Kylie Minogue’s most listened to tracks on Spotify
As a companion to Kylie’s most watched music videos, here are Kylie’s most listened to songs from Spotify. These are the top twenty most listened to and there are some new editions and some changes from the videos chart, which makes it that much more interesting! Which ones do you play again and again and which are you surprised not to see on this list? If you favourite isn’t here, get streaming!
20. I Should Be So Lucky
Kylie’s global breakout hit and her debut international release comes in at number twenty. Recorded in late 1987 and released in January 1988, “I Should Be So Lucky” got the ball rolling and topped the singles chart in a number of countries. Streaming has ensured the song’s enduring popularity and currently comes in with 19,500,000 plays.
19. In My Arms (2008)
The song that was number three on the video chart does not feature so high on the Spotify chart, but with 22,100,000 listens, “In My Arms” is still one of Kylie’s twenty most played.
18. On A Night Like This (2000)
One that missed the video top 20 was the second single from the “Light Years” album, “On A Night Like This”, which topped the Australian singles chart and reached No.2 in the UK. The song remains a fan favourite and a staple of her live shows, which keeps listening figures healthy at 22,800,000.
17. At Christmas (2016)
Kylie’s “All I Want For Christmas” from the expanded “Kylie Christmas: Snow Queen” release is a surprise addition to this list with over 24,400,000 plays. The gift that will keep on giving every festive season forever more. Good thinking Kylie!
16. Stop Me From Falling (2018)
The “Golden” album was represented by the two big singles on the video chart and does so here as well, with the second single notching up 24,700,000 Spotify plays to date, we just can’t get enough of this infectious tune.
15. Kids (2000)
Kylie’s duet with Robbie Williams also featured on the video top 20 and does so again here, with constant live performances, it’s Spotify tally currently stands at 25,200,000.
14. Say Something (2020)
The first song from the “Disco” era is also the first to make it on Kylie’s top twenty, the album’s lead single, “Say Something”, comes in with 33,400,000 plays. Although the video was long overtaken by “Magic” for viewing figures, “Say Something” has also become a much loved Kylie standard and will only climb higher as the year’s go by.
13. Dancing (2018)
The lead single from “Golden” has already been granted ‘Kylie classic’ status in all media and with 35,300,000 plays on Spotify, we just cannot get enough of this infectious anthem.
12. Magic (2020)
The magical “Magic” is the first of the “Disco” era singles. Although it beats “Say Something” on YouTube, Spotify is just slightly behind with 40,000,000 plays to date, it’s already becoming one of her greatest and biggest songs of all time. Magic!
11. Get Outta My Way (2010)
Another top tenner is “Get Out Of My Way”, which is surprising given its relatively poor commercial chart positions it attained upon release. On Spotify, we’ve played it 42,000,000 times so far. If only that were the number of physical single sales…(!)
10. All The Lovers (2010)
The lead single from “Aphrodite” is only a few plays behind with over 42,900,000. Neck and neck between the two big players from this era on all formats available.
9. Spinning Around (2000)
Kylie’s first number one of the 21st century is just as popular here as the video is there and with 43,000,000 listens to date, you KNOW you like it like this!
8. Real Groove (2020)
The most popular track from “Disco“, currently, is the third single, “Real Groove”. Pure, unadulterated disco heaven, the song exceeds its two predecessors with over 46,300,000 plays and is already seeking to oust older, more established hits from the top ten…
7. Love At First Sight (2002)
Just three tracks from “Fever” feature on this chart and “Love At First Sight” is one of them. Her fourth most popular video is the eighth on Spotify with over 46,400,000 plays and ever increasing.
6. The Locomotion (1988)
The ONLY Kylie song from the 1980’s to get that may Spotify plays is Kylie’s very first, “The Locomotion”, which also figured high on the video count. Here, it’s not far off a count of 47,600,000, so keep chugging.
5. Where The Wild Roses Grow (1995)
The only Kylie song from the 1990’s to make this chart is her duet with Nick Cave, which is also another big contender on the video chart. Here, we’ve played it 49,700,000 times and it’s top five!
4. In Your Eyes (2002)
Over at Spotify, “In Your Eyes”, fares better than “Love At First Sight” for plays, with 54,400,000 so far and that keeps it ahead of the bigger of the two on this format.
3. Higher (2011)
Kylie and Taio Cruz were obviously a good match as the video is the second most watched and here, with over 62,100,000 plays, it’s the third most popular. He sure did take her ‘higher’ off the ground with this partnership.
2. Santa Baby (2000)
We take a BIG leap from number three to number two and Kylie’s enduring Christmas recording of Eartha Kitt’s 1953 classic charts every year, and it appears not to have peaked yet, more than twenty years since it was included as a B side to the “Please Stay” single. Every December, we just can’t get enough of Kylie’s recording and it shows with a massive 170,000,000 listens! How many more will be added this festive season?
1. Can’t Get You Out Of My Head (2001)
The song that tops them all is still the lead single from the “Fever” era, which dominates Kylie’s career still to this day. Will it ever be bettered? The choice is yours, but with over 320,00,000 plays, it will take something pretty sensational to beat this.
NB: Please remember these figures are increasing all of the time but we will update this post on a monthly basis and move tracks up and down as popularity dictates!