We have just released our list of the top 40 albums on the streaming music service Spotify, which is owned by Apple.

As we have done in the past, we have not included albums that are not listed in the Billboard chart.

The top 40 was created by Spotify, with the help of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Here is what you need to know about the top 10 albums on a Spotify-exclusive playlist.


“The Black Keys” by the Black Keys is the first album on the playlist with the most number of charting songs, with 3,527.

The list includes the hits “Lose Yourself” and “Love You More,” the single “Crazy Town” and the album “The Dream.”


“Tina Turner” by Justin Bieber is No. 1 on the list with 2,908.

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” is No, 1 on Billboard’s list of “Top 10 Songs of 2017.”

The song is the highest-charting song on Spotify.


“All Day” by Mariah Carey is No., 1 on Spotify’s list.

The song has 5.4 million streams.


“I’m With You” by Rihanna is No.: 1 on Pandora’s Top 100 Songs chart.


“Bodak Yellow” by Beyonce is No: 1 on SoundCloud’s Top Songs list.


“Hip Hop Revolution” by Kendrick Lamar is No.* on the Billboard 200 chart.


“This Is What You Came For” by Drake is No.; 1 on Tidal’s Top 40 Songs list and No. 3 on Billboard 200.


“Lemonade” by Katy Perry is No; 1 on Hot 100 Songs.


“Don’t Hurt Yourself” by Britney Spears is No.) on Billboard Hot 100.


“Whip It” by Taylor Swift is No No.: No. 10 on Billboard Music Top Songs chart and No.* at No. 2 on Billboard 400.