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According to the “Top 100 songs of the Decade”, premiered by LiveXLive, Uptown Funk ranked at #1 based on listening trends – with 67 billion total plays, ‘hearts’, skips and bans, making it the “Song of the Decade”.


LiveXLive Media is a global digital media company headquartered in Los Angeles, California. It’s a music streaming platform, focused on live entertainment, and is the operator of ‘LiveXLive’, one of the industry’s leading live music streaming platform – delivering premium livestreams, digital audio and one demand music experiences.

The young company has livestreaming rights for more than 1500 music festivals and events through partnerships with prominent music content providers, and has livestreamed music festivals across the globe, including, Rock in Rio, EDC Las Vegas and the Montreux Jazz Festival. The content adds up to more than 291 hours of live stream, featuring 233 artists – since April 2019.

It also offers premium original content, artist exclusives and industry reviews.

On 14th November, the “Top 100 songs of the Decade” was premiered by the media platform. The five and a half hour special starts from song #100 – counting down to #1, and is hosted by Raymond T, Parker, Jess Wright, Red and Jennifer While.

Uptown funk was ranked #1 on the list with over 67 billion total plays, hearts, skips and bans. The famous song by Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, is hence labelled ‘song of the decade’. The top 10 songs on the list include:

  1. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars
  2. One Dance – Drake
  3. Psycho – Post Malone
  4. We are never getting back together – Taylor Swift
  5. Something just like this – Coldplay/The Chainsmokers
  6. Fancy – Iggy Azalea
  7. See you again – Wiz Khalifa
  8. Need you now – Lady Antebellum
  9. Shape of you – Ed Sheeran
  10. Work – Rihanna

Kevin Stapleford, VP/Programming said, “We are excited to present the Top 100 songs of the decade, a true list by the fans and for the fans. Our countdown takes into account exactly how our users have interacted with our music library from January 1, 2010 through today. Users pick their favorites and listen across all their devices, from their home to the car to work to play! Congratulations to Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars for getting the number one spot”.

The special is an episode of LiveXLive’s “Ranked” audio series and can be accessed from their website. ‘Ranked’ also includes “The top 100 Artists in Streaming History”, “Most Important Hip-Hop songs Ever”, “33 greatest rock albums ever” and ‘”44 most controversial songs ever”.

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