- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 13, 2016

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 Friday Dec. 2, to Thursday Dec. 8, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Carneyval, “It Ain’t Love” (Lowtemp)

2. Alice Merton, “No Roots” (Paper Planes Records Int.)

3. Jimmy Fallon, “You’ll Be Back” (Atlantic Records)

4. ASADI, “Throne” (Artist Intelligence Agency)

5. Dessa, “Congratulations” (Atlantic Records)

6. Childish Gambino, “Redbone” (Glassnote Entertainment)

7. Salaam Remi, “Come Through and Chill” (Louder Than Life LLC)

8. Run The Jewels, “Legend Has It” (Run The Jewels, Inc)

9. Local Natives, “Ultralight Beam” (Loma Vista Recordings)

10. Regina Spektor, “Dear Theodosia (feat. Ben Folds)” (Atlantic Records)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. Shawn James, “Through the Valley” (Shawn James)

2. Childish Gambino, “Redbone” (Glassnote Entertainment)

3. Not3s, “Addison Lee” (Not3s)

4. Auli’i Cravalho, “How Far I’ll Go” (Walt Disney Records)

5. The Pogues, “Fairytale of New York (feat. Kirsty MacColl)” (Warner Music UK)

6. Kaleem Taylor, “By My Side” (Epic Amsterdam)

7. Dwayne Johnson, “You’re Welcome” (Walt Disney Records)

8. Lou Monte, “Dominick the Donkey - The Italian Christmas Donkey” (Star Records)

9. Eddie Strauss, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” (Eddie Strauss)

10. TEE MANGO, “Leave You” (Millionhands BLK)

GLOBAL

1. Childish Gambino, “Redbone” (Glassnote Entertainment)

2. Jimmy Fallon, “You’ll Be Back” (Atlantic Records)

3. Dessa, “Congratulations” (Atlantic Records)

4. Alan Walker, “Alone” (SME Sweden AB)

5. Run The Jewels, “Legend Has It” (Run The Jewels, Inc)

6. Auli’i Cravalho, “How Far I’ll Go” (Walt Disney Records)

7. Salaam Remi, “Come Through and Chill” (Louder Than Life LLC)

8. The Weeknd, “I Feel It Coming” (Republic Records)

9. Edward Blom, “Nu lagar vi julen” (Capitol Music Group AB)

10. Nicki Minaj, “Black Barbies” (Eardruma/Interscope Records)

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