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Spotify reveals 10 songs of the summer

Recording artist Justin Timberlake performs onstage at the 49th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 4, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. Rick Diamond/Getty Images

NEW YORK -- If Spotify's predictions are correct, Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling" will be a summer song you can't stop singing. You can listen to the playlist on Spotify here.

The streaming music service revealed its picks Thursday for the songs likely to be unavoidable this season, including Ariana Grande's "Into You" and "One Dance" by Drake featuring Wizkid and Kyla.

Spotify used analysis from staff members and experts, along with streaming data, performance on its viral chart and social media buzz.

The list of 10 tracks likely to become hits over the next few months includes top artists like Fifth Harmony, Jason Derulo and Calvin Harris and upcoming acts like Desiigner. Country artist Keith Urban made the list with his track "Wasted Time."

Click through to see the full list.

1. "Into You," Ariana Grande

Singer Ariana Grande arrives at the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016. Danny Moloshok/REUTERS

This dance song has already been streamed more than 20 million times. Ariana Grande could rule again, as she did in the summer of 2014 when her song "Problem" topped the charts.

2. "One Dance," Drake feat. Wizkid and Kyla

Rapper Drake speaks during introductions before the NBA All-Star Game 2016 at the Air Canada Centre on February 14, 2016 in Toronto, Ontario. Elsa/Getty Images

Drake is Spotify's most-streamed artist, and this song off of his new album, "Views," is already topping Spotify's charts.

3. "Can't Stop the Feeling," Justin Timberlake

Singer Justin Timberlake arrives for the 40th Anniversary Saturday Night Live (SNL) broadcast in the Manhattan borough of New York, February 15, 2015. Carlo Allegri/Reuters

Justin Timberlake's catchy tune is the first single off the soundtrack for Dreamworks Animations' upcoming animated film "Trolls."

4. "Work from Home," Fifth Harmony

From left, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Dinah-Jane Hansen, Camila Cabello and Normani Hamilton of Fifth Harmony perform during Z100's Jingle Ball 2015 at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 11, 2015, in New York. Mike Coppola

"Work from Home" was released in February, so it's not exactly a summer tune, but who cares when the women of Fifth Harmony are having so much fun "working"?

5. "This is What You Came For," Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna

Calvin Harris attends the Elle Style Awards 2015 at Sky Garden @ The Walkie Talkie Tower on Feb. 24, 2015, in London. Ian Gavan/Getty Images

History has proven that Calvin Harris and Rihanna know how to make a hit, so it's no surprise "This is What You Came For" has already become extremely popular. Harris and Rihanna last collaborated in 2011 with smash hits "We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been."

6. "If It Ain't Love"

Jason Derulo performs "Want to Want Me" at the People's Choice Awards 2016 in Los Angeles January 6, 2016. Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

"If it ain't love, why does it feel so good?" Jason Derulo asks on this track.

We'll let him figure that one out on his own -- as long as he keeps singing.

7. "Panda," Desiigner

"Panda" could be one of the hits of the summer. Desiigner

This sleeper hit by Brooklyn MC Desiigner has even been sampled by Kanye West. The single has stayed steady high up on the charts of Spotify for two months, with more than 1 million streams a day in the U.S., proving that pandas will always be viral on the internet.

8. "Don't Let Me Down," The Chainsmokers

"Don't Let Me Down" by the Chainsmokers has had a strong start this summer. The Chainsmokers

The New York-based duo Chainsmokers have followed up their hit single "Roses" with "Don't Let Me Down," which hits 3 million streams a day globally.

9. "Wasted Time," Keith Urban

Singer Keith Urban performs "Wasted Time" on stage during the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on April 3, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Who says a summer song has to be a poppy dance hit? Okay, so it is pretty dance-y, but with a banjo twist.

10. "Capsize," Frenship (feat. Emily Warren)

Frenship's "Capsize" has hit 8 million streams just a month after its release. Frenship

Frenship is a fresh-on-the-scene music duo based in Los Angeles, but they could be the ones to have this summer's biggest song: "Capsize" has hit 8 million streams just one month after its release.