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The Weeknd’s tracks Blinding Lights and Save Your Tears have been named Top Tinder Anthems by Spotify.

The streaming giant has teamed up with dating app to show how music can improve singletons’ chances of bagging a date ahead of Valentine’s Day on Sunday 14 February.

SZA tops Tinder Anthems

While SZA’s Good Days topped the list, the 30-year-old megastar made two appearances in the Top 10 with the tracks from his acclaimed LP After Hours.

The Weeknd performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show at Raymond James Stadium on 7 February 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Image: Kevin C Cox/Getty Images/AFP

Tinder found that adding an anthem to a dating profile improves the user’s swiping experience, because music is the number one passion included with their bios.

Elsewhere, John Legend’s All Of Me came out on top in the top 10 list of songs added to user-generated Valentine’s Day playlists in the last 90 days.

Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars, Can’t Help Falling in Love by Elvis Presley and Perfect by Ed Sheeran rounded out the top five.

Tinder’s Valentine’s Day playlist on Spotify:

Top 10 Tinder Anthems Globally

  • ‘Good Days’, SZA
  • ‘drivers license’, Olivia Rodrigo
  • ‘Blinding Lights’, The Weeknd
  • ‘Mood’ (feat. iann dior), 24kGoldn, iann dior
  • ’34+35?, Ariana Grande
  • ‘Save Your Tears’, The Weeknd
  • ‘DÁKITI’, Bad Bunny, Jhay Cortez
  • ‘Whoopty’, CJ
  • ‘Positions’, Ariana Grande
  • ‘Streets’, Doja Cat

Top 10 songs on user-generated playlists globally in last 90 days:

  • ‘All of Me’, John Legend
  • ‘Just the Way You Are, Bruno Mars
  • ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love, Elvis Presley
  • ‘Perfect’, Ed Sheeran
  • ‘My Girl’, The Temptations
  • ‘Thinking Out Loud’, Ed Sheeran
  • ‘I Will Always Love You’, Whitney Houston
  • ‘At Last’, Etta James
  • ‘Your Song’ – Elton John
  • ‘A Thousand Years’ – Christina Perri

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