Now, here are the lists of the top 10 hit songs of the year 2015. Check them here and enjoy your most preferred songs with the love of your life.
Sorry is recorded by the Canadian singer Justin Bieber. Skrillex and Blood were the producers of this song. It was made available in public on October 23 of 2015. It is a tropical house and dancehall-pop song. It has instrumentation of brassy horn bleats, dembow riddim and a beat warm island patterns. Commercially, it achieved global success, and it becomes at the top charts of thirteen states. The song was at number one in countries like Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, UK and US.
This is another song of singer Justin Bieber that hits in 2015. Bieber also wrote the song with Jason "Poo Bear" Mason Levy and Boyd, and MdL produced the song with Bieber as co-producer. The song was made accessible to the public on August 28 of 2015.The song is a tropical house, pop song, with instrumentation consisting the light trappings of panpipes, piano chords, looped vocal samples, bass and "slick beat", fervent synths elements with the hum of a clock ticking, and Bieber used a soulful and smooth vocal. During the year-end lists, it was number one in Spin Publication in the lists of The 101 Best Songs of the year 2015.
The song was sung by English singer and also songwriter James Bay. It initially made public in the UK through the Republic Records. Ivor Novello, award champ Iain Archer, and James Bay himself were the writers of the song while Jacquire King was the producer. The song was at number 2 on the UK Chart Singles and number one in Ireland and US Bubbling Billboard Under Hot 100 Singles. It was also voted Best Rock Song for a Grammy Award.
The song was recorded by the electronic music group of Major Lazer and the French producer, DJ Snake and features vocals from the Danish singer MØ. DJ Snake and Major Lazer was the producer of the song with writers MØ, DJ Snake, Major Lazer and member Diplo. The song was released through the Mad Decent independently. It is a kind of dance and electronic song and also illustrated as a kind of house ballad. The song was a commercial and critical success, peaking at number two on the UK Singles Chart. In November of 2015, it was named by Spotify being the most flooded songs of all time, and was about 800 million flows worldwide until June 2016.
The singer of the song was English singer Adele. The song was released on 2015 on October 22, by XL Recordings. Adele also co-wrote the song together with Greg Kurstin, her producer and the song was recorded in London. The song is a piano ballad that has soul influences. The song received critics that are more favored with the previous work of Adele's music. Although there are critics, but the song still managed to sit at number and gained the global commercial success in every country it graphed in, just like in the UK. It is also the song that has the massive opening week sales in its three years. By the end of the year 2015, it has sold about 12.3 million units worldwide.
The song was recorded by an American rapper Wiz Khalifa and features the American singer Charlie Puth. The trail was made for the disc of the action film Furious 7 in year 2015 too, and it was a tribute to the deceased Paul Walker, who passed away in a single-car accident in 2013. The artists also co-wrote the song together with the co-producers, Andrew Cedar and DJ Frank E. It was released on 2015 on March 10. It became a worldwide commercial success, and turns Puth and Khalifa's biggest single up to date. It also spent twelve non-consecutive weeks being a top of the US Billboard Hot 100 and it also reached number 1 in some other states like Australia, Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, and New Zealand. The song takes the record for the top-streamed track in a day on Spotify in the US.
The song was recorded by songwriters and English singer Ellie Goulding for the movie Fifty Shades of Grey. The song is an electropop mid-tempo power ballad, with apparatus consisting in crushing drums and massive synths. The song speaks about the unmanageable feeling of being seduced by someone and falling in love whose touch depart her pleading for more, though it hurts. It gains praise from music critics, who acclaimed Goulding's supple vocals and the sound for being grandiose and sultry. The song was an international success, becoming Goulding's top successful single as well as becoming the primary number-one in different countries, topping the graph of about 25 territories in all.
The song is by musician, Irish national, Hozier for his introduction extensive play (EP). The song was released by a striving musician at the moment of its writing, and documented the song in the house attic of his parents' home in Ireland. The song is one mid-tempo-spirit song and the lyrics details Hozier's stress with the Catholic Minister and the stance on same sex attraction or homosexuality. It initially gets the awareness of a private-label Rubyworks, where the makers Rob Kirwan overdubbed the initial demo with live devices. The song is a metaphor, with the character comparing religion and his lover.
The song is recorded by OMI, a Jamaican singer. The track was produced and written by OMI with the other producers like C. Dillon, M. Bradford, and R. Dillon. OMI started developing the song when he makes its melody. The song's lyrics portray a romantic buddy as a support system. The song is a unique instrument for a humid-flavored deep home rendition, notably introducing a trumpet, a beat, a conga and a piano. The song turned out to be a massive global victory in 2015, when it was ranked number 1 in 20 states worldwide.
The song is recorded by Mark Ronson, the British record producer; and American songwriter and singer Bruno Mars. Several critics in music noted its likeness with famous music from the 80s. The song was a commercial and global success, spending 14 weeks consecutively at number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song presented heavy motivation from the Minneapolis Sound of 80s-era funk sounds, having a soul alike to success by Prince and Morris Day. The song has a tempo of 115 beats in a minute.