Spotify’s flagship Hip Hop playlist RapCar is celebrating its fifth anniversary on Monday (May 11). While reflecting on the past five years, the popular streaming curator has confirmed Drake and Cardi B as the top performers on the playlist.

Drizzy headlines a list of male performers that includes Future, Travis Scott and Lil Uzi Vert. As for Cardi, she outranks the likes of Nicki Minaj and Rihanna among female artists.

Meek Mill’s “Going Bad” collaboration with former rival Drake earns the honor of being RapCar’s most-streamed song overall. Tracks with the most streams during a single year include The Game’s Drake-assisted “100” in 2015, DRAM’s “Broccoli” collab with Lil Yachty in 2016, Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3” in 2017, Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” in 2018 and J. Cole’s “Middle Child” in 2019.

As of May 4, Roddy Ricch’s “The Box” holds RapCar’s top spot for 2020.

‘We are so proud to celebrate five incredible years of RapCar,” Spotify’s Creative Director of Urban Music Carl Chery said in a press release. “It’s been amazing to be able to support so many artists that have helped make hip-hop one of the most exciting genres in music and we look forward to seeing RapCar continue to push the culture forward and be the destination for Hip Hop discovery for many more years to come.”

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View the overall RapCar charts for male and female artists below.

Top female artists on RapCar over the past five years:
1. Cardi B
2. Nicki Minaj
3. Rihanna
4. Young M.A
5. SZA
6. Megan Thee Stallion
7. Remy Ma
8. City Girls
9. DeJ Loaf
10. Dreezy

Top male artists on RapCar over the past five years:
1. Drake
2. Future
3. Travis Scott
4. Lil Uzi Vert
5. Migos
6. Metro Boomin
7. 21 Savage
8. Lil Baby
9. Young Thug
10. Kodak Black

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