Billboard: While Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” took the top spot on Billboard’s 2022 year-end Hot 100 Songs chart, Bad Bunny was the biggest gainer of 2022, becoming the first Latino artist to rank as the best artist of the year no. and with his album Un Verano Sin Ti won the best album designation (it was also the first all-Spanish album to be the number 1 album of the year in the US, according to Billboard).
YouTube Music: The US YouTube music chart, which tracked data from January 1 to November 15, was dominated by music from the Encanto movie soundtrack; The world chart was topped by “Hari Hari Odhani” by Pawan Singh and Anupama Yadav.
iHeartRadio: Doja Cat was the Top Overall Artist on iHeartRadio in 2022, based on total spins and streams on the iHeartRadio app and across the company’s radio stations from January through the end of October, receiving more than 3.6 billion spins; The service’s title track was “STAY” by Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber, which received more than 1.23 billion spins.
Spotify: Bad Bunny was the most popular artist worldwide for the third year in a row, Spotify said Wednesday, based on data tracked from Jan. 1 to Nov. 26; Harry Styles’ song “As It Was” was the most streamed song and Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti was the most streamed album.
Pandora: Bad Bunny secured the most spots on Pandora’s Top Twenty Thumbed Tracks of 2022, the streaming radio service’s list of the year’s most loved songs by listeners, which launched Tuesday and included data from mid-November 2021, and ” WAIT FOR.” U”, by Future feat. Drake and Tems took first place on the list.
Apple Music: Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti was the biggest album from Nov. 1, 2021, to Oct. 21, 2022 on Apple Music, the streaming service said Tuesday, making him the first Latino artist to retain the top spot. ; Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s 2021 song “STAY” was the top song on the streaming service worldwide at the time.