of listeners in 2020 for their successes Are you still with him, of the first, and Tattoo, of the seconds.

Captura de Spotify / Top Artists of 2020

Here we leave you the 10 most listened to artists in the world this 2020 through Spotify:

1. Bad Bunny

2. Drake

3. J Balvin

4. Juice WRLD

5. The Weeknd

6. BTS

7. Billie Eilish

8. Taylor Swift

9. Post Malone

10. Travis Scott

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