Top 10 Best Songs of March 2017

Spanning over many decades and generations, songs has always acted as the core refuge to entertainment. The ability of a song to leave indelible mark on the mind of music lovers has made production of far better qualities songs. With the current rate of release one thing that is certain is that song longevity in the market is not always guarantee.

Top 10 Best English Songs March 2017

For this reason many talented musicians have always been compelled to go beyond their comfort zone to secure a place in the industry let alone making it. And given that song credibility will always be gauged by a number of factors utmost being response by fans recent trends confirms that more quality songs are bound to be released in the future. Below, however, is the perfect guide to English song standings as per March 2017.

Here we present the list of top 10 best English Songs of March 2017.

10. Bad Things by Machine Gun Kelly ft Camila Cabello

Released on 14th October, 2016 Bad Things major secret of success mainly lays on close reference the 1999 odd fastball’s style. The uniqueness of the lyrics and its flow in bid to convey the pain of pleasure also serves as a major boost. As a matter of fact Billboard analyst famed the song as a 4 minute mental spark. According to many, the song would have been nothing were it not the sweet arrangement which entails Cabello’s soft hook which is then followed by MGK hard rap. These sweet combinations have seen the song securing a 4th place on Billboard top 100 charts.

9. Bounce Back by Big Sean

Produced by Hitmaka and Smash David, the single so far remains the best placed song from the rapper’s single. The additional services of fellow rappers like Jeremih and Kanye West in the vocals also comes in as a big boost. In terms of success the song has clinched the 6th place on Billboard 100 with estimated sale of 163000 copies as per January 14, 2017 in the United States.

8. Chained To The Rhythm by Katy Perry ft Skip Marley

This is both a disco and dancehall song whose main success stems out from the mid tempo beats and lyrics that calls for sensitivity on our surroundings. Upon release on February 10, 2017, the song has towered to feats that will mostly be unrealistic to most songs. For instance, it was the second female song known to have stayed much longer in the Billboard after Adele’s, “Hello”. The song also attracted 14.7 million streaming with an estimate of 50 million fans. Elsewhere, the song was placed on a 7th place in UK Singles, 3rd on Canadian Hot 100 and 2nd in Mexico.

7. Love on the Brain by Rihanna

The major success to this song is largely attributed to Rihanna use of doo-woop and soul ballad inimical to the 1950 and 1960’s songs. Appropriate instrumentation which entails guitar arpeggio, syncopated strings, easy chord progression and orchestra also adds to the trick. This compounded by Rihanna’s extreme vocal has always kept the artist at the limelight. Due to its appealing nature, the song gained tremendous ratings in countries like: Canada, France, New Zealand, Austria, and Germany just but to mention a few. Back at home, the song was placed 7th place on the Billboard Hot 100.

6. Closer by Chain Smokers ft Halsey

As one of the four songs by the same group that made it to Billboard Top 100, closer mainstay is largely attributed to the “retro” style synthesizer and standard 95 beats per minute progression. Upon release, the song maintained 12 – week stay in Billboard top 100, secured a top spot Dance/Electronic Songs while at the same time spending 26 weeks among the top 5. So far, only 84000 downloads have been reported.

5. Paris by Chain Smokers

Though the song pays its tribute to the Chain Smokers it is also worth noting that Warren Buffet plays a great role in the vocals. Released by Columbia records on 17th January 2017, the song lyrics are simply about longing for freedom, and nostalgic moments. Though to many the song is a real deal, different quotas like USA Today’s have termed it a reckless low key banger. All in all, the song transcends many songs by securing a top place in both the Dance/Mix Show Airplay Billboard and Dance/Electronics Songs chart.

4. That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars

Synonymous with multiple repetition of the phrase “That Is What I Like”, this song has always topped the list of many music lovers in terms of attraction. The success story of this song started immediately after production on January 30, 2017. Upon release, Atlantic records sent the song top 40 radio stations impacting the likes of rhythmic contemporary and the contemporary stations: Powered by positive reviews, the song turn into an instant hit which saw it on the 79th place on the US Billboard Top 100 before it climbed radically to secure the 4th place on the same chart

3. I Don’t Wanna Live Forever by Zayn ft Taylor Swift

In this song both Zayn and Taylor take turns in exploring the marvels of a relationship. The combination of the standard 118 beat per minute tempo together with Taylor’s gorgeous voice saves the explanation why it is loved by most. Upon its release on the market, the song attracted over 25 million views, 3 million streams while at the same time recording a sale of 188000 copies during the first week. Billboard Top 100 also placed the song on the 6th spot.

2. Bad And Boujee by Migos ft Lil Uzi Vert

Produced on 28th October, 2016 by Atlantic records in conjunction with 300 Entertainment, Bad and Boujee attained a global status mainly through on internet advertisement. By January 2017 the song had already climbed from 10th place to clinch the top spot on Billboard top 100. Complex ranked it at number 24 on their 50 Best songs of 2016 whereas Pigeons $ Planes placed it on the 43rd spot of their Best songs of 2016. The song has so far posted a stunning record of 230000 million you tube views with sales estimate of 544000 copies in the United States.

1. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran

Despite the fact that the song is barely 2 months, Shape of You is taking many music lovers by the storm. The song uniqueness is clearly detailed by the brimming romance in the lyrics where Sheeran expresses his disappointment that the bar is not the right place to fish for a lover. Compounding the appeal of the song are also the tropical house effects and stummy acoustics.

Always, different songs will always have different appeal to different classes. Mostly songs which other than entertain tend to soothe or calm worn out worn mind will always tend to be the most appropriate to many people. Due to current ratings above form our best pick of the top 10 best songs as per March, 2017.

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