top pop songs 2015
It is a celebration of the wisdom of that special woman and brings 80s power pop into the present with a flourish of clever lyrics and irresistible melody. 7. Rounding off the end of year Top 5 was Wiz Khalifa’s See You Again. His Skillex and Diplo collaboration Where Are U Now came in at 15 on 874,000 chart sales, and his most recent chart-topper Love Yourself is at Number 24, with a total of 719,000. They say time’s supposed to heal you, and indeed, the 2015 pop mainstream marked a major step up from 2014’s sordid array of appropriation and/or saxophones and/or butts. Remmy Valenzuela “Por Qué Me Ilusionaste?” (Fonovisa) The great young Mexican corrido singer refines his control over the romantic ballad. It’s so hot that it probably sent several dozen dragons into early retirement. 8. What a time to be alive. The song’s total combined sales since its release in November 2014 stood at 2.25 million at year-end. Jason Derulo’s Want To Want Me takes the crown as the biggest selling track this summer, notching up sales of 391,000 between June 1 and August 31. Kacey Musgraves won two Grammy Awards with her debut album and she is the subject of much talk to add to that collection. Like the parameters of pop itself, the ranking system was difficult to define but intuitive enough. Hozier – “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” Something me dismays. Cheerleader finished 2015 with a total of 1.52 million across downloads and streaming equivalent sales. Fall Out Boy - American Beauty / American Psycho. Major Lazer & DJ Snake Featuring MO. [Listen here and here. Rihanna's vocals in particular have a pleasing raw edge. Kendrick Lamar's pasted on rap is somewhat superfluous, but the booming production here makes "Bad Blood" a great summer anthem. For instance, it’s the first album of the SoundScan era (since 1991) to sell more than 650,000 copies in its first three weeks; four other albums managed three weeks above 650K, most recently the Beatles’ 1 and Backstreet Boys’ Black & Blue, just not their first three weeks on the market.
Further down the tally, Justin Bieber made four entries in the Top 40, with two falling in the Top 10: What Do You Mean is at 9 with 988,000 combined sales and Sorry finishes at 10, racking up 934,000. Sam Hunt elegantly mixes spoken word sections with smooth, ingratiating singing. The use of a sample from the theme song to 60s TV hit The Munsters adds a pleasing touch of the quirky. [Listen here.]. Even more, though, we need songs to help us celebrate again, that inspire involuntary joyous contortions, that make us shout “Hallelujah! It went all the way to #2 on the US pop chart. ), it didn’t come easy: It nearly self-destructed, like, 18 times because, you know, you get the seed of something that seems so magical and every time you go in to try and finish it or write the second verse, it never feels genuine or like the way it worked when you were doing it the first time. The list on this page is for all #1 hit Pop singles for 2015 using proprietary methods. "Baltimore" is a beautiful, loving response to the unrest in the US over the shooting deaths of young black men by police. David Bowie “★” (ISO/Columbia) A dose of brooding, spooky composure from a man who knows the score, underscored by serious improvisers like the drummer Mark Guiliana and the multi-reedist Donny McCaslin. [, Drake invested in an app to catalogue your sneakers or something. 8. 25-year old Willie Maxwell, aka Fetty Wap, uncorked one of the most distinctive sounds in R&B and hip hop of recent years with his debut hit "Trap Queen." As the (very British) summer months draw to a close, we at OfficialCharts.com have revealed today (September 2) the Official Biggest Songs of Summer 2015. Skepta “Shutdown” (Boy Better Know) So thorough is the grime resurgence that it’s tough to distinguish between the boasts in this song based on fact and the ones that are just fantasy (for now, at least). [, The dude from Coheed And Cambria covered Adele’s “Hello.” [, Here’s a recap of all this year’s #1 albums. 17. Big Sean featuring Drake and Kanye West “Blessings” (G.O.O.D./Def Jam) Success is contagious. Grimes “Flesh Without Blood” (4AD) A pop geneticist, experimenting with recombinant strands of hooks and moods, leaving them slightly imperfect and giving herself over completely to none; here she gets the proportions right. 4. There is an echo of Michael Jackson here which helps make "Can't Feel My Face" sound timeless. Fifth Harmony - "Worth It" featuring Kid Ink, Maroon 5 - "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a MotherF****r". View Hello’s full UK chart run here. [Listen here. Kanye West - "Only One" featuring Paul McCartney. Without the beautiful tropical remix from German DJ Felix Jaehn, it is unlikely OMI's "Cheerleader" would have been a hit anywhere but at home in Jamaica. "Ghost Town" indicates it was a good decision.
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], The finest Usher single since “Climax” finds him professing his unconditional love for a pole dancer over a minimal bed of keyboard chords, booming 808s, and inspired Juicy J ad-libs. Taking third place was Hozier’s Take Me To Church with 1.25 million combined sales. Instead of a big radio chorus, there’s a nagging, irresistible sonic squiggle of a hook: a snippet of Mr. Bieber’s voice, subliminally organic, that holds the song together. Top left, Lauren Lancaster for The New York Times; Top right, Elizabeth Weinberg for The New York Times; Bottom row, Chad Batka for The New York Times; Skrillex and Diplo - “Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber (Official Video). For the second time in four weeks, Bieber boasts three songs in the top 5, with “Sorry” at #2, “What Do You Mean?” at #4, and “Love Yourself” at #5. What Do You Mean? “Shout out to the UK for making Want To Want Me the song of the summer,” Jason told us. Wiz Khalifa deserves accolades for earning his first #1 hit since his debut, but it is the songwriting and voice of collaborator Charlie Puth that is most distinctive here on his first hit. In one sense, Silento will be forever ensconced in 2015, a fossil in amber; in another sense, he will be with us always, joining us at weddings and bar mitzvahs for the duration of eternity. The driving uptempo melody made the song appealing across rock, adult contemporary, and mainstream pop radio, but It's hard to not feel the song deserved to be more of a hit here in the US.
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