Music News: The Most Downloaded Music for 2015

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Music, who does not love it? Through the years and through every passing generation, music is always part of it. They may get old; new sounds may be developed, but this cycle just goes on and on and on. Music will always survive just like how a man does.

Music is an organized or formulated sound. It is an art which entails audible and organized sounds and silence. It does not contain an emotion but is designed to control and transform the emotion of listeners. There’s something in music that when you listen to it, you feel like you own it and it’s made for you.

Music has different genres and every person in the world has favorite genres. Some of the most common among them include:

  • Country. This is a blend of notable music forms originally located in the southern part of the US and the Appalachian Mountains. It stemmed in the roots of traditional blues, Celtic, gospel, folk, old-time and hokum music and rapidly evolved over the 1920s.
  • Disco. A genre of dance-related pop music which became popular in dance clubs during the mid-1970s.
  • Gospel. A genre described by strong vocals referencing lyrics of a religious nature like Christian.
  • Folk. As the name suggests, this genre is the music for and by the common people.
  • House. An electronic dance music which was made by some popular dance club DJs in Chicago during mid-1980s. Such genre is strongly affected by elements in late 1970s which are funk and soul-infused style of dance music.
  • Instrumental. A musical recording or composition with no lyrics or any vocal music. The music and sound are all produced through musical instruments.
  • Jazz.  This is a musical art in America which started about the beginning of the twentieth century in the African American communities within the southern part of US.
  • Pop. This is a category of modern music that is not defined through artistic considerations but through its prospective market or audience.
  • R&B.  As a popular music genre, this combines jazz, blues and gospel music. African American artists were the ones who popularized this genre.
  • Rap. This music is produced through the rhythmic singling of rhymes and words. It is one of the elements of culture and hip hop music.
  • Reggae. A music genre that was initially developed in the late 1960s in Jamaica. Particularly, this music style is popularized by Bob Marley.
  • Rock. This is a form of music with a strong vocal melody supported by drums, bass and guitar. A lot of rock music styles also use keyboard instruments like piano, synthesizers and organ.

With these most popular genres, what is your favorite genre? Sure thing you have at least 3 favorite genres which when you hear over the radio makes you happy.

Today, a lot of new songs emerge. Perhaps, every day, there’s a new music releases in the market. Would you like to know the latest music news? What are the top music people love hearing over the radio?  To give you the most recent Music News, the article will cover the most downloaded music this year, 2015. Check if you have already downloaded them all or your 2015 hit Playlist is still missing some.

  • Uptown funk by Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars
  • Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix) by OMI
  • Take Me to Church by Hozier
  • See You  Again by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
  • Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding
  • Take Your Time by Sam Hunt
  • Sugar by Maroon 5
  • Ghost by Ella Henderson
  • Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
  • Fourfive Seconds by Rihanna/Mccartnet/Kanye West
  • Hold Back the River by James Bay
  • Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
  • I’m Not the Only One by Sam Smith
  • King by Years & Years
  • Wish you Were Mine by Philip George
  • Hold by Hand  by Jess Glynne
  • Lean On by Major Lazer ft. DJ Snake and Mo
  •  Earned It by the Weekend
  • Up by Olly Murs ft. Demi Lovato
  • The Nights by AVICII
  • Ayo by Chris Brown and Tyga
  • Elastic Heart by Sia
  • Firestone by Kygo ft Conrad Sewell
  • Want to Want Me by Jason Derulo
  • Bloodstream by Ed Sheeran
  • Lips are Movin by Meghan Trainor
  • Where are You Now by Skrillex and Diplo/Justin Bieber
  • Chandelier by Sia
  • Heroes (We Could Be) by Alesso ft. Tove Lo
  • Centuries by Fall Out Boy
  • GDFR by Florida ft. Sage the Gemini
  • Like I Can by Sam Smith
  • Jealous by Nick Jonas
  • What I Did for Love by David Guetta ft. Emeli Sande
  • I Really Like You by Carly Jae Jepsen
  • Gravity by DJ Fresh ft Ella Eyre
  • Say Something by Karen Harding
  • Blank Space by Taylor Swift
  • Stay With Me by Sam Smith
  • Runaway (U and I) by Galantis
  • Lay Me Down by Sam Smith ft. John Legend
  • Budapest by George Ezra
  • When the Beat Drops Out by Marlon Roudette
  • All About that Bass by Meghan Trainor

Without these songs in your system, do you think you’ll be able to get by?