Entertainment On Spotify, Queen's "Don’t Stop Me Now" has been listened to over a billion times

13:19  18 february  2021
13:19  18 february  2021 Source:   vanityfair.fr

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  Sur Spotify, « Don’t Stop Me Now » de Queen a été écoutée plus d’un milliard de fois © Provided by Vanity Fair

Even today, the band sets a new record. It's official, the song "Don’t Stop Me Now" by Queen has just surpassed 1 billion plays on Spotify, fifty years after its release. This is the third title to break this record on Spotify, after " Bohemian Rhapsody " and "Wonderwall" by Oasis .

Released for the first time in 1979, this hit was taken from the Jazz album and is one of the group’s greatest hits. With the release of the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody in 2018, retracing the journey of singer Freddie Mercury , the work is experiencing renewed interest from listeners. Several million copies of the Greatest Hits and The Platinum Collection compilations have been sold.

Queen is also embarking on a new world tour, including a concert scheduled at the Accor Arena in Paris has been postponed to July 13, 2022. In the meantime, fans can console themselves by listening to "Don't Stop Me Now" which, according to a study, would make you happy. A feeling that is not superfluous in this time of health crisis.

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