In 2022, Future Has The Most-Streamed Song On Apple Music

In 2022, "Future" Has The Most-Streamed Song On Apple Music.

The reigning champion of song streams on Apple Music for 2022 has been named as Future.

The popularity of his track “WAIT FOR U,” which features Drake and Nigerian singer Tems, helped the Atlanta star earn his first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist earlier this year.

According to Chart Data, the song from Hendrix’s most recent album I NEVER LIKED YOU has now been named Apple Music’s most streamed song of 2022.

The fastest collaboration released this year to hit the milestone, “WAIT FOR U,” was celebrated by Future in May.

Pluto sent a message to his 7.3 million fans saying, “Wait for u’ platinum already.” “Thank you for your support, #INEVERLIKEDYOU,”

The ballad, which was written and performed by ATL Jacob and FnZ, won Best Collaboration at the 2022 BET Hip-Hop Awards. It is also nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2023—Best Rap Song and Best Melodic Rap Performance.

The best first-week sales total in Future’s career, I NEVER LIKED YOU, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 222,000 album-equivalent units, also the highest number in his career. The Freebandz chief made history by becoming just the second artist, after Drake, to enter the top of both the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 charts simultaneously.

Pluto recently told Billboard that despite his success, he ought to serve as an example of what “not to do.”

“That sh*t’s tough, bro. “I believe I must serve as an example of what to avoid,” he stated. ” In some things, I need a lesson on what to do.” So, I think you live and learn through me and if I have to be that sacrifice, I guess so.

“[I want] for somebody to live better than me. I want another artist to come behind me to do [what I’m doing] even better than I’m doing it. [I would want to] change the bad things they might see in me and make it better for them. That’s what I want more than anything.”

He added: “If I were a role model, I wouldn’t want them to do the same exact thing that I’m doing, because the sh*t that I do is one of none.” You can take certain things about me and use them to help you maneuver in life, progress, and elevate. But using everything that I do — or just following every step — is going to be hard because I think I’m one of none.”

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