Have you ever wondered what you can add to your work playlist? Well, The Weeknd, Drake and Post Malone are the top three most popular artists to feature on ‘remote’ and ‘in-office’ working playlists, according to a new study from Premier Inn.

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Drake, Kanye And Weeknd Are Most Popular Work Playlist Artists

A recent study by Premier Inn scraped the song data of playlists containing “office” and “work from home” keywords and combined the top 50 most common songs in both WFH and office playlists.   All results from the study were based on Spotify data as of December 2021 and revealed the most popular hybrid artists.

The most popular hip hop artists featured in working playlists included:

  1. The Weeknd – 804 playlist features
  2. Drake – 699 playlist features
  3. Post Malone – 531 features
  4. Kanye West – 467 features
  5. Doja Cat – 418 features
  6. The Kid LAROI – 305 features
  7. Mac Miller – 262 features

Not only did The Weeknd and Drake rank as the most featured hip hop artists in working playlists, but they also ranked in the top 10 most listened to artists overall for both office working and WFH playlists.

The SOHH Squad has compiled a playlist consisting of our favorites from these top artists for you to add to your own playlists to get your WFH groove on.

Kanye’s “Donda 2” Won’t Be On Any Streaming Service

Kanye has changed the game. His DONDA 2  release will be dropping directly into the hands of his fans, bypassing Apple Music, Spotify, Youtube, and Amazon Music and completely shutting down any competition for his 2/22/22 release – including Lil Durk. The “jeen-yuhs” just announced his upcoming album DONDA 2 will only be available on his newest product, The DONDA Stem Player. 

Kanye took to Instagram to make the big announcement of the revolutionary release and takedown of streaming services who he accused of exploiting artists.

Drake, Juice Wrld Among Spotify’s Top Artists Of 2021

Rap superstar Drake may have reigned atop the Spotify streaming charts in previous years, but his dominance and that of Hip-Hop artists overall has slipped in 2021, falling behind KPop and Latin trap.

For the second year in a row, Drake and the late Juice WRLD are among some of the most-streamed hip-hop artists on Spotify’s “Top Artists of 2021 Global” list.  

Drake comes in at number four behind Latin sensation, Bad Bunny, Taylor Swift, and KPop band, BTS. The only other rapper on the list is the late Juice WRLD, who closes it out at number 10.

Additional reporting by Marckell Williams.