Receiptify July

Welcome to Receiptify July, your ultimate guide to the hottest beats and playlists that dominated Spotify this month! Navigating the vast sea of music can be daunting, but fear not – we’ve curated a list of the top Spotify playlists and songs that took center stage in July. From global chart-toppers to hidden indie gems, we’ve got your musical cravings covered.

In this edition, we delve into the playlists that defined July, such as the always-influential “Today’s Top Hits” and the discovery haven that is “RADAR US.” Explore the diverse sounds of the season with playlists like “Summer Hits” and “Chill Hits,” ensuring there’s something for every vibe.

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But that’s not all – we’ll also spotlight the standout songs that captured hearts and playlists worldwide. From Harry Styles’ infectious “As It Was” to the Latin rhythms of Bad Bunny’s “Ojitos Lindos,” each track has its story of making waves in the music scene.

So, whether you’re a pop enthusiast, indie explorer, or dancefloor devotee, join us on this musical journey as we unwrap the sonic delights of Receiptify July. Your next favorite tune might just be a click away!

Top Spotify Playlists And Songs Of July

Picking the ultimate “best” playlists and songs can be tricky because everyone has different tastes in music. However, we can take a closer look at the most listened-to and influential playlists and songs on Spotify, considering factors like streaming numbers and recommendations from music experts. Here’s a rundown of the most popular and impactful playlists and songs on Spotify for the month of July:

Playlists:

  • Today’s Top Hits: This global playlist consistently reigns supreme, featuring the hottest tracks across genres. In July, it saw dominance from Bad Bunny’s “Ojitos Lindos” and “Me Porto Bonito” alongside Harry Styles’ “As It Was.”
  • New Music Friday: This weekly playlist spotlights exciting new releases, bringing diverse artists to the forefront. In July, it premiered tracks like Doja Cat’s “Vegas” and Kendrick Lamar’s “N95.” It also introduced the world to Olivia Rodrigo’s global smash hit “drivers license,” along with captivating tracks like Billie Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever” and Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name).”
  • Summer Hits: This seasonal playlist captured the vibe of the summer, with tracks like Lizzo’s “About Damn Time,” Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul,” and Coldplay and BTS’ “My Universe.” This sun-soaked playlist captured the essence of the season with Dua Lipa’s “Levitating,” Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits,” and BTS’s “Butter” dominating the airwaves.
  • Hoy Día: This Spanish-language playlist saw massive growth in July, reflecting the surge in popularity of Música Mexicana. Tracks like Eslabon Armado’s “Ella Baila Sola” and Fuerza Regida’s “Bebe Dame” dominated the playlist.
  • This Is Taylor Swift: This playlist dedicated to the pop icon saw a major boost in July due to the release of her “Red (Taylor’s Version).” Songs like “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)” and “Cruel Summer” became listener favorites.
  • RADAR US: This playlist champions up-and-coming artists, and in July, it prominently featured artists like NewJeans, Omar Apollo, and FLO.
  • Chill Hits: This laid-back playlist offered a mellow alternative to the summer heat, featuring artists like Still Woozy, Khruangbin, and Tame Impala.
  • Hyperpop: This playlist championed the experimental, electronic pop subgenre, showcasing artists like Charli XCX, SOPHIE, and A.G. Cook.
  • Indie Groundbreakers: This platform provided a spotlight for rising indie stars, putting artists like Wet Leg, Black Country, New Road, and Ethel Cain on the map.
  • Dance Anthems: This playlist kept the party going with the hottest dance tracks, featuring artists like Calvin Harris, David Guetta, and Becky Hill.
  • Afrobeat Rising: This playlist delved into the vibrant world of Afrobeat, showcasing artists like Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Tems.
  • Lo-Fi Beats: This laid-back playlist provided the perfect soundtrack for relaxation and studying, featuring artists like lofi girl, Psalm Trees, and Nujabes.
  • Chill Vibes: This mellow playlist provided a perfect escape from the summer heat, featuring artists like Hozier, Lomelda, and Chet Faker.
  • Dance Rewind: This playlist offered a nostalgic throwback to iconic dance classics, with tracks like Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me),” Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean,” and Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love.
  • Hyperpop On The Edge: This playlist delved deeper into the experimental side of hyperpop, featuring artists like A.G. Cook, SOPHIE, and Dorian Electra.

Songs:

  • “As It Was” By Harry Styles: This infectious pop anthem ruled the charts, becoming the most streamed song on Spotify globally in July.
  • “Ojitos Lindos” By Bad Bunny: This Latin pop and reggae fusion track captivated listeners and cemented Bad Bunny’s global pop star status.
  • “About Damn Time” By Lizzo: This empowering self-love anthem became a summer anthem, with its uplifting message and catchy tune.
  • “LALA” By Myke Towers: This Latin trap track was the most streamed song in July globally, thanks to its catchy beat and infectious energy.
  • “Cruel Summer” By Taylor Swift: From her re-recorded album “Red,” this song resonated with listeners with its nostalgic storytelling and powerful vocals.
  • “Ella Baila Sola” By Eslabon Armado And Peso Pluma: This Música Mexicana track became a global phenomenon, showcasing the genre’s growing popularity.
  • “Heat Waves” By Glass Animals: This atmospheric, psychedelic pop track dominated alternative charts and became a sleeper hit of the summer.
  • “Industry Baby” By Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow: This energetic hip-hop track was a critical and commercial success, pushing boundaries with its provocative visuals.
  • “Kiss Me More” By Doja Cat & SZA: This sensual R&B collaboration was a smooth summer banger, blending Doja Cat’s playful style with SZA’s soulful vocals.
  • “As It Was (Redux)” By Harry Styles: This surprise remix of his chart-topping hit offered a fresh take, drawing inspiration from 80s synthpop.
  • “Staying Alive” By Bee Gees: This classic disco anthem experienced a resurgence thanks to its use in the Netflix series “Stranger Things,” becoming a meme and party favorite.
  • “Jiggy Jiggy” By DJ Snake & Malaa feat. Aseel: This high-energy dance track with infectious Arabic vocals became a club favorite and TikTok sensation.
  • “Drivers License” By Olivia Rodrigo: This emotional ballad resonated with millions, topping charts worldwide and cementing Rodrigo’s status as a musical powerhouse.
  • “Good 4 U” By Olivia Rodrigo: Following the success of “Drivers License,” Rodrigo proved her versatility with this sassy pop-punk anthem.
  • “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” By Lil Nas X: This genre-bending track with its provocative visuals sparked conversations and challenged societal norms.