Whether you’re looking for the most popular songs of all time or you’re a fan of hip-hop, there’s a song out there for you. From Gangnam Style to Lady in Red, we’ve got you covered. And we won’t forget to mention Home, Sweet Home, Staying Alive, and more.
Gangnam Style has become one of the biggest hits in South Korea and beyond. Its viral video went viral and broke the Internet in 2014, with over 2.1 billion views on YouTube. It became a sensation and has inspired several cover versions and remixes. It has also won awards, including Song of the Year and Best Video at the MTV Europe Music Awards. It also holds the record for the most YouTube views ever.
The song reached number one on virtually every music chart and has become a global sensation. It paved the way for the K-pop movement and spawned a new dance craze. It is still influencing pop culture today. Although the song is no longer a top ten hit, it remains a staple of K-pop and pop culture music.
Psy, real name Park Jae-sang, had already become a household name in the Asian entertainment industry, but North American audiences had only recently discovered him. “Gangnam Style” became his breakthrough song and has since become his signature song. It was released as the lead single from his sixth studio album, which was certified ten times platinum by the RIAA and five times platinum by Music Canada.
The chart includes the most popular songs by Gangnam Style. Its top five songs are listed below. The Gaon Music Chart is a Korean language chart. The chart is based on the number of plays.
Home, Sweet Home
“Home, Sweet Home” is the title track of the 1985 power ballad by Motley Crue. The song first appeared on the band’s album Theatre of Pain and was accompanied by a music video which documented the band’s concert activities. The video featured scenes shot in Houston, Texas during the band’s 1985 tour. The song has since been remixed twice, once for the single’s promotion and release, and then for the group’s 1988 Japan-only EP.
Although it has been over 150 years since its composition, “Home, Sweet Home” continues to be sung in concert halls and community songbooks throughout the world. Its lyrics and melody have been a subject of controversy over the years. Many feel that the song’s original melody is based on a Sicilian folk song. However, it was the same song sung by a number of famous singers in concert halls around the world.
The song is an ode to the lead singer, Ross Ellis, and the way he feels when he thinks of his hometown. It’s a song about the desire to return home after being away from it for a long time. But the feeling isn’t limited to one place; it can also come about after long trips for work.
In fact, “Home, Sweet Home” is the most popular song of the nineteenth century, and its popularity may be due more to the American poet who wrote it than to the composer. The composer of the song, Henry Rowley Bishop, was the most celebrated English composer of his time, and was dubbed the “English Mozart” of his generation. The song also kept the tradition of English opera alive. While today, opera is often considered highbrow, in the nineteenth century it was a common form of music.
The Bee Gees’ Staying Alive is one of their most memorable songs. It has become one of the most popular songs in pop history and is among the ‘100 Years, 100 Songs’ list of the American Film Institute. It was also included in Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. A UK poll ranked it as number five, and dozens of cover versions have followed.
The song was not originally a single, but fans started calling radio stations after hearing it in trailers for the film Saturday Night Fever. After the song was released, it reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in February. It was there for four weeks before slipping to number two. The film was a hit, and the song became one of the most recognizable tunes of all time. It also helped launch John Travolta’s career.
The Bee Gees were also instrumental in defining the disco genre. Stayin’ Alive is their most iconic song, and it is one of the most popular songs of the 1970s. The song became an instant classic when it was featured on the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever. The song has continued to be played in sports events and dance clubs to this day.
The song Staying Alive by Bee Gees was written as an homage to the streets of New York, and it takes a heavy influence from Black culture and R&B. There are references to the plight of minority New Yorkers throughout the lyrics. The lyrics also make reference to the energy level of the late seventies.
Can’t Help Falling in Love
“Can’t Help Falling in Love” is a song by Elvis Presley. It was originally recorded on his album Blue Hawaii. The song was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, and George David Weiss. It was published by Gladys Music, Inc.
The song is based on the 1784 song “Plaisir d’amour” by Jean-Paul-Egide Martini. The song is a timeless classic, and was a top ten hit in the UK for several weeks. It peaked at number two on the US Hot 100, and is certified Platinum by the RIAA.
The song is a love song about a man who can’t help falling in love. It was first recorded by Elvis for the soundtrack of the 1961 film Blue Hawaii. It was written by George David Weiss, George Peretti, and Luigi Creatore and was first released by Gladys Music, Inc.
The song is a popular love song that has been covered by a wide variety of artists. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was a huge hit for Elvis Presley. It was also the last song he performed live before his death in 1977. It has become a staple of the soundtrack to many of our lives and memories.
Old Town Road
Old Town Road has been the top hit in numerous markets, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, and New Zealand. It has also been featured in various TV shows and movies. Its popularity has made it one of the most covered songs in history. The song has been played by millions of people around the world and is still a top 10 favorite on the radio.
Old Town Road was created in a single day by Lil Nas X, who was living with his sister when he made it. The song features a sample from a Nine Inch Nails song. The song’s uniqueness helped it become a hit and became one of the most listened-to songs of all time.
Old Town Road has been remixed many times. The most popular remix is the Billy Ray Cyrus remix, which feeds off the song’s theme of being different. However, this isn’t the only remix of the song that has made the top five. Other remixes include the remix by Diplo, Young Thug, and Mason Ramsey.
Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road” is currently the top song on the Billboard Hot 100. It has spent 17 weeks at the top, which is the longest consecutive time for a single song to spend at No. 1. The song has also become one of the most popular songs of the past decade, according to Billboard.