Late Registration: Adem’s Top 100 Songs of 2015

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A good six months too late, here’s my long-overdue list of the Top 100 Songs of 2015 for the three of you still interested.

01. MADONNA “Living For Love”
Madonna’s Valentine release reigns supreme as 2015’s ultimate peak. “Living For Love” bridged a gap between dance music of the 90s and dance music from the future. Infectious as all hell, Diplo’s production on this is second-to-none, providing us with a crisp, deep dance jam. “Living For Love” is such a powerful moment it should have been Number 1 for the entire year. That ‘Lord lift me up! Up! Up! Up!’ middle-8 is the kind of middle-8 most pop stars dream about being their own. Uplifting in every sense of the word.

02. DELTA GOODREM “Wings”
Delta Goodrem’s most mind-blowing single to date. Mathematically speaking, “Wings” is exactly the kind of powerful pop moment you would expect from established songwriters like Max Martin. A true Australian TRIUMPH.

03. MADONNA ft. NICKI MINAJ “Bitch I’m Madonna”
The complete irreverence of releasing “Bitch I’m Madonna” right after “Ghosttown” was obviously not lost on the fans, who showered this bop with elaborate cheers at all six of Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour dates in Australia. A song which should have done for Rebel Heart what “Hung Up” did for Confessions on a Dance Floor, nine times out of Ten, the reason people hate this song is usually the reason I love it. The electronic equivalent of sawing through wood as a riff? LOVE IT. The shrill tone of Madonna’s voice in parts of the song? LOVE IT. Nicki’s not-at-all-bothered rap? LOVE IT. But most of all, I LOVE Diplo for producing this godsend. Not as much as I love him for then convincing Madonna to release “Bitch” as a single, citing the fact that whether she’s releasing traditional pop music or not, people weren’t buying the singles like they used to and that she might as well just release what she wants. And boy am I glad she listened. Some may not see “Bitch I’m Madonna” as the classic moment so many of her hardcore fans do, but nothing she’s released this entire decade encapsulates her mission statement more.

04. RIHANNA “Bitch Better Have My Money”
A killer track criminally left off Rihanna’s ANTI. For some serious Cookie Lyon realness, watch the live performance of this from the MuchMusic Awards. Easily the Barbados crooner’s best live performance to date and, hopefully, an exciting glimpse into a more capable Rihanna stage show for the ANTI World Tour.

05. TINA ARENA “Karma”
Queena Arena’s excellent run of classic, glamorous pop reached its peak in 2015 with this, the as-yet-to-be-released-as-a-single goldmine from her album Eleven called “Karma”. The biggest, most scenic moment in her career since the electrifying “Symphony of Life”, this majestic number absolutely must be the next single to be released from Eleven. And it deserves a career defining video too!

06. YEARS & YEARS “Take Shelter”
Technically not a single from 2015 HOWEVER, I was a bit of a late bloomer when it came to the genius of Years & Years and “Take Shelter” was hands-down my most played track from Communion, an album already full of Instant Classics.

07. KENDRICK LAMAR “King Kunta”
Kendrick Lamar’s exciting LP To Pimp A Butterfly presented the MC as a soul influenced less by hip hop and more by G-Funk, 70s bass guitar licks and the downright funk of artists like the late and great Prince or Erkyah Badu. Thematically, it continues the subject matter explored on Kanye West’s iconic trailblazer Yeezus, an album released only a short few years earlier. Butterfly alienated some fans but, if anything, the record was able to win Lamar some new ones, myself included, with the most versatile rap album of the year. “King Kunta” was the powerful, epically produced politico-pop-rap monster that served as my introduction to him beyond his leaked demo of “PARTYNAUSEOUS” with Lady Gaga.

08. MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “I’m A Ruin”
FROOT’s greatest song. Unfortunately this is now the second Marina album we are not welcoming a tour to Australia for. What gives, Diamandis? Maybe I scared her off when I interviewed her for The Family Jewels era?

09. YEARS & YEARS “Shine”
The song so good the band created FOUR (1! 2! 3! and 4!) different video clips for it.

10. LADY GAGA x NILE RODGERS “I Want Your Love”
After the polarising Cheek To Cheek (which I LOVED), Gaga going Disco with Nile Rodgers for Tom Ford felt like an olive branch of patience being held out to her Little Monsters. The perfect song for Gaga to cover has proven to be as timeless as the original, perhaps even bettering it with its modern flair and insanely astute production.

11. PRINCE “Fallinlove2nite”
A truly inspired electronic/house/disco jam that brought all three of those genres into the 21st century.

12. BONNIE McKEE “Bombastic”
Criminally underrated, “Bombastic” had all the makings of becoming a big hit single. The hooks and turns through the song solidified it early on as being one of the absolute best pop moments of the year, and the video WAS The Best Video of 2015. It’s not my fault you never heard it.

13. RITA ORA “Poison”
GET STUFFED, Calvin Harris. Although, thank you – I guess – for hurting our Rita Ora so much that she went and recorded the best song of her career with the greatest, most powerful middle-8 this side of the chart. The kind of Middle-8 somebody like Calvin Harris could only wish he was clever enough to create. *NAIL PAINTING EMOJI*

14. MAJOR LAZER ft. MO & DJ Snake “Lean On”
Well, duh. Diplo 4ever.

15. PETER WILSON “Heart In Motion”
After many months of personal debate, it is now safe for me to say that Peter Wilson’s “Heart In Motion” is the best song from his Iconic album Utopia. Serving as an impressive, world-class sugary pop-rush you’ll never forget, “Heart In Motion” boasts more hooks than an art gallery.

16. LADY GAGA “Til It Happens To You”
An emotionally raw and powerful pop song mastered by Mother Monster and Dianne Warren. And the less said about Sam Smith stealing their Oscar, the better.

17. LANA DEL REY “The Blackest Day”
Epic, lengthy Lana is usually The Best Kind of Lana. Let’s have a cigarette and sway by the swing set.

18. WILLAM BELLI “Es Una Pasiva”
When Vicky Vox give you lemons, make limonada.

19. MADONNA “Holy Water”
The best non-Pablo Kanye West production from the last 12 months, which was paired with the most unforgettable live performance of both 2015 AND 2016. If you haven’t seen Madonna perform this on her wildly successful run of the Rebel Heart Tour, you literally missed out on the single most epic live performance of the past year.

20. MADONNA “Unapologetic Bitch”
Last year I made a comment that “Unapologetic Bitch” was Madonna doing a better job of being Gwen Stefani than Gwen Stefani has for the past 2 years. While I still feel like that point is extremely valid, 2015 made me stand up and realise not only how mighty this song really is, but also how much of a classic bop it’s going to go down as in a few years time. Would have done moderately well as a single, too, don’t you think?

21. BODYLOVE ft. MARYANNE “Under Your Cool”
In 2014 I charted the demo version of “Under Your Cool” within the Top 30 of my songs list for that year, and forewarned you all that more was coming from these two incredibly talented Aussies. In 2015 they delivered, with the finished, shiny and new version of “Under Your Cool” sweeping me off my feet once more. Bodylove’s killer production and vox married with Maryanne’s captivating voice makes me incredibly excited to hear more from these future stars.

22. RAE SREMMURD ft. NICKI MINAJ “Throw Some Mo”
Rae Sremmurd + Nicki Minaj = Me in Heaven.

23. FKA TWIGS “In Time”
“In Time” – the really big moment on FKA twigs’ M3LL155X – takes the renowned chanteuse’s blend of RnB and industrial mechanics to heavenly proportions. A truly infectious, vocodered chorus that, in true twigs style, minimises the computerized vocals in the chorus’ final showdown to remind you just how fucking brilliant that silky-smooth voice actually is, with twigs echoing “You’ve got a god-damn nerve!” at the lover who’s scorned her. But the repeated chants of twigs screeching “I be feeling the same, in the club in the rave” over the top of an other-worldly soundscape make this is a real highlight. “In Time” also boasts a raspingly beautiful middle-8 that throws in ultimate euphoria when you least expect it. That’s quite possibly the best thing about FKA twigs; she’s consistently surprising the listener with twists and turns that are unpredictable and deeply rewarding.

24. MADONNA “Devil Pray”
Madonna inviting the listener to do a swag of drugs to get high got the attention of many when Rebel Heart was first released, but the people complaining about those particular lyrics were obviously not paying attention to the true Madonna moment of the song, when, just after listing a series of popular drugs, she slashes all thoughts about embarking on such activities with the cutting line “forever be lost with no way home”. The most important part of the song was also the most unheard moment from it because people are idiots.

25. DIPLO, CL, RIFF RAFF & OG MACO “Doctor Pepper”
Proper insanity. Diplo 4ever.

26. SLINKEE MINX “Lift Me Up”
My favourite Aussie duo returned in 2015 with this, the James Ash (Rogue Traders/Jealous Much?) produced “Lift Me Up”. A kaleidoscope of thumping beats, praying there’s more from the Minx for 2016 and that they call upon James to work with again.

27. TINA ARENA “Unravel Me”
“I’M IN A HAZE OF SMOOOOKKEEEEEEE!”

28. YEARS & YEARS “1977”
Ugh, marry me Olly I would never hurt you.

29. NANNE “Allitid Retar Det Nan”
THIS FIERCE BITCH RIGHT HERE is responsible for my FAVOURITE SONG from the year 2005. If you remember 2005, you’ll remember it was also the year Girls Aloud released “Biology” and Madonna released “Hung Up”, two of my favourite songs of all time, so you kind of have an idea of how immense Nanne’s “Hall Om Mig” is as a proper pop force. 2015’s “Allitid Retar Det Nan” is no different, pulsing along in true Nanne Schlager style with the perfect levels of diva-sass we’ve all come to expect from the Swedish powerhouse.

30. CARLY RAE JEPSEN “Run Away With Me”
The biggest Carly Rae bomb from “E-MO-TION” came complete with a video clip that – quite bizarrely (but brilliant all the same) – took Jepsen and turned her into… Alice Glass?! I’ll take it.

31. DEAN MISDALE “Ego”
The future of Australian Pop covering a stone-cold Aussie pop CLASSIC. Dean Misdale’s debut single took the celebrated Skyhooks’ jam and married its rock elements with EDM brilliance, producing one of my favourite covers of the year.

32. YEARS & YEARS “Foundation”
The most haunting release of 2015, “Foundation” boasts the most unconventional song structure and an eerie production to it that made this the majestic monster it is.

33. FRIDA “I Know There’s Something Going On (Junge Junge Remix)”
This isn’t cheating!! ABBA’s very own Frida may have released this Phil Collins produced pop jam back in the 80s, but with its resurgence in 2015 thanks to not only featuring on the soundtrack to the Ryan Murphy series Scream Queens, it was also rereleased as a single with a swag of new remixes. This was the only remix of the lot worth revisiting. Frida 4ever.

34. DANIEL JOHNS “Cool On Fire”
Daniel Johns truly coming into his own. THIS is exactly where he belongs, with the guitars collecting dust in the tin shed and the Casio out in full force. That voice married with traditional pop production is the source of lots of baby-making throughout 2015. And that video? SEXXXXXXXXXXXX!! Strangle us all with your dick, Mr Johns.

35. GRIMES “Kill V. Maim”
When Grimes gets it right, she smashes it out of the park. This was one of those moments, with lyrical punches as big as the ocean. Scenic as FUCK.

36. TINA ARENA “Love Falls”
The song that sets its scene within a Tina Arena favourite: inside a Parisian café. That chorus is why God brought such magic via Queena into our lives.

37. MADONNA ft. CHANCE THE RAPPER & MIKE TYSON “Iconic”
Remember when this started to BOOM through the arena as the opening number on Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour? I’ll never, ever forget the rush of adrenaline that would creep up on me in the seconds before Madonna started to drop from that cage in the sky. I have goosebumps and am honestly getting a little bit teary just TYPING about it, ugh what a fucking Queen. Also: Chance 4ever.

38. ADELE “Water Under The Bridge”
Wonderful balladry from She Who Sells to Mothers.

39. RIHANNA “American Oxygen”
Another moment left off ANTI that perhaps shouldn’t have been, Rihanna gets political with this torturously good urban slow-to-mid-pace jam, offering one of the most vulnerable and exciting vocal performances from her to date. When that bass drops in after the intro? FUCK ME. What a MOMENT. Tidal 4ever.

40. CARRIE UNDERWOOD “Dirty Laundry”
The best song from Carrie’s iconic Storyteller LP, with a chorus built exactly the way I like my country choruses, thank you. And the lyric “All the Ajax in the world ain’t gonna clean your dirty laundry” may be one of the best of the year.

41. ONE DIRECTION “Never Enough”
This should have been a single at some point before they called it a day. At least we won’t have to sit through more poor decision-making when it comes to single releases from the ‘team’ behind One Direction. Bring on Harry Solo, thanks.

42. DIPLO & SLEEPY TOM “Be Right There”
The song that’s basically sound tracked every music festival in Australia since its release. Diplo played this as one of the last songs during his DJ set at Stereosonic last year and it was during this song that he spotted me going off my bloody rocket to his set, gave me a seriously sexy hetero-thumbs-up and then THREW HIS USED, HALF-FULL WATER BOTTLE TO ME AS A GIFT. Yes, I took a sip from the bottle. And Yes, it IS on display at my home. DIPLO’S WATER BOTTLE 4EVER.

43. DISCLOSURE ft. LORDE “Magnets”
Disclosure and Lorde teamed up for this, 2015’s sexiest song about being a home wrecker.

44. AALIYAH & DU TONC “Rock The Boat (Du Tonc Rework)”
A lush as all fuck remix from Audio Out favourites Du Tonc.

45. MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Immortal”
Marina being Marina. She always seems to shine brightest on songs when she’s questioning everything about her life and is, seemingly, upset. More “I’m A Ruin”, “Immortal” and “Valley Of the Dolls” for the next album please, Queen Diamandis.

46. DJ SNAKE “Middle”
The song that fondly reminds me of the time my feet nearly caught fire from dancing so hard to this during DJ Snake’s Stereosonic set.

47. SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM “Summertime Madness”
MISS CONNIE AND BLACK ANGUS ARE FUCKING BACK LADIES AND GENTLEMEN!! This, the introduction to their comeback, was a true gift from the dance gods. Praise Connie, Praise Angus. Sneaky 4ever.

48. DOE PAORO “Nostalgia”
This song is so overwhelmingly beautiful – and it kinda sounds like it belongs on the Drive soundtrack, right?!?

49. JACK Ü ft. 2 CHAINZ “Febreeze”
Another Stereosonic moment where I nearly had a heart attack from “going off”. Diplo & Skrillex 4ever.

50. DUKE DUMONT “Ocean Drive”
WHAT A CHOON. That thick, crisp and clean bass drop was one of the most rewarding moments in pop for the year.

51. GRIMES “Pin”
I still can’t figure out just WHAT song that repeated, dreamy riff reminds me of but I’m bloody here for it.

52. ADELE “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”
Max Martin x Adele = Popgasm.

53. GRIMES “Flesh Without Blood”
Power-pop from she who has appeared a few times on this list. It’s interesting, because as a whole – to my ears at least – Grimes’ album isn’t PERFECT, but a lot of the tracks from it are. Proof that when she gets it right, she gets it so goddamn right.

54. TOVE STYRKE “Samurai Boy”
Synthy!

55. BRANDON FLOWERS “I Can Change”
When The King of The Mormons samples Bronski Beat’s “Smalltown Boy” – one of the greatest fucking songs OF ALL TIME – you sit up and listen. A proper revelation and up there with some of The Killers’ BEST, most iconic single releases. Pity this wasn’t bigger. God 4ever.

56. DISA “Marry You”
If you’ve been lamenting the disappearance of MKS then Disa’s “Marry You” might fill that void nicely. Listen and weep to what could have been.

57. GRIMES “Butterfly”
More prettiness from Grimes.

58. MADONNA “Like A Virgin (Dens54 Rebel Heart Tour Studio Version)”
THIS REMIX!! The remix from YEARS ago that was so bloody good, Madonna decided to use it as the studio version for the track on the Rebel Heart Tour. Sampling everything from Hard Mandy’s “Heartbeat”, to the snake-charming synths from the Blond Ambition Tour version of “Like A Virgin”, this will go down in history as not only one of the best Madonna remixes, but ALSO one of her best performances. “NOBODY! FUCKS! WITH THE QUEEN!!!!”

59. NICKY NIGHT TIME ft. NAT DUNN “Flowers”
Thumping vocal house from one of my absolute favourite artists, with a smooth-as-silk vocal from Nat Dunn.

60. TINA ARENA “Overload”
Choice lyric: “I’ve been dragging a bag since 1980, it’s weighing me down can’t someone help me let it go? I’m in Overload.”

61. MADONNA “HeartBreakCity”
A gorgeous ballad heightened by the killer live performance on The Rebel Heart Tour. The mash-up of this with “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” needs to be released as the lead single from Something 2 Remember (see what I did there) and enjoyed by the masses as soon as humanly possible. One of the highlights of the entire tour and a moment that meant quite a lot to so many of us hardcores attending multiple shows. Madonna throwing dancers off-of staircases 4ever.

62. LANA DEL REY “Music To Watch Boys To”
I LIKE YOU A LOT.

63. DUCK “Brave New World”
Cheeky, experimental rap with a strong, poignant message.

64. JANET JACKSON “No Sleeep”
The best song from an album I didn’t really understand the hype for.

65. PRINCE “This Could B Us”
Funky as all hell, the artwork for this single also demonstrated how in touch Prince really was with everything, not just music but the Internet and even meme culture. God I miss him so much already.

66. WILLAM, RHEA LITRE & ALASKA THUNDERFVCK “Ride for AIDS”
The funniest, most offensive song parody of all time. Set to the tune of Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” and starring three of my fave Drag Queens.

67. GREGORY PORTER “Liquid Spirit (Claptone Remix)”
OOOOOF!! What a fierce, stomping piano JAM.

68. KDA ft. Katy B & Tinie Tempah “Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)”
Banging house featuring one of my favourite female voices, Katy B.

69. YEARS & YEARS “King”
An incredible song, yes, but their best? I mean does it have four videos? Oh it only has one video? I REST MY CASE.

70. YEARS & YEARS “Ties”
Seeing Years & Years perform “Ties” live was honestly a serious religious experience. Olly and Olly’s hair 4ever.

71. TOVE STYRKE “Number One”
Big and Mighty Pop that makes Charli XCX look like the faded, carbon copy of Marina that she is. I still don’t find Charli all that interesting two albums later, but Tove? Tove GETS IT and doesn’t register as being synthetic. I don’t mean or even like to compare the two (or three, as it so happens), but Tove comes across as the more genuine version of what Charli is trying to sell. 

72. MILEY CYRUS “Cyrus Skies”
Miley channels one of her heroes, Grace Jones, on this, the most experimental and excitingly dark song from her Dead Petz project.

73. MADONNA “Ghosttown”
This was my Number 1 Song of the Year for 2014, and seeing as it was released as a single in 2015 AND is still a stone-cold classic, I figured it best to include it within my 2015 list too.

74. LANA DEL REY “God Knows I Tried”
My Lo-Fi Queen, giving power bottoms the world over songs to cry and shake to since 2010.

75. PETER WILSON “Where Were You Last Night”
Originally released by Ankie Bagger in 1989 (and written by the iconic Swedish song writing trio Tim Norell, Ola Håkansson and Alexander Bard), Peter Wilson’s spectacular take on this high-energy pop moment comes complete with one of the most thrilling key changes I’ve heard since the 80s. TAKE ME TO CHURCH, PETER!!!!

76. FLEUR EAST “Sax”
Saxy (sorry).

77. NGAIIRE “Once”
Former Idol contestant breaks through the mould and does it with much greater success and enjoyability than, let’s say, the only-sexy-when-he-shaves Matt Corby. “Once” is a fantastic song that’s finally pushed this star into the spotlight where she belongs.

78. KILL THE NOISE ft. FEED ME “I Do Coke”
One of the funniest dance songs I’ve ever heard. Novelty jam? Maybe. But this will be a Novelty Jam that’s revisited for years to come.

79. ONE DIRECTION “What A Feeling”
Talking about One Direction’s last album will have to do until Harry explodes all of our ovaries with his solo debut.

80. YEARS & YEARS “Border”
Intense, ILY Olly.

81. A$AP ROCKY ft. JOE FOX & KANYE WEST “Jukebox Joints”
Kings x 3.

82. FKA TWIGS “Figure 8”
Don’t just stand there, let’s get to it.

83. ENYA “The Humming…”
The Queen of Mountains, Serenity and Money returned in 2015 with one of the best albums of the year. And this, “The Humming…”, was the best song of the bunch.

84. MAJOR LAZER ft. CHRONIXX “Blaze Up The Fire”
Diplo 4ever *googles pictures of Diplo shirtless*

85. ROISIN MURPHY “House of Glass”
The most twisted, awesome dance bomb from Roisin’s Hairless Toys LP.

86. KENTON SLASH DEMON “Harpe”
Taken from Future Classic, one of my favourite labels.

87. KANYE WEST “Only One”
Nowhere near as powerful as anything on The Life of Pablo but still really bloody good.

88. MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Savages”
Marina & The Lecturers with a strong, powerful message. Best lyric? “I’m not afraid of God. I am afraid of Man.”

89. DU TONC “Every Song”
A great vocal house jam with a truly sweet sentiment.

90. TOVE STYRKE “Even If I’m Loud It Doesn’t Mean I’m Talking To You”
Bloody bonza.

91. MAJOR LAZER ft. ELLIPHANT & JOVI ROCKWELL “Too Original”
Diplo 4ever. He can dip it any time (SORRY).

92. MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Forget”
A song about a broken love, or a song about Marina leaving her quest for pop star domination behind her?

93. MØ “Kamikaze”
Thank you King Diplo for bringing MO into our lives. My thirst for Diplo and all that he bestows upon us is fucking real, if you didn’t pick up on that yourself 93 songs into the list…

94. LANA DEL REY “High By The Beach”
A sentiment we can all get behind, I’m sure.

95. TINASHE ft. CHRIS BROWN “Player”
Remember when Tinashe basically told an interviewer the label made her include Chris Brown on this single? GOOD TIMES.

96. MAJOR LAZER ft. WILD BELLE “Be Together”
I mean can Diplo do any wrong (he cannot, don’t @ me).

97. MADONNA “Messiah”
Big strings and a powerhouse vocal make this one of Madonna’s best ballads.

98. TOVE LO vs FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD “Talking Body (Michael Casado Mix)”
THIS IS HOW YOU MAKE A BLOODY MASH-UP!!!

99. AGORIA “Alluvion”
Dreamy brilliance from one of my dance-floor faves.

100. PAUL KALKBRENNER “Feed Your Head”
Not since his Berlin Calling soundtrack has Kalkbrenner grabbed my attention as effectively as he did with this, the Jefferson Airplane sampling “Feed Your Head”. Either listen to this monster on a killer sound system or with exceptional headphones – you’ll thank me for it later.




AND THE BEST of THE REST…
A$AP ROCKY “L$D”
A$AP ROCKY ft. BONES “Canal St.”
A$AP ROCKY ft. JOE FOX, FUTURE & M.I.A. “Fine Whine”
A$AP ROCKY ft. SCHOOLBOY Q “Electric Body”
ADELE “Hello”
ALASKA THUNDERFVCK “Anus”
ALASKA THUNDERFVCK “Beard”
ALASKA THUNDERFVCK “Hieeee”
ALASKA THUNDERFVCK “This Is My Hair”
ALASKA THUNDERFVCK ft. COURTNEY ACT & WILLAM “The Shade Of It All”
ALESSO ft. KYLIE MINOGUE & STUART PRICE “Cool”
ALISON WONDERLAND “Games”
ANGEL HAZE “Bruises”
ANGEL HAZE “Gods”
ANGEL HAZE “Impossible”
ANGEL HAZE “Moonrise Kingdom”
ANGEL HAZE “The Eulogy”
ANGEL HAZE “The Woods”
ARIANA GRANDE “Focus”
ARIANA GRANDE “One Last Time”
BECKY G “Break A Sweat”
BIG SEAN “I Don’t Fuck With You”
BIRDS OF TOKYO “Anchor”
BJARKI “I Wanna Go Bang”
BOJANA STAMENOV “Beauty Never Lies”
BONNIE McKEE “I Want It All”
BONNIE McKEE “Wasted Youth”
BRANDON FLOWERS “Between Me & You”
BURIAL “Temple Sleeper”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “Gimme Love”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “I Didn’t Just Come Here To Dance”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “LA Hallucinations”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “Making The Most Of The Night”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “Warm Blood”
CARLY RAE JEPSEN “Your Type”
CHANCE THE RAPPER ft. SABA “Angels”
CHILDISH GAMBINO “Sober”
CHVRCHES “Clearest Blue”
CHVRCHES “Leave A Trace”
CILIA “Silhouettes in Slow Motion”
CL “Hello Bitches”
CLAPTONE “Puppet Theatre”
CLAPTONE ft. JAW “Dear Life”
COURTNEY ACT “Ugly”
DANIEL JOHNS “By Your Side”
DANIEL JOHNS “Dissolve”
DANIEL JOHNS “Too Many”
DEATH TEAM “So Fresh”
DEMI LOVATO “Cool For The Summer”
DEVON SEVEN “The Real One”
DINAH NAH “Make Me (La La La)”
DISCLOSURE “Holding On”
DRAKE “Hotline Bling”
DRAKE “Madonna”
DU TONC “Animals”
DU TONC “We Can Hold On”
DUO RAW “Devil In Me”
DUSKY “Skin Deep”
ELLEN ALLIEN “Lou”
ENYA “Dark Sky Island”
ENYA “Echoes In Rain”
ENYA “Pale Grass Blue”
ENYA “Sancta Maria”
ENYA “So I Could Find My Way”
ENYA “The Loxian Gate”
ERIC PRYDZ “Opus”
ERIKA SELIN “Break Me Up”
FEKI “Remember”
FKA TWIGS “Glass & Patron”
FKA TWIGS “I’m Your Doll”
FKA TWIGS “Mothercreep”
FLEUR EAST “Paris”
FORMAT:B “Chunky”
FRANKY & SANDRINO “Acamar”
GALANTIS “Peanut Butter Jelly”
GEORGE MAPLE ft. GRANDE MARSHAL “Where You End & I Begin”
GIORGIO MORODER & BRITNEY SPEARS “Tom’s Diner”
GL “Number One”
GOLDEN FEATURES “Baxter”
GRACE ft. G-EAZY “You Don’t Own Me”
GRIMES “Life In The Vivid Dream”
GRIMES “Realiti”
GRL “Lighthouse”
GWEN STEFANI “Used To Love You”
HALSEY “New Americana”
HERMITUDE “Ukiyo (Ok Sure Remix)
HILARY DUFF “One In A Million”
HILARY DUFF “Sparks”
HOT CHIP “Need You Now”
INEZ “Adio”
INVADER GIRL “Stuck On Me
JACK Ü ft. JUSTIN BIEBER “Where R U Now?”
JEL FORD “Ode To Basement” (BONKERS PIANO RIFF AFTER BUILDUP HOLY F)
JI NILSSON “Encore”
JONAS RATHSMAN “Wolfsbane”
KENDRICK LAMAR “Alright”
KENDRICK LAMAR “Wesley’s Theory”
KID KUDI “Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven”
KOURTNEY, KIM, KHLOE, KENDALL & KYLIE “She Loves You!”
KYLIE & DANNII MINOGUE “100 Degrees”
KYLIE MINOGUE + GARIBAY ft. GIORGIO MORODER “Your Body”
KYLIE MINOGUE + GARIBAY ft. SAM SPARRO “If I Can’t Have You”
KYLIE MINOGUE + GARIBAY ft. SHAGGY “Black and White”
LANA DEL REY “24”
LANA DEL REY “Art Deco”
LANA DEL REY “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”
LANA DEL REY “Freak”
LANA DEL REY “Honeymoon”
LANA DEL REY “Religion”
LANA DEL REY “Salvatore”
LANA DEL REY “Swan Song”
LANA DEL REY “Terrence Loves You”
LANE 8 ft. MATTHEW DEAR “Undercover”
LE1F “Koi”
LIDO & CANBLASTER “Superspeed”
LINDA SUNDBLAD “Ljusa Tårar”
LITTLE BOOTS “Help Too”
LITTLE BOOTS “Paradise”
LITTLE BOOTS “Real Girl”
LIZ “When I Rule The World”
LOIC NOTTET “Rhythm Inside”
MADONNA “Beautiful Scars”
MADONNA “Best Night”
MADONNA “Body Shop”
MADONNA “Borrowed Time”
MADONNA “Graffiti Heart”
MADONNA “Hold Tight”
MADONNA “Illuminati”
MADONNA “Inside Out”
MADONNA “Joan of Arc”
MADONNA “S.E.X.”
MADONNA “Wash All Over Me”
MADONNA ft. NAS “Veni Vidi Vici”
MAJA FRANCIS ft. VERONICA MAGGIO “Space Invades My Mind”
MANO LE TOUGH “Half Closed Eyes”
MANS ZELMERLOW “Heroes”
MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Better Than That”
MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Blue”
MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Can’t Pin Me Down”
MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Happy”
MARINA & THE DIAMONDS “Solitaire”
MAX ELTO “Somebody Like You”
MAYA VIK “Y.M.D. (Young Michael Douglas)”
MILEY CYRUS “1 Sun”
MILEY CYRUS “Milky Milky Milk”
MILEY CYRUS & ARIANA GRANDE “Don’t Dream It’s Over”
MISSY ELLIOTT “WTF (Where They From)”
NAMIE AMURO ft. HATSUNE MIKU “B Who I Want 2 B”
NERO “Two Minds (92 Remix)”
NICK HOPPNER “Relate (Black Madonna Remix)”
NICKI MINAJ “The Night Is Still Young”
NICKI MINAJ ft. DRAKE & LIL’ WAYNE “Truffle Butter”
NICKI MINAJ ft. LUNCHMONEY LEWIS “Trini Dem Girls”
NICKY NIGHT TIME ft. NAT DUNN “Flowers”
NIKI & THE DOVE “Play It On My Radio”
NOCTURNAL SUNSHINE “Take Me There”
OK SURE “Silence”
ONE DIRECTION “Infinity”
ONE DIRECTION “Olivia”
ONE DIRECTION “Perfect”
ONE DIRECTION “Temporary Fix”
PEKING DUK “Say My Name”
PETAR DUNDOV “Synchrotonic”
PETER WILSON “For The Very First Time”
PETER WILSON “Promises”
PETER WILSON “Turn To Stone”
PETER WILSON “Utopia”
PETER WILSON “Yesterday Is Over”
PIA MIA “Touch”
PRINCE “Ain’t About To Stop”
PRINCE “Baltimore”
PRINCE “Black Muse”
PRINCE “Groovy Potential”
RAE SREMMURD “Lit Like Bic”
RAE SREMMURD “No Flex Zone”
RAE SREMMURD “No Type”
RAE SREMMURD feat. BIG SEAN “YNO”
ROBIN “Sua Varten”
ROBIN ft. ELASTINEN “Kipinan Hetki”
ROBIN ft. KASMIR “Milloin Nään Sut Uudestaan?”
ROYKSOPP “I Had This Thing (Joris Voorn Mix)
RUSTIE “First Mythz”
SARAH CRACKNELL “Underneath The Stars”
SARAH CRACKNELL ft. NICKY WIRE “Nothing Left To Talk About”
SASHA “Ether”
SASHA “Vapourspace”
SET MO “White Dress”
SHARON NEEDLES “Dead Dandelion”
SKEPTA “Shutdown”
SLEEPY TOM & ANNA LUNOE “Pusher”
SOPHIE “MSMSMSM”
STINE BRAMSEN “Karma Town”
STUDIO KILLERS “Jenny”
SUITE 16 “7 Days”
SUITE 16 “I Don’t Think So”
TAKE THAT “Hey Boy”
TAYLOR SWIFT “Wildest Dreams”
TEAR COUNCIL “Anywhere”
TEAR COUNCIL “My Car”
THE PIXIES & DU TONC “Monkey Gone To Heaven (Du Tonc Rework)”
THE WEEKND “Can’t Feel My Face”
TIGA “Don’t Break My Heart”
TIGA & BOYS NOIZE “100”
TINA ARENA “Heaven”
TINA ARENA “I Want To Love You”
TINA ARENA “Lie In It”
TINA ARENA “Magic”
TINA ARENA “No Filter”
TINA ARENA “Not Still In Love With You”
TINA ARENA “When You’re Ready”
TINA ARENA ft. JESSICA MAUBOY & THE VERONICAS “Chains”
TOTALLY MILD “Move On”
TOVE STYRKE “Ain’t Got No”
TOVE STYRKE “Ego”
V V BROWN “Shift”
VALENTINO KHAN “Deep Down Low”
WHAT SO NOT ft. GEORGE MAPLE “Gemini”
YEARS & YEARS “Desire”
YEARS & YEARS “Don’t Save Me (Live Lounge)”
YEARS & YEARS “Earned It (Live Lounge)”
YEARS & YEARS “Eyes Shut”
YEARS & YEARS “Gold”
YEARS & YEARS “I Want To Love”
YEARS & YEARS “Memo”
YEARS & YEARS “Ready For You (Acoustic)”
YEARS & YEARS “Real”
YEARS & YEARS “Take Shelter x Bills, Bills, Bills (Live)”
YEARS & YEARS “Without”
YEARS & YEARS “Worship”
YELLE “Moteur Action (Sophie & A.G. Cook Mix)”
ZHU x SKRILLEX x THEY “Working For It”

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