Drake won the musical artist of the decade from one of the world’s largest stations.
In the past ten years, Toronto rapper’s songs have been heard on Spotify for more than 28 billion times worldwide, with their song One Dance becoming the second most popular song of the decade.
Ed Sheeran, who received the most exciting song of the decade, was Check Out and Post Malone, as well as Ariana Grande and Eminem who finished in the quintet.
Posty is the most famous artist in the service this year with 6.5 million copies. This year’s main song is Canadian Sean Mendes, who collaborated with his old girlfriend Camila Capello.
Billy Elisha’s Beginning was with the album “where do we go?” The album came out more heavily in 2019, and the Los Angeles youth was the most mobile artist of the year.
In addition, Spotify Jay-Z has added all of its offerings to the current platform. Of course, it was a tribute to his 50th birthday, but the simple motive may be that he thought he could win.