Spotify: Jennifer Lopez, Shakira Have Been Streamed Over 8B Times Worldwide

The audio platform shared data on the Super Bowl LIV halftime performers, Latin artists

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While most of the focus on Sunday’s Big Game is on the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, Spotify is turning its attention to Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

The audio-streaming platform said the co-headliners of the Super Bowl LIV halftime show have seen their music streamed over 8 billion times combined worldwide, with their tracks appearing on more than 14 million Spotify playlists.

Spotify said listeners in Kansas City and San Francisco have streamed more than 486 million minutes of Latin music over the past three months, and Bad Bunny was the most-streamed Latin artist in both cities.

The most popular Jennifer Lopez song in both cities was “On the Floor,” featuring Pitbull, while Shakira’s top track was “Hips Don’t Lie,” featuring Wyclef Jean.

Spotify said listeners in Kansas City trend more toward Pitbull, Baby Bash, José Feliciano, Darell and Romeo Santos, while Rosalía, Maná, Lunay and Natalia Lafourcade trended in San Francisco.

In Super Bowl LIV host city Miami, nearly 640 million minutes of Latin music have been streamed on Spotify in the past three months, also led by Bad Bunny. Lopez’s top track in Miami was “Baila Conmigo,” featuring Dayvi and Victor Cardenas, while “Me Gusta” featuring Anuel AA, topped Shakira’s list.

Spotify is helping listeners get ready for the halftime show with playlists This Is Jennifer Lopez and This Is Shakira, as well as the Official NFL Playlist from the National Football League.




Other stats shared by Spotify follow.

Most-streamed songs by Lopez globally, past three months:

  1. “On the Floor,” featuring Pitbull
  2. “Let’s Get Loud”
  3. “Ain’t Your Mama”

Shakira’s most-streamed songs worldwide, past three months:

  1. “Hips Don’t Lie,” featuring Wyclef Jean
  2. “Waka (This Time for Africa),” featuring Freshlyground
  3. “Chantaje,” featuring Maluma

U.S. cities that streamed Lopez the most:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. New York
  3. Chicago
  4. Houston
  5. Dallas

Shakira’s top U.S. cities:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Houston
  3. Chicago
  4. Dallas
  5. Miami

The most-streamed Latin songs in Kansas City, past three months, were:

  1. “Vete,” Bad Bunny
  2. “Tusa,” Karol G and Nicki Minaj
  3. “Callaita,” Bad Bunny and Tainy

The most-streamed Latin songs in San Francisco, past three months, were:

  1. “Vete,” Bad Bunny
  2. “La Canción,” Bad Bunny and J Balvin
  3. “Callaita,” Bad Bunny and Tainy

And the most-streamed Latin songs in Miami, past three months, were:

  1. “Vete,” Bad Bunny
  2. “Tusa,” Karol G and Nicki Minaj
  3. “Callaita,” Bad Bunny and Tainy

david.cohen@adweek.com David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.