Our 10 Favourite Songs of 2015

10 – Drake ‘Hotline Bling’

This is defiantly one of the most memorable songs of 2015 (being the subject of memes since the video came out). The song is one probably Drakes most high profile songs.

9 – The Weeknd ‘Cant Feel My Face’

This is probably the Weeknd’s most influential song and will likely be the reason for his success. This song is a great example of modern R&B and will get everyone moving!

8 – WSTRN ‘In2’

This song has been playing on the radio non-stop since the song came out and has been stuck in our heads ever since!

7 – Justin Bieber ‘What Do You Mean’

Justin Bieber has completely changed his sound this year and seems to be growing with his fans. His music has become considerably less pop and more enjoyable

6 – Disclosure ‘Jaded’

Disclosure brought their second album this year, filled with surprisingly great House and Garage songs, but, this was by far our favourite so we were surprised that it didn’t make it into the top 100.

5 – NAO ‘Bad Blood’

We loved this futuristic song. This song can be a song that blends into the background, but is more than meets the eye – with it’s bold moments and defining silences.

4 – Zara Larsson, MNEK ‘Never Forget you’

This is a really catchy and fun songs that collaborates two great voices and really showcases their talents!

3 – Little Simz ‘Wings’

A young Rapper from North London, she has set herself apart with her album ‘A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons.’

2 -Stormzy ‘Shut Up’

Stormzy is  a British Grime artist and is known as one of the people at the forefront of the resurrection of British grime music.

1 – Alessia Cara ‘Here’

Alessia Cara is a Canadian Singer who’s debut song Here was a huge hit, as it resinated with anyone who felt that they never really had a good time at a party. The song will ironically be played at every party since, however.