Spotify unveiled its annual top lists for 2016, and a few scene favorites made the list. Cover stars Twenty One Pilots ranked number four for most streamed artists of the year, topped Kanye West and Coldplay to nab the number three spot for most streamed male artists, and Blurryface was named the number four most streamed album.

In the top artists by genre categories, Panic! At The Disco took top emo group, Metallica took top metal band and Red Hot Chili Peppers took the rock crown.

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For the second year in a row, Drake was the world’s most streamed artist with over 4.7 billion streams, more than doubling his record of 1.8 billion streams last year.

Fans also discovered more new music and artists than ever before in 2016, with Discover Weekly being streamed more than 9 billion times this year.

See the full lists of Spotify’s most streamed artists, albums and songs below, and check out their year in review playlists here:

Most streamed artists of 2016:
Justin Bieber
Twenty One Pilots
Kanye West

Most streamed female artists:
Ariana Grande
Fifth Harmony

Most streamed male artists:
Justin Bieber
Twenty One Pilots
Kanye West

Most streamed new artists:
Rob $tone

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Most streamed tracks:
“One Dance (feat. WizKid and Kyla)” – Drake
“I Took A Pill in Ibiza – Seeb Remix” – Mike Posner
“Don’t Let Me Down (feat. Daya)” – The Chainsmokers
“Work (feat. Drake)” – Rihanna
“Cheap Thrills” – Sia

Most streamed albums:
Views – Drake
Purpose – Justin Bieber
ANTI – Rihanna
Blurryface – Twenty One Pilots
Beauty Behind The Madness – The Weeknd

Top artists by genre:
Classic Rock: The Beatles
Classical: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Country (New): Luke Bryan
Country (Old): Johnny Cash
EDM: The Chainsmokers
Emo: Panic! At The Disco
Hip Hop: Drake
Jazz: Nina Simone
Latin: Enrique Iglesias
Metal: Metallica
New Age: Enya
Pop: Drake
R&B: Rihanna
Reggae: Bob Marley & The Wailers
Reggaeton: Enrique Iglesias
Rock: Red Hot Chili Peppers
Soul: Michael Jackson

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