Pop music. It’s all people talk about. It’s in the media, on the radio and no matter how hard you try to avoid it, it’s everywhere you go. And sometimes, the songs get stuck in your head and then you just can’t stop singing them.So to make your life easier, here are the Top 5 Pop Songs We Can’t Stop Singing.
5. “Baby” by Justin Bieber- Admit it. You now have the chorus running through your head. Even though it’s almost 3 years old, you can’t escape the high-pitched “Baby, baby, baby oohhhh” running through your brain, derailing all your thoughts. It’s ok, just think about kittens.
4. “Want U Back” by Cher Lloyd- Cute British girl with a rocking body and a voice that pierces your soul. So, you listen to the song. Then it’s on the radio every hour. Then it just sticks to your brain. Her message is clear though: She wants you back. Whoever you are, please take her back so we can get it out of our heads!!
3. “Superbass” by Nicki Minaj- Lord, please save us from this music. Please. Stop it. I’m a fan of dub step, but when you mix rap and dub step and awkward other personalities it just turns out…bad. Very, very bad. But nonetheless, we can’t seem to get the boom, boom, boom out of our heads.
2. One Direction- There isn’t even a specific song. If you can name one off the top of your head in less than 15 seconds, chances are it’s stuck in your head. The typical pop music group, they have their music written by professionals for the sole purpose of getting their music into your heads, where it plays on in an eternal soundtrack.
1. “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen- You can’t escape it. Ever. The hit summer single of 2012 is on everybody’s mind, even when you don’t think it is.You secretly sing it into your hairbrush while dancing in your underwear. It’s your shower song and the song you sing when you’re slightly wasted at the bar during Open Mic sessions. I know you know it. Who doesn’t? But Carly Rae’s hit single is easily the catchiest song because of the simple lyrics and bouncy music.
There you go. 5 songs that you can either try to avoid or just accept the fact that they exist and sing them loud and proud when you hear them.