What is the most famous song in the world
It’s hard to say, because the definition of what is or isn’t music is debatable. Cell phone ringtones that you hear in the background are technically music, but are used as an annoying noise.If we had to pick just one though, we’d have to go with Eurythmics’ ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’. It’s almost impossible to not feel entertained while listening to this song. It’s a classic!
What is the world #1 song?
The world’s #1 song is ‘Despacito’ by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee.Despacito (Spanish for ‘slowly’) is a 2017 song composed by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. It was written by Fonsi, George Astillos and Ernesto Palacio and produced by Astillos. The song was released on YouTube on April 29, 2017, later it was released as a single on June 26, 2017.The song became an instant hit around the world with more than 400 million views, becoming the most-viewed video of all time on YouTube. As of June 2018, its view count is 516 million and it’s the second-longest running video on YouTube behind only ‘One Direction OneDance’. In May 2018, Billboard ranked it as ‘the most-played song of 2017.’. On December 10, 2017, Billboard named Despacito as the best Latin song of all time.’ As of May 2018, it remains the most-downloaded song in the world with more than 860 million combined total streams on Spotify and iTunes alone.’
What is the number 1 greatest song of all time?
The number 1 greatest song of all time is not as obvious as you might think it is.The first song that comes to mind for the answer to this question is probably ‘California Dreamin” by The Mamas and The papas. Its a great song, and one that everybody knows, but does not mean to say, ‘California Dreamin.The second song could be something like ‘Layla’ by Derek and The Dominos. Its also a great song, but that everyone can relate to, when they feel down.The third could be ‘Fade Into You’ by Mazzy Star. This song is almost perfect in my opinion. When I hear it I can see everything in my life.The fourth song could be ‘Strawberry Swing’ or ‘Valerie’ by Husker Du. Neither of the songs are anything new, but they are both songs that everyone can relate to.I think that Los Angeles’ Echo And The Bunnymen is a very underrated band, but I thought of two songs that would fit the bill for this question perfectly, ‘Nowhere’, and ‘Bring On The Peace’. They both have such an emotional quality about them that if you just listen to it you can almost feel what the singer is feeling.