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Ever since its launch, Spotify has been a hit among music listeners in Nepal.
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Since making its debut in the Nepali market in 2021, Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming platform, has been gaining popularity.

A substantial number of listeners, alongside Nepali singers and songwriters, have embraced the trend, contributing to the platform’s widespread usage in Nepal. Music enthusiasts are now uploading their tracks to a platform that has become a staple on the smartphones of a majority of urban Nepalis.

The platform’s attraction is evident as numerous users enthusiastically share their Spotify Wrapped, a compilation of data showcasing their activity on the platform throughout the past year. This shows how hooked Nepali are on the platform.

But who do they listen to the most? According to Spotify, the most streamed artist in Nepal is Sajjan Raj Vaidya followed by Sushant KC and Samir Shrestha.

The most streamed Nepali artist outside of Nepal is sagun, a music producer known for his lofi beats. The second most streamed artist from Nepal abroad is Sajjan Raj Vaidya followed by singer/songwriter Samir Shrestha and VTEN.

Similarly, the most streamed song in Nepal from a Nepali artist is Risaune Bhaye by Sushant K.C.

Top 10 streamed Nepali Artists in Nepal

1.Sajjan Raj Vaidya 2.Sushant KC 3. Samir Shrestha 4. Tribal Rain  5.The Elements 6. Apurva Tamang 7. Neetesh Jung Kunwar 8. Yabesh Thapa 9. Garage Music 10. Oasis Thapa. 

Top 10 streamed Nepali artists outside Nepal

1.sagun 2.Sajjan Raj Vaidya 3.Samir Shrestha 4.VTEN  5.Swoopna Suman 6.Tribal Rain 7.Yabesh Thapa  8. Oasis Thapa 9. Garage Music 10.The Dreamcatchers Official

Top 10 most streamed Nepali songs in Nepal

1.Risaune Bhaye (Sushant K.C.) 2.Sasto Mutu (Sajjan Raj Vaidya) 3.Thamana Haat (Samir Shrestha) 4.Dhairya ( Sajjan Raj Vaidya) 5.Chitthi Bhitra (Sajjan Raj Vaidya) 6.Timi Sangai (Apurva Tamang) 7.Bhanai (Tribal Rain) 8.Mann Ka Bhawana (Apurva Tamang) 9.Sapana Ko Mayalu (The Elements) 10.Birsiney Hau Ki (The Elements).





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