#TopSongsOf2015

Here are our Top 20 Songs of 2015!

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Muzik Speaks – Top Songs of 2015

Yesterday we presented you with our favourite albums of 2015, and today we bring you our favourite songs of 2015. The year has been crammed with some sensational songs and these are the ones we think made the biggest impact this year…but do you agree with our choices? What other songs would you have included?

  1. Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
  2. Years & Years – King
  3. Jack Ü (Diplo & Skrillex) – Where Are Ü Now featuring Justin Bieber
  4. Adele – Hello
  5. Omi – Cheerleader
  6. Sia – Alive
  7. Wiz Khalifa – See You Again featuring Charlie Puth
  8. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Downtown featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz
  9. One Direction – Drag Me Down
  10. Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand
  11. Little Mix – Black Magic
  12. Drake – Hotline Bling
  13. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
  14. Jason Derulo – Want To Want Me
  15. Nick Jonas – Levels
  16. Sigala – Easy Love
  17. Tove Lo – Talking Body
  18. Fleur East – Sax
  19. Kelly Clarkson – Heartbeat Song
  20. Life Of Dillon – Overload

The Songs

I hope you’ve enjoyed these songs as much as I have this year and if you’d have chosen some different tracks, please let me know what you’d have chosen 🙂

Enjoy,

Matt x
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#Two4Tunesday: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – ‘Downtown’ & KStewart – ‘Ain’t Nobody’


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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are back with this oddly captivating track! It’s such a mish-mash of styles and emotions yet it works like a charm! Featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and Grandmaster Caz, the songs is filled with unique moments of pure magic. Reminiscent of ‘Uptown Funk‘ with more hip hop and rock elements it makes for a fun five minutes!

The video is funky too and well worth a watch…enjoy 🙂


You can download ‘Downtown’ from iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/downtown-feat.-eric-nally/id1032175804


Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – ‘Downtown’


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KStewart is a relatively new pop girl on the scene, with an interesting house style to her sound. This song comes at around the same time as her collaboration with Marlon Roudette (known for his recent song ‘When The Beat Drops Out‘) but this release definitely demonstrates her own unique sound. Produced by TCTS and Karma Kid, this song is a catchy, interesting track, that’s well worth a listen. Unfortunately, no official video has been released yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

*UPDATE* – The official video has now been released and can be seen below! Enjoy 🙂


‘Ain’t Nobody’ is available for download from iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/aint-nobody/id1037590296?i=1037590304


KStewart – ‘Ain’t Nobody’

And so ends this week’s #Two4Tunesday but would you have chosen a different set of songs? Please leave your choices in a comment below or on our Facebook/Twitter

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#ThrowbackThursday / #ThrowbackThreesday: Will Smith

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This week’s #ThrowbackThursday consists of the legendary Will Smith; not only is Will Smith renowned for his fantastic acting and producing but also his rapping and songwriting talents, having written some massive chart-topping tunes!

So when it came down to choosing a track I found it virtually impossible to pick just one song and therefore have decided to do another #ThrowbackThreesday (like I did previously, in memory of Lil’ Chris).

First off, is one of Will Smith’s biggest UK hits and in fact his only, solo, UK Number 1, Men In Black. The song was not only the lead song taken from 1997 film, Men In Black, but it was also Will’s first solo single. The song also features samples of Patrice Rushen‘s ‘Forget Me Nots’.

Will Smith – ‘Men In Black’ featuring Coko

Next, in 1999, was another massive hit for Will, taken from another film, Wild Wild West. This scored him a Number 2 in the UK Charts and was yet another memorable track of his. I’m not ashamed to say that I know all of the words to this song…and yes, I feel “damn good though, if I can say it myself” when I sing along! The song features samples of Stevie Wonder‘s song, ‘I Wish’.

Will Smith – ‘Wild Wild West’ featuring Dru Hill & Kool Moe Dee

Later on, in 1999, Will released his final single of the year, inspired by the turning of the new millennium. The video features many celebrities including DJ Jazzy Jeff, Eve, K-Ci and more and sees Will perform in a variety of time-travelling settings. Another catchy Number 2 for the rapper/hip hop star and it features samples of The Clash‘s ‘Rock The Casbah’ and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five‘s ‘Superappin”.

Will Smith – ‘Will 2K’ featuring K-Ci

I hope you enjoy re-living these tracks as much as I am!

Do you remember these tracks? Have you got a different, Will Smith track for your #ThrowbackThursday? Please share this with your social media friends.

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These songs are available to purchase on iTunes now, and are all featured on the album Will Smith: Greatest Hits – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/will-smith-greatest-hits/id206201734