We’ve collected the top five songs from this year so far to play at your New Year’s Eve party. While they are a bit overplayed, each of these songs probably stirs up great memories of 2015 for your guests, making them the perfect tunes to play while you’re remembering the past year.Thanks to Official Charts, we’ve compiled the top five songs of the year for your party. Start them up right after you finish your New Year’s Eve dinner, so everyone gets into the holiday spirit.
#5 “See You Again” Wiz Khalifa Feat. Charlie Puth
This song is the Fast and Furious tribute to late actor Paul Walker. The song grossed a combined chart sales of $1.07 million since its release in April. It spent two weeks on the top of the charts before being kicked off by “Cheerleader.” This song is a great reminder to be thankful for the people we have in our lives, and to remember the ones we lost going into the New Year.
#4 “Love Me Like You Do” Ellie Goulding
This song featured in Fifty Shades of Grey took the number one spot for four weeks. Play this song to get everyone in the mood for their New Year’s Eve kiss. It grossed over $1.1 million with its quiet, sensual sound that Americans clearly love.
#3 “Take Me To Church” by Hozier
This powerful blues song was the only one in the top five that never reached number one. Its combined sales of $1.14 million, however, make it one of the top songs of 2015. The commanding and motivating song is a great one for your New Year’s party.
#2 “Cheerleader” by Omi (Felix Jaehn Remix)
You heard it blasting on the radio all summer long, and it still isn’t gone! This chill, island sound is the perfect thing to stir up summer memories at your New Year’s party. Since its April release, its combined sales have reached $1.37 million.
#1 “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars
This upbeat song was confirmed as the biggest track of the year in September by Official Charts Company. The hit’s sales reached $1.63 million so far this year. This doesn’t surprise us. Just try to listen to this song without tapping your feet. No celebration of 2015 would be complete without this fantastic tune.