Spotify Reveals the Most Popular Artist in Every State

Spotify is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, which is crazy because we really haven't found a better way to stream music since that time. So in order to celebrate their anniversary, they decided to reveal the most popular artists in each state.

It should be noted that this isn't the most listened to artist in each state, because that would probably just be a list full of Taylor Swift, Drake and Beyonce. Instead, this list shows what artist your state listens to way more than any other state. So if your state's most popular artist is Nickelback, that doesn't mean they're the most listened to artist in your state. It simply means your state listens to Nickelback WAY more than any other state.

Make sense? Ok, here's the list:

Alabama – Cannabis Club ATL

Alaska – Portugal, The Man

Arizona – $uicideBoy$

Arkansas – Craig Colorusso

California – Shorline Mafia

Colorado – Tech N9ne

Connecticut – Dave Matthews Band

Delaware – KJ the Stone

Florida – Anuel Aa

Georgia – Gunna

Hawaii – Maoli

Idaho – Hugh Jackman

Illinois – G Herbo

Indiana – Panic! At the Disco

Iowa – Kane Brown

Kansas – George Strait

Kentucky – Upchurch

Louisiana – Dave $tokes

Maine – Nickelback

Maryland – Shy Glizzy

Massachusetts – Taylor Swift

Michigan – Tee Grizzley

Minnesota – Thomas Rhett

Mississippi – Boosie Badazz

Missouri – Steven Cooper

Montana – Rainbow Kitten Surprise

Nebraska – Eric Church

Nevada – Milad E

New Hampshire – Emily Asen

New Jersey – PnB Rock

New Mexico – N99

New York – A Boogie With Da Hoodie

North Carolina – Young Dolph

North Dakota – Shinedown

Ohio – Machine Gun Kelly

Oklahoma – New Age

Oregon – Jack Johnson

Pennsylvania – Meek Mill

Rhode Island – Lingo

South Carolina – Mike Smith

South Dakota – Hollywood Undead

Tennessee – Moneybagg Yo

Texas – Cody Johnson

Utah – Paul Cardall

Vermont – Lake Street Drive

Virginia – Jane Zhang

Washington – ODESZA

West Virginia – Theory of a Deadman

Wisconsin – Quron of Pain

Wyoming – Five Finger Death Punch

Why the hell is Idaho listening to Hugh Jackman?

(h/t Buzzfeed)


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