Spotify Launches New RapCaviar with the Hottest Hip-Hop Tracks and Videos And Reveals Listening Trends

Check out the new RapCaviar here.

Spotify unveils the new RapCaviar, a one-stop-shop to discover the best in hip hop. Go beyond just the music and experience the stories of the artists that make hip hop one of the world’s most popular genres.

Every Friday, the enhanced RapCaviar goes deep into the world of hip hop combining the top songs and video to bring hip hop heads closer to the music they love. From 2 Chainz visiting Dr. Miami to assist him with a butt-lift surgery to Sza hanging out in the woods and talking about her rise to fame, or Wale getting a gourmet meal from a five-star weed chef, the playlist will feature new video content from music videos to exclusive interviews and so much more.

“The new RapCaviar is all about connecting the fans to the culture,” said Tuma Basa, global programming head of hip hop at Spotify. “It’s not just about the songs. It’s about the work that goes into the tracks, the visual representations and the greater context behind these moments in time.”

RapCaviar is the first flagship playlist to receive the all star treatment, which includes a brand refresh as as well as the RapCaviar Live Tour, with the first show taking place on Saturday, August 12 in Atlanta with Gucci Mane and Mike WiLL Made-It and friends.

The new RapCaviar is available in the U.S. on both mobile (iOS & Android) and desktop for free and premium users. Check it out here. For the latest, be sure to follow the new official RapCaviar Instagram account here.

To celebrate the new RapCaviar and hip hop’s global success, with over 7 million followers and counting, Spotify looked at the numbers behind the genre, and found that Drake and The Weeknd dominate with the most-streamed songs in hip hop of all time. Drake’s “One Dance” tops the list at No. 1, followed by “Starboy” and “Can’t Feel My Face”–both by The Weeknd.

Top 20 Most-Streamed RapCaviar Songs*: Hip Hop Songs

  1. Lil Uzi Vert – XO TOUR Llif3
  2. Migos – Slippery (feat. Gucci Mane)
  3. Travis Scott – Butterfly Effect
  4. French Montana – Unforgettable
  5. Playboi Carti – Magnolia
  6. Kendrick Lamar – DNA.
  7. Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE.
  8. 2 Chainz – 4 AM
  9. Drake – Portland
  10. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie – Drowning (feat. Kodak Black)
  11. Logic – 1-800-273-8255
  12. Future – Mask Off
  13. Drake – Gyalchester
  14. Metro Boomin – No Complaints
  15. Gucci Mane – Met Gala (feat. Offset)
  16. SZA – Love Galore
  17. Playboi Carti – wokeuplikethis*
  18. Mike WiLL Made-It – Perfect Pint (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane & Rae Sremmurd)
  19. 2 Chainz – It’s A Vibe
  20. NAV – Up

*The top songs streamed on RapCaviar within the last three months.

Given hip hop’s American origins, it’s no surprise that the United States listens to more hip hop than any other country; Germany and Great Britain take the second and third spots.

Top 10 Countries for Hip Hop

  1. United States
  2. Germany
  3. Great Britain
  4. Mexico
  5. Canada
  6. France
  7. Sweden
  8. Spain
  9. Australia
  10. Brazil