Summer is the season of sun, beaches, and fun. Along with it come the hottest new tracks for the season. Spotify is back with its annual ‘Song of the Summer’ prediction. From road trips with friends to spending time in the sun with a cold drink, here are some tunes for every summer activity.
Where She Goes by Bad Bunny, Fast Car by Luke Combs, and Ella Baila Sola by Eslabon Armando and Peso Pluma are some of the many songs included in Songs of Summer Predictions.
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The list is filled with songs that cross genres, cultures and languages, highlighting how the world listens to music in this hot weather. It’s also a great opportunity for listeners to discover songs they’ve never heard before.
Spotify is also introducing a new service Spotify Summer Heat Map – An interactive real-time map highlighting the top summer songs from different countries on Spotify around the world.
Ireland’s top five includes David Kushner’s ‘Daylight’, Miley Cyrus’ ‘Flowers’ and Jazzy’s ‘Giving Me’, which is currently a top song in the country.
Overall, Spotify has more than 32 million user-created “summer” playlists, and the trends driving streams on Spotify this year range from Barbie dolls to pickleballs. Let’s take a look at the playlists that will be created this summer.
there are over 500,000 Spotify playlists created by Barbie and Barbie Core users. After May 26th, barbie Playlist creation spiked nearly 270% when movie trailers were released. Top his tracks added to these Barbie playlists include Aqua’s Barbie Girl. “Toxic” by Britney Spears. Spice Girls Wannabe. Oops!…I Did It Again by Britney Spears;
Taylor Swift’s “Cruel Summer” Crowned Most Streamed Song with Summer in the Title With Over 96 Million Streams Between April 1, 2023 and May 30, 2023 shone in Runners-up included Lana Del Rey’s “Summertime Sadness,” Calvin Harris’ “Summer,” and “Summer Of.” 69 years of Bryan Adams.
The pickleball craze is heating up around the world, with Spotify seeing a 205% increase in the number of streams for pickleball playlists in May 2023 compared to May 2022. Popular songs include Don’t Stop Believin by Journey, September by Earth, Wind & Fire, “Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd and “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor.
Global streams saw a nearly 230% surge in average streams per day. little mermaid‘s soundtracks (both original and new) were released after the film’s premiere on May 26. Outstanding productions include Halle’s new productions of Part of Your World and For the First Time, Awkwafina and David Diggs’ The Scuttlebutt, Jonah Hauer-King ‘s “Wild Uncharted” was included. Waters.
Each year, Spotify’s global curation team uses streaming numbers, current trajectories and future predictions to predict which songs might trend this summer. Below is an alphabetical list of predictions.
“4EVA (feat. Pharrell Williams)” by KAYTRAMINÉ, Aminé
“All My Life (feat. J.Cole)” Lil Dark, J. Cole
“Baby Don’t Heart Me” David Guetta, Anne-Marie, Koy Leray
Lema, Selena Gomez, ‘Calm Down (with Selena Gomez)’
Taylor Swift’s “Cruel Summer”
“Cupid Twin Ver.” – Artist: Fifty Fifty
“Dance the Night (from Barbie the Album)” by Dua Lipa
“She Dances Alone” Eslavon Armado, Featherweight
“Fast Car” by Luke Combs
Toosii “Favorite Song”
“Last Night” by Morgan Warren
“Miracle (with Ellie Goulding)” Calvin Harris, Ellie Goulding
“Moonlight” by Kari Uchis
‘Not Strong Enough’ by Boisenius
“Peaches & Eggplants (feat. 21 Savage)” Young Nudy, 21 Savage
“Rhyme Dust” MK, Dom Dollar
Davido “Unavailable (feat. Musa Keys)”
“VAGABUNDO” by Sebastian Yatra, Manuel Turrizo and Behle
“What It Is (Solo Version)” by Doechii
‘WHERE SHE GOES’ by Bad Bunny
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