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Global Recording Artist of the Year

The Global Recording Artist of the Year is an award presented by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) to honor the best-performing recording artist based on a total of album-equivalent units, which include music downloads, streaming and physical format sales.[1] It has been awarded every year since January 2014, with British boy band One Direction becoming the first act to receive the accolade for 2013.[2] This success was attributed to the band's third studio album, Midnight Memories, which became the best-selling album of the year.[3] Taylor Swift was awarded the Global Recording Artist of 2014 following her fifth studio album, 1989. It spawned two international number-one singles, "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space".[4]

Global Recording Artist of the Year
The IFPI trophy
Awarded forMost successful recording artist worldwide based on album-equivalent units
Presented byInternational Federation of the Phonographic Industry
First awardedJanuary 2014
Most recent winnerBTS (2021)
Most awards
  • Drake
  • Taylor Swift
  • BTS (2 each)

Adele received the award for the Global Recording Artist of 2015 with the release of her third studio album, 25.[5] It was the best-selling album of the year, with its lead single, "Hello", reaching number one in nearly every country in which it charted.[6] The Global Recording Artist of 2016 went to Drake, whose fourth studio album, Views, was the third best-selling album of the year.[7][8] The album's second single, "One Dance", became the biggest digital song of the year.[8] Ed Sheeran received the award for 2017 with the release of his third studio album ÷, which included the singles "Shape of You", "Castle on the Hill", "Galway Girl", and "Perfect". He became the first recipient to have both the best-selling album and single of the year.[9] Drake won the award again in 2018, which made him the first artist to win twice.[10] Swift matched Drake's achievement when she received the award again for 2019. Her seventh studio album, Lover, was the second best-selling album of 2019.[11] The award for 2020 went to BTS. The band's fourth and fifth studio albums, Map of the Soul: 7 and Be, were the top two best-selling albums of the year. BTS became the first Asian act to win the award.[12][13] The band repeated the feat for 2021, becoming the third artist—after Drake and Swift—to win the award twice, and the first to do so in consecutive years.[14]

Top 10 Global Recording Artists of the Year

2013

 
One Direction was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2013.
Rank Artist[15] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[3] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[16]
1 One Direction Midnight Memories (first)
2 Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP2 (second)
3 Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience (third)
4 Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox (fourth) "When I Was Your Man" (eighth)
5 Katy Perry Prism (sixth) "Roar" (fifth)
6 Pink "Just Give Me a Reason" (fourth)
7 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis "Thrift Shop" (second)
8 Rihanna "Stay" (tenth)
9 Michael Bublé To Be Loved (seventh)
10 Daft Punk Random Access Memories (fifth) "Get Lucky" (sixth)

2014

 
Taylor Swift was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2014 and 2019. She is the first woman to win the award twice.
Rank Artist[4] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[17] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[17]
1 Taylor Swift 1989 (second)
2 One Direction Four (sixth)
3 Ed Sheeran X (third)
4 Coldplay Ghost Stories (fourth)
5 AC/DC Rock or Bust (seventh)
6 Michael Jackson
7 Pink Floyd The Endless River (ninth)
8 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour (fifth)
9 Katy Perry "Dark Horse" (second)
10 Beyoncé

2015

 
Adele was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2015.
Rank Artist[5] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[18] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[18]
1 Adele 25 (first) "Hello" (seventh)
2 Ed Sheeran X (second) "Thinking Out Loud" (third)
3 Taylor Swift 1989 (third) "Blank Space" (eighth)
4 Justin Bieber Purpose (fourth)
5 One Direction Made in the A.M. (sixth)
6 Coldplay A Head Full Of Dreams (eighth)
7 Maroon 5 "Sugar" (fourth)
8 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour (fifth)
9 Drake
10 The Weeknd Beauty Behind The Madness (tenth)

2016

 
Drake was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2016 and 2018. He is the first artist to win the award twice.
Rank Artist[7] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[8] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[8]
1 Drake Views (third) "One Dance" (first)
2 David Bowie Blackstar (fifth)
3 Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams (ninth)
4 Adele 25 (second)
5 Justin Bieber "Love Yourself" (second)
"Sorry" (fifth)
6 Twenty One Pilots Blurryface (eighth) "Stressed Out" (tenth)
7 Beyoncé Lemonade (first)
8 Rihanna "Work" (sixth)
9 Prince
10 The Weeknd

2017

 
Ed Sheeran was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2017. He is the first winner to also have the best-selling album and single of the year.
Rank Artist[19] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[20] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[20]
1 Ed Sheeran ÷ (first) "Shape of You" (first)
"Perfect" (ninth)
2 Drake
3 Taylor Swift Reputation (second)
4 Kendrick Lamar Damn (seventh) "Humble" (sixth)
5 Eminem Revival (eighth)
6 Bruno Mars 24K Magic (tenth) "That's What I Like" (fourth)
7 The Weeknd
8 Imagine Dragons "Believer" (tenth)
9 Linkin Park
10 The Chainsmokers "Something Just like This" (third)
"Closer" (fifth)

2018

Rank Artist[10] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[21] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[22]
1 Drake "God's Plan" (second)
2 BTS Love Yourself: Answer (second)
Love Yourself: Tear (third)
3 Ed Sheeran ÷ (sixth) "Shape of You" (third)
"Perfect" (fourth)
4 Post Malone "Psycho" (tenth)
5 Eminem Kamikaze (ninth)
6 Queen Bohemian Rhapsody (seventh)
7 Imagine Dragons
8 Ariana Grande
9 Lady Gaga A Star Is Born (fourth)
10 Bruno Mars

2019

Rank Artist[23] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[24] IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year[25]
1 Taylor Swift Lover (second)
2 Ed Sheeran No.6 Collaborations Project (seventh) "I Don't Care" (seventh)
3 Post Malone "Sunflower" (fourth)
4 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (fifth) "Bad Guy" (first)
5 Queen Bohemian Rhapsody: The Original Soundtrack (sixth)
6 Ariana Grande Thank U, Next (eighth) "7 Rings" (fifth)
7 BTS Map of the Soul: Persona (third)
8 Drake
9 Lady Gaga A Star Is Born (fourth) "Shallow" (eight)
10 The Beatles Abbey Road (tenth)

2020

 
BTS was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2020—the first Asian artist to win the award—and 2021. They are the first artist to win in consecutive years.
Rank Artist[26] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[13] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year (All Formats)[27] IFPI Top 10 Song of the Year[28]
1 BTS Map of the Soul: 7 (first)
Be (second)
Map of the Soul: 7 - The Journey (eighth)
Map of the Soul: 7 (first)
Be (fourth)
"Dynamite" (tenth)
2 Taylor Swift Folklore (fourth) Folklore (ninth)
3 Drake "Life Is Good" (sixth)
4 The Weeknd After Hours (second) "Blinding Lights" (first)
5 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (third) "Bad Guy" (ninth)
6 Eminem
7 Post Malone Hollywood's Bleeding (sixth)
8 Ariana Grande
9 Juice Wrld
10 Justin Bieber Changes (seventh) Changes (eighth)

2021

Rank Artist[29] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year[30] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year (All Formats)[30] IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year (Vinyl)[30] IFPI Top 10 Song of the Year[31]
1 BTS BTS, the Best (fourth) "Butter"(fourth)
2 Taylor Swift Red (Taylor's Version) (seventh)
Fearless (Taylor's Version) (tenth)
Red (Taylor's Version) (sixth)
Evermore (tenth)
3 Adele 30 (first) 30 (first) 30 (first)
4 Drake
5 Ed Sheeran = (fifth) = (fourth) "Bad Habits" (tenth)
6 The Weeknd After Hours (fifth) "Save Your Tears" (first)
"Blinding Lights" (seventh)
7 Billie Eilish Happier Than Ever (fifth)
8 Justin Bieber Justice (sixth) Justice (third) "Stay" (second)
"Peaches" (sixth)
9 Seventeen Attacca (third)
Your Choice (eighth)
10 Olivia Rodrigo Sour (second) Sour (fourth) "Drivers License" (fifth)
"Good 4 U" (eighth)

See also

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External links

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Global Recording Artist of the Year
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The Global Recording Artist of the Year is an award presented by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry IFPI to honor the best performing recording artist based on a total of album equivalent units which include music downloads streaming and physical format sales 1 It has been awarded every year since January 2014 with British boy band One Direction becoming the first act to receive the accolade for 2013 2 This success was attributed to the band s third studio album Midnight Memories which became the best selling album of the year 3 Taylor Swift was awarded the Global Recording Artist of 2014 following her fifth studio album 1989 It spawned two international number one singles Shake It Off and Blank Space 4 Global Recording Artist of the YearThe IFPI trophyAwarded forMost successful recording artist worldwide based on album equivalent unitsPresented byInternational Federation of the Phonographic IndustryFirst awardedJanuary 2014Most recent winnerBTS 2021 Most awardsDrakeTaylor SwiftBTS 2 each Adele received the award for the Global Recording Artist of 2015 with the release of her third studio album 25 5 It was the best selling album of the year with its lead single Hello reaching number one in nearly every country in which it charted 6 The Global Recording Artist of 2016 went to Drake whose fourth studio album Views was the third best selling album of the year 7 8 The album s second single One Dance became the biggest digital song of the year 8 Ed Sheeran received the award for 2017 with the release of his third studio album which included the singles Shape of You Castle on the Hill Galway Girl and Perfect He became the first recipient to have both the best selling album and single of the year 9 Drake won the award again in 2018 which made him the first artist to win twice 10 Swift matched Drake s achievement when she received the award again for 2019 Her seventh studio album Lover was the second best selling album of 2019 11 The award for 2020 went to BTS The band s fourth and fifth studio albums Map of the Soul 7 and Be were the top two best selling albums of the year BTS became the first Asian act to win the award 12 13 The band repeated the feat for 2021 becoming the third artist after Drake and Swift to win the award twice and the first to do so in consecutive years 14 Contents 1 Top 10 Global Recording Artists of the Year 1 1 2013 1 2 2014 1 3 2015 1 4 2016 1 5 2017 1 6 2018 1 7 2019 1 8 2020 1 9 2021 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksTop 10 Global Recording Artists of the Year Edit2013 Edit One Direction was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2013 Rank Artist 15 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 3 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 16 1 One Direction Midnight Memories first 2 Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP2 second 3 Justin Timberlake The 20 20 Experience third 4 Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox fourth When I Was Your Man eighth 5 Katy Perry Prism sixth Roar fifth 6 Pink Just Give Me a Reason fourth 7 Macklemore amp Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop second 8 Rihanna Stay tenth 9 Michael Buble To Be Loved seventh 10 Daft Punk Random Access Memories fifth Get Lucky sixth 2014 Edit Taylor Swift was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2014 and 2019 She is the first woman to win the award twice Rank Artist 4 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 17 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 17 1 Taylor Swift 1989 second 2 One Direction Four sixth 3 Ed Sheeran X third 4 Coldplay Ghost Stories fourth 5 AC DC Rock or Bust seventh 6 Michael Jackson 7 Pink Floyd The Endless River ninth 8 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour fifth 9 Katy Perry Dark Horse second 10 Beyonce 2015 Edit Adele was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2015 Rank Artist 5 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 18 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 18 1 Adele 25 first Hello seventh 2 Ed Sheeran X second Thinking Out Loud third 3 Taylor Swift 1989 third Blank Space eighth 4 Justin Bieber Purpose fourth 5 One Direction Made in the A M sixth 6 Coldplay A Head Full Of Dreams eighth 7 Maroon 5 Sugar fourth 8 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour fifth 9 Drake 10 The Weeknd Beauty Behind The Madness tenth 2016 Edit Drake was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2016 and 2018 He is the first artist to win the award twice Rank Artist 7 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 8 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 8 1 Drake Views third One Dance first 2 David Bowie Blackstar fifth 3 Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams ninth 4 Adele 25 second 5 Justin Bieber Love Yourself second Sorry fifth 6 Twenty One Pilots Blurryface eighth Stressed Out tenth 7 Beyonce Lemonade first 8 Rihanna Work sixth 9 Prince 10 The Weeknd 2017 Edit Ed Sheeran was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2017 He is the first winner to also have the best selling album and single of the year Rank Artist 19 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 20 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 20 1 Ed Sheeran first Shape of You first Perfect ninth 2 Drake 3 Taylor Swift Reputation second 4 Kendrick Lamar Damn seventh Humble sixth 5 Eminem Revival eighth 6 Bruno Mars 24K Magic tenth That s What I Like fourth 7 The Weeknd 8 Imagine Dragons Believer tenth 9 Linkin Park 10 The Chainsmokers Something Just like This third Closer fifth 2018 Edit Rank Artist 10 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 21 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 22 1 Drake God s Plan second 2 BTS Love Yourself Answer second Love Yourself Tear third 3 Ed Sheeran sixth Shape of You third Perfect fourth 4 Post Malone Psycho tenth 5 Eminem Kamikaze ninth 6 Queen Bohemian Rhapsody seventh 7 Imagine Dragons 8 Ariana Grande 9 Lady Gaga A Star Is Born fourth 10 Bruno Mars 2019 Edit Rank Artist 23 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 24 IFPI Top 10 Single of the Year 25 1 Taylor Swift Lover second 2 Ed Sheeran No 6 Collaborations Project seventh I Don t Care seventh 3 Post Malone Sunflower fourth 4 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go fifth Bad Guy first 5 Queen Bohemian Rhapsody The Original Soundtrack sixth 6 Ariana Grande Thank U Next eighth 7 Rings fifth 7 BTS Map of the Soul Persona third 8 Drake 9 Lady Gaga A Star Is Born fourth Shallow eight 10 The Beatles Abbey Road tenth 2020 Edit BTS was awarded the IFPI Global Recording Artist of 2020 the first Asian artist to win the award and 2021 They are the first artist to win in consecutive years Rank Artist 26 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 13 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year All Formats 27 IFPI Top 10 Song of the Year 28 1 BTS Map of the Soul 7 first Be second Map of the Soul 7 The Journey eighth Map of the Soul 7 first Be fourth Dynamite tenth 2 Taylor Swift Folklore fourth Folklore ninth 3 Drake Life Is Good sixth 4 The Weeknd After Hours second Blinding Lights first 5 Billie Eilish When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go third Bad Guy ninth 6 Eminem 7 Post Malone Hollywood s Bleeding sixth 8 Ariana Grande 9 Juice Wrld 10 Justin Bieber Changes seventh Changes eighth 2021 Edit Rank Artist 29 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year 30 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year All Formats 30 IFPI Top 10 Album of the Year Vinyl 30 IFPI Top 10 Song of the Year 31 1 BTS BTS the Best fourth Butter fourth 2 Taylor Swift Red Taylor s Version seventh Fearless Taylor s Version tenth Red Taylor s Version sixth Evermore tenth 3 Adele 30 first 30 first 30 first 4 Drake 5 Ed Sheeran fifth fourth Bad Habits tenth 6 The Weeknd After Hours fifth Save Your Tears first Blinding Lights seventh 7 Billie Eilish Happier Than Ever fifth 8 Justin Bieber Justice sixth Justice third Stay second Peaches sixth 9 Seventeen Attacca third Your Choice eighth 10 Olivia Rodrigo Sour second Sour fourth Drivers License fifth Good 4 U eighth See also Edit Record production portalList of best selling albums of the 21st century List of best selling singles List of Billboard Year End number one singles and albums List of best selling music artistsReferences Edit Global Recording Artist of the Year www ifpi org Archived from the original on 5 March 2014 Retrieved 24 June 2021 One Direction are officially the biggest 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