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Apple Music reveals the best music of 2022 and listener charts | National

NEW YORK (AP) — The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s smash hit “Stay” topped Apple Music’s 2022 global songs chart as the music streaming giant released its year-end lists and provided listeners with data on their most-listened-to tunes.

Stay, which held the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks this summer, was No. 1 on Apple Music Top 100 World Songs, stay on top for 51 consecutive days. Elton John & Dua Lipa’s ‘Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)’ Hits #1 Streamer Chart Shazam chart and “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from the musical “Encanto” was a song from the most read lyrics in 2022 on the platform.

“Stay” was joined at the top of the global chart by Harry Styles’ “As It Was,” Future’s “Wait For U” featuring Drake and Tams, Kodak Black’s “Super Gremlin,” Adele’s “Easy on Me,” and “Heat Wave.” by Glass Animals. Hip-hop continues to lead various genres in the global top 100 with 32 songs, followed by pop with 23 songs and R&B/soul in third place with 11 songs.

The data shows an increase in the presence of non-English tunes, with African songs rising in the Shazam chart as well as in the global daily 100, while Japanese-language songs increased significantly in the most read lyrics chart.

“It’s really the rise of genres that were once very niche, creeping into the mainstream, which is an exciting new development on the platform,” said Rachel Newman, editor-in-chief.

Twenty-one non-English-language songs entered the global top 100, more than double the number of songs last year. Fifty-five Latin-language songs reached the Global Daily Top 100 in 2022—a 22% increase from 2021. In 2022, six of the 50 joy-pop songs that reached the chart entered the top 10; no one was in the top 10 last year.

On Tuesday, the streamer began notifying users that Apple Music Replay was ready. The feature allows users to see and hear their favorite songs, albums, artists and playlists for the past year, as well as their total minutes on the service. One of the new features is that superfans can find out if they are in the top 100 listeners of their favorite artist or genre.

Replay — Apple’s alternative to Spotify’s Wrapped playlist — has been redesigned with new, sleek functionality and optimized for sharing on social networks like TikTok or Instagram. The charts are dynamic throughout the year, so listeners can check how their music is charting at any time. Eligibility is based on threshold plays and listening time.

In November Apple Music has named Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar Bad Bunny as its Artist of the Year. thanks in large part to his latest album, Un Verano Sin Ti, which became Apple Music’s top-grossing album of 2022 and the biggest Latin album of all time.

2022 has been a big success for Apple Music, reaching a major milestone in October he recorded his 100 millionth song on the streaming service. That’s more than the 80 million songs on YouTube Music, 82 million tracks and podcasts on Spotify, and 90 million songs on Amazon Music.

“One hundred million songs is really important to us because I think it’s a great reflection of how diverse and huge the music world is these days,” Newman said. “It’s the largest and most diverse collection of music in any format in the history of music, which is simply amazing.”


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