What Is The Most Streamed Song On Apple Music?

The subscription-based music streaming service, Apple Music, provides access to over 100 million songs.
The subscription-based music streaming service, Apple Music, provides access to over 100 million songs.( Source : facebook )

The most streamed song on Apple Music is Let Her Go by Passenger. It is followed by Dance Monkey by Tones And I.

Much like Spotify, Apple Music is a streaming service and offers access to over 100 million songs. It comprises various features including an offline listening service.

Artists like Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd are some of the most streamed artists on the service, which garners over 9.5 billion plays globally.

Correspondingly, the subscription-based service also offers up the features of integrating with Siri so anyone of you can easily control most things via voice commands.

Here in the article, we present you some of the most notable songs streamed on Apple Music which was launched back in 2015. 

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1. Let Her Go by Passenger

As stated above, the most streamed song on Apple Music all time is Let Her Go by Passenger. It is from the album, All the Little Lights.

Passenger is the stage name of Michael David Rosenberg. This self-written song speaks of the regrets surrounding the end of a relationship.

The melancholic chorus expresses a situation in which one doesn't truly appreciate what they have until it's out of their hands.

Let Her Go became a sleeper hit, amassing billions of views on YouTube and recording sales of over one million digital copies and 4 million unit sales in the United Kingdom as of July 2014.

2. Dance Monkey by Tones And I

Dance Monkey by Tones And I is from her debut EP The Kids Are Coming. It featured in the official singles charts of over 30 countries.

The 2019 song broke the record for the most weeks on the Australian singles chart at number one for 24 non-consecutive weeks.

The singer made history for having the first top-five hit solely penned by a woman in eight years when it hit number four in the United States.

The track racked up four out of eight nominated awards at the ARIA Music Awards in 2019. Likewise, it grabbed the Independent Song of the Year award at the AIR Awards in 2020.

3. Perfect by Ed Sheeran

Perfect is a song by Ed Sheeran, the most streamed artist on Apple Music. It was released as a part of his third album '÷' DIVIDE.

This is the first track Sheeran penned for the album. Released on September 2017, Perfect topped the Billboard Hot 100.

Following its success, a second version of the song featuring Beyonce, titled Perfect Duet dropped on December 1, 2017.

Sheeran also released an acoustic version of the song in November 2017. The track, and its accompanying music video, was nominated for three awards at the MTV VMAs in 2018.

4. Wake Me Up by Avicii

Wake Me Up is the lead single from Avicii's debut studio album True. Avicii earned critical acclaim and commercial success following the release of this song.

It topped the charts in much of Europe and various countries including Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Hungary, and more.

Initially, a lyric video accompanying the single was released on June 28, 2013, on YouTube. Whereas, the official music video of the song was later dropped on July 29, 2013.

The song bagged 15x Platinum certification from ARIA for making 1,050,000 certified unit sales. Likewise, the song has received 7x Platinum certification from IFPI Norway, 13x Platinum certification from GLF, and more.

5. Take Me to Church by Hozier

Take Me to Church by Hozier is his debut single from his extended play of the same name. It was released on September 10, 2013.

The accompanying music video was released in September 2013. Hozier was struggling in his career when he penned his breakthrough hit in the attic of his parent's house.

Take Me to Church spent 23 weeks consecutively at the top of the Hot Rock Songs chart. Later, it peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

This 2013 hit song was nominated in the category of Song of the Year at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. It also received a Diamond certification in the United States.

6. Cheap Thrills by Sia

Cheap Thrills is a popular dance track by Sia. This iconic song topped the US Billboard Hot 100, marking Sia's first #1 on the chart.

Likewise, it reached the top position in several countries including France, Ireland, Germany, Austria, and Canada.

Cheap Thrills earned the award for most played Australian Work Overseas for its songwriters, Kurstin and Sia, at the APRA Music Awards in 2018.

Not to forget, this song made history as the second best-selling single across the globe in 2016. This reggae-tinged song earned several certifications including 15x Platinum from ARIA, for recorded sales of certified units of 1,050,000.

7. Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi

Lewis Capaldi released Someone You Loved in 2018 as the third single off his second EP titled Breach.

This piano ballad became a sleeper hit topping the Billboard Hot 100 in its 24th week on the chart. The Scottish singer earned commercial success through this song.

Someone You Loved also marks Capaldi's first entry on the charts of the US Billboard Hot 100. The Grammy-nominated song earned an award for Song of the Year at the 2020 Brit Awards.

It earned a record as the fourth most streamed song on Spotify, with 3 billion streams as of 2023.

8. Blinding Lights by The Weeknd

One of the most listened-to artists on Apple Music, The Weeknd released Blinding Lights on November 29, 2019. It was a huge hit upon release.

The song was promoted as the second single from his fourth album After Hours. It peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for four weeks.

Blinding Lights also topped the Canadian Hot 100, giving the singer his fifth number-one hit on the chart. Correspondingly, it peaked at the record charts in several countries including the United Kingdom.

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) provided diamond certification to the song on November 23, 2021, for recording sales of over ten million copies in the United States.

9. Can't Hold Us by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Can't Hold Us by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis is the second single from the duo's debut album, The Heist. It is an RIAA diamond-certified song.

Also featuring singer Ray Dalton the 2011 song emerged as a sleeper hit, only garnering significant attention in 2012 and 2013.

With the surge in notability after their first hit, Thrift Shop, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis earned a second number-one hit in the US through Can't Hold Us. Likewise, it also marked their third consecutive number-one single in Australia.

The accompanying music video of the song made the cut on the nomination list for the category of Best Music Video at the Grammy Awards in 2014.

10. Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran released Thinking Out Loud in September 2014. It was on his second studio album titled 'x'.

This song successfully spent 19 weeks within the top 40 charts prior to reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. It is an ARIA 13-fold Platinum-certified song.

Similarly, the track has received various other coveted certifications including 12 folds Platinum-certified from RIAA, 7 folds Platinum from BPI, and more.

In the first 24 hours of the release of the song, it amassed over 2.7 million views on YouTube. Whereas, as of now, it has over 3.5 billion.

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