The top five tunes that are currently ruling the radio waves
All of Me a�� John Legend
From his fourth studio album, Love In The Future, this one is Legenda��s dedication to his then fiance and now wife, Chrissy Tiegen. Having topped charts across the globe, this piano ballad gets a soft electro remix by Tiesto as it climbs to the top.
Rather Be a�� Clean Bandit Jess Glynne
A strong violin introduction moves into electronic keyboard beats in this one from the British electro pop outfit as it quickly turns into a number reminiscent of the 90s. With the easy vocals of Jesse Glynne and old-school video game-style synth blips, it makes for a great road-trip number.
Aina��t It Fun a�� Paramore
With influences of funk, soul and new jack swing, this rock number with an upbeat, foot-tapping tempo has been praised for its tongue-in-cheek attitude and sarcastic lyrics. We love the feel-good gospel choir background to this one about the competitive nature of society today.
Adore You a�� Miley Cyrus
The American pop singer is back in a rather romantic mood after the loud protests of Wrecking Ball as she professes her affections for now ex-boyfriend, Liam Hems-worth. The r&b ballad has strong bass influences and powerful vocals which have helped it break into the top five this week.
Move a�� Little Mix
Dropping three spots to number five, the British girl banda��s dance number is bound to have you hitting the dance floor. With elements of r&b and a dominant bass synth, the girls have described it as a message to boys on the dance floor acting a�?too cool for schoola��. Quirky tribal beats meet 90s disco inspirations in this one.
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