Spotify scraped some data and found the songs that were streamed significantly more by college students around the US compared to the rest of its users. Curious to see the results? So were we.

EDM is - as expected - well represented with more than one song from both The Chainsmokers and Disclosure making it into the Top 30 list. The Chainsmokers "Until You Were Gone" most recent collab with Tritonal and Emily Warren and their summer release "Roses" featuring ROZES were both in the top 3, while their 2014 "Kanye" with SirenXX landed at the number 14 slot. Disclosure's "Magnet" collab with Lorde, "Jaded" and "Hourglass" all made it in the top 20.

Kygo's "Here For You" featuring Ella Henderson lands in the top 10, to no surprise. The other dance music tracks that are among the most popular for college students are Cherub's 2012 hit "Doses & Mimosas" (#8), ODESZA's 2014 "Say My Name" featuring Zyra (#19), Branchez's remix of What So Not's "High You Are" (#23), Porter Robinson's classic "Sad Machine" (#24) and Borgore's recent single "Forbes" with G-Eazy (#30).

01. Jordan Belfort, Wes Walker, Dyl
02. Until You Were Gone, The Chainsmokers, Tritonal, Emily Warren
03. Roses, The Chainsmokers, ROZES
04. Weekend (feat. Miguel), Mac Miller, Miguel
05. Clubhouse, Mac Miller
06. Here for You, Kygo, Ella Henderson
07. Brand Name, Mac Miller
08. Doses & Mimosas, Cherub
09. Nobody To Love, Alex Newell
10. All Night Longer, Sammy Adams
11. Brand New, Ben Rector
12. Die A Happy Man, Thomas Rhett
13. Magnets, Disclosure, Lorde
14. Kanye, The Chainsmokers, sirenXX
15. On My Mind, Ellie Goulding
16. Pray 4 Love, Travi$ Scott, The Weeknd
17. Jaded, Disclosure
18. Hourglass, Disclosure, LION BABE
19. Say My Name (feat. Zyra), ODESZA, Zyra
20. Oh My Dis Side, Travi$ Scott, Quavo
21. Burn Slow (feat. Rae Sremmurd), Wiz Khalifa, Rae Sremmurd
22. Nightcrawler, Travi$ Scott, Swae Lee, Chief Keef
23. High You Are – Branchez Remix, What So Not
24. Sad Machine, Porter Robinson
25. Jumpman, Drake, Future
26. Big Rings, Drake, Future
27. Diamonds Dancing, Drake, Future
28. T-Shirt, Thomas Rhett
29. Vice City (feat. Black Hippy), Jay Rock, Black Hippy
30. Forbes (feat. G-Eazy), Borgore, G-Eazy

[H/T Pigeons and Planes]

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