What do the numbers tell us about what the next three months may hold?
1. Drake's "One Dance"
The tropical track has been on a tear since its release, dancing straight to No. 1 on the U.S. and UK Shazam charts. The track has reached 3.5 million worldwide Shazams and shows no signs of slowing down.
2. Desiigner's "Panda"
Desiigner's unexpected hit has 1.6 million Shazams, placing it at No. 7 on the Shazam U.S. Chart. "‘Panda’ is poised to continue to be a major hit throughout the summer," says Riley.
4. Kiiara's "Gold"
Illinois native Kiiara's already found success down under with "Gold" which reached No. 5 on Australian charts, and Shazam metrics say she's bound for similar success in the states.
5. The Strumbellas' "Spirits"
With more than 1 million Shazams since its release, "Spirits" sits at No. 33 on the Worldwide Shazam chart. The Strumbellas' self-described "folk popgrass" sound could be this summer's dark horse.
6. gnash feat. olivia o’brien's "I Hate U, I Love U"
The breakout single by gnash and olivia o’brien is scaling the Worldwide Shazam chart -- it's currently at No. 46 -- with more than 500,000 Shazams since its release. The downbeat track is a nontraditional song of summer nominee, but listeners seeking something different from dancefloor fillers will gravitate to it.
7. Jason Derulo's "If It Ain’t Love"
Jason Derulo's latest club-ready single has already amassed over 400,000 Shazams since its release, and is currently No. 43 on the Shazam U.S. Chart.
8. Dua Lipa's "Hotter Than Hell"
The follow up to the British singer and model’s hit "Be The One," "Hotter Than Hell" is poised to burn up the charts this summer.
9. Era Istrefi's "Bonbon"
The Albanian songstress, who brings to mind both Sia and Rihanna, is seeing global success with the bilingual "Bonbon." Reaching the top 25 of the Shazam Worldwide Chart with just over 1.5 million Shazams, "Bonbon" proves the boundary-transcending power of a good beat.
10. Keith Urban's "Wasted Time"
With more than 120,000 Shazams since its release, "Wasted Time" is already one of the biggest country hits of 2016.
11. The Chainsmokers feat. Daya's "Don’t Let Me Down"
"Don’t Let Me Down" boasts some of the strongest Shazam numbers of all candidates: It now has more than 2 million Shazams, and it sits at No. 2 on both the Shazam U.S. Chart and the Worldwide Dance Chart.
12. Justin Timberlake's "Can’t Stop The Feeling!"
Justin Timberlake's funky hit amassed more than 100,000 Shazams in its first 24 hours, and the number's only been climbing since then.
Bishop Briggs' "River"
"We noticed Bishop Briggs back in November in the U.S. from people Shazaming her song from an Acura commercial," says Riley. "River" is currently No. 15 on the U.S. Shazam Future Hits charts, and it's rising fast.
?LANco's "Long Live Tonight"
"If early Shazam activity in Los Angeles and Kansas City are any indication, ‘Long Live Tonight’ is going to be one of the surprise songs of the summer," says Riley.