Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of All Time

Anime has always been a popular source of entertainment for people of all ages, and the same can be said for its music. And thanks to the rise of streaming platforms like Spotify, anime music has become more accessible to fans worldwide. Today, let’s take a look at the Top 5 most streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of all time.

Anime music has become a global phenomenon, and these songs are a testament to its popularity. From haunting melodies to catchy choruses. These songs have captured the hearts of fans worldwide and will continue to do so for years to come.

Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify

5. “Silhouette” by KANA-BOON

Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of All Time
Image Courtesy of Crunchyroll
  • Streams: 165 million+
  • Anime: Naruto Shippuden

Kana-Boon’s “Silhouette,” the second opening theme for Naruto, ranks among the most streamed anime openings on Spotify. This track is the sixteenth opening theme used in the Naruto series.

This song is widely regarded as the best opening theme of Naruto and is often hailed as one of the greatest anime openings of all time. It evokes a sense of nostalgia among fans who hold it dear to their hearts.

4. “Inferno” by Mrs. GREEN APPLE

  • Streams: 190 million+
  • Anime: Fire Force

In 2019, Fire Force debuted in the summer and stood out as a popular shonen anime series, surpassing even some returning fan favorites in the genre.

  • The first opening theme of Fire Force, “Inferno” by Mrs. GREEN APPLE, perfectly captured the tone of the show’s first season with its memorable J-rock melody. Making it at no. 4 in our list of Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify.
  • The song draws various fire analogies, like a flame illuminating the path in darkness and leading the listener. It concludes with a resounding declaration of moving forward in life until one’s light extinguishes.

3. “Unravel” by TK From Ling Tosite Sigure

  • Streams: 250 million+
  • Anime: Tokyo Ghoul

Unravel is the opening theme song for the hit anime series Tokyo Ghoul. The song is performed by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure and has amassed over 250 million streams on Spotify alone. The haunting melody and introspective lyrics perfectly capture the mood of the series, making it a fan favorite.

Toru Kitajima’s distinct vocals and emotive performance perfectly complement the melancholic lyrics that mirror Kaneki’s tragic journey, selling the song effectively.

2. “Kaikai Kitan” by Eve 

Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of All Time
Image Courtesy of Crunchyroll
  • Streams: 258 million+
  • Anime: Jujutsu Kaisen

Although it’s a relatively recent addition to anime openings, the first opening theme of this supernatural dark fantasy anime, sung by Japanese artist Eve, has gained massive popularity and streams since its release.

With its exceptional vocals and a fusion of J-pop, rock, and hip-hop, the song stands out from other anime openings, offering a perfect blend of these genres.

1. “Gurenge” by LiSA

  • Streams: 320 million+
  • Anime: Demon Slayer

In our list of Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of All Time, at no. 1 we have Gurenge by LiSA, the opening theme of the anime Demon Slayer. It has become a global hit, with its uplifting melody and empowering lyrics resonating with fans worldwide. It has amassed over 320 million plus streams on Spotify.

LiSA’s powerful vocals shone in this intense rock track, effectively immersing the viewers into the dark universe of Kimetsu no Yaiba.


That was our list of Top 5 Most Streamed Anime Songs on Spotify of All Time. What do you think about it? Do let us know in the comments down below.

Also Read: Bartender Glass of God Anime: Release date + Where to watch?

Make sure you share, subscribe to our push notifications, and never miss an update from the world of video games, cinema, and sports. You can also follow us on Twitter @spieltimes  for the latest Demon Slayer Season 3 news and updates. Stay Safe and Happy Gaming!


Madhumoy is a Senior Writer at Spiel Times and a high school understudy at Don Bosco High School, Tinsukia, Assam. For him, the fun is in the search. When Madhumoy isn't writing, he's most likely watching other TV shows, watching anime, reading non-fiction or experiencing other paths and systems. He lives with his grandparents and parents and a little hope.