According to a survey conducted by Spotify between January 1 and June 1 this year, the Brazilian public is the third largest consumer of LGBTQIA+ music playlists in the world, behind only the United States and the Philippines. The platform studied the behavior of users of the global music program Glo, which was developed to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and promote audio equity, and found that Pabllo Vittar and Gloria Groove are the only Brazilians with the most views in the country. 10 artists to listen to. ,
In total, there are more than 90 playlists from the center of the same name, with Pablo Vittar in first place, Spanish Rosalia in second and Gloria Groove in third, followed by Sam Smith, Kim Petras, Miley Cyrus, Donna Summer, Lady Gaga , Ava Max and Shakira, in that order.
The study also analyzed the most listened-to tracks in Brazil, which had no Brazilian representatives: “Unholy” (Sam Smith & Kim Petras), “Hot Stuff” (Donna Summer), “Rasputin” (Boney M.) , “Flowers” (Miley Cyrus), “Bizcochito” (Rosalía), “Boss Bitch” (Doja Cat), “You Make Me Feel” (Sylvester), “Night Fever” (Bee Gees), “Borderline” (Tov Lo) and “I’m Coming Out” (Diana Ross).
For the most searched Brazilian playlists within the hub, users’ favorites in Brazil are Ogg, Pok Pok, Amar Sem Tamer, Pride Tropical, and Pareidao LGTB.
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(translated to tag) Pablo Vittar and Gloria Groove