Drake, Travis Scott and SZA are closing out the year among the top 10 most-streamed artists in the world on Spotify.

With the end of 2023 rapidly approaching, streaming services are releasing data about their subscribers’ listening habits, including the artists to which fans were listening to the most. Though Taylor Swift topped the list, Drizzy at No. 4, La Flame at No. 7 and SZA right behind him at No. 8

The Weeknd also made the top 10, coming in at No. 3. Just outside of the top 10, 21 Savage, Kanye West, Metro Boomin, Eminem and Rihanna also made the list at No. 11, 13, 14, 15 and 17, respectively.

While the Spotify ranking didn’t report exact streaming totals for each position on the list, artists have been sharing their own “Wrapped” graphics, celebrating their key stats on the streaming platform this year. Drake reached a whopping 11.5 billion. Travis Scott had 6.4 billion, while 21 Savage had 6 billion, so SZA clearly fell somewhere in the 6.1-6.3 billion range.

Streaming services aren’t the only companies putting out their data for the year, as OnlyFans recently revealed that Iggy Azalea was the top celebrity owner on the platform for 2023.

The revelations about the stars’ earnings came from a report by LELO, a luxury adult toy brand, who shared their findings on Monday (November 20).

According to the report, the “Fancy” rapper raked in $48 million on the popular platform in 2023, becoming the top celebrity earner and slightly edging out Cardi B (who brought in $45 million).

Tyga, meanwhile, brought in $20 million from OnlyFans before deactivating his profile to start his own, competing platform known as Myystar.

Other top earners on the platform include Amber Rose (who raked in $26 million), Chris Brown ($15 million), and DJ Khaled and Fat Joe ($4 million).

Back in January, Iggy Azalea announced that she would be releasing a new year-long multimedia project called Hotter Than Hell, which will be available exclusively on the content subscription service.

For $25 per month, fans get first-look access to a stream of exclusive and uncensored photos, videos, illustrations, poetry, and music from the Aussie star — including her fourth studio album, which was released this summer.

Immediately after Azalea made the announcement official on January 13, hundreds of fans flocked to her new account to get the all-access pass.

Admittedly, I never knew OnlyFans was a place where I could be creative, so I didn’t expect to be collaborating with them on my biggest project to date!” Azalea told Variety. “Once I looked beyond the surface-level chatter about what it means to have an OnlyFans, I realized it was the perfect platform to launch a multimedia concept on

I feel excited about not having to worry about the overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship artists have to navigate when sharing work on other digital platforms,” she added. “The project is bold and fun — so is this collaboration — I think it’s going to surprise a lot of people.”

While she once promised to never join OnlyFans, Iggy Azalea admitted she had a change of heart due to the “overwhelming and creatively limiting censorship” of other platforms as she hopes to connect with fans and express herself in a sincere manner.

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