See The Most Shazamed Songs Of The Summer In Ibiza

Friday, October 11th, 2019 |

Shazam has released the top 10 most Shazamed songs of the summer in Ibiza. The period for measurement is from May 1 to October 6. The top song over the summer was Roberto Surace’s funky release on Defected “Joys,” which beat out Meduza & Goodboys’s smash hit “Piece Of Your Heart.”

“Joys” spent 11 weeks at the top spot after “Piece Of Your Heart” was the top song for seven weeks earlier in the summer. FISHER had two songs on the top 10 chart, including “You Little Beauty” at 10 and somehow “Losing It” at three, which is surprising because most people going to Ibiza probably should know that song.

“I am very excited by the support ‘Joys’ has received from the public and international DJs, and Shazam played a key role in bringing the track to the fans. This summer in Ibiza was a fantastic season, I received a lot of support from the island and I’m happy because I’ve been visiting Ibiza for years and it’s an island that gave me so much in my musical career,” says Roberto Surace.

There is no indication that all of these Shazams were at clubs across the island, but they could be at restaurants, bars and other nightlife establishments beyond the mega clubs. With audio recognition technology in our pockets, fans want to know what they are listening to when they hear a track they love. Shazaming on the dance floor is here to stay.

See the full chart below. We will see if these can carry over into the winter and spring for our WMC / MMW celebrations.

  1. Roberto Surace – Joys
  2. Meduza Feat. Goodboys – Piece Of Your Heart
  3. FISHER – Losing It
  4. Peggy Gou – Starry Night
  5. Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man – Giant
  6. Marie Davidson – Work It (Soulwax Remix)
  7. Barbatuques – Baianá (Pablo Fierro Edit)
  8. Guy Gerber – What To Do (&Me Remix)
  9. CamelPhat & Elderbrook – Cola (Club Mix)
  10. FISHER – You Little Beauty

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