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5 "Underground" Acts and Their Most Streamed Songs

This list will be more lowkey and non mainstream artists opposed to straight from the underground. I'll just be looking at these artists most streamed songs on Spotify and seeing if any are surprising or not. ONCE AGAIN these are not really underground artists for the most part, just artists who don't have huge hits.

Pusha T

Most Recent Release: Daytona (2018)

Top 5:

1. Trouble on My Mind f/ Tyler, The Creator (88M)

2. If You Know You Know (64M)

3. Sweet Serenade f/ Chris Brown (57M)

4. The Games We Play (54M)

5. What Would Meek Do? f/ Kanye West (33M)

Benny The Butcher

Most Recent Release: Pyrex Picasso (2021)

Top 5:

1. One Way Flight f/ Freddie Gibbs (10M)

2. 18 Wheeler f/ Pusha T (8.4M)

3. Crown For Kings f/ Black Thought (8.1M)

4. Timeless f/ Big Sean & Lil Wayne (7M)

5. '97 Hov (6M)


Most Recent Release: Spilligion (2020)

Top 5:

1. Proud Of U f/ Young Thug (49M)

2.Stuck f/ Arin Ray (22M)

3. Swivel (20M)

4. Baptize f/ Ant Clemons (17M)

5. End Of Daze f/ Jurdan Bryant (16M)

Action Bronson

Most Recent Release: Only For Dolphins (2020)

Top 5:

1. Baby Blue f/ Chance The Rapper (123M)

2. Actin Crazy (42M)

3. Easy Rider (28M)

4. Terry (18M)

5. The Rockers f/ Wiz Khalifa (12M)

Westside Gunn

Most Recent Release: HWH8: Side B (2021)

Top 5:

1. 327 f/ Joey Bada$$ & Tyler, The Creator (35M)

2.$500 Ounces f/ Freddie Gibbs & Roc Marciano (7M)

3.George Bondo f/ Benny The Butcher & Conway The Machine (6M)

4. Wrestlemania 20 f/ Anderson .Paak (5M)

5. French Toast f/ Wale &Joyce Wrice (4M)

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