Top 10 Song's That Encapsulate 2015
If you didn't hear any of these songs this year, you may have been living under a rock.
Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth Song - See You Again
Artist: Wiz Khalifa
Featured artist: Charlie Puth
Album: Nine Track Mind
If there was one song to tug at those heart strings, it's "See You Again" by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth. Paying homage to the late Paul Walker and his final role in Furious 7, the track can resonate with anyone who's lost somebody.
Addele Song Hello
Released In :2015
From the moment we heard a clip of her vocals during the UK's X Factor, we were ecstatic to know that Adele was back. And she did it in such a big way with her heart-wrenching ballad, "Hello." From the honest lyrics to that big church bell that tolls midway through the tune, Adele knows how to make her presence known.
Rihanna Song :Bitch Better Have My Money
While we're still waiting for her upcoming album, Anti, Rihanna did drop a stand alone single that made you all hot and bothered while scaring the shit out of you. She takes no prisoners with "Bitch Better Have My Money," and the video proves to be quite the mob film. While she's looking sexy in couture, you definitely don't want to piss off Rihanna.
Nominations: Teen Choice Award for Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song
Drake Song Hotline Bling
Justin Bieber Song Where Are U Now” - Jack U feat.
Justin Bieber Song Where Are U Now” - Jack U feat. After all his ridiculousness over the past few years, 2015 became Justin Bieber's big comeback. But before he bestowed us with his hit LP, Purpose, he teamed up with Skrillex and Diplo, aka Jack U, on "Where Are U Now." And the three artists told the New York Times that the melody and beats are all different distortions of Justin's vocals. Seriously, how cool is that?
Major Lazer, DJ Snake Song Lean On
Artists: Major Lazer, DJ Snake
Featured artist: Mo
Album: Peace Is the Mission
Lean On" - Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. Mo. We love collaborations, especially ones you don't expect. So when Major Lazer and DJ Snake teamed up with Danish indie electro pop singer, Mo, we thought something interesting would come out of it. And we were right. From the rhythmic hook and dancey beat, this was a mainstay on playlists & radio since it dropped in March.
Fetty Wap Song Trap Queen
Artist: Fetty Wap
Album: Fetty Wap
Awards: MTV Video Music Award for Artist to Watch, BET Hip Hop Award for Best Track of the Year.
2015 is Fetty Wap's year. From the moment we heard his melodic hip hop flow on "Trap Queen," we were all hooked. After that, Fetty was everywhere, and we don't don't hate that.
The Weeknd Song Can't Feel My Face
Artist: The Weeknd
Album: Beauty Behind the Madness
From the moment you hit play on The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face," it quickly makes you want to move. And although the meaning of the song might not be the best of habits, you can't help but love Abel Tesfaye's vocals to the retro beat.
Silento Song Whip/Nae Nae
Whether or not you want to admit it, you're a pro at doing the whip, nae nae or stanky leg. This is not only the track of the summer but will be a mainstay at party playlists from now on.
Alessia Cara Song Here
Artist: Alessia Cara
Alessia Cara may sound lyrically abrasive. But the truth can't hurt, right? "Here" became the anthem for anyone who doesn't just follow the in crowd and the nostalgic tune for anyone who wanted to get out of the lame party and just chill at home on a Friday night.
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