Australia’s favourite pop star of 2022 is named after singer breaks records following 10th album release
Taylor Swift has been named Australia’s favourite pop star, according to Spotify‘s 2022 Wrapped Campaign.
The American singer, who released her new album Midnights in October, is the most streamed artist Down Under.
Meanwhile, the most streamed song this year in Australia was by Harry Styles, with his hit ‘As It Was’.
Australia’s favourite pop star of 2022 has been named as Taylor Swift (pictured), with the American artist the most streamed Down Under according to Spotify. Here: LA, November
‘As It Was’ was also the most streamed song globally while The Kid Laroi was named the country’s most popular local artist.
Stay was Laroi’s most streamed song, which was a duet with Justin Bieber.
The news comes after Taylor broke records following the release of her 10th album.
The star had a historic win with her logging the top 10 of the US Billboard 100 after the release of her latest album, Midnights, in October this year. Here: Toronto, September, 2022
The star had a historic win, making it in the top 10 of the US Billboard 100.
Taylor beat Drake, who placed ninth on the Hot 100’s top 10 for a week in September 2021.
Taylor dropped her hotly-anticipated album Midnights in October, which has topped charts all over the world.
The most streamed song this year was also from ultra-popular Harry Styles (pictured), with his hit ‘As It Was’ being beloved by Aussies. It was also the most streamed song globally
Midnights broke three Guinness World Records upon its release, becoming the most streamed album on Spotify in 24 hours with 184.6 million streams.
It also had the most day-one streams of an album on Spotify (184.6 million streams) and Taylor became the most streamed act on Spotify in 24 hours (228 million streams).
Her album most recently took home a whopping total of six trophies at the 2022 American Music Awards held on November 21.
The Kid Laroi (pictured) was Australia’s most popular local artist, according to Spotify. Here: Sydney, 2022