It was a big year for dance pop and retro sounds among the best pop music of the year. Based on critical evaluation these are the best pop songs of We the Kings shifted from their typically sunny pop-rock to explore bullying in the single "Just Keep Breathing" from the band's fourth album Somewhere Somehow. The result was the third single from the group to break into the Billboard Hot
Billboard publishes annual lists of songs based on chart performance over the course of a year based on Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems and SoundScan information. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 8, Billboard Year-End Hot singles. Categories : record charts Billboard charts.
Big million sellers dominated 2013's year-end chart.
Billboard Year-End Hot chart for For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Top s Songs. Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke featuring T.
French robots owning the radio with super-smooth Seventies disco, a year-old wunderkind repping the mean streets of New Zealand, an angry hip-hop genius going off on corporate racism, Canadian rock redeemers making epic art-disco, HAIM, Drake, Miley, Justin — music in was a hot mess of innovation and blurred genre lines. Anarchy on the hip-hop and pop charts and thrilling new energy in the EDM and indie-rock underground meant picking the best songs amidst all this wasn't easy. But it was fun. Produced by Anthony Gonzalez of French dreamrockers M83, this grandiose ballad is where the Killers ' gigantic Eighty pretensions finally beared poof-haired fruit. When Brandon Flowers sings "Gimme a shot at the night" you almost wonder if you're hearing the title track to a Rocky sequel we all somehow forgot existed. The consolation prize for Sonic Youth 's evaporation has been a flurry of cool solo projects, the most surprising being Ranaldo's. Exhibit A is this comfort-food, Who-flavored jam down, a reminder he was always the classic rock counterbalance to Thurston and Kim's avant-gardening. Footnote: Check out his review of the Dead 's archival Sunshine Daydream for another peek into his personal daydream nation. A two-minute skull-boring pop nugget that makes the title's argument with such ear-wormy power, you may well find yourself staring in the mirror wondering if they're right.