The genre of pop never fails to keep us moving as we try to enjoy the experience by dancing and chanting along when the chorus arrives. Due to this and a couple more reasons, pop music will be remembered for a long time. But amidst all this, it is also essential to acknowledge the artist and the songs that bright this trend forward. Without their creation, pop music would have never received a platform of appreciation. So to shed light on the deserving ones, here are top classic pop songs of all time.
1. Thriller by Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson’s 1982 hit song, “Thriller” was an instant classic that captured the entire music scene in a matter of time. With catchy beats and crazy dance movies, people were all over the place for the video, as they were trying real hard to moonwalk. Till this day, the song is remembered and played around major radio stations with ardent fans thinking about the King of Pop.
2. I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston’s sophomore album, Whitney had all the right ingredients to let it venture to great heights and significantly landed at the top of the Billboard charts. Among the many songs on the album, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” was a club-shaker that brought about another hit for Whitney Houston. Despite critics calling it similar to her previous works, the song went on to win a Grammy and an American Music Award.
3. Like a Prayer by Madonna
The 1984 album and hit song of the same name,” Like a Prayer” was critical in giving the Queen of Pop all the right applause and praises. Within a matter of time, the song managed to reach the No.1 spot on the Billboard charts and Madonna’s voice was all that you could hear on the radio.
4. Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) by the Backstreet Boys
There is nothing more that can be said about the Backstreet Boys that hasn’t already been told. The many songs and fan-favourite music videos that they launched gave them a strong position in hip hop. One of their hits was “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back”, and just like the other songs on this list, it was an instant classic. This lead-off single from their 1997 album was all that teenagers required at the moment.
5. Rolling in the Deep by Adele
“Rolling in the Deep” was released when Adele was just 21 years old, and her high-reaching vocals managed to be the talk of the town. Apart from scoring the top piston on numerous charts, Adele went on to win two Grammy awards with people classifying the song to be their anthem.
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