We love Shazam.

For all intents and purposes, Shazam is the music discovery and identification app to have. It’s useful when you’re trying to find out “that new song that’s playing on the radio”, or “that track that DJ played at Zouk Club KL“, or heck, even at festivals when an artiste drops a new-ish song that no one has ever heard!

Tomorrowland festivalgoers are no different.


Top 10 Shazamed Tracks Tomorrowland 2015

This year’s Tomorrowland festival played host to hundreds of the world’s top acts (both staple festival headliners and newcomers) as well as thousands and thousands of partygoers from all around the globe. Some things to note from this year’s festival are such as David Guetta dropping a nursery rhyme during his main stage set and also, the moving closing ceremony which featured the “Daughter of Tomorrow”.

But you know what, though? Even so, the party ain’t really over yet.

And it’s all because Shazam has released a top 10 ranking of the most “Shazamed” songs at Tomorrowland. Amongst the songs are some of today’s chart-toppers as well as Avicii’s latest release. So go ahead and update your playlist!

1. Major Lazer Feat. MØ & DJ Snake – “Lean On”

2. Robin Schulz Feat. Ilsey – “Headlights”


3. Lea Rue – “I Can’t Say No!” (Broiler Remix)


4. Jack Ü & Justin Bieber – “Where Are Ü Now”

5. Avicii – “Waiting For Love”

6. Felix Jaehn Feat. Jasmine Thompson – “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)”

7. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Feat. Ne-Yo – “Higher Place”

8. DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge – “You Know You Like It”

9. Netsky – “Rio”

10. Kygo Feat. Parson James – “Stole The Show”

Thanks to Shazam, you can now keep this year’s Tomorrowland festival memory alive. Until next year, of course 😉

Source: Your EDM / Featured image from Tomorrowland’s Facebook page.

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