Nah, there is absolutely no positive correlation between good music and how many streams a musician has because of issues concerning money, industry politics, and all that kind of stuff.
For example, if an artist gets blackballed then chances are their music isn't gonna get more spins on the radio, consequently, online music streaming platforms will follow suit by removing their songs from curated playlists.
The mainstream media has this habit of trying to influence what people should listen to and what they shouldn't.
And because of that media bias, certain artists will be labeled as good musicians and the ones the mainstream media doesn't like will be labeled as horrible musicians.
What you then end up with is a situation wherein recording artists affiliated with major record labels and music publishers with strong media ties will regularly get good reviews by media outlets whilst the rest of singers and rappers' efforts are neglected in the grand scheme of things.
The quality of music always depends on who you ask. That's about it really.
Anything else it's just business. Of course, it can get personal when one artist tries to use their influence to stop another artist from getting enough media attention, positive publicity from showbiz bloggers, etc.
Furthermore, many radio personalities and DSP playlist curators are on major record label's payroll receiving them payola checks, therefore, the game is rigged and will always be rigged.