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The Spotify Weekly Charts highlight top artists by listener along with the past week's most streamed and viral songs in the US, UK and around the world.  Subscribe here.
 
Spotify Global Top Artists (by Listener)
 
  Rank Artist Monthly Listeners
 
1 Ed Sheeran 50.60m

2 Drake 43.24m

3 The Chainsmokers 41.15m

4 Coldplay 36.64m

5 The Weeknd 32.70m

6 Bruno Mars 32.35m

7 Calvin Harris 31.77m

8 Maroon 5 31.37m

9 Selena Gomez 30.31m

10 Kygo 30.03m

GLOBAL Top 10
 
  Rank Artist/Track Streams
 
1 Ed Sheeran
Shape of You
43.00m

2 The Chainsmokers
Something Just Like This
31.51m

3 Kygo
It Ain't Me (with Selena Gomez)
27.30m

4 Kendrick Lamar
HUMBLE.
26.74m

5 Drake
Passionfruit
26.47m

6 Future
Mask Off
26.12m

7 Bruno Mars
That's What I Like
23.79m

8 Zedd
Stay (with Alessia Cara)
23.24m

9 Luis Fonsi
Despacito (feat. Daddy Yankee)
22.04m

10 The Chainsmokers
Paris
21.93m

 
US Top 10
 
  Rank Artist/Track Streams
 
1 Kendrick Lamar
HUMBLE.
14.84m

2
Future
Mask Off
 
12.35m

3 Lil Uzi Vert 
XO Tour Llif3
10.18m

4 Drake
Passionfruit
9.44m

5 Ed Sheeran
Shape of You
8.53m

6 Kyle
iSpy(feat. Lil Yachty)
8.35m

7 Bruno Mars
That's What I Like
8.29m

8 The Chainsmokers
Something Just Like This
7.85m

9 Drake
Portland
7.28m

10 Kodak Black
Tunnel Vision
7.07m

 
UK Top 10
 
  Rank Artist/Track Streams
 
1 Ed Sheeran
Galway Girl
3.58m

2 Ed Sheeran
Shape of You
3.43m

3 Clean Bandit
Symphony
3.39m

4 Drake
Passionfruit
3.33m

5 The Chainsmokers
Something Just Like This
2.62m

6 Harry Styles
Sign of the Times
2.44m

7 Kygo
It Ain't Me (with Selena Gomez)
2.36m

8 Zedd
Stay (with Alessia Cara)
2.34m

9 Ed Sheeran
Castle on the Hill
2.20m

10 Martin Jensen 
Solo Dance
2.17m

GLOBAL Viral 10
 
Rank Artist/Track
 
1 Harry Styles
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