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Here’s what music and sports fans searched for in 2019

12 months In Lookup 2019 New music and Sports

Simon Rogers

Data Editor, Google News Lab

Revealed Dec 12, 2019

Songs enthusiasts and sports activities lovers, collect spherical! Asking yourself if all people else is as fascinated by your  preferred musician or sporting activities crew as you? 12 months in Search may have your respond to.

We took a closer glimpse at the artists from diverse genres and groups across different leagues that held us entertained in 2019. For far more, you can check out the world-wide and region-particular lists




Musicians in pop, rap and state had us singing and browsing in 2019. Here are the prime 5 trending musicians from these classes in the U.S.


  1. Billie Eilish

  2. Lizzo

  3. Jonas Brothers

  4. Cody Simpson

  5. Aaron Carter


  1. 21 Savage

  2. Lil Nas X

  3. A$AP Rocky

  4. Tekashi69

  5. Soulja Boy


  1. Granger Smith

  2. Kacey Musgraves

  3. Billy Ray Cyrus 

  4. Marty Stuart

  5. Dolly Parton

Sporting activities Teams 

From knocking it out of the park to scoring a touchdown, these sports groups experienced people today on the edge of their seats this year in the U.S. Below are the top trending sports activities teams.


  1. Dallas Cowboys

  2. New England Patriots

  3. Green Bay Packers

  4. Kansas Metropolis Chiefs

  5. Chicago Bears

  6. Cleveland Browns

  7. San Francisco 49ers

  8. New Orleans Saints

  9. Oakland Raiders

  10. Los Angeles Rams


  1. New York Yankees

  2. Houston Astros

  3. St. Louis Cardinals

  4. Atlanta Braves

  5. Washington Nationals

  6. Philadelphia Phillies

  7. Minnesota Twins

  8. New York Mets

  9. Cleveland Indians

  10. Cincinnati Crimson


  1. Los Angeles Lakers

  2. Golden Condition Warriors

  3. Toronto Raptors

  4. Philadelphia 76ers

  5. Milwaukee Bucks

  6. Portland Path Blazers

  7. New York Knicks

  8. Los Angeles Clippers

  9. Denver Nuggets

  10. Miami Warmth


  1. Washington Mystics

  2. Los Angeles Sparks

  3. Las Vegas Aces

  4. New York Liberty

  5. Connecticut Solar

  6. Chicago Sky

  7. Dallas Wings

  8. Indiana Fever


  1. Boston Bruins

  2. St. Louis Blues

  3. Chicago Blackhawks

  4. San Jose Sharks

  5. Detroit Crimson Wings

  6. New York Rangers

  7. Dallas Stars

  8. New York Islanders

  9. Buffalo Sabres

  10. Carolina Hurricanes


  1. Los Angeles FC

  2. Seattle Sounders FC

  3. LA Galaxy

  4. FC Dallas

  5. Philadelphia Union

  6. New England Revolution

  7. Genuine Salt Lake

  8. Houston Dynamo

  9. Chicago Hearth Soccer Club

  10. San Jose Earthquakes


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