Spotify wrap up 2017 with Australia’s most streamed tunes, and your darkest listening secrets

Every turn of the year, Spotify wrap up the time gone by with a huge run of listener data. As the world’s most popular streaming service by a longshot, it’s just about the best indication we get of the modern world’s listening habits.

Today they’ve revealed the most streamed artists, tracks, albums and more across the service, the tunes Australians were listening to most and of course, what you were spinning throughout 2017 (for better or worse).

Who was Australia’s most-streamed artist in 2017? Who was YOUR most streamed artist in 2017? Spotify has you covered with their yearly wrap.

To find out which artist, song and genre you streamed most in 2017, jump on over to 2017wrapped.com for the rundown. They’ll also fix you up with a playlist of your top 100 most streamed songs, in case you need to reinforce how fucking awesome your own taste is.

Check out the stream data below. All figures listed are for Australian listeners – head over to Spotify for the worldwide figures.

Most Streamed Artists

1. Ed Sheeran
2. Drake
3. Kendrick Lamar
4. The Chainsmokers
5. The Weeknd

Most Streamed Female Artists

1. Taylor Swift
2. Rihanna
3. Lorde
4. Selena Gomez
5. Adele

Most Streamed Male Artists

1. Ed Sheeran
2. Drake
3. The Weeknd
4. Kendrick Lamar
5. The Chainsmokers

Most Streamed Australian Artists

1. Flume
2. Sia
3. Sticky Fingers
4. Bliss n Eso
5. Hilltop Hoods

Most Streamed Australian Female Artists

1. Sia
2. Starley
3. Tash Sultana
4. Amy Shark
5. Vera Blue

Most Streamed Australian Tracks

1. Call On Me (Ryan Riback Extended Remix) – Starley
2. Chameleon – PNAU
3. Waves – Dean Lewis
4. Adore – Amy Shark
5. Moments (feat. Gavin James) – Bliss N Eso

Most Streamed Tracks in Australia

1. Shape Of You – Ed Sheeran
2. Despacito – Remix – Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber
3. HUMBLE.– Kendrick Lamar
4. Castle on the Hill – Ed Sheeran
5. I’m The One – DJ Khaled

Most Streamed Albums in Australia

1. Divide – Ed Sheeran
2. DAMN. – Kendrick Lamar
3. More Life – Drake
4. Stoney – Post Malone
5. Starboy – The Weeknd