- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 14, 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 June 3, to Thursday June 9, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Tipling Rock, “Low Tide Love” (Benjamin T Andre)

2. Nick Deboni, “Let Go” (Nick Deboni)

3. Lil Boom, “F(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk) Steph Curry” (Lil Boom Ent)

4. Polar Bear, “I Twerking” (Flight Risk Ent)

5. KR3TURE, “A Little Deeper” (Artist Intelligence Agency)

6. I M U R, “Trippin’ On Feet” (I M U R)

7. Betty Who, “I Love You Always Forever” (RCA Records)

8. The Avalanches, “Frankie Sinatra - Extended Mix” (Universal Music Australia)

9. Joni Fatora, “Blueless Bird” (Joni Fatora)

10. Maggie Rogers, “Resonant Body” (Muve Recordings)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. Fat Les, “Vindaloo” (Union Square Music)

2. Vilhelm Lizell, “Out of Reach” (Vilhelm Lizell)

3. Traveling Wilburys, “Handle With Care” (Concord Music Group)

4. Joe Maz, “No Good” (Casa Rossa)

5. Lil Boom, “F(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk) Steph Curry” (Lil Boom Ent)

6. Hvnnibvl, “Lose” (Hannibal Records)

7. 1970 England World Cup Squad, “Back Home - Original Recording - 1970 No.1 Single” (Universal Music TV)

8. Brooke Bentham, “Oliver” (Trellis Records)

9. David Baddiel, “Three Lions” (Sony BMG Entertainment UK Limited)

10. Team2Beat, “Tom Hark” (Universal Music TV)

GLOBAL

1. Tipling Rock, “Low Tide Love” (Benjamin T Andre)

2. Lil Boom, “F(asterisk)(asterisk)(asterisk) Steph Curry” (Lil Boom Ent)

3. Traveling Wilburys, “Handle With Care” (Concord Music Group)

4. KR3TURE, “A Little Deeper” (Artist Intelligence Agency)

5. I M U R, “Trippin’ On Feet” (I M U R)

6. Joni Fatora, “Blueless Bird” (Joni Fatora)

7. MOÜGLI, “Manglar” (Samuel Lizzaralde)

8. Rudenko, “Wake Up - Deep Mix Radio” (Be Yourself Catalogue B.V.)

9. The Avalanches, “Frankie Sinatra - Extended Mix” (Universal Music Australia)

10. CK Trubadix, “Klart bästa bit’n” (4 and a half AB)

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