Spotify Reveals The Most Streamed Music Of The Decade

Spotify Reveals The Most Streamed Music Of The Decade

Spotify have released their yearly review in the form of ‘Spotify Wrapped‘. This newly named feature allows users to see their most listened to songs of the year, and this time around their decade in review too. The 2010s has certainly been a big decade for music and streaming. With the way we listen to music taking a huge turn around globally. Top of the Decade The most streamed artist of the last 10 years…

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Beyonce Does Care About Streaming Numbers After All

Beyonce Does Care About Streaming Numbers After All

Beyonce previously released her iconic ‘Lemonade’ album exclusively on her husband Jay Z’s streaming platform Tidal. As a result, she went against all the other major streaming companies including Spotify and Apple Music. In the release Beyonce sings ”If I gave two f**ks about streaming numbers/Would have put Lemonade up on Spotify’. This is heard in the ‘Nice’ track. However, it now appears that Beyonce does give care about streaming numbers after all. This has…

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Apple Music and American Airlines Bring Streaming to Flights

Apple Music and American Airlines Bring Streaming to Flights

Beginning this month, you can tune into Apple Music whilst flying on any domestic American Airlines flight. As long as its equipped with Viasat Satellite Wi-Fi. No in-flight purchase, no paid for Wi-Fi service needed. All you need is a device capable of logging into an Apple Music account. If you don’t have a subscription, you can sign up for one after connecting to free in-flight WiFi. This way you can set up an account…

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ The Most Streamed Song From 20th Century

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ The Most Streamed Song From 20th Century

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has been named as the most streamed song from the 20th Century. Released in 1975 the song has stood the test of time and grown in popularity with a younger audience as well as those who were around for its’ release. The movie of the same name was released this year which undoubtedly has had an impact on the songs streaming success, with the movie bringing in over $600 million at the box…

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Over a third of music consumers still pirate music

Over a third of music consumers still pirate music

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has announced findings that approximately 38% of global music consumers access their music through illegal means. Results were found by looking into 20 of the world’s biggest music markets, including the United Kingdom. Music is more accessible than it ever has been as of 2018 but this has not stopped those who wish to pirate music from doing so. Breaking down the piracy, you’ll find 32% of…

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