Spotify's Top 10 most viral tracks

The Associated Press
Associated Press

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 Nov. 11, to Thursday Nov. 17, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.

UNITED STATES

1. Mighty Mark, "F Trump" (Zoo On Mars)

2. The xx, "On Hold" (Young Turks Recordings)

3. K'NAAN, "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" (Atlantic Records)

4. The Collapsable Hearts Club, "Easy Street (feat. Jim Bianco & Petra Haden)" (Steady Music)

5. A Tribe Called Quest, "We The People...." (Epic Records)

6. Childish Gambino, "Me and Your Mama" (Glassnote Entertainment)

7. Black Party, "Wanderlust" (Wolf & Rothstein)

8. A Tribe Called Quest, "The Space Program" (Epic Records)

9. Sia, "Satisfied (feat. Miguel & Queen Latifah)" (Atlantic Records)

10. Bay Ledges, "Safe" (Bay Ledges)

UNITED KINGDOM

1. The xx, "On Hold" (Young Turks)

2. The Collapsable Hearts Club, "Easy Street (feat. Jim Bianco & Petra Haden)" (Steady Music)

3. Childish Gambino, "Me and Your Mama" (Glassnote Entertainment)

4. Leonard Cohen, "You Want It Darker" (Sony Music Entertainment)

5. Rae Sremmurd, "Black Beatles" (Interscope Records)

6. Ki:Theory, "Enjoy The Silence" (Kringer Records)

7. Vaults, "One Day I'll Fly Away" (Virgin EMI)

8. A Tribe Called Quest, "We The People...." (Epic Records)

9. Shy Luv, "Joy Rider" (Black Butter Limited)

10. Leonard Cohen, "Hallelujah" (Sony Music Entertainment)

GLOBAL

1. The xx, "On Hold" (Young Turks Recordings)

2. The Collapsable Hearts Club, "Easy Street (feat. Jim Bianco & Petra Haden)" (Steady Music)

3. K'NAAN, "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" (Atlantic Records)

4. Childish Gambino, "Me and Your Mama" (Glassnote Entertainment)

5. A Tribe Called Quest, "We The People...." (Epic Records)

6. Leonard Cohen, "You Want It Darker" (Sony Music Entertainment)

7. Salmo, "Don Medellín" (SME Italy)

8. A Tribe Called Quest, "The Space Program" (Epic Records)

9. Leonard Cohen, "Hallelujah" (Sony Music Entertainment)

10. Rae Sremmurd, "Black Beatles" (Interscope Records)

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