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Who Should Win Top Streaming Songs Artist at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards? Vote!

The 2020 Billboard Music Awards will honor music’s biggest hitmakers in just a couple of weeks, but only one can claim the title of Top Streaming Songs Artist.

Post Malone, who leads this year’s nominations with 16, also has the most top 10 hits on Billboard’s Streaming Songs chart with 19. Travis Scott follows closely behind with 14 top 10 bangers (but earns more No. 1s with four to his name), DaBaby carries 10, Billie Eilish secures five and Lil Nas X has 2.

Three of the nominees are also up for Top Streaming Song: Eilish (“bad guy”), Lil Nas X (“Old Town Road,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus) and Malone (“Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” with Swae Lee).

The 2020 Billboard Music Awards will air Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. ET, live from Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre on NBC, with Kelly Clarkson returning for her third year as the evening’s host. The 2020 Billboard Music Awards are produced by dick clark productions, which is owned by MRC Entertainment, the parent company of Billboard.

So which Top Streaming Songs Artist nominee should take home the title at this year’s BBMAs? Vote below!

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