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Pop music is one of the most popular and celebrated music genres. Since the beginning of its journey in mid 1950s, the music has gained its ground fast. As the musical taste of people increased, so did its popularity. There are some pop songs that still have a huge popularity among the music lovers. Such attraction helps those songs having a place in the list of best pop music. The total number of pop music is huge. However, we are here today with top 100 pop songs. This chart of top pop songs will include songs from the beginning of the journey of Pop music. It will contain the songs of early musician like Michael Jackson as well as the songs of present day singers like Taylor Swift.

The list:
Pop music has a tendency of charming the most critical of listeners. A list of top 100 pop songs is, however, a goldmine for any listener.

  1. A-Ha: ‘Take on Me’ (1984)
  2. Chicago: ’25 or 6 to 4′ (1970)
  3. John Lennon: ‘Imagine’ (1971)
  4. Lena Horne: ‘Stormy Weather’ (1943)
  5. Judy Garland: ‘Over the Rainbow’ (1939)
  6. Everly Brothers: ‘Bye Bye Love’ (1957)
  7. Jeff Buckley: ‘Hallelujah’ (1994)
  8. Electric Light Orchestra: ‘Mr. Blue Sky’ (1978)
  9. Queen: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (1975)
  10. The Band: ‘The Weight’ (1968)
  11. Beach Boys: ‘Good Vibrations’ (1966)
  12. Joni Mitchell: ‘Big Yellow Taxi’ (1970)
  13. Elton John: ‘Your Song’ (1970)
  14. Bobby Darin: ‘Mack the Knife’ (1959)
  15. Bobby Darin, posed, 1960
  16. Bruce Springsteen: ‘Born to Run’ (1975)
  17. Janet Jackson: ‘Escapade’ (1990)
  18. U2: ‘One’ (1992)
  19. Madonna: ‘Ray of Light’ (1998)
  20. Madonna: ‘Like a Prayer’ (1989)
  21. No Doubt: ‘Don’t Speak’ (1995)
  22. ABBA: ‘Dancing Queen’ (1976)
  23. New Order: ‘Blue Monday’ (1983)
  24. Simon and Garfunkel: ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ (1970)
  25. Celine Dion: ‘My Heart Will Go On’ (1997)
  26. Beatles: ‘Yesterday’ (1965)
  27. E.M.: ‘Losing My Religion’ (1991)
  28. Christina Aguilera: ‘Beautiful’ (2002)
  29. Britney Spears: ‘Toxic’ (2004)
  30. Lady Gaga: ‘Bad Romance’ (2009)
  31. Judy Collins: ‘Send in the Clowns’ (1975)
  32. Don McLean: ‘American Pie’ (1971)
  33. The Association: ‘Cherish’ (1966)
  34. Rolling Stones: ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ (1965)
  35. Backstreet Boys: ‘I Want It That Way’ (1999)
  36. Rod Stewart: ‘Maggie May’ (1971)
  37. Jimi Hendrix Experience: ‘All Along the Watchtower’ (1968)
  38. Bon Jovi: ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ (1986)
  39. Martha and the Vandellas: ‘Dancing in the Street’ (1964)
  40. Led Zeppelin: ‘Stairway to Heaven’ (1971)
  41. Dusty Springfield: ‘Son of a Preacher Man’ (1968)
  42. Righteous Brothers: ‘Unchained Melody’ (1965)
  43. Carly Simon: ‘You’re So Vain’ (1972)
  44. Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z: ‘Umbrella’ (2007)
  45. Black Eyed Peas: ‘I Gotta Feeling’ (2009)
  46. Bob Marley: ‘Three Little Birds’ (1980)
  47. Beatles: ‘Hey Jude’ (1968)
  48. Gnarls Barkley: ‘Crazy’ (2006)
  49. Bob Dylan: ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ (1965)
  50. The Doors: ‘Light My Fire’ (1967)
  51. Sam Cooke: ‘You Send Me’ (1957)
  52. Glen Campbell: ‘Wichita Lineman’ (1968)
  53. Buddy Holly: ‘Peggy Sue’ (1957)
  54. Simon and Garfunkel: ‘Mrs. Robinson’ (1968)
  55. Jackson 5: ‘ABC’ (1970)
  56. David Bowie: ‘Fame’ (1975)
  57. Marvin Gaye: ‘Let’s Get It On’ (1973)
  58. Frank Sinatra: ‘Strangers in the Night’ (1966)
  59. Britney Spears: ‘…Baby One More Time’ (1998)
  60. Fleetwood Mac: ‘Dreams’ (1977)
  61. The Andrews Sisters: ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ (1941)
  62. Sinead O’Connor: ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ (1990)
  63. Eagles: ‘Hotel California’ (1977)
  64. Human League: ‘Don’t You Want Me’ (1981)
  65. Whitney Houston: ‘I Will Always Love You’ (1982)
  66. Depeche Mode: ‘Enjoy the Silence’ (1990)
  67. Marvin Gaye: ‘I Heard It Through the Grapevine’ (1968)
  68. Johnny Cash: ‘I Walk the Line’ (1956)
  69. Michael Jackson: ‘Billie Jean’ (1983)
  70. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’ (1982)
  71. Beatles: ‘Help!’ (1965)
  72. Bing Crosby: ‘White Christmas’ (1942)
  73. Kelly Clarkson: ‘Since U Been Gone’ (2004)
  74. Donna Summer: ‘I Feel Love’ (1977)
  75. Mamas and the Papas: ‘California Dreamin” (1965)
  76. Pink Floyd: ‘Another Brick in the Wall (Part II)’ (1979)
  77. The Ronettes: ‘Be My Baby’ (1963)
  78. Bee Gees: ‘You Should Be Dancing’ (1976)
  79. Otis Redding: ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ (1968)
  80. Audrey Hepburn: ‘Moon River’ (1962)
  81. Beach Boys: ‘God Only Knows’ (1966)
  82. Radiohead: ‘Creep’ (1992)
  83. Ben E. King: ‘Stand by Me’ (1960)
  84. Ray Charles: ‘Georgia on My Mind’ (1960)
  85. Aretha Franklin: ‘Respect’ (1967)
  86. The Archies: ‘Sugar Sugar’ (1969)
  87. The Monkees: ‘I’m a Believer’ (1966)
  88. The Police: ‘Every Breath You Take’ (1983)
  89. Barbra Streisand: ‘The Way We Were’ (1973)
  90. OutKast: ‘Hey Ya!’ (2003)
  91. Woody Guthrie: ‘This Land Is Your Land’ (1944)
  92. Nirvana: ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ (1991)
  93. Amy Winehouse: ‘Rehab’ (2007)
  94. Elvis Presley: ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ (1956)
  95. Stevie Wonder: ‘Superstition’ (1972)
  96. Righteous Brothers: ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin” (1964)
  97. Beyonce Featuring Jay-Z: ‘Crazy in Love’ (2003)
  98. Bill Haley and His Comets: ‘Rock Around the Clock’ (1954)
  99. Impressions: ‘People Get Ready’ (1965)
  100. Prince and the Revolution: ‘When Doves Cry’ (1984)

 

Conclusion:
The list has covered the best pop songs throughout different eras. The list contains old and new alike. So, listener will easily be able to understand their difference and exactly how much the music has changed. This list also covered songs that have slight elements from other genres. Such blend makes the songs more unique and creates perfection it its own way. A music lover will never miss the chance to go through the list. If you like a good music, start listening from right now. Why should you be late to jump into a realm of good music!

Allison

Allison

Allison J Moore is a 23-year-old town counsellor who enjoys reading, walking and social media. She is stable and exciting, but can also be very selfish and a bit lazy. She is USA. She has a degree in philosophy, politics and economics. She is obsessed with over-knee socks.