The "God's Plan" singer took the crown, topping off an impressive year after winning for best rap song at the Grammy Awards in February.
Post Malone was 2019's most-streamed artist with more than 6.5 billion, followed by Billie Eilish, whose haunting pop sound saw her win more than 6 billion streams.
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Malone was the year's top streamed artist, with more than 6.5 billion streams worldwide for his music - especially the tracks Sunflower, his collaboration with rapper-singer Swae Lee from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse soundtrack, and Wow, off his recently released album Hollywood's Bleeding.
In an impressive feat, Sheeran's name appeared twice on the most-streamed songs of the 2010s, as his ballad Thinking Out Loud came fifth on the list.
Billie Eilish came in second, followed by Grande, Sheeran and Bad Bunny. That includes years like 2016, when he earned the most streamed album (VIEWS) and most streamed song ("One Dance") and 2018, when he smashed records with the release of "God's Plan."
In the United Kingdom, however, Eilish played second fiddle to Lewis Capaldi whose debut album, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, topped the chart.
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