Spotify's Top 10 most streamed tracks

 

The Associated Press

The following list represents the top streamed tracks on Spotify from Monday, June 30, to Sunday, July 6:

UNITED STATES

1. MAGIC!, "Rude" (RCA Records)

2. Iggy Azalea, "Fancy" (Virgin EMI Records)

3. Ariana Grande, "Problem" (Republic Records)

4. Nico & Vinz, "Am I Wrong" (Parlophone Norway)

5. Disclosure, "Latch" (Interscope Records)

6. Calvin Harris, "Summer" (Columbia Records)

7. Maroon 5, "Maps" (Interscope Records)

8. Jason Derulo, "Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg)" (Warner Bros. Records)

9. MKTO, "Classic" (Columbia Records)

10. Ariana Grande, "Break Free" (Republic Records)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. Ariana Grande, "Problem" (Republic Records)

2. Ed Sheeran, "Sing" (Atlantic Records UK)

3. George Ezra, "Budapest" (Columbia Records)

4. Ella Henderson, "Ghost" (Syco Music)

5. Mr. Probz, "Waves - Robin Schulz Radio Edit" (Ultra / Sony Music Entertainment Netherlands B.V.)

6. Ed Sheeran, "Don't" (Atlantic Records UK)

7. Sam Smith, "Stay With Me" (Capitol Records Ltd.)

8. Iggy Azalea, "Fancy" (Virgin EMI Records)

9. Oliver Heldens, Becky Hill, "Gecko (Overdrive) - Radio Edit" (Parlophone Records Ltd)

10. Calvin Harris, "Summer" (Columbia Records)

GLOBAL

1. Calvin Harris, "Summer" (Columbia Records)

2. Ariana Grande, "Problem" (Republic Records)

3. MAGIC!, "Rude" (RCA Records)

4. Iggy Azalea, "Fancy" (Virgin EMI Records)

5. Jason Derulo, "Wiggle (feat. Snoop Dogg)" (Warner Bros. Records)

6. Coldplay, "A Sky Full Of Stars" (Parlophone UK)

7. Tiësto, "Wasted" (Republic Records)

8. Nico & Vinz, "Am I Wrong" (Parlophone Norway)

9. Ed Sheeran, "Sing" (Atlantic Records UK)

10. Clean Bandit, "Rather Be Feat. Jesse Glynne" (Atlantic Records UK)

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