Dom Dolla and Black Star Pastry Serve Up Exclusive ‘Eat Your Man’ Gingerbread Men as Spotify Unveils 2023 Wrapped Campaign
In a sweet collaboration between Spotify and Black Star Pastry, the music streaming giant is dishing out more than just charts and stats for its 2023 Wrapped campaign.
Enter Dom Dolla’s limited edition gingerbread men, a tasty lil treat inspired by his latest hit, “Eat Your Man” featuring global icon Nelly Furtado.
Available for free at Black Star Pastry locations in Sydney (Newtown) and Melbourne for today only, these edible creations are the perfect way for fans to literally “Eat Your Man” while savouring the sweet tunes of Dom Dolla – or perusing Australias’s Spotify Wrapped stats below.
Australia in music: A Year in Review
As Spotify unveils the top artists, songs, albums, and podcasts that shaped the musical tastes of over 574 million listeners worldwide, the Land Down Under has spoken loud and clear.
The soundtrack of the year is a diverse symphony, featuring familiar pop tunes, the charm of children’s music, and the twang of country melodies.
Top Streams: Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus Take the Crown
Iconic pop queen Taylor Swift has once again claimed her throne as Australia’s most streamed artist of 2023. Swift’s dominance is further solidified with her album “Midnights” securing a spot among the top three most-streamed albums.
However, it’s Miley Cyrus’ soulful anthem “Flowers” that blooms at the top as the country’s most streamed track, resonating with listeners nationwide.
Local Favorites: The Wiggles and Vance Joy
Proving that nostalgia never goes out of style, The Wiggles dance their way to the title of Australia’s most-streamed local artists. Meanwhile, Vance Joy’s “Riptide” takes the lead as the most-streamed local artist song, capturing the hearts of Aussies with its infectious energy.
Country Crooners and Podcast Pioneers
Country music strikes a chord in Australia this year, with Morgan Wallen’s “One Thing At A Time” claiming the number one spot for the country’s most-streamed album. Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” and SZA’s “SOS” follow closely behind, rounding out a diverse musical landscape.
On the podcast front, it’s a battle of the talk shows. “The Joe Rogan Experience” clinches the top spot as Australia’s most popular podcast, joined by the likes of “Call Her Daddy,” “Huberman Lab,” “Casefile True Crime,” and “The Inspired Unemployed” in the coveted top five.
As Spotify’s 2023 Wrapped unwraps the year’s musical journey, Australia’s eclectic taste is on full display. From pop royalty to children’s entertainers, country ballads to podcast wisdom, the nation’s playlist is as diverse as the landscapes that define it.