Spotify Wrapped 2021: Pakistan Edition

Noor Haider
Spotify Wrapped 2021 Pakistan Edition
Spotify Wrapped 2021 Pakistan Edition

Spotify, the world’s leading music streaming service, launched in Pakistan earlier this year. On December 1, it released its Wrapped campaign.

Tell me more: Spotify Wrapped gives users a detailed report of their top songs from the last year, including most played songs, favorite genres, and other stats.

This year’s Wrapped experience includes several new features, including 2021: The Movie, Your Audio Aura, Playing Cards, and 2021 Wrapped: Blend.

The top artists on Spotify’s Wrapped Lists in Pakistan were:

  • Arijit Singh
  • Atif Aslam

The most popular songs by Atif Aslam on Spotify this year were Kadi Te Has Bol, Rafta Rafta, Tu Jaane Na, and Dil Diyan Gallan.

Several upcoming artists from Pakistan’s indie and pop scene made it to the Top 20 of most-streamed tracks in Pakistan, including Hassan Raheem, Young Stunners, and Asim Azhar.

The most streamed Pakistani song was Ghalat Fehmi by Asim Azhar, followed by Gumaan by Young Stunners and Afsanay.

Other household names from the music industry have also remained on the charts.

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Kali Kali Zulfon Ke Phande Na Dalo, Aitebaar by Vital Signs, and Atif Aslam have topped the most-streamed songs in the last decades in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Most Streamed Artists:

  • Arijit Singh
  • Pritam
  • BTS
  • Atif Aslam
  • The Weekend
  • AP Dhillon
  • Talha Anjum
  • Talhah Yunus
  • Tanishk Bagchi
  • Taylor Swift

Pakistan’s Most Streamed Tracks:

  • Tu Aake Dekhle by King
  • Brown Munde by AP Dhillon
  • Insane by AP Dhillon
  • MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name) by Lil Nas X
  • Butter by BTS
  • Ghalat Fehmi by Asim Azhar
  • STAY (with Justin Bieber) by The Kid LAROI
  • Masked Wolf ‘Astronaut In The Ocean by Masked Wolf
  • Gumaan by Young Stunners
  • Afsanay by Talha Anjum

Before you go: Pakistan’s Patari used to be the most popular streaming service, offering the most extensive collection of Pakistani songs and artists. After the arrival of Spotify, it has steadily lost both popularity and market share.

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