ListenOnRepeat (LOR) was introduced at a time when many were rambling through internet to play that one video on repeat. As simple as it sounds, we knew how incredibly difficult it was to do so. Since we’re closing in on the 2010s decade, we can’t help but feel a little nostalgic. After all, we’ve evolved with time too. From being a simple community of like-minded, music-inclined individuals to becoming a global hub for video watching and streaming, LOR has come a long way too.
So, to honor the impeccable decade and embrace the forthcoming 2020s, we present to you the list of the global most repeated songs on ListenOnRepeat of the decade. So, fasten your seatbelt and get ready for ride through the memory lane.
The Hills by The Weeknd
The Hills by The Weeknd may not have made it to YouTube’s top videos of the decade with 1.4 billion views, but it certainly made it to the numero spot on LOR’s list with unbelievable 10 million views! Alongside The Hills, the young rapper has several other hits under his belt like Starboy and I Feel It Coming. The Hills was both critical and commercial success. In the singer’s home country of Canada, the song charted at number one. The song’s music video was perfectly fitting to the song’s dark and discordant meditation on lust, fame and drugs. Directed by Grant Singer, the video instantly struck a chord with today’s generation’s fascination with everything shiny and classy. Surprisingly, on LOR, it is most popular in a European nation of Romania!
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Lean On by Major Lezer
Lean On by American-Jamican electronic dance music troop, Major Lezer, first saw the light of the day in 2015, and has gone on to become one of the most successful songs of this decade. On LOR, the track clocks in at second position with over 10 million views, giving a hard fight for the number one position. From disco pubs in New York to metro stations in India, the song was played absolutely everywhere when it released. The dancehall and moombahton song reached the number one spot in more than ten countries. It is also one of the most streamed songs on Spotify. Its music video, featuring exotic Indian locations and dancers, has a separate fan base among netizens.
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Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett
The Economic Times says that South Africa’s national anthem is the most popular anthem in the world. We beg to differ. Presenting the third entry on our list—Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO! The hit single by American duo LMFAO featuring UK singer Lauren Bennett has over 10 million views on LOR, only falling behind on couple of thousands of views from the first and second spot. Landing at number one spot in 13 countries, it is currently ranked as the sixth-most popular song by US Billboard. The award-winning electronic song is synonymous with parties and dancing in 2019 although it was released eight years ago! On LOR, most listeners hail from Greece, and the song has 100% addiction rate!
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See You Again by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth
Finally, our streak of songs with over 10 million views has ended. In rank 4, we have See You Again by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth. The song has reaped a total of 7.6 million views on LOR. Similarly, on YouTube, the song has a whopping 4.5 billion views. Released in 2015, the song’s popularity can’t only be credited to its powerful rap ballad. The song immediately struck an emotional chord with the audience as the track was dedicated as a tribute to late actor, Paul Walker. After spending 12 non-consecutive weeks atop the US Billboard, the music video was briefly the most played video on YouTube. On LOR, it is mostly popular with listeners from Philippines and has made it to 17.3k playlists!
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Closer by The Chainsmokers
On number 5, we have Closer by American DJ duo, The Chainsmokers, a female singer called Halsey. Although it was released in 2016, we can unanimously say that it is one of the most recognizable songs of the decade. On LOR, the song has a global repeat count of 5.8 million views, while on YouTube, it has 2.4 billion views. The song enjoyed the top spot for 12 consecutive weeks at the US Billboard, a rare feat for even the biggest music artists. Thanks to its perfect duet drama, relevant lyrics, and catchy tunes, the song became a favorite among Milennials and Gen Z as soon as it came. On LOR, it is mostly played by Canadian listeners and has 90% popularity!
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Let it Go by Idina Menzel
Seldom does a song primarily composed for children get so crazy popular with adults as this powerful ballad number from Frozen did. The Let it Go sequence performed by American singer-actor Idina Menzel is our number 6 song on LOR with 5.80 million global repeats. On YouTube, it has 682 million views. Released in 2013, the folk-pop song bagged both the Academy Award and Grammy. Over the years, the song has tasted phenomenal international recognition, becoming one of Disney’s most globally recorded songs. Once again, this song is most repeated by the Canadians. It also has scored 90% on LOR’s popularity chart.
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Sorry by Justin Bieber
From Canadian heartthrob Justin Bieber’s fourth studio album, Purpose, this powerful song called Sorry has landed the 7th spot on our list. The 2015 hit has 4.7 million global repeats on LOR, while on YouTube, it has a sublime 3.2 billion views. Sorry is a dancehall-pop song with tropical house beats and warm island rhythms. It topped the charts in more than 13 countries and spent 7 weeks at number one on Canadian Hot 100. The song’s music video is just as addicting as its lyrics. The video featured New Zealand’s all-female hip-hop dance crew ReQuest, where the girls show off their amazing dancing skills and style sense. On LOR, it’s most popular with Malaysian listeners and has scored 84% for popularity.
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Get Jinxed from League of Legends
Who would have thought that a song from a video game would be such a hit? On number 8, we have the theme song from League of Legends—Get Jinxed. On LOR alone, the song has a global repeat count of 3.5 million. With 88 million views, the song has performed impressively on YouTube as well. The song was performed by Norwegian band called Agnete Kjølsrud of Djerv and has notes of black metal, heavy metal, and rock to it. Released in 2013, the song is immensely popular with listeners from Malaysia on LOR. Similarly, the LOR radar shows that it has scored 84% for popularity and 93% on addiction chart!
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Happy by Pharrel Williams
Written, produced, and performed by American singer, Pharrel Williams, Happy is our 9th entry for the most played song on LOR for 2010s. The song has garnered 2.3 million global repeats on our platform alone. Likewise, on YouTube, the happy number has 565 million views. Released in 2014, the neo-soul track was the official soundtrack of the Despicable 2. The song peaked to number 1 spot in various countries including the US, UK, and Canada. It was also the best-selling song of 2014. After the release, the song’s music video and lyrics inspired people across the globe to create their own “Happy” music videos, which you can check on LOR.
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Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
Shake It Off by American pop icon Taylor Swift is the 10th number on our list with a global repeat count of 2.5 million views. The upbeat song has also performed outstandingly on YouTube with 2.8 million views. This catchy, dance-pop song by Swift marks the departure from her regular country-pop music style. The dance-pop song debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was also the 13th most viewed video on YouTube for the 2010s decade. Fans and critics alike well received the song’s music video, which is interpreted to be Swift’s embrace of her inner dorky dancer. On LOR’s radar, the song boasts 88% popularity with most viewers hailing from Finland.
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Dark Horse by Katy Perry
The 11th spot is reserved for American singer Katy Perry’s single called Dark Horse from her fourth studio album—Prism. Featuring rapper Juicy J, the song was released in 2013 and has global repeat count of 1.71 million views on LOR. On YouTube, the Southern rap-techno mashup song has been viewed for over 2.6 billion times. The song was a huge commercial success, debuting at the top spot in the US, Canada, and the Netherlands. The song’s video features a black magic-inspired theme that became an instant hit on social media platforms. On LOR, the song is mostly listened by the netizens of the US, and its addiction rate is 100%!
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Sugar by Maroon 5
Maroon 5’s iconic single featuring even more iconic music video—Sugar—is our entry for the 12th spot. The song has collected a total of 1.70 million views on LOR alone! Similarly, on YouTube it boasts of 3 billion views. The song, which has disco, soul, and funk-pop tones to it, peaked commercially at number 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The track’s music video was inspired by 2005 film, Wedding Crashers. It featured the band arriving uninvited a several wedding and performing. The gutsy music video was a huge success that helped to fuel the song’s popularity further.
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What Do You Mean? by Justin Bieber
Second single on our list by Canadian pop sensation, Justin Bieber, here we have “What Do You Mean?”, clocking in at 13th position with 1.5 million global repeats on LOR. Described as a tropical house and pop song, the single tasted a lot of commercial success during its release in 2015. On Mainstream Top 40 chart, the song rose to number one spot, becoming the singer’s first number one song on the list. Not just that—the song also debuted at number one at Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart. On LOR’s platform, the song is most popular with Malaysian listeners. It also has 93% addiction rate!
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Part Of Me by Katy Perry
The 14th spot on the list is reserved for yet another song by American pop diva, Katy Perry. From her hit album Teenage Dream, the dance-pop and power-pop song has a total of 1.4 million views on LOR. On YouTube, the track has accumulated 788 million views. The commercially successful song’s lyrics is about a female protagonist who portrays herself as unbreakable after a break-up. The song landed at top spot in Canada and the United Kingdom. It was also used for marketing campaigns by Adidas and The Sims: Showtime.
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Believer by Imagine Dragons
Last but not the least. We are concluding the list with a single from American rock band, Imagine Dragons. The band’s YouTube channel is goals—hands down. With so many songs with more than billion views, they sure know how to make a difference digitally. Their hit single—Believer—from the album Thunder has 1.3 million global repeat count on LOR. On YouTube, it boasts of 1.3 billion views! The song’s success can also be credited to the fact that it was played heavily on advertisements such as for Nintendos movie trailers.
Now that we have come to the end of the most repeated songs on ListenOnRepeat of the decade, head over to the main site and listen to YOUR favourite on the loop.
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