A new interactive map has revealed the most popular songs in 3000 cities and towns all around the world.
The Pudding, a website specialising in visual essays, published the interactive map this month, detailing the globe's most-played songs in December 2017.
- 2018 Grammys: Is this the real reason Ed Sheeran isn't up for Album of the Year?
- Korean pop dominated Twitter in 2017
- Fifth Harmony throw shade at former bandmate
Half of New Zealand's heart is in 'Havana' by Camilla Cabello, while the other half of Kiwis prefers Ed Sheeran's 'Perfect'.
Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin prefer Ed Sheeran, while Hamilton, Rotorua, Napier, and Lower Hutt listen to more Camilla Cabello.
These two songs reign supreme around Europe and the United States, with Lil Pump's 'Gucci Gang' coming in third place.
Psy's 2012 hit 'Gangnam Style' is still holding strong in Kazakhstan.
In Redmond, a small city in Washington, Michael Jackson's iconic 1982 track 'Beat It' takes the top spot.
The map is populated with data from YouTube.