- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Friday Mar. 25 to Thursday, Mar. 31, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Rihanna, “Work” (Def Jam Recordings)

2. ZAYN, “PILLOWTALK” (RCA Records)

3. Lukas Graham, “7 Years” (Warner Bros. Records Inc.)

4. Fifth Harmony, “Work from Home” (Epic Records)

5. Mike Posner, “I Took A Pill In Ibiza - Seeb Remix” (Island Records)

6. G-Eazy,Bebe Rexha, “Me, Myself & I” (RCA Records)

7. Flo Rida, “My House” (Atlantic Recording Corporation)

8. Ariana Grande, “Dangerous Woman” (Republic Records)

9. Twenty One Pilots, “Stressed Out” (Fueled By Ramen LLC)

10. The Chainsmokers, “Roses” (Columbia Records)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. Mike Posner, “I Took A Pill In Ibiza - Seeb Remix” (Island Records)

2. Lukas Graham, “7 Years” (Warner Bros. Records Inc.)

3. Fifth Harmony, “Work from Home” (Epic Records)

4. Rihanna, “Work” (Roc Nation Records)

5. Zara Larsson, “Lush Life” (Sony Music Entertainment Sweden AB)

6. Jonas Blue, “Fast Car - Radio Edit” (Virgin EMI Records)

7. Major Lazer, “Light It Up (feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG) - Remix” (Mad Decent)

8. ZAYN, “PILLOWTALK” (RCA Records)

9. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)

10. G-Eazy,Bebe Rexha, “Me, Myself & I” (RCA Records)

GLOBAL

1. Rihanna, “Work” (Roc Nation Records)

2. Lukas Graham, “7 Years” (Warner Bros. Records Inc.)

3. Mike Posner, “I Took A Pill In Ibiza - Seeb Remix” (Island Records)

4. ZAYN, “PILLOWTALK” (RCA Records)

5. Fifth Harmony, “Work from Home” (Epic Records)

6. Sia, “Cheap Thrills” (RCA Records)

7. Twenty One Pilots, “Stressed Out” (Fueled By Ramen LLC)

8. Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself” (Def Jam Recordings)

9. G-Eazy,Bebe Rexha, “Me, Myself & I” (RCA Records)

10. Alan Walker, “Faded” (Sony Music Entertainment Sweden AB)

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