Here are the most streamed rappers of 2021 to date


Streaming is the path for music in the 21st century, especially in recent years, and a number of rappers have so far made the list of the most released artists in 2021.

Thursday (July 22), Daily Double Hits released its mid-year review of the Top 50 Streaming Artists. At the top of the list is Duck with 3,642,943,000 streams this year. While the site does not specify which particular tracks or albums were attributed to these numbers, earlier this year Drizzy released a three song pack called Scary Hours 2. His joint “Wants and Needs” with Lil Baby has 202,007,861 streams on Spotify while “What’s Next” has been listened to 165,464,417 times on the platform.

The next rapper on the chart is the late one Juice world, which has received 2,772,206,000 feeds so far this year. Juice’s posthumous effort, Legends never die“Juste” (348 988 797) and “Hate the Other Side” with Marshmello and The Kid Laroi (231 173 964).

Just below Juice Wrld is YoungBoy never broke again with 2,550,793,000. NBA YoungBoyThe most streamed track is his effort with Juice Wrld, “Bandit”.

The weekend also made the cut with 2,226,148,000 streams. Other rappers on the list include Wave Rod (2,014,855,000), Pop Smoke (1,958,408,000), Polo G (1,934,829,000), little baby (1,912,809,000), Eminem (1,900,239,000), Lil durk (1,870,525,000), J. Cole (1,768,563,000), Malone substation (1,608,321,000) and Money bag Yo (1,556,796,000).

Check out the full list of the top 50 streaming artists below.

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