We’re halfway through 2022 and as of now we’re jamming to a few new releases like “As It Was” by Harry Styles, “In the Stars” by Benson Boone, and “Wait for You” by Future featuring Drake Huh. and Thames. These and some other hits are stuck in our mind and it is probably because of the countless reels and short videos that we are seeing online.
While many may have unknowingly listened to the hits of this year as well as the previous years, not everyone remembers the exact names of the songs they listened to, nor does they know what topped the charts. . Apple has now released its list of ‘Top Tracks and Trends’ for the year in its editorial feature on Apple Music. and also features a companion playlist All the popular tracks of 2022 (so far) for you to enjoy. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest hits and trends of this year so far.
Top five tracks from Apple’s collaborative playlist for the year
Tracks that started in the top five on this year’s playlist on Apple Music include “Break My Soul” by Beyoncé, “As It Was” by Harry Styles, “Wait for You” by Future, “First Class” by Jack Harlow. Are included. , and the “Big Energy” remixed version by Lato and Mariah Carey.
Top six biggest tracks of 2022 on Apple Music
Some of these and some other additions from previous years are considered to be the biggest tracks of 2022 so far. This list of the six biggest tracks of the year includes “Heat Waves” by Glass Animals, “Titi Me Pregunto” by Bad Bunny and “Abkdeffu” by Gayle. There’s also Wait for You, As It Was and First Class. The song “Abkdeffu” has helped Gayle see a 500 percent increase in streams year-on-year,
What else is trending on Apple Music?
Apart from this, Gen-Z pop music has emerged to give a classical feel. Some of the songs leading the trend are “Feel Like Shit” by Tae McRae, “In the Stars” by Benson Boone, and “Flowers” by Lauren Spencer-Smith.
Some songs from the 90s have recently become popular on Apple Music. This includes “Every Breath You Take” by The Police, “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy and Faith Evans, “I’m Coming Out” by Diana Ross, and others.
K-pop albums are taking over the world as their music was widely heard globally. Speaking of K-Pop, it includes not only BTS, but also girl bands like other Korean bands like NCT Dream and LE SSERAFIM. Some of the most popular tracks in K-pop in 2022 so far include Blackpink, Fearless and Illusion.
New tracks like “Break It Off” and “Mr Valentine” brought back ’90s nostalgia with drum ‘n’ bass. In addition, African pop music also gained traction. Drake’s popular track “One Dance” has made African artists more visible. Tracks such as “Peru” by Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran were also Afrobeats.
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