KFC sponsors Spotify Wrapped Top Australian Songs of 2023 Playlist

Spotify Wrapped 2023

Plus: The locals in Australia’s top five podcasts

In an Australian-first, Spotify has partnered with KFC to become the official sponsor of the Spotify Wrapped Top Australian Songs of 2023 Playlist, featuring a collection of 50 of Australia’s most streamed songs of the year.

Spotify Wrapped has also partnered with Black Star Pastry to design edible Dom Dolla gingerbread men. The limited-edition gingerbread men nod to Dom Dolla’s latest hit Eat Your Man ft. Nelly Furtado, and will be available for free from 8:00AM at Black Star Pastry in Sydney (Newtown) and Melbourne on Thursday.

As for the results, two local podcasts made it into the top five podcasts in Australia. iHeart’s Casefile: True Crime came in fourth, whilst The Inspired Unemployed rounded out the top five.

These podcasts trailed The Joe Rogan Experience, Call Her Daddy, and Huberman Lab.

Top Podcasts in Australia
The Joe Rogan Experience
Call Her Daddy
Huberman Lab
Casefile True Crime
The Inspired Unemployed

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This is a nearly identical reflection of the top podcasts globally, with the top three holding strong. The fourth and fifth place globally went to anything goes with emma chamberlain and On Purpose with Jay Shetty.

Top Podcasts Globally
The Joe Rogan Experience
Call Her Daddy
Huberman Lab
anything goes with emma chamberlain
On Purpose with Jay Shetty

Here’s the music Australia streamed on Spotify most this year:

Australia Most-Streamed Artists
Taylor Swift
The Weeknd
Ed Sheeran
Morgan Wallen

Australia Most-Streamed Local Artists
The Wiggles
Vance Joy

Australia Most-Streamed Songs
“Flowers” by Miley Cyrus
“Last Night” by Morgan Wallen
“Kill Bill” by SZA
“Boy’s a liar Pt. 2” by PinkPantheress, Ice Spice
“As It Was” by Harry Styles

Australia Most-Streamed Local Songs
“Riptide” by Vance Joy
“STAY (with Justin Bieber)” by The Kid LAROI
“How Do I Say Goodbye” by Dean Lewis
“Say Nothing (feat. MAY-A)” by Flume

Australia Most-Streamed Albums
One Thing At A Time by Morgan Wallen
Midnights by Taylor Swift
Harry’s House by Harry Styles
Starboy by The Weeknd

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