[YEAR-END] Best Singles Of 2015

These ten songs proved they had what it takes to rule multiple formats this year (see 2014 list here).

10. Kanye West – All Day
bs10Yeezy’s all-star collaboration featured some of his best rap bars to date while giving Paul McCartney some much needed street cred.

9. Kendrick Lamar – Alright
bs9The Pharrell-produced “Alright” became so massive that it (unofficially) stood as the anthem for the #blacklivesmatter movement.

8. Rihanna – Bitch Betta Have My Money
bs8Rihanna went through most of 2015 without releasing an album, but “Bitch” stood as her first collaboration with Travi$ Scott.

7. Tame Impala – Cause I’m A Man
bs7The lead single from Tame’s third album ‘Currents’ became a bit of a staple on the indie circuit, leading to a slew of equally successful covers.

6. Kelly Clarkson – Piece By Piece
bs6“Piece By Piece” is Kelly’s peek into her upbringing, as the biographical song discusses her father’s influence (or lack thereof) on her music.

5. Dr. Dre (feat. King Mez and Justus) – Talk About It
bs4Dre’s comeback album – and soundtrack to ‘Straight Outta Compton’ features this gem, which is packed with so much high energy that it can’t be denied its greatness.

4. Kacey Musgraves – Biscuits
bs4Kacey takes one of the world’s most beloved foods and creates a country-pop gem that’ll easily get stuck into your head forever.

3. DJ Fresh (feat. Ella Eyre) – Gravity
bs3This song finds Ella’s vocals literally soaring to new heights, proving that its title is a mere understatement to her true talents.

2. Skrillex and Diplo/Jack Ü (feat. Justin Bieber) – Where Are Ü Now
bs2While “Where Are Ü Now” became one of Diplo’s biggest mainstream hits to date, it also reintroduced the world to a more mature Justin Bieber – to successful results.

1. Shamir – On The Regular
bs1Shamir’s breakout mainstream hit has literally been everywhere this year, proving there’s a place for a truly unique voice in music.

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