Is it Possible to Experience Music Addiction?

Music plays a major role in everyone’s life everyday in so many ways. Aside from that, music also have numbers of benefits to people. It is highly proven that music is the best stress and anxiety reducer, pain reliever, mood enhancer, and sleep improver.

With that in mind, many are asking if too much music can be a health risk? Well, no worries as experts do not recognize music addiction a health problem. However, don’t be too lax as this does not indicate that music listening habits may not impose a problem.

How Music Habits Become a Problem

The production of dopamine would highly trigger the reliance of the brain into music. However, evidence is not enough to support this body phenomenon.

There is actually no direct answer for this concern. However, below are some of the signs that show you’re falling into too much music habits.

1-Dependence to music to control emotions

Music may agree to your mood and it can intensify it. It may either be helpful or not.

2-Unable to do tasks without music

If doing tasks is not feasible without music around, then the reasons are worth discovering.

3-Music becomes a distraction

Music is highly challenging especially when you lose on track in time on a regular basis.

2021 Most-Streamed Music

The millions of weird and wonderful ways to listen are one of the ideas of Spotify’s 2021 Wrapped. This includes discovering audio content from all over the world in a single app. Today we reveal the top artists, albums, playlist with 381 million people around the globe tuning into their favorite tunes that defined how they listened during last year which turned “unprecedented” into precedent-setting!

Worldwide Top Artists, Albums, and Songs

Here are the lists of most-streamed music over the world in any aspect:

Most-Streamed Artists

Bad Bunny is back and he’s not slowing down. The reggaeton star took home the title of the most-streamed artist on Spotify for the second year in a row, achieving 9 billion streams without releasing any new music this year! The second spot goes to Taylor Swift followed by BTS. Drake and Justin Bieber landed in fourth and fifth place.

Most-Streamed Songs

The top two songs of 2021 over the globe are Olivia Rodrigo’s hit “Drivers License”, which has been streamed for over 1.1 billion. And, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” sung by Lil Nas X. The latter placed Lil Nas X in second place which is also Nas X’s first studio album. Other songs on the top five list include the one from The Kid LAROI and one from Dua Lipa.