Justin Bieber and other Canadian musicians are the kings of Spotify

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Justin Bieber is absolutely dominating the global music charts at the moment, and it seems he’s also the undisputed king of Spotify around the world.

Based on the most recent lists of top streaming songs on music network Spotify, Bieber and fellow Canadian musicians Drake, The Weeknd and Shawn Mendes make up the majority of the top 10 artists people are listening to.

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Adele, ex-Bieber flame Selena Gomez and Coldplay — along with a few other non-Canadian artists — dot the landscape, but it’s pretty clear that Canadians are in charge of music at the moment. Bieber’s three latest singles, “Sorry,” “Love Yourself” and “What Do You Mean?” appear in the Top 4 (foiled only by Adele’s “Hello”) for each categorization, including the most important one for worldwide numbers.

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(The following lists represent the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Friday, Dec. 11 to Thursday, Dec. 17 via Facebook, Tumblr, 老域名怎么购买 and Spotify.)

Canada
1. Justin Bieber, “Sorry” (Def Jam Recordings)
2. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)
3. Adele, “Hello” (Columbia Records)
4. Justin Bieber, “What Do You Mean?” (Def Jam Recordings)
5. Drake, “Hotline Bling” (Cash Money Records Inc.)
6. The Weeknd, “The Hills” (Republic Records)
7. Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MO, “Lean On” (Mad Decent)
8. Selena Gomez, “Same Old Love” (Interscope Records)
9. The Weeknd, “Can’t Feel My Face” (Republic Records)
10. Drake and Future, “Jumpman” (Cash Money Records Inc.)

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United States
1. Justin Bieber, “Sorry” (Def Jam Recordings)
2. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)
3. Adele, “Hello” (Columbia Records)
4. Justin Bieber, “What Do You Mean?” (Def Jam Recordings)
5. Drake, “Hotline Bling” (Cash Money Records Inc.)
6. Drake and Future, “Jumpman” (Cash Money Records Inc.)
7. G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha, “Me, Myself & I” (RCA Records)
8. The Weeknd, “The Hills” (Republic Records)
9. Post Malone, “White Iverson” (Republic Records)
10. Shawn Mendes, “Stitches” (Island Records)

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United Kingdom
1. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)
2. Justin Bieber, “Sorry” (Def Jam Recordings)
3. Justin Bieber, “What Do You Mean?” (Def Jam Recordings)
4. Adele, “Hello” (Columbia Records)
5. Stormzy, “Shut Up (Studio Version)” (Stormzy)
6. Mariah Carey, “All I Want For Christmas Is You (Original
Version)” (Sony Music Entertainment)
7. Zara Larsson featuring MNEK, “Never Forget You” (Sony Music
Entertainment Sweden AB)
8. Coldplay, “Adventure of a Lifetime” (Parlophone Records Ltd.)
9. The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl, “Fairytale Of New York”
(Warner Music UK Ltd.)
10. Wham!, “Last Christmas (Single Version)” (Sony Music
Entertainment)

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Worldwide
1. Justin Bieber, “Sorry” (Def Jam Recordings)
2. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)
3. Adele, “Hello” (Columbia Records)
4. Justin Bieber, “What Do You Mean?” (Def Jam Recordings)
5. Drake, “Hotline Bling” (Cash Money Records Inc.)
6. Shawn Mendes, “Stitches” (Island Records)
7. Major Lazer & DJ Snake featuring MO, “Lean On” (Mad Decent)
8. The Weeknd, “Can’t Feel My Face” (Republic Records)
9. Coldplay, “Adventure of a Lifetime” (Parlophone Records Ltd.)
10. The Weeknd, “The Hills” (Republic Records)

With files from The Associated Press

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