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06/22/2022 | 11:55
We know that when it comes to romancethere is nothing better (and more democratic) than song. They can pack something or even give strength through heartbreaking moments.
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Also, a playlist says a lot about a person. No wonder Tinder members love showing off their favorite artists in their bios.
THE song is the second most popular interest among app members. And, joining songs with the period of possibility that is singleness, 33Giga and Tinder show which newly single singers are the most loved on the app right now.
This is the ranking of the most cited artists in bios.
4. Shawn Mendes
Despite having just broken up with another artist (with whom he shares this ranking), Shawn makes it clear that “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”. The Canadian singer has been gaining more and more mentions among Tinder members.
3. Camila Cabello
The singer appears in the sequel, making it clear that “Never Be the Same” after her viral breakup with Shawn Mendes. This “Señorita” seems to be rocking her body positive speech among the members of Generation Z, because of the natural way she talks about her body.
2. Dua Lipa
It looks like Dua’s “New Rules” are making a big impact on the app that connects so many people around the world today. The Tinder members are totally in the “IDGAF” vibe about their exes and are now looking for a “Love Again”.
The “Hips Don’t Lie” singer may be worried about love, but not music. It is “inevitable”, as she says in another of her songs, that the Latin diva leads this ranking.
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