Top 100 Songs of 2015 (80-61)

Today we bring you the second installment of our 2015 countdown. If you missed the first one, you can see it here. Did your favorite song make the list? Read and find out!

80. 2 Heads by Coleman Hell

Bluegrass meets EDM in this track. The aggressive banjo in the chorus is actually quite mellow, creating a chill house track.

79. Shots (Broiler Remix) by Imagine Dragons, Broiler

This is just better than the original; I don’t know how else to put it. The string synths are fantastic.

78. Kiss Me Quick by Nathan Sykes

The former frontman of The Wanted sang a song with almost too much soul. The background horns are also quite catchy.

77. Should’ve Ran After You by Cole Swindell

Cole Swindell finally released new music in late 2015, and this song in particular is a standout.

76. Catch and Release (Deepend Remix) by Matt Simons

Acoustic rock combined with deep house can work really well as seen by this song. The Kygoesque beat essentially replaces the guitar, still creating a relaxing mood.

75. What Do You Mean by Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber had a musical revival in 2015 changing his demographic from 12 year old girls to 18 year old girls. The electric infused sound is quite catchy, and a much better stylistic choice for the Biebs.

74. You Can’t Stop Me by Brett Eldredge, Thomas Rhett

These young guns of country music had a deadly combination when they released this track on Brett Eldredge’s Illinois. It’s a disco infused country tune; something definitely worth checking out.

73. You by Lost Kings

This progressive house track is just the tip of the iceberg for the hot new EDM duo from L.A. Catchy, dancy and hip: what more do you need?

72. Somewhere in Paradise by Chance the Rapper ft. Jeremih & R. Kelly

Chance of the Rapper had a ridiculous 2015, including premiering this song on Saturday Night Live. The last minute of this song is straight fire.

71. Runaway (U & I) by Galantis

The Swedish EDM duo killed the game with their debut album, Pharmacy. It starts off quiet, but that doesn’t stay true for long.

70. Blame It On Me by George Ezra

The husky voiced Englishman created a soulful rock track that has been a staple of Adult Contemporary radio this whole year.

69. Should’ve Been Us (Lost Kings Remix) by Tori Kelly, Lost Kings

Lost Kings takes you on a one way trip to Banger City with this remix of the hit Tori Kelly song. It’s just a killer song.

68. Hymn For The Weekend by Coldplay

The highlight of Coldplay’s new album; this song redeems themselves for their terrible release beforehand. Between the horns, Beyonce’s addition to the song, and the catchy piano riff, this song truly has everything.

67. September (Taylor Wise Remix) by Earth Wind & Fire, Taylor Wise

You shouldn’t be able to remix classic songs like September, unless the remix is this good – a modern take on the 70s classic.

66. Wesley’s Theory by Kendrick Lamar, George Clinton, Thundercat

Between the intro, the haunting autotune by Kendrick, and the acid like bassline by Thundercat, Kendrick starts his socially conscious album in the best way possible. There is no better song to set the tone for his album.

65. Strip It Down by Luke Bryan

Luke “Am I Marvin Gaye incarnate?” Bryan came out with a song that gave him that quite popular nickname. Who knew country songs could be this sexy!

64. Classic by The Knocks, Fetty Wap, Powers

YAAAAAAAA BABY! This was at the point in the year where Fetty made everything better; Fetty makes everything he touches better!

63. Coffee by Miguel, Wale

Miguel sing raps over the sirenesque beat about nothing but pure love. The tenderness he has emphasizes the delicate nature of this song. Wale’s rap is also quite hype.

62. SummerThing! by Afrojack ft. Mike Taylor

I could rave about how awesome Mike Taylor is, but instead why don’t you just read what he says about it from our exclusive interview!

61. Where Ya At by Drake, Future

It’s so repetitive that it’s good! The transition from Future to Drake is almost seamless and is so perfect. And as always, Drake is the clear highlight of the song.

Be sure to keep coming back to see what song charts at #1!

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