“I can’t feel my face when I see you again” – Mash-up of two top pop songs in 2015 that sums up my sentiment for pop music in 2015. The year is a sub-par continuation of 2014 where the Divas that shone in 2014 released poorer songs, notably, Taylor Swift, Iggy Azalea, Ariana Grande, Megan Trainor and Sam Smith. I will also change the way I list my top songs for the year and instead of ranking them I will just group them as a soundtrack for the year. And I will add 3 of the the most acceptable top pop tunes in order for me to easily recognize what year is this group of songs. So here is my soundtrack for 2015.


  1. Shut Up and Dance (Walk The Moon) – the song is synonymous to fun and had a fun video as well. Lead singer looks like Jason S.
  2. Uptown Funk (Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars) – Funky song sung by Filipino pop superstar.
  3. I’m an Albatraoz (Aronchupa) – Hot Swedish siblings
  4. My Type (Saint Motel) – celebratory song of my pickiness. Hot video. The song that makes me recall What The festival.
  5. Intoxicated (Martin Solveig) – Funky cool song and video. The most listened to at the treadmill. Song that makes me recall Ibiza.
  6. Riptide (Vance Joy) – Laid back cool quirky song with an equally quirky video
  7. Where Are You Now (Jack U with Justin Bieber) – Lively dance song
  8. How Deep is Your Love (Calvin Harris) – The song I’d likely want to listen if I’m in a boat or on the beach.


  1. Bungalow (Scott Helman) – This song just connects with me.
  2. Hold Back The River (James Bay) – Sounds like one of the classics. Nice hair.
  3. Blank Space (Taylor Swift) – “Starbucks lovers” is the best two words in a song since Lady Gaga’s “Disco stick”. Sadly, it only sounded like SL.
  4. Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran) – A really good song but almost got wiped again by a cringeworthy video.
  5. Renegades (X-Ambassadors) – Great lyrics but wound up in the Jeep Renegade commercials and would not have made it in this list.
  6. Life of The Party (Shawn Mendes) – Meaningful. Best lyrics of the year.
  7. Worlds on Fire (Zerbin) – “Dance in the fount of Parisian merlot with our heads in the cloud, bodies below in desire. The whole world’s on fire”
  8. Budapest (George Ezra) – Quirky song that sounded like a 50’s tune sung by a 60 something.