Bromley commuters favour Snoop Dogg and Ed Sheeran

PUBLISHED: 13:25 29 October 2014 | UPDATED: 13:25 29 October 2014

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg

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The superstars are firm favourites during the travel to and from work

Bromley commuters are channelling their inner ‘gangsta’ according to new data which reveals Snoop Dogg is the most listened to artist on the way home from work.

The research, from Vodafone and Spotify, has also revealed that pop is the favourite genre for commuters from Bromley, while Ed Sheeran is the favourite pre-work artist.

Spotify and Vodafone found the results by analysing 4G data used by customers in Bromley.

With the average person spending a staggering 10,634 hours of their life commuting to and from work, more and more workers are choosing to stream music and film during journeys.

Cindy Rose, consumer director of Vodafone UK, said: “With 1.8 million Britons travelling three hours or more for work in 2013*, offering Spotify to our 4G customers means that they have the chance to brighten their morning and afternoon commutes with their favourite tunes. Regardless of the mode of transport users of our network have the option of streaming artists, songs and playlists of their own choice over our unbeatable 4G network.

“For us, 4G speeds are only the start – it’s what customers can do with 4G that matters and Vodafone is proud to offer the opportunity for everyone to experience high quality music streaming, on the go and at a cost that suits their budget.”

Bromley’s top three artists during pre-work are:

1. Ed Sheeran

2. Sam Smith

3. Ariana Grande

Bromley’s top three artists during post-work are:

1. Snoop Dogg

2. Ramin Djawadi

3. Sanchez

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