Here's the SA artist you've been listening to most on Spotify in 2020

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Spotify has revealed it's list of most-streamed artists for 2020.
Spotify has revealed it's list of most-streamed artists for 2020.
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  • Music streaming service Spotify has revealed it most-streamed artists for 2020.
  • While Drake takes the top spot for the most-streamed artist in SA, Kabza De Small is hot on his heels as the most streamed local artist in the country.
  • The Weeknd's Blinding Lights is the most-streamed song, both locally and globally.
  • Take a look below for more.

Spotify has released its 2020 Wrapped list, revealing the artists that you have been listening to the most this year. 

Taking the top spot in South Africa is Canadian rapper Drake, followed by Juice WRLD and then SA's very own Kabza De Small. 

While Kabza is the most-streamed local artist for the SA list, Elaine is the most-streamed local female artist. 

Here's the full list of Spotify's most-streamed artists in SA for 2020:

1. Drake

2. Juice WRLD

3. Kabza De Small

4. Khalid

5. The Weeknd

6. Travis Scott

7. Pop Smoke

8. Post Malone

9. Billie Eilish

10. Eminem

Here are the most-streamed local artists in SA for 2020:

1. Kabza De Small

2. DJ Maphorisa

3. Nasty C

4. Spoegwolf

5. Joyous Celebration 

6. Elaine

7. Cassper Nyovest

8. Snotkop

9. Bok Van Blerk

10. Appel

Billie Eilish is the most-streamed female artist for SA, The Weeknd's Blinding Lights is the song people played the most, and Pop Smoke's album Shoot for the Star Aim for the Moon came out tops in Mzansi.

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As for the global list, Bad Bunny took the top spot, followed by Drake and J Balvin.

The most-streamed album globally was Bad Bunny's YHLQMDLG, and The Weeknd's Blinding Lights was the song people around the world played most. 

For the full list of Spotify trends for 2020, visit their website here.

Compiled by Nikita Coetzee

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