Kanye West’s “ye” Earns Top 3 Spots On Weekly US Spotify Chart

Every “ye” track appeared in the Top 11.

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During its first full day in the market, the seven tracks from Kanye West’s “ye” ranked as the seven most-streamed tracks on US Spotify.

While “ye” did not maintain that degree of dominance for the entire week, it remained pretty dominant.

Spotify Charts reveals that “ye” produced this week’s (June 1-7) Top 3 tracks on US Spotify. All seven tracks appear within the Top 11.

“All Mine” led the way with 15.8 million weekly US Spotify streams. “Ghost Town” takes second with 13.5 million, while a streaming count of 13.2 million slots “Yikes” in third. Juice WRLD’s “Lucid Dreams” (#4, 12.0 million) and Drake’s “Nice For What” (#5, 10.5 million) are the non-“ye” tracks in the Top 5.

The other “ye” tracks rank as follows: “Wouldn’t Leave” (#6, 10.1 million), “I Thought About Killing You” (#8, 9.5 million), “Violent Crimes” (#9, 9.5 million) and “No Mistakes” (#11, 8.8 million).

With other streaming services (such as Apple Music) included, Hits Daily Double estimates that “ye” closed the week with upwards of 190 million audio streams across its seven tracks.

If that figure holds, “ye” will set a new record for average streams per track in a single week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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