Garrix just released a new single, “Make Up Your Mind,” on October 21st. Justin Bieber: Justin Bieber has been on a hot streak since his comeback Diplo/Skrillex collaboration “Where Are Ü Now” dropped in early 2015.
With follow-up monster solo hits that just keep coming at us, like “Love Yourself,” “What Do You Mean?
Spotify today revealed its third annual list of the 25 most influential artists under the age of 25 who are dominating the music industry right now.
Eighteen-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes tops the list, boasting 25 million Spotify listeners each month and over 500 million streams of his breakout smash, Stitches.
And keeping in line with last year’s artist roster, the show’s headliners —Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, Fetty Wap, J.
Cole and Martin Garrix — have all had multiple hits on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
All guests will be scanned into the festival via handheld metal detection devices and will pass through a full pat-down and search entry process. Guests can bring one hermetically sealed bottle of water up to 1 liter in size.
A complimentary bag check will be available, should a guest bring a bag not permitted into the festival.
Since the success of “Here,” Spotify’s most viral song in the U. last year (and #5 globally), the R&B singer has attracted more than 13 million monthly listeners.
Cara’s track, “Scars to Your Beautiful,” is a favorite in our “Today’s Top Hits” playlist at the moment. Charlie Puth: With a whopping 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify, singer-songwriter Charlie Puth is one of the top players in pop music today.
While previous lists were dominated by female pop singers, 2016 has seen a number of male acts make their mark including stars like Charlie Puth, Tory Lanez and DNCE, as well as well-known and emerging EDM and hip-hop talent.
The top 25 list also includes newcomers bursting onto the scene, such as Desiigner, who at just 19 years of age, was the breakout star of 2016 with nearly half a billion streams of his track, Panda, on Spotify.
Last year’s lineup included Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Skrillex and drew over 40,000 attendees.