Spotify Reveals Song of the Summer Predictions in UAE

Spotify Reveals Song of the Summer Predictions in UAE

Dubai, UAE- Summer 2021 deserves a soundtrack that has you dancing like your heart is bursting with sunshine, and Spotify is here to help you do just that. Today, the platform is revealing its song-of-the-summer predictions in UAE, which include: Bad Habits by Ed Sheeran and Permission to dance by BTS.

Spotify’s Songs of Summer predictions are based on a number of factors like streaming numbers, current trajectory and future forecasting from Spotify’s global curation team. The list also gives a nod to female artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish , Doja Cat and SZA.

You can keep track of the most streamed songs within the Emirates by keeping an eye on Spotify chart’s “Top Songs – UAE,” providing a weekly update.

Stream Spotify’s Songs of Summer playlist for the full list of tracks Spotify is betting on this season and check out Spotify’s blog, For the Record, for more information on the global predictions.

And here, in no particular order, is the complete list of Songs of Summer tracks:

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