David Bowie’s music hits a billion streams on Spotify

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David Bowie‘s music has reached its billionth stream on Spotify.

The milestone was achieved last Thursday (August 24) with “Heroes” leading the way as his most-streamed solo track of all time on the subscription platform, reports Billboard.

David Bowie’s top 10 tracks from Spotify:

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Heroes
Let’s Dance
Space Oddity
Life On Mars
Starman
Rebel Rebel
Moonage Daydream
Changes
Ziggy Stardust
Modern Love

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