2017 was the year rap officially surpassed rock as the most popular music genre in the U.S., and BuzzAngle Music’s newly-published year-end report only further cements hip-hop’s dominance.

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According to the report, urban music accounted for 50% of the top 1,000 songs across all streaming platforms in 2017, with hip-hop making up 40% and R&B comprising 10%. Additionally, hip-hop came out on top in total song consumption with a 20.9% share, closely edging out rock (19.8%).

Kendrick Lamar’s “HUMBLE.” was the most audio-streamed song with more than 555.2 million streams, while DAMN. was the most streamed album with almost 2.9 billion plays. For the second year running, Drake was the most popular artist with a staggering 6 billion streams — the first artist to achieve such a feat — with Future’s 4.2 billion streams placing him second.

In total, music consumption rose 12.8% in 2017. Streaming numbers hit a record 377 billion — an incredible 50.3% increase from the year before — with paid subscriptions accounting for 80% of total audio streams, compared to 76% in 2016. Although both album sales and song sales continued to decline, vinyl sales enjoyed a 20.1% increase while cassette sales jumped 136.1%.

Click here to read BuzzAngle Music’s year-end report in full.

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