Most Played Artists from the Last 90 Days!

5. Bladee

cloud rap, hip hop

Benjamin Thage Dag Reichwald (born 9 April 1994 in Stockholm, Sweden), known professionally as Bladee is a Rapper, singer, songwriter, record-producer, fashion designer and founding member of the artistic collective Drain Gang and a former member of Krossad alongside Ecco2k. He has also released music as Evil Bladee, Ken Burns & DJ Baby Icy Yeti.

His music combines deadpan, emotional lyrics with melodic, heavily auto-tuned vocals and icy, ethereal beats.



4. Yeule

glitch pop, post-industrial, ambient

Yeule is a non-binary London based electronic music artist. Yeule was born in Singapore and began writing music under this name in 2012. They also use the pen name Nat Ćmiel. The name “Yeule” comes from the Final Fantasy character Yeul. As a musician with a classical background, their experiments with electronic music initially were explored on platforms such as Tumblr and SoundCloud, where they revealed some of their earliest piano compositions and classical/electronic mixes.



3. Hole

grunge, riot grrrl, alternative rock

Hole was an American alternative rock band formed by singer and guitarist Courtney Love and lead guitarist Eric Erlandson in Los Angeles, California in 1989. Influenced by Los Angeles' punk rock scene, and produced by Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth, the band's debut album, Pretty on the Inside (1991), attracted critical interest from British and American alternative press. Their second album, Live Through This, released 1994 by DGC Records, which featured less aggressive melodies and more restrained lyrical content, was widely acclaimed and reached platinum status within a year of its release. Their third album, Celebrity Skin (1998), which garnered them four Grammy nominations, marked a notable departure from their earlier punk influences, boasting a more commercially viable, "mature" sound.


2. Playboi Carti

trap, hip hop, rap

Jordan Terrell Carter (born September 13, 1996), known professionally as Playboi Carti, is an American rapper. Born and raised in Atlanta, Carter was initially signed to local underground label Awful Records prior to signing with ASAP Mob's AWGE Label under Interscope Records. After gaining a cult following early in his career, Carter gained mainstream attention in 2017. Carter's debut mixtape was released in April 2017, and included the Billboard Hot 100 charting singles "Magnolia" and "Woke Up Like This" (featuring Lil Uzi Vert). His debut studio album Die Lit (2018) peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard 200. Following a two-year hiatus with little new music released, Carter's highly anticipated second album, Whole Lotta Red (2020), debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and became his first chart-topping release.


1. Yeat

trap, plugg, rap

Noah Oliver Smith (b. February 26, 2000), better known by his stage name Yeat, is an American recording artist and producer from Portland, Oregon. He began rapping in 2017 as Lil Yeat, and, after a slew of singles, released his first EP, Deep Blue Strips, in late 2018. Yeat continued to gain traction throughout 2020, and continued to work through label issues before becoming independent in 2021. Fully in control of his output, Yeat began releasing a barrage of music, including twenty track albums and countless singles. Yeat saw a major jump in support after his song “Sorry Bout That” blew up on TikTok. Subsequent hits like “Money Twerk” and “Get Busy” as well as a cosign from Drake helped reinforce his newfound success. On August 5, 2021, Yeat released his newest EP, Trëndi, as a teaser before the next album, Up 2 Më.