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The most popular artists, songs and albums of the month, 3 month, 6 months and year [#1-#48]

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DrakeDrake
  • #31

    Song One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla)
  • #1

    Album Views
  • 2
    RihannaRihanna
  • #1

    Song Love on the Brain
  • #2

    Album Anti
  • 3
    Ariana GrandeAriana Grande
  • #6

    Song Side To Side (ft. Nicki Minaj)
  • #3

    Album Dangerous Woman
  • 4
    Justin BieberJustin Bieber
  • #59

    Song Love Yourself
  • #7

    Album Purpose
  • 5
    Kanye WestKanye West
  • #37

    Song Fade
  • #4

    Album The Life of Pablo
  • 6
    Keith UrbanKeith Urban
  • #3

    Song The Fighter (ft. Carrie Underwood)
  • #5

    Album Ripcord
  • 7
    Shawn MendesShawn Mendes
  • #5

    Song Mercy
  • #8

    Album Illuminate
  • 8
    AdeleAdele
  • #8

    Song Water Under the Bridge
  • #6

    Album 25
  • 9
    Blake SheltonBlake Shelton
  • #11

    Song A Guy With a Girl
  • #13

    Album If I'm Honest
  • 10
    Rae SremmurdRae Sremmurd
  • #2

    Song Swang
  • #11

    Album SremmLife 2
  • 11
    Luke BryanLuke Bryan
  • #12

    Song Fast
  • #9

    Album Kill the Lights
  • 12
    Dierks BentleyDierks Bentley
  • #4

    Song Black
  • #10

    Album Black
  • 13
    DJ KhaledDJ Khaled
  • #27

    Song Do You Mind (ft. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future & Rick Ross)
  • #14

    Album Major Key
  • 14
    Fifth HarmonyFifth Harmony
  • #33

    Song That's My Girl
  • #16

    Album 7/27
  • 15
    BeyonceBeyonce
  • #40

    Song Hold Up
  • #22

    Album Lemonade
  • 16
    Florida Georgia LineFlorida Georgia Line
  • #20

    Song May We All (ft. Tim McGraw)
  • #20

    Album Dig Your Roots
  • 17
    Kelsea BalleriniKelsea Ballerini
  • #7

    Song Yeah Boy
  • #12

    Album The First Time
  • 18
    The WeekndThe Weeknd
  • #118

    Song The Hills
  • #15

    Album Beauty Behind the Madness
  • 19
    Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift
  • #125

    Song New Romantics
  • #28

    Album 1989
  • 20
    Chris YoungChris Young
  • #10

    Song Sober Saturday Night (ft. Vince Gill)
  • #17

    Album I'm Comin' Over
  • 21
    Brett EldredgeBrett Eldredge
  • #14

    Song Wanna Be That Song
  • #21

    Album Illinois
  • 22
    G-EazyG-Eazy
  • #16

    Song Some Kind Of Drug (ft. Marc E. Bassy)
  • #18

    Album When It's Dark Out
  • 23
    Twenty One PilotsTwenty One Pilots
  • #29

    Song Ride
  • #23

    Album Blurryface
  • 24
    Meghan TrainorMeghan Trainor
  • #50

    Song Me Too
  • #37

    Album Thank You
  • 25
    Tim McGrawTim McGraw
  • #28

    Song How I'll Always Be
  • #27

    Album Damn Country Music
  • 26
    Selena GomezSelena Gomez
  • #66

    Song Kill Em with Kindness
  • #31

    Album Revival
  • 27
    Chris BrownChris Brown
  • #119

    Song Back to Sleep
  • #52

    Album Royalty
  • 28
    Carrie UnderwoodCarrie Underwood
  • #19

    Song Dirty Laundry
  • #26

    Album Storyteller
  • 29
    Chris StapletonChris Stapleton
  • #22

    Song Parachute
  • #24

    Album Traveller
  • 30
    Old DominionOld Dominion
  • #21

    Song Song for Another Time
  • #25

    Album Meat and Candy
  • 31
    One DirectionOne Direction
  • #165

    Song Perfect
  • #48

    Album Made in the A.M.
  • 32
    Cole SwindellCole Swindell
  • #32

    Song Middle of a Memory
  • #33

    Album You Should Be Here
  • 33
    SiaSia
  • #17

    Song Cheap Thrills
  • #36

    Album This Is Acting
  • 34
    FutureFuture
  • #55

    Song Low Life (ft. The Weeknd)
  • #66

    Album DS2
  • 35
    Charlie PuthCharlie Puth
  • #35

    Song We Don’t Talk Anymore (ft. Selena Gomez)
  • #29

    Album Nine Track Mind
  • 36
    Fetty WapFetty Wap
  • #145

    Song 679 (ft. Monty)
  • #30

    Album Fetty Wap
  • 37
    Mariah CareyMariah Carey
  • #24

    Song All I Want For Christmas Is You
  • #40

    Album Merry Christmas
  • 38
    MadonnaMadonna
  • #330

    Song B*** I'm Madonna (ft. Nicki Minaj)
  • #70

    Album Celebration
  • 39
    Granger SmithGranger Smith
  • #23

    Song If the Boot Fits
  • #32

    Album Remington
  • 40
    Lukas GrahamLukas Graham
  • #57

    Song 7 Years
  • #34

    Album Lukas Graham (Blue Album)
  • 41
    Sam HuntSam Hunt
  • #56

    Song Make You Miss Me
  • #35

    Album Montevallo
  • 42
    ColdplayColdplay
  • #47

    Song Hymn for the Weekend
  • #45

    Album A Head Full of Dreams
  • 43
    Flo RidaFlo Rida
  • #70

    Song My House
  • #49

    Album My House
  • 44
    Meek MillMeek Mill
  • #229

    Song All Eyes On You (ft. Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj)
  • #51

    Album Dreams Worth More Than Money
  • 45
    PentatonixPentatonix
  • #26

    Song Mary, Did You Know?
  • #44

    Album That's Christmas to Me
  • 46
    Panic! At the DiscoPanic! At the Disco
  • #139

    Song Victorious
  • #53

    Album Death of a Bachelor
  • 47
    Thomas RhettThomas Rhett
  • #75

    Song T-Shirt
  • #41

    Album Tangled Up
  • 48
    Miley CyrusMiley Cyrus
  • #418

    Song Wrecking Ball
  • #55

    Album Bangerz
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    Drake - top artists list [#1]

    Drake

    Aubrey Drake Graham is a Canadian actor and recording artist.

    As a rapper, he performs under the mononym Drake. [drakeofficial.com]

    Genres:

  • Hip hop,
  • R&B,
  • Pop
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