- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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 May 12, to Sunday May 18, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Michael Jackson, “Love Never Felt So Good” (Columbia)

2. Porter Robinson, “Sad Machine” (Astralwerks)

3. Sylvan Esso, “Hey Mami” (Partisan Records)

4. Chromeo, “Lost On The Way Home (feat. Solange)” (Big Beat Records/Atlantic)

5. G-Eazy, “I Mean It” (BPG/RVG/G-Eazy)

6. Hozier, “Take Me to Church” (Rubyworks)

7. Nashville Cast, Sam Palladio, “It Ain’t Yours To Throw Away” (Lions Gate Television Inc. and ABC Studios)

8. Seether, “Words As Weapons” (Concord Music Group)

9. CAZZETTE, “Sleepless - Radio Edit” (ICONS Music)

10. Milky Chance, “Stolen Dance” (Republic Records)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. La Roux, “Let Me Down Gently” (Universal Music Ltd.)

2. Nero, “Satisfy” (Universal Music Ltd.)

3. Michael Jackson, “Love Never Felt So Good” (Columbia)

4. Baz Luhrmann, “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Suncreen)” (Capitol Records)

5. The Common Linnets, “Calm After The Storm” (Universal Music Ltd.)

6. Chromeo, “Lost On The Way Home (feat. Solange)” (Parlophone UK)

7. Twin Twin, “Moustache” (WM France)

8. Eurovision Song Contest, Twin Twin, “Moustache” (Universal Music Ltd.)

9. A Great Big World, “Everyone Is Gay” (Epic Records)

10. First Aid Kit, “My Silver Lining” (Columbia)

GLOBAL

1. Michael Jackson, “Love Never Felt So Good” (Columbia)

2. Porter Robinson, “Sad Machine” (Astralwerks)

3. Nero, “Satisfy” (Universal Music Ltd.)

4. Chromeo, “Lost On The Way Home (feat. Solange)” (Big Beat Records/Atlantic)

5. La Roux, “Let Me Down Gently” (Universal Music Ltd.)

6. G-Eazy, “I Mean It” (BPG/RVG/G-Eazy)

7. Hozier, “Take Me to Church” (Rubyworks)

8. CAZZETTE, “Sleepless - Radio Edit” (ICONS Music)

9. Chromeo, “Old 45’s” (Big Beat Records/Atlantic)

10. Enrique Iglesias, “Bailando” (Universal Music Spain S.L.)

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