top 100 songs of the year

Reminder Taylor has won:
  • 8 ACM Awards // New Female Vocalist, Crystal Milestone Award, Video of the Year x2, Jim Reeves International Award, Entertainer of the Year, 50th Milestone Award.
  • 4 ACA Awards // Worldwide Artist, Collaborative Single of the Year, Collaborative Video of the Year, Song of the Year.
  • 19 AMA Awards // Artist of the Year x3, Favourite Country Female Artist x5, Dick Clark Award for Excellence, Favourite Country Album x3, Favourite Pop/Rock Female Artist x2, Favourite Adult Contemporary Artist x2, Favourite Pop/Rock Album, Song of the Year
  • 1 BBC Award // International Artist of the Year
  • 23 BBMA Awards // Top Touring Artist, Top Streaming Song (Video), Top Billboard 200 Album x2, Woman of the Year x2, Top Country Artist x2, Top Country Album x2, Top Female Artist x2, Artist of the Year, Top Digital Songs Artist x2, Top Billboard 200 Artist x3, Top Billboard 100 Artist x2, Billboard Chart Achievement Award, Top Country Song
  • 3 Billboard Touring Awards // Top Package x2, Concert and Marketing Promotion Award
  • 66 BMI Awards (Overall) // Award Winning Songs x11,  Publisher of the Year x12, Song of the Year x3, Country Awards Top 50 songs x4, Top 50 Songs x2. BMI London Awards: Award Winning Song. BMI Pop Awards: President’s Award, Award Winning Songs x15, Publisher of the Year x10, Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year.
  • Bravo Otto
  • Brit Awards // International Female Solo Artist
  • 5 CCMAs // Top Selling Album x4, Generation Award
  • Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards // Popular New Artist
  • 2 Clio Awards // Bronze Award for Best Commercials, Silver for Best Commercials (between 30 seconds to a minute) 
  • 11 CMAAs // Horizon Award, Entertainer of the Year x2, Female Vocalist of the Year, International Artist Achievement Award x2, Album of the Year, Music Video of the Year x2, Pinnacle Award, Musical Event of the Year.
  • 1 CMA (Australia) Awards // Top Selling International Album of the Year
  • 6 CMT Awards // Breakthrough Video of the Year, Female Video of the Year x2, Video of the Year x3
  • Elle Style Awards // Woman of the Year
  • Emmy Awards // Original Interactive Program
  • 2 FiFi Awards // Fragrance Celebrity of the Year, Fragrance of the Year: Woman’s Popular
  • Glamour Awards // International Solo Artist
  • 10 GRAMMYS // Album of the Year x2, Best Country Song x2, Best Song Written for Visual Media, Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance, Best Music Video, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Female Country Vocal Performance
  • 5 Guinness World Records // Fastest Selling Digital Album by a Female Artist, Most Simultaneous U.S Hot 100 Hits by a Female Artist, First Solo Female with Two Million Selling Weeks on the U.S Albums Chart, Fastest Selling Single in Digital History, Most Million-Selling Weeks on the U.S Albums Chart with Three Consecutive Albums.
  •  IFPI Global Recording Artist Award // Global Recording Artist of 2014
  • 7 iHeart Radio Music Awards // Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, Most Meme-able Moment, Best Tour, Best Lyrics, Female Artist of the Year, Song of the Year.
  • 2 Japan Gold Disc Awards // Album of the Year, Best 3 Albums
  • 5 EMAs // Best Song, Best Female, Best Live Act, Best Look, Best US Act
  • 6 VMAs // Best Female Video x3, Best Pop Video, Video of the Year, Best Collaboration
  • MTV Millennial Awards // Hit Chicle del Año
  • mtvU Woodie Awards // Best Cover Woodie
  • MMVAs // Your Fave International Artist/Group
  • Music Business Association // Artist of the Year
  •  3 Myx Music Awards // Favourite International Video x3
  • 8 Nashville Songwriters Association International Award // Songwriter/Artist of the Year x7, Ten Songs I Wish I’d Written.
  • Nashville Symphony Ball // Harmony Award
  • 3 KCAs // The Big Help Award, Favourite Song, Favourite Female Singer
  • NME Awards // Best International Solo Artist
  • 2 NRJ Music Awards // International Female Artist of the Year, Video of the Year
  • 10 PCAs // Favourite Female Artist x3, Favourite Country Artist x4, Best Pop Artist x2, Favourite Song
  • Los Premios 40 Principales // Best International Artist
  • 8 Radio Disney Music Awards // Song of the Year x2, Best Break-Up Song x2, Fiercest Fans, Best Musical Collaboration, Best Song to Dance To, Most Talked About Artist
  •  Ripple of Hope Gala // Ripple of Hope Award
  •  4 SESAC Nashville Music Awards // Country Performance Activity Awards x3, Recurrent Country Performance Activity Awards 
  • Shorty Awards // Best Singer
  • SirusXM Indies Awards // International Artist of the Year
  • Songwriters Hall Of Fame // Hal David Starlight Award
  • 25 TCAs // Choice Music Collaboration, Choice Break-up Song x2, Choice Breakout Artist, Choice Twit, Choice Summer Music Star: Female, Choice Breakout Female, Choice Female Country Artist x5, Red Carpet Hot Icon - Female, Choice Female Artist x3, Choice Country Song x4, Choice Female Album x2, Ultimate Choice, Choice Single by a Female Artist
  • 3 Telehit Awards // Álbum Pop Femenino, Best Female Artist, Video of the Year.
  • Young Hollywood Awards // Superstar of Tomorrow
  • 2 YouTube Music Awards // 50 Artists to Watch, YouTube phenomenon     

At the age of 27. This generation should be blessed by the impact of @taylorswift and how she is shaping up the future for music.  💖 💖 💖

Originally posted by lov-eswift

100 Personal Questions

Feel free to message me as many questions as you want!

  • 1. List 5 things you want to do before the year ends.
  • 2. What color are your pants?
  • 3. Favorite motivational quote.
  • 4. When was the last time you drank coffee?
  • 5. What was the last thing you ate?
  • 6. Favorite animal.
  • 7. Favorite song.
  • 8. Last movie you watched?
  • 9. Any turn ons?
  • 10. Any turn offs?
  • 11. List 4 big words off of the top of your head.
  • 12. What are some meaningful movies?
  • 13. 2 most important people in your life right now?
  • 14. What are 3 things you want to do before the month ends?
  • 15. When was the last time you read a good book?
  • 16. How long do you study for usually, if you study?
  • 17. Do you have any nicknames?
  • 18. Favorite kind of perfume? (fruity, alluring, etc.)
  • 19. Do you have any international friends / friends who live out of state?
  • 20. What is something unique that you do every single day?
  • 21. If there was a movie based on your life, what would it be called?
  • 22. When was the last time you bought a gift for someone?
  • 23. Are you a shopaholic?
  • 24. What are some songs that always make you feel better?
  • 25. List 3 activities that you can only enjoy by yourself.
  • 26. If you could live in any biome (and survive) which biome would you live in?
  • 27. How do you like being roused in the morning?
  • 28. How was your day? What did you do?
  • 29. What did your last text message say?
  • 30. Do you respond to texts quickly?
  • 31. Who was the last person you called?
  • 32. List 5 things that are on your wish list.
  • 33. If you were famous, what do you think you would be famous for?
  • 34. Winter or summer?
  • 35. What is a quality that all people should have?
  • 36. If you could have a large collection of one item, what would that item be?
  • 37. What have you been thinking about lately?
  • 38. What is the secret to a happy life?
  • 39. What are some phrases you say often?
  • 40. Favorite food?
  • 41. List 3 wishes.
  • 42. What are some of your greatest fears?
  • 43. What is the last thing you downloaded onto your computer?
  • 44. Most beautiful thing you’ve ever seen (in real life)?
  • 45. Spicy food:Like or dislike?
  • 46. Scary movies:Like or dislike?
  • 47. Do you like to travel?
  • 48. Any regrets?
  • 49. Do you like rain?
  • 50. What do you spend most of your money on?
  • 51. Would you rather visit the past or the future?
  • 52. Favorite clothing store?
  • 53. What is the best advice you can give to those who are feeling down?
  • 54. How often do you think about your future? Does it scare you?
  • 55. What angers you the most?
  • 56. When was the last time you got majorly angry?
  • 57. When was the last time you got really sad?
  • 58. Are you good at lying?
  • 59. What foreign language would you like to learn?
  • 60. How many languages can you speak and what are they?
  • 61. How often do you go to parties? If you don’t, what do you do instead?
  • 62. What books do you plan to read this year?
  • 63. Do you have breakfast every morning?
  • 64. Tell us a secret.
  • 65. How many concerts have you been to?
  • 66. Last hug?
  • 67. Who knows you better than anyone else?
  • 68. Baths or showers?
  • 69. Do you think you’re ambitious?
  • 70. What song is stuck in your head?
  • 71. Countries you’ve visited?
  • 72. What do you most value in your friends?
  • 73. What helps you to sleep better?
  • 74. What is the most money you have ever held in your hand?
  • 75. What makes you nervous?
  • 76. What is the best advice you’ve ever been given?
  • 77. Is it easier to forgive or forget?
  • 78. First mobile phone?
  • 79. Strangest dream?
  • 80. Best dream?
  • 81. Who is the smartest person you know?
  • 82. Who is the prettiest person on tumblr?
  • 83. Do you miss anyone right now?
  • 84. Who do you love? Why?
  • 85. Do you like sharing?
  • 86. What was the last picture you took with your phone?
  • 87. Is there a reason behind everything that happens?
  • 88. Favorite genre of music?
  • 89. If you had one word to describe yourself, what would it be?
  • 90. Describe your life in 5 words.
  • 91. Describe the world in 4 words.
  • 92. Craziest thing you’ve ever done?
  • 93. First three songs in your favorite playlist?
  • 94. Are you more creative or logical?
  • 95. Would you rather lie or hurt someone with the truth?
  • 96. What are you most proud of?
  • 97. What personality trait do you admire in other people?
  • 98. When you imagine yourself as really, really relaxed and happy, what are you doing?
  • 99. How do you usually start a conversation?
  • 100. What is the best news you could hear right now?
More Info on the cowriters of Liam’s newest song “Myself”

Nick Monson is a songwriter and producer based in Los Angeles, CA. He rose to prominence for writing and producing tracks on Lady Gaga’s album Artpop and Revival by Selena Gomez. Applause and Good For You, both of which he was involved in writing and producing, reached the Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100. Monson has also written and produced for Nick Jonas, Little Mix, R. Kelly, Britney Spears and the Veronicas.

Emily Warren is a singer, grammy nominated and multi-platinum songwriter. She is most notable for the songs she has written for several high-profile pop artists, including The Chainsmokers, Jessie J, Shawn Mendes, 5 Seconds of Summer, Tiësto, Melanie Martinez, Frenship and several more.

Scott Harris is a rising pop songwriter, who has quickly emerged as a top tier writer in just the past five years. He currently has two hits on the charts: “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers (featuring Daya), which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and “Treat You Better” by Shawn Mendes. He has also co-written cuts for Jessie J, Melanie Martinez, Krewella, Tiesto, Omi, American Authors, Skizzy Mars, Nykee Heaton and Sabrina Carpenter.


NCT 127 - Limitless (EP) Chart Rankings @ 1:00 - 1:30 AM KST

“Limitless” charted higher than all the other units’ title songs on Melon, their whole album debuting in the top 100 in the Melon Real-Time Chart in the first hour.  Not only that, but the whole album also charted at #1 on Tower Records’ Daily Chart in Japan.   I’m beyond proud of them.  So very proud.  This is such a beautiful gift to start the new year off right. Thank you boys for working hard, for practicing day and night, for singing your hearts out, for always making us feel special.


Thriller was released on 30 November 1982, and quickly became the best-selling album of all time.

It was the 6th solo studio album by the 24-year-old Michael Jackson, and record executives were worried that the album’s sales would be a disappointment compared to Jackson’s previous release, Off the Wall, especially given the lead single, “The Girl Is Mine,” which had been released on 18 October, and while it sold well, did not give any indication of the massive success the album would have.

Thriller had 7 of its 9 songs released as singles (all reached the Top Ten), and the album has sold more than 46 million copies worldwide (the next best-selling album is AC/DC’s Back in Black with 26 million copies sold). It was the best-selling album in the US in both 1983 and 1984, and continues to sell more than 100,000 copies each year.

English singer and actress Dame Vera Lynn celebrates her 100th birthday on March 20, 2017. To mark the occasion, she has released a new album on March 17, 2017, making her the oldest person to release a new album.

Dame Vera is best known for her 1939 hit song We’ll Meet Again. In 2009, at age 92, she became the oldest living artist to top the UK Albums Chart.


On this day in music history: March 26, 1977 - “Rich Girl” by Daryl Hall & John Oates hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, also peaking at #64 on the R&B singles chart on April 9, 1977. Written by Daryl Hall, it is the first chart topping single for the pop/rock duo from Philadelphia, PA. Hall is inspired to write the song after his girlfriend Sara Allen tells him about an ex-boyfriend she dated in college who was the heir to a fast food chain fortune. However he changes the subjects gender when he finishes writing it. Years later, “Son Of Sam” serial killer David Berkowitz reveals in an interview that “Rich Girl” had motivated him to commit some of the murders. Rumors also circulate that the song is about kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst, but is proven to not be so. The revelation that Berkowitz had somehow been influenced by “Rich Girl”, later moves Hall to write the song “Diddy Doo Wop (I Hear Voices)” included on Hall & Oates album “Voices” in 1980. Released as the second single from Hall & Oates’ fifth album “Bigger Than Both Of Us” in January of 1977, “Girl” is an instant smash. Entering the Hot 100 at #81 on January 22, 1977, it climbs to the top of the chart nine weeks later. “Rich Girl” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.

The lead single for Simon & Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water (which would not be released until almost a year later in January 1970), “The Boxer,” was released on 21 March 1969.

It took almost 100 hours to record the song, due to Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel and producer Roy Haylee experimenting with different techniques in 3 different studios, including recording the drum kit in front of an open elevator shaft, and placing 7 microphones around Fred Carter Jr.’s guitar.

Carter played 5 different guitars on the song, and his audible breathing.

“The Boxer” was Simon & Garfunkel’s first single since “Mrs. Robinson” and it charted in the Top Ten in 9 different countries, peaking at #7 in the US.

The song is frequently interpreted as being about Bob Dylan, although Simon has always claimed it was mostly autobiographical. Dylan recorded the song almost a year later (3 March 1970) for his Self Portrait album, which also included Fred Carter Jr. on guitar.


On this day in music history: December 5, 1970 - “The Tears Of A Clown” by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles hits #1 on the Billboard R&B singles chart for 3 weeks, also topping the Hot 100 for 2 weeks on December 12, 1970. Written by Stevie Wonder, Henry Cosby and Smokey Robinson, it is the second R&B and lone pop chart topper for the Detroit based R&B vocal group led by singer, songwriter and producer Smokey Robinson. Stevie Wonder and his then producer Hank Cosby write the music for the song in the Fall of 1966, but are not able to come up with suitable lyrics for it. They play it for Smokey at the annual Motown Christmas party that year and ask if he can write some lyrics for it. Upon hearing the instrumental track, the intros’ calliope like sound reminds Robinson of the circus. He’ll begin to write lyrics about Pagliacci The Clown, the central character in the Ruggero Leoncavallo opera, “Pagliacci”. The man in the song compares himself to the famed clown who brought joy to many, but himself is sad and lonely because he doesn’t have a woman who loves him. The Miracles record their vocals in early 1967 and the song is first released as a track on the album “Make It Happen”, which goes largely unnoticed by the public. It is first released in the UK as a single in September 1970 after a successful re-release of “The Tracks Of My Tears”. “Clown” hits number one in the UK selling over 900,000 copies, leading to its US release. “The Tears Of A Clown” sells over a million copies in the US, and its popularity extends Robinsons’ stay in The Miracles, who prior to the songs’ release had planned to leave the group in order to spend more time at home with his wife and family before launching his own solo career. The song is covered numerous times over the years with versions by Petula Clark, The (English) Beat, Nnenna Freelon, Phil Collins, Eumir Deodato, Marc Cohn, and Boyzone. “The Tears Of A Clown” is inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame in 2002.

Thanks for the tag, @cassianand00r ! ♥

tag nine people you want to get to know better: @dqrthvader @fitzsimmonsy @bobmorleyisking @boddirook @sassamyblake @problematicbellarke @killiansbellamy @cupcakeblake @expelumos

relationship status: it’ll be 5 years with my boyfriend next month!
favourite colour: black
lipstick or chapstick: lipstick x1000
last song I listened to: the black sails theme song (on repeat like 5 times)
last movie I watched: rogue one </3

top three tv shows:
1) Game of Thrones
2) The 100
3) Outlander

top three characters:
1) Jon Snow
2) Bellamy Blake
3) Jyn Erso

top three ships:
1) Bellamy x Clarke
2) Cassian x Jyn
3) Jamie x Claire


On this day in music history: March 22, 1980 - “Another Brick In The Wall Pt.II” by Pink Floyd hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 4 weeks. Written by Roger Waters, it is the biggest hit single and lone chart topper for the British progressive rock band from Cambridge, UK. Waters writes the song as a rebuke against the rigid and often oppressive environment he encountered in school as a child. For the songs chorus, the band has engineer James Guthrie record a group of kids, mostly boys ranging in age from ten to fifteen years old from North London to sing on the track. Guthrie fills an entire 24 track tape with stereo pairs of tracks of the kids singing it in various ways. Issued as the first single from bands landmark concept album “The Wall”, it quickly becomes a breakout smash on top 40 radio, a rare occurrence for Pink Floyd, who had never relied on singles to sell large quantities of albums. Entering the Hot 100 at #77 on January 19, 1980, it climbs to the top of the chart nine weeks later. First edition pressings of the 45 come packaged in a picture sleeve with custom label artwork designed by Gerald Scarfe, though reverts to a standard Columbia label (in the US) or Harvest label (in the UK and other foreign territories) with generic company sleeves when the initial pressing sells out. The chart topping success of the single helps propel “The Wall” to sales of 23x Platinum (11.5 million double album sets), making it one of the best selling albums of all time. “Another Brick In The Wall Pt. II” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.

Beyoncé Knowles: 20 times Grammy Award winner, the second most honored female artist by the Grammys and the most nominated woman in Grammy Award history with 52 nominations. She has sold over 100 million records as a solo artist, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time. RIAA recognized her as the Top Certified Artist of the 2000s decade. As of December 2015, Beyoncé has sold 16 million albums and over 47 million digital songs in the United States as a solo artist. Critics hail her as one of the best entertainers in contemporary popular music. Forbes magazine listed her as the most powerful female musician of 2015.

Taylor Swift: 10 time Grammy Award winner, at 20 she became the youngest person ever to win Album of the Year at the Grammys with Fearless, a country album and at 26 she became the only female solo act in history to receive that award twice with 1989, a pop album. She has sold 27.67 million albums (March 2015) in the United States, making her the seventh-largest-selling female artist. She has written every single song of every album she has ever released. She’s the only artist in history to have three consecutive albums sold more than 1 million copies in its first week. Swift owns the most awarded country album in music history (Fearless) and the most awarded pop album in music history (1989). This year, BMI will present Taylor Swift with an award bearing her name in recognition of her incomparable creative and artistic talent and influence on music lovers throughout the world. (This is only the second time in BMI’s 76-year history that the company has presented an award in someone’s name. The first was to Michael Jackson in 1990).

Adele: Academy Award Winner for best original song in a motion picture with Skyfall (2013) and 10 time Grammy Award Winner. She and Beyoncé hold the record of most Grammys won by a female artist in one night with six each. With 21 non-consecutive weeks at number 1 in the US, Adele broke the record for the longest number-1 album by a woman in Billboard history, beating the record formerly held by Whitney Houston’s soundtrack The Bodyguard.21 spent its 23rd week at number one in March 2012, making it the longest-running album at number one since 1985 and it became the fourth best-selling album of the past 10 years in the United States. 25 is the first album to sell more than 3 million copies in a week in Nielsen history, and only the second to surpass 2 million sold in a single frame. Adele is easily the best voice in music industry nowadays.

Beyoncé, Taylor, Adele, Gaga, Rihanna… You know one thing they all have in common? They make art maintaining true to themselves, they are unique in what they do, and that’s the key to their success. All these women can be successful at the same time in the same universe, crazy huh? Stop pitting women against each other.