Instagram Reveals The Top Songs Aussies Feature In Their Insta Stories

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Since launching music in stories, Instagram has now released what songs Aussies have been listening to the most.

Since its launch in July 2018, Instagram has become one of the top platforms for connecting musical artists and their audiences in the social/digital space through a variety of practices and tools.

Instagram has pulled data around how Aussies are interacting with music in Stories, in particular, the top 5 Aussie music artists who have been featured in Stories so far in 2019, and the top overall songs that have been played in Stories.

The music sticker has been embraced by the wider Instagram community since launching last year, with Aussies posting 1 million Stories each day, and Instagram Stories being used by 500 million every day around the world.

The results are in – the songs Australian Instagram users have been listening to the most.

The top five Aussie artists featured in Instagram stories are:

  • Men at Work
  • Ziggy Alberts
  • Ocean Alley
  • Sticky Fingers
  • Dean Lewis

The top overall songs Aussies are playing in Stories are:

  • Wow by Post Malone
  • Sunset Lover by Petit Biscuit
  • Happier by Marshmallow FT Bastille
  • I Like It by Cardi B
  • Thotiana by Blueface
  • Sicko Mode by Travis Scott and Drake
  • Without me by Halsey
  • Better by Khalid
  • Thank u, next by Ariana Grande
  • Sweet by Psycho by Ava Max

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