Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage 50 Best Songs of 2015 - Rolling Stone The 50 best songs of 2015, including Adele, Drake, Fetty Wap, the Weeknd and more. South Korea furiously churns out fun and innovative pop music — and the K-pop output of the past 12 months definitely didn’t disappoint. Red Velvet released their fair share of demented bubblegum pop this year, but even SM Entertainment’s latest female titans couldn’t come close to Oh My Girl’s spectacular “Cupid.” Simultaneously hypnotic and jarring, the surprise rookie gem of the year sounds like Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl” after being sliced and diced by the K-pop machine, stitched back together and then rolled in sugar. Right before beginning his mandatory military service, the charismatic dancing machine finally got to shine as the solo star that he is with this uber fun hip-hop/disco jam. It’s hard to resist a nice slice of bouncy synth-pop, especially during the summer time. Considering that their debut was delayed for YEARS, I don’t think anybody really expected SEVENTEEN to be the best new boy band of 2015. The music video for 'I Really Like You' featured Hollywood legen Tom Hanks as well as a sneaky cameo from none other than Justin Bieber. Although it may have been released in 2014, Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' has continued to be one of the most downloaded songs of 2015. Little Mix's lead single from their album 'Get Weird' shot into the No.1 spot and stayed there for TWO weeks. On The Verge: 20 Artists To Watch In 2016. In an alternate universe, I can imagine Amelle-era Sugababes recording this and absolutely slaying. It spent the longest time at number 1 for the year, 14 weeks, and spent the entire year in the Top 40 region. From pop bangers and house floor-fillers to indie, folk, grime and R&B, here are the 100 best songs of 2015. WATCH: It's Finally Here! ), “So Crazy” is a ridiculously catchy earmworm with hooks for days and days and days. Jason Derulo equalled Ellie Goulding's 2015 record with 4 weeks at No.1 with this banging tune before it was knocked off the top by Tinie Tampa and Jess Glynne's 'Not Letting Go'. Lead single “I Feel You” gave pop a much needed freestyle revival a la Exposé and Seduction, while the fully-committed music video took us back to vintage MTV and Robert Palmer. Idolator has already brought you the best 2015 had to offer in mainstream and alternative pop, but what about the East? The lush “Lion Heart” captures the group’s timeless femininity and packages it as a retro-pop throwback filled with vintage girl group harmonies and a bassline snatched straight from The Four Tops. All these components make for an amazing pop track. LunchMoney Lewis' debut single reached No.2 in the Vodafone Big Top 40, narrowly missing out on the top but securing a place in our hearts forever! 2015 has been a year of '1 week No.1s' however the ladies were album to buck the trend and prolong their stay in pole position. What was your favorite K-Pop song of its own? List of #1 Rock & Roll Singles for 2015. And don’t get me started on the epic dub-step breakdowns, a.k.a. The aptly-titled “Turn Me Back” is retro kitsch at its best, boasting ’80s electric guitar riffs, cheesy record scratches and the most danceable italo-house breakdown of the past year. After spending two years peddling quirky Brave Brothers’ jams, the ever-evolving 4minute reinvented themselves into ferocious club kids with the relentlessly fierce “Crazy.” It’s the closest a female K-pop act has got to displaying Rihanna levels of badassery in years. Ga-In dropped one of the best albums of the year with her Biblical-themed EP Hawwah. There’s not a lot to say about MAMAMOO’s breakout hit other than that it’s just a super fun feel-good song performed by a bunch of girls that can really sing and rap. During 2015, Mark Ronson 's " Uptown Funk " (featuring Bruno Mars) spent 31 weeks in the … Like Selena Gomez’s “Good For You,” it’s a song made for the male gaze with a music video to match. We list 20 Idolator-approved newcomers to keep an eye on in 2016. James Corden & One Direction Team Up For Carpool Karaoke. GALLERY: Every No.1 Single Of 2015 So Far!