Drake Narrowly Leads NBA YoungBoy For Most Streamed Artist Of 2022

According to the latest data from Chartdata on Twitter, Drake and NBA YoungBoy are currently leading the charts for the most-streamed album of 2022, with the Canadian rapper edging Youngboy by a small margin.

Drake has racked up 3 billion streams in 2022, leading YoungBoy, who has managed to amass 2.8 billion streams across all platforms this year. With YoungBoy set to release a new single today, it is only a matter of time before he catches up with Drake at the top of the ranking.

As much as Drake and YB are leading the park, they are not the only successful artists in 2022. Juice Wrld is ranked fourth behind the duo with a total of 2.2 billion streams, while The Weeknd follows in fifth place with 2 billion streams. The Canadian vocalist is followed by Kanye West in 6th with a total of 1.9 billion streams, while Lil Durk also features on the list at 7th place with 1.7 billion streams.

There are also places on the list for  Taylor Swift, ranked 3rd with 2.8 billion streams, and Morgan Wallen, ranked eighth with 1.7 billion streams. Superstars Eminem and Future also appear on the chart with 1.5 billion streams each to complete the top 10 lists of most streamed artists in 2022.

It has, so far, been a successful year for both Drake and YoungBoy, who have kept their places as first and second with 1.4 and 1.3 billion streams, respectively, from the last version of the chart released in March.

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