Early in 2015, PlayStation’s Music Unlimited app disappeared and was replaced by a new PlayStation Music app, powered by Spotify.
Now, Sony says the music service is a huge success since its launch on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 last March, and as of January 1, it’s reached nearly 11 million downloads. To date, people have listened to more than 190 million hours of music through the app.
“We’re thrilled to see this level of engagement from the PlayStation community for a music experience all of us here are passionate about,” PSN senior vice president Eric Lempel said in a PlayStation Blog post.
Sony also announced the top 10 most popular songs on PlayStation Music in 2015. The chart is topped by Fetty Wap’s “679,” while the full list (and a streaming embed) is available below.
Top PlayStation Music Songs of 2015:
- “679 (feat. Remy Boyz)” — Fetty Wap
- “Know Yourself” — Drake
- “Nasty Freestyle” — T-Wayne
- “See You Again (feat. Charlie Puth)” — Wiz Khalifa
- “Hotline Bling” — Drake
- “Trap Queen” — Fetty Wap
- “Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae)” — Silentó
- “Post To Be (feat. Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko)” — Omarion
- “B**** Better Have My Money” — Rihanna
- “The Hills” — The Weeknd
PlayStation Music is available on PS4, PS3, and Xperia devices. It connects with your existing Spotify account, bringing over all the playlists you might have already created on PC or via the mobile app.