The Best of 2014Posted by Nadine Segal • December 31, 2014 at 12:51 PM
2014 was an exciting year for music here at Torch Music. Users showed their love for their favorite song by listening to them, sometimes over and over. If you are wondering what the most listened to songs on Torch Music were this year, look no further…
Starting out of Top 10 of 2014 is the appropriately titled Ariana Grande song “Intro“. Welcome to the best of 2014.
For Jason Derulo’s first appearance on the chart, his hit song “Wiggle” made it up to #9.
One Direction stole the #8 spot on the Top Ten Chart with “Steal My Girl“.
Shakira dared to top the charts again and again this year; “Dare (La La La)” was the #7 song of the year.
One of the biggest break out artists this year was Ariana Grande who’s song “Problem” came in at #6. The young singer has already been compared to the likes of Mariah Carey. “Problem” features another breakout artist, Iggy Azalea.
Celine Dion was back on the charts this year with “Loved Me Back to Life” which came in at #5.
Jason Derulo had not one but two top song in 2014. “Talk Dirty” was the #4 song on Torch Music this year.
Taylor Swift finished out 2014 with the amazing sucess of her latest album 1989. Her hit single “Blank Space” managed to make it to the #3 song on Torch Music in 2014, even though it was only released a month ago.
In case you missed it (and we don’t know how you could have) this was the year of the backside. From J.Lo to Iggy Azalea to Nicki Minaj, everyone who was anyone was singing about their booty. Torch Music listeners could not get enough of Nicki Minaj’s tribute to the rear-end with her video “Anaconda” which was the #2 song of the year.
This year Shakira made sure she would be forgotten thus year, she had hit after hit on Torch Music including “Can’t Remember to Forget You” which was the #1 song of 2014. As an extra treat the song and video feature Rihanna.
We hope that you all enjoyed the music of 2014 and look forward to more in 2015.
If you want to hear all the songs from the “Best of 2014″ – check out the playlist.