BTS' Dynamite tops Apple Music's list of most-streamed songs in Singapore
The Straits Times|December 02, 2021
Asian artistes made a strong showing in Apple Music’s list of the most-streamed songs in Singapore this year.
Eddino Abdul Hadi

Music fans here listened to Kpop titans BTS’ Dynamite the most, followed by Filipino-American singer Olivia Rodrigo’s Drivers License and Chinese singer Ren Ran’s Birds And Cicadas.

Dynamite, the first BTS track sung fully in English, and Drivers License are also the top two songs among Apple Music listeners worldwide, followed by American singer Ariana Grande’s Positions.

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