Most Shazam’d songs in South Africa 2019
And the most Shazam’d songs in South Africa for 2019 are…
Who doesn’t love a list?
Especially a list of “most,” “best,” and also “worst.” Especially regarding a list encapsulating an entire year, which in this case is for 2019, the end of a decade. Even more specific, the lists are localized to South Africa.
Apple Music recently released statistics for the year of 2019, including most streamed songs, artists and genres on its platform by South Africans.
So, what do Saffas love to stream? The most streamed song on Apple Music for South Africans in 2019 was Post Malone and Swae Lee’s hit song “Sunflower.”
Apple Music also shared statistics pulled from another app they own, Shazam, to reveal the top 10 most Shazam’d songs in South Africa in 2019.
Topping the list is a no brainer, Prince Kaybee’s motivational anthem “Fetch Your Life,” which features Eastern Cape singer Msaki. What a track!
Here are the full lists:
Apple Music Top 10 most-streamed songs in South Africa for 2019:
- Post Malone & Swae Lee “Sunflower”
- Black Coffee & David Guetta “Drive” (feat. Delilah Montagu)
- Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper “Shallow”
- Halsey “Without Me”
- Khalid “Better”
- Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber “I Don’t Care”
- Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid “Eastside”
- Lil Nas X “Old Town Road” (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)
- Marshmello & Bastille “Happier”
- Ava Max “Sweet but Psycho”
Most Shazam’d songs in South Africa for 2019:
- “Fetch Your Life” by Prince Kaybee Feat. Msaki
- “Sma” by Nasty C Feat. Rowlene
- “Whipped” by Tellaman Feat. Shekhinah & Nasty C
- “I Don’t Care” by Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber
- “Without Me” by Halsey
- “Akulaleki” by Samthing Soweto Feat. Shasha, DJ Maphorisa & Kabza De Small
- “Dance Monkey” by Tones And O
- “Amantombazane” by DJ Maphorisa & Kabza De Small Feat. Samthing Soweto & MFR Soul
- “Someone You Loved” by Lewis Capaldi
- “Iskhathi (Vocal Mix)” by Kwiish SA Feat. Vukani, Macfowlen & C’Buda
So, there you have it; the most Shazam’d songs and streamed songs in South Africa for 2019.