Facebook knows what you listen to when you're changing your relationship status. Do you have a go-to break up song or a song you can't stop listening to when you're seeing someone? If you listen to it on Facebook, the social network knows what it is.
In advance of Valentine's Day, Facebook decided to pull data together from the songs most played by Americans on Spotify to see what users are playing as they change their relationship statuses on the social network. Facebook even created Spotify playlists "for Facebook users, by Facebook users."
So, without further ado, here are the top 10 songs U.S. users listen to on Spotify when entering into a relationship on Facebook, according to the Facebook Data Team:
- "Don't Wanna Go Home" by Jason Derulo
- "Love On Top" by Beyoncé
- "How to Love" by Lil Wayne
- "Just The Way You Are" by Bruno Mars
- "Good Feeling" by Flo Rida
- "It Girl" by Jason Derulo
- "Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes featuring Adam Levine
- "Criminal" by Britney Spears
- "No Sleep" by Wiz Khalifa
- "Free Fallin'" by John Mayer
Here is Facebook's playlist for the above 10 songs: love mix.
Here are the top 10 songs U.S. users listen to on Spotify after ending a relationship on Facebook, according to the Facebook Data Team:
- "The Cave" by Mumford and Sons
- "Crew Love" by Drake
- "All of the Lights" by Kanye West
- "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele
- "Take Care" by Drake
- "It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars
- "We Found Love" by Rihanna & Calvin Harris
- "Call It What You Want" by Foster the People
- "Love You Like a Love Song" by Selena Gomez and the Scene
- "Without You" by David Guetta featuring Usher
Here is Facebook's Spotify playlist for the above 10 songs: breakup mix.
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