The numbers are in.
Sheeran's album Divide was the most streamed album of the year worldwide with 3.1 billion streams. Wrapped allows you to see how many minutes of music you have listened to as well as how many songs, artists, and genres.
But you might be interested to find out that, according to Spotify's year-end data for 2017, "Shape of You" finished very strong as the year's most-streamed song.
Ed Sheeran was Spotify's most-streamed artist of 2017; the United Kingdom singer's 2017 album ÷ (Divide) was streamed 3.1 billion times, with the album's lead single, "Shape Of You", pulling in 1.4 billion streams worldwide.
And the victor for the most streamed artist on the streaming service is. One artist in particular who's had an exceptional year is Rihanna. Rihanna is the most streamed female performer of the year, followed by Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez.
Next to Sheeran, Mandopop singer-songwriter Jay Chou was the second most streamed artist in Singapore, while producer-duo The Chainsmokers and Coldplay took third and fourth place respectively.
Meanwhile, Spotify noted the continued growth of hip-hop in the streaming world, with an increase of 74 percent over the previous year.
Globally, Shape of You was YouTube's second-most watched music video of the year, behind Luis Fonsi's Despacito which not only topped the chart but also is also the most viewed YouTube video of all time. Though this date may seem like an unsuspecting Tuesday, Spotify's trends expert Shanon Cook tells NPR that warmer weather is the main factor that contributes to it being a standout on the calendar.
Despite being released in 2014, Sheeran's x (Multiply) was also the fourth most-streamed album locally. The next year will be an important one for the Swedish company, as it plans to publicly list its stock at a total valuation estimated between $16 and $20 billion.