Spotify’s Top 10 most viral tracks

The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday June 29, to Sunday, July 5, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. FLETCHER, “War Paint” (Snapback Entertainment LLC.)

2. Megan Davies, “See You Again, Love Me Like You Do, Sugar (Acoustic Mashup)” (560877 Records DK)

3. Kuana Torres Kahele, “Lava” (Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar)

4. Kaptan, “Anywhere We Go” (South By Sea Music)

5. Tribe Society , “Kings” (Island Records)

6. XY&O, “Low Tide” (Electric MVM)

7. AC/DC, “Highway To Hell” (J. Albert & Son (Pty.) Ltd.)

8. OIJ, “Blinded” (OIJ)

9. Klyne , “Paralyzed” (Aesop)

10. Lil Dicky, “$ave Dat Money (feat. Fetty Wap & Rich Homie Quan)” (CMSN / David Burd Music)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. AC/DC, “Highway To Hell” (J. Albert & Son (Pty.) Ltd.)

2. Thundercat, “Them Changes” (Brainfeeder)

3. Megan Davies, “See You Again, Love Me Like You Do, Sugar (Acoustic Mashup)” (560877 Records DK)

4. Krept & Konan, “Freak Of The Week” (Virgin EMI Records)

5. Lera Lynn, “The Only Thing Worth Fighting For – From The HBO Series True Detective” (Harvest Records)

6. Conrad Sewell, “Hold Me Up” (300 Entertainment)

7. Tinie Tempah, “Not Letting Go (feat. Jess Glynne)” (Parlophone Records)

8. Val Doonican, “Walk Tall” (Demon Music Group Ltd.)

9. Cameron Bedell, “Earned It (Acoustic Cover)” (Cameron Bedell & Megan Davies)

10. Klyne , “Paralyzed” (Aesop)

GLOBAL

1. Kuana Torres Kahele, “Lava” (Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar)

2. AC/DC, “Highway To Hell” (J. Albert & Son (Pty.) Ltd.)

3. FLETCHER, “War Paint” (Snapback Entertainment LLC.)

4. Megan Davies, “See You Again, Love Me Like You Do, Sugar (Acoustic Mashup)” (560877 Records DK)

5. Kris Kross Amsterdam, “Until The Morning – Original Mix” ()

6. Kaptan, “Anywhere We Go” (South By Sea Music)

7. XY&O, “Low Tide” (Electric MVM)

8. Klyne , “Paralyzed” (Aesop)

9. Tribe Society , “Kings” (Island Records)

10. OIJ, “Blinded” (OIJ)

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