Taylor Swift in her Eras Tour. (Ronald Woan photo from Wikimedia Commons)
Even though Taylor Swift has notched nine No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and has achieved plenty of other records, she’s only No. 3 among Delawareans using Google.
A new let’s-debate-this-at-the-water-coolor list shows Rihanna as No. 1 for Delaware searches, followed by PnB Rock, a rapper who died last year. Delaware was the only state with PnB on the list.
Don’t worry: Swift was No. 1 in searches in 30 states. Rihanna was at the top in seven states.
Bad Bunny and Elvis Presley topped the searches in four states each.
The late rapper Takeoff topped the searches in two states.
And BTS, Drake and Morgan Wallen were at the top in one state each.
Harry Styles was often No. 2 in searching.
“The popularity of different artists in America reflects the diverse musical interests and preferences of people from all walks of life,” Guitar Aficionad o said in announcing the results and trying to publicize itself. “It highlights the significance of music in American culture as a form of expression and connection between individuals and communities.”
A list of artists was collected via scraping Spotify US charts over the last 12 months for artist and top tracks. The data was input into Google Keyword Planner to determine each artist’s average monthly search volume.
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