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Friends continues with Reunion music

Ever since the cast of the famous 90s series Friends, everyone's favorite, said goodbye to our screens in 2004, fans of the series have never lost hope of seeing the legendary cast of this popular TV production together again Dec. Friends Reunionwith the release on May 27, Spotify has also revealed that the series shows fans are experiencing a serious Central Perk nostalgia.

From The Rembrandt, the series ' generic soundtrack ‘I'll be there for you’ it has been listened to more than 137 million times worldwide. Are not limited to this only! As followers of the series prepare for this big gathering, Official Friends playlist on Spotify last week's rest rate was up 80 percent from the previous week.  In fact, this playlist has been listened to on Spotify this year, 4,000 percent more than it was three years ago, and 200 percent more than it was at the same time last year.

It looks like Generation Z is racing to catch up on the Dec. So much so that the 18-24 age group stands out as the age group that listens the most to the official Friends playlist available on Spotify, with that age group accounting for about two-fifths of total listens. The 18-24 age group is followed by the 25-29 age December.

Here's October extra data on Friends-themed listening that will prepare you for the big meet:

Turkey became the second most listened country to the official Friends playlist available on Spotify. Other countries:

  • India
  • Turkey
  • Germany
  • America
  • Brazil
  • England
  • France
  • Philippines
  • Spain
  • Italy

 

Surprise hit of Friends series 'Smelly Cat'', along with the interest of fans of the series continues its rise. So much so that the three versions of the song have been listened to on Spotify a total of 1.5 million times, a huge increase in their listening, especially last week.
 

1,800 ‘Smelly Cat’ playlists have been created by users around the world. Among these playlists is Smelly Cat Medley, decked out by Phoebe Buffay and Hairballs, which stands out as the most popular Smelly Cat version.  Other popular songs on the Smelly Cat playlists include: “from Coldplay"Fix You”, By Billie Eilish "bad guy”  and from One Direction ”What Makes You Beautiful".

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