Everyone's taste in music is different. Have you ever wondered what people around you love to listen to? What about people all the way across the country? With data compiled from Vivid Seats, Spotify and Pandora, we've created a list of the most popular pop stars in every state. Does your state have enough Beyoncé fans to charter a chapter of the Beyhive? Or does your hometown have Bieber Fever? Find out...
Alabama: Lil Pump
He may just be 18 years old, but this Miami-born rapper is dominating Alabama with his songs. He also has an Instagram following of 15.8 million.
Alaska: Luke Bryan
The country girls (and guys) in Alaska are shakin' it to Luke Bryan.
The British singer has a voice that can move anyone to tears, including the residents of Arizona.
Arkansas: Demi Lovato
The Disney star turned pop princess' powerhouse vocals are just right for the folks of Arkansas.
California loves Queen Bey. The award-winning singer, songwriter and actress is one of the most famous women in the world.
Colorado: Justin Bieber
Colorado is known for glorious mountains, breathtaking views, great hikes and apparently loving Canadian pop stars.
Connecticut might have the most Drake fans per capita, but his "In My Feelings" challenge took the whole world by storm.
The music video for his track, “I’m Upset,” harkens back to the rapper’s Degrassi days and features many of his old cast members.
Florida: Justin Bieber
In July 2018, the pop singer got engaged to model Hailey Baldwin. Do you think the couple hears his songs when they visit Disney World?
Beyoncé is one of the most successful musicians of her generation. In July 2017, Billboard revealed that she was the highest-paid musician in 2016.
Hawaii: Bruno Mars
The king of catchy bops is a Hawaii native. He was born on the island of Honolulu.
Idaho: Twenty One Pilots
The popular duo broke their year-long silence in July 2018 by releasing two new songs plus a new music video. Their fifth studio album, Trench, will be released in October 2018.
The music icon is one of the most-followed celebrities on Instagram, with a current following of 117 million.
Indiana: Demi Lovato
In her single, “Sober,” released in June 2018, Demi’s struggles with depression and substance abuse are highlighted.
Iowa: Taylor Swift
The pop queen is the winner of 10 GRAMMYs. She was only 16 when she received her first Top 40 hit with her song, “Tim McGraw.”
Kansas: Garth Brooks
He’s a country legend, but Garth also had an alter ego named Chris Gaines who performed rock music. The album was released to mixed reviews.
Kentucky: Demi Lovato
Demi has collaborated with many artists such as DJ Khaled, Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott.
Louisiana: Demi Lovato
Demi’s musical range is exceptional, and the styles of her albums vary from heavy pop to rock to R&B/Soul.
Maine: Justin Timberlake
The residents of Maine enjoy the former *NYSYNC member as much as they enjoy fresh lobster.
The Houston-born singer’s performance from 2018’s Coachella is still being talked about. There was even a Destiny's Child reunion.
Massachusetts: Dua Lipa
The English singer and songwriter has been performing since she was just 14, and began by uploading covers of popular songs to her own YouTube channel.
Michigan: Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick has a total of 29 GRAMMY nominations and has won the prestigious award 12 times.
Minnesota: Justin Timberlake
The Mickey Mouse Club alum often appears on Saturday Night Live, and has hosted the show several times.
The hip-hop trio’s song, “Walk It Out,” features Drake and peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Missouri: Justin Timberlake
The triple-threat has been married to actress Jessica Biel since 2012. They have one son together.
Montana: Maroon 5
The band, including frontman Adam Levine, has been together since 1994 and was originally called Kara’s Flowers.
Nebraska: Post Malone
The rapper, singer and songwriter’s rise to fame can be traced back to the success of his single, “White Iverson.”
Nevada: Kendrick Lamar
The rapper's record, DAMN., became the first non-jazz and non-classical album to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
New Hampshire: Eminem
Marshall Mathers is the first rap artist to ever win an Academy Award for Best Song. He won for his song, “Lose Yourself,” which is featured on the soundtrack for the movie he also starred in, 8 Mile.
New Jersey: Coldplay
The British band, fronted by lead singer Chris Martin, has a career that spans decades.
New Mexico: Logic
In 2018, the rapper’s song, “1-800-273-8255,” was nominated for two GRAMMYs, including Song of the Year and Best Music Video.
New York: Drake
In 2018, Drake’s feud with New York-native Pusha T became the subject of the internet. On Pusha T’s diss track, “The Story of Adidon,” Pusha T outed the fact that Drake had fathered a child but kept it a secret.
North Carolina: Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick curated and produced the soundtrack for Marvel’s Black Panther. The soundtrack is as amazing as the movie.
North Dakota: Justin Bieber
Justin is another famous celeb who started out posting covers of popular songs on YouTube. In 2016, The Biebs became the first artist to surpass 10 billion video views on Vevo.
Ohio: Demi Lovato
If you’re ever visiting Ohio, just know you’re probably surrounded by a bunch of Lovatics.
Oklahoma: Demi Lovato
Demi has served as a judge on The X Factor for two seasons, in 2012 and 2013. She has also appeared on Glee as a recurring character.
Oregon: A$AP Ferg
A$AP Ferg is a member of the A$AP Mob, which also includes rapper A$AP Rocky.
With her album, Lemonade, Queen Bey became the first artist in Billboard chart history to debut in the number one slot with their first six studio albums.
Rhode Island: Luke Bryan
In 2017, Luke came on as a judge for ABC’s American Idol, further proving his crossover appeal.
South Carolina: Garth Brooks
You might be surprised to see Garth on this list again, but his success makes him one of the richest and most popular country singers ever.
South Dakota: Charlie Puth
The singer and songwriter grew to success through his YouTube videos going viral, making him a true millennial pop star.
Tennessee: Justin Timberlake
It makes sense that Tennessee loves Justin (as does the rest of the world). The GRAMMY-winning artist was born in Memphis, making him a true country boy.
JAY-Z says it best with his lyrics, “BK is from Texas.” Indeed, Beyoncé hails from Houston, Texas.
Utah: Justin Bieber
Justin, while only 24 years old, has been listed three times by Forbes magazine as one of the top 10 most powerful celebrities in the world.
The Real Slim Shady has appeared in numerous films, including Funny People and The Interview.
Virginia: Demi Lovato
Demi was the recipient of the 2016 GLAAD Vanguard Award for her activism within the LGBT community.
Washington: Charlie Puth
The GRAMMY-nominated artist has been open about being bullied growing up, and his experience getting through a nervous breakdown.
West Virginia: Garth Brooks
Garth is a favorite of the South and has been nominated for a GRAMMY 14 times.
Wisconsin: Justin Timberlake
Along with his incredible dancing skills and singing abilities, Justin is also an accomplished actor. He’s starred in several critically acclaimed movies, including The Social Network and Inside Llewyn Davis.
Wyoming: Florida Georgia Line
The country duo has had several crossover pop hits, including their collaboration with Bebe Rexha, “Meant to Be.”