Rihanna Named World’s Most Streamed Artist!


Rihanna has been named the most-streamed female artist in the world.


The singer is the most popular act on streaming service Spotify, which has revealed that data in conjunction with International Women’s Day on March 8.

Rihanna’s big hits ‘We Found Love’ and ‘Diamonds’ have helped her top the list, with six of her studio albums available to listen to on the service.

Taylor Swift was named the UK’s most popular female artist on Spotify, following the chart success of ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ and ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’.

Rihanna placed second in the UK, with Florence + the Machine third and Emeli Sandé fourth.

Spotify data has also revealed that will.i.am and Britney Spears’s recent hit ‘Scream & Shout’ is the most popular song amongst its women users.

Rihanna has been named the world’s most streamed female artist.

The singer topped the poll compiled by music streaming service Spotify, beating Taylor Swift, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga to claim the title.

However, a UK list, which was released to mark International Women’s Day today, revealed that Taylor Swift is the most streamed in the UK, followed by Rihanna and then Florence Welch.

The data has been taken from the streaming habits of online users over the past six months.

The Top 10 most streamed female artists in the world are:

Rihanna

Britney Spears
Taylor Swift
Ke$ha
Carly Rae Jepsen
Florence Welch
Nicki Minaj
P!nk
Loreen
Alicia Keys

The Top 10 most streamed female artists in the UK are:

Taylor Swift
Rihanna
Florence Welch
Emeli Sandé
Britney Spears
Ellie Goulding
Ke$ha
Gabrielle Aplin
Nicki Minaj
P!nk

Listen to Rihanna on Spotify!

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