Eminem is the gym-goers’ top musician to break a sweat to, according to a report by music streaming service Spotify.
In Spotify’s new report the controversial rapper, who recently returned to the limelight with Revival, his first album in five years, has been hailed as creating the world’s favourite piece of workout music.
The track that seems to be helping keep fit fanatics stay on track is Till I Collapse, which topped the worldwide list of workout songs streamed throughout 2017.
The rapper also claimed the third place spot on the list with Lose Yourself, missing out on the number two spot to Post Malone’s Rockstar.
Coming in at a close fourth and fifth were Kendrick Lamar’s HUMBLE and Axwell / Ingrosso’s More Than You Know
Spotify's Top Workout Music Trends 2017
Top Global Workout Songs
- Eminem – Till I Collapse
- Post Malone – rockstar
- Eminem – Lose Yourself – Soundtrack Version
- Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE.
- Axwell / Ingrosso – More Than You Know
- J Balvin – Mi Gente (feat. Beyoncé)
- Camila Cabello – Havana
- Jax Jones – You Don’t Know Me – Radio Edit
- Dua Lipa – New Rules
- Kanye West – POWER
Popular Workout Playlists on Spotify
- Beast Mode
- Run Wild
- Workout Twerkout
- Power Workout
- Latin Dance Cardio
- Throwback Workout
- Pumping Iron
Top Global Cities for Workout Music
- Oslo, Norway
- Miami, Florida, US
- Washington, D.C., US
- London, England
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Gothenburg, Sweden
- Phoenix, Arizona, US
- Dallas, Texas, US
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Till I Collapse tops the list of global workout tracks for a second year in a row, with Oslo, Miami and Washington D.C all top of the list of cities that stream workout playlists the most.
After an unfinished version of Eminem’s new album Revival was leaked online and slated by fans, the album saw its official release in December and subsequently received a barrage of praise.
It’s the rapper’s big comeback album and features collaborations with the likes of Beyonce, Alicia Keys, P!nk, Kehlani, and even Ed Sheeran – who credits the 45-year-old as his reason for becoming a songwriter.
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