Hip Hop All Day have revealed the most streamed hip hop songs on Spotify this year… But are they who you expect?

Coming in at Number 10…

10. Don’t Play That – King Von & 21 Savage (21 million streams)

‘Don’t Play That’ is set to appear on King Von’s posthumous release What It Means To Be King, on March 4th, 2022.

In a 2021 interview, Von’s former manager revealed Von had a “hundred songs, not released.”

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9. Doja – $NOT & A$AP Rocky (21 million streams)

Not to be confused with a similarly named singer, Doja Cat. Which $NOT made very clear, after controversy arose around the lyrics. 

“I’m talkin my recklessness with no cognizance,” he wrote on Twitter. “It’s no disrespect to Doja. She a queen fr. I made this song to get lit in a mosh pit type shit.”

8. Surround Sound – Baby Tate & 21 Savage (24 million streams)

7. Thought I Was Playing – Gunna & 21 Savage (27 million streams)

6. City Of Gods – Fivio Foreign, Ye, Alicia Keys (30 million streams)

5. Do We Have A Problem? – Nicki Minaj & Lil Baby (31 million streams)

Minaj didn’t take out No. 1 on this list, nor the Hot 100. However, she took to Twitter to reassure fans: “I don’t need to go #1. I AM #1”

4. Nail Tech – Jack Harlow (33 million streams)

Only hours after Harlow’s track dropped, Kanye West took to Instagram to rave about his rapping ability.

Harlow responded with “This right here… is one of the greatest moments of my entire life. Glad y’all get front row seats to it… Suddenly all the hate means nothing.. Imagine your hero saying this about you… I could cry.”

3. P Power – Gunn & feat. Drake (40 million streams)

The track was originally titled ‘P*ssy Power’ and was to be released with the rest of DS4Ever on January 5th. However, it was delayed and eventually premiered on YouTube as ‘P Power’ on the 14th January.

2. Eazy – Ye & The Game (43 million streams)

This particular track has tabloid magazines going wild as it pours fuel on the fire of the feud between Kanye West (Ye) and Pete Davidson. Davidson is now rumored to be seeing Ye’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian, prompting the line “God saved me from that crash, just so I could beat Pete Davidon’s ass.”

1. Pushin P – Gunna, Future & feat. Young Thug (124 million streams)

‘Pushin P’ soares over with a clear victory and an increase of 83 million streams over second place…

“It came from pushing P, it was a lifestyle before it was even a song, you feel me?”said Gunna, speaking with VIBE.  “So, we kind of just made the song just [being] in the studio together. Just on some everyday sh*t. 

“Like, anytime we would be in the studio. We didn’t try to go make a Pushin P song, but it just came from already Pushing P.”

“Pushin P, it’s like a lifestyle. It’s like anything you’re doing that’s positive or just player… Or just anything you can just think of that’s cool. That’s Pushing P, it’s that simple.”

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