7 Most Requested Songs for January 201625. January 2016
Let’s check these new songs that made to the 7 bests this week!
With plenty of songs released in late December and early January, we’ve found it hard to identify the top songs of the month. The majority of the soundtracks are so strong that new entries can’t get any space on the list.
We consolidated the top 7 songs based on user’s votes to start your week right. And we’ve got the following singles:
Number 7: “Same Old Love” by Selena Gomez
The second single from her second studio album Revival, “Same Old Love” is a representation of different relationship stages. Her relationship with fans, loved ones, and Tony Bennett are the inspiration of the song. Acquiring positive reviews from critics and fans, “Same Old Love” reached top 5 on the US billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number one on the US Mainstream Top 40 chart. So cool!
Number 6: “Stressed Out” by Twenty One Pilots
“Stressed Out” is about the nostalgia for childhood, the difficulty of adulthood, and relationship. Blurryface who’s the song’s titular character speaks out about these stages in life. “Stressed Out” peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Number 5:”Sweet Lovin” by Sigala
When it comes to new dance music, DJ Sigala made the name. After the success of his “Easy Love” on 2015, Sigala has his new single “Sweet Lovin” which eventually jumped to top 3 of the UK singles. It looks like 2016 is getting better for him.
Number 4: “History” by One Direction
“History “is included in One Direction's Made in the A.M Album. And said to be a song of goodbye and hope for the Directioners. The boy band will be having their year-long break this March 2016 and this song assures fans of their big come back. You got to wait!
Number 3: “You Don’t Own Me” by Grace feat. G-Eazy
Congrats to another success to Grace and G-Eazy this year. Their “You Don’t Own Me” hasn’t left the top 10 charts of since the start of 2016. It hits the number 1 in Australian chart and was included in the top 10 most viral track in Spotify.
Number 2: “Sorry” by Justin Bieber
Released on October 23, 2015, “Sorry” gained commercial success and was consistent in topping the music charts. It ranked #1 in the Canadian Hot 100. It also peaked at number 1 on nine other countries like US, UK, New Zealand, Australia, and Germany.
Number 1: “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber
Wow! Bieber nailed it. From last year to now, he consistently made the top weekly charts. His song “Love Yourself” was co-written by Ed Sheeran, which was about the bitter-sweets of ending a relationship. The official music video shows an arguing lovers communicating through dancing.
There you go! The above songs might be in your playlist already since it has peaked the charts for several weeks now. But ultimately, you’ll probably enjoy listening to each track. They’ve got the nicest tunes and meaningful storylines.
Let’s wait for next week to check if new songs will be added to this list. Keep in touch with the top latest and most requested songs only here at Speakstick. Enjoy your music!
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