2010 In Review: Top 10 Songs

2010 was a huge year in music and we are bringing you the top 10 songs (and their videos) of the year according to Billboard.com!

Compare your favorite songs of the year to the top 10 and see how many were the same and let me know what songs you loved this year that maybe weren’t big old, Ke$ha-sized hits!

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10. Taio Cruz ft. Ludacris – “Break Your Heart”
I’m so-so about this song. I feel like there were better songs.

9. Taio Cruz – “Dynamite”
Now, I’m more on board with Taoi’s second appearance on the top 10 list. But I thought this was an Enrique Iglesias song for the longest time. That tells ya something.

8. Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance”
It’s hard to believe that this song was released last fall but that it lingered on the charts so long to still be one of the top 10 songs of 2010. And who can deny the power of the Gaga? By far, this video is still amazing and probably the most interesting (and scary) of all the ones featured here.

7. Eminem ft. Rihanna – “Love The Way You Lie”
Eminem’s huge return this year was solidified with the second release from his album, the dark and broody “Love The Way You Lie” with the cryptic video featuring Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan.

6. B.o.B. ft. Hayley Williams – “Airplanes”
Love this song still…and it goes to show you that any song with a great hook sung by a pretty girl will work for you.

5. Usher ft. Will.i.am. – “OMG”
LOVED this song. Just a great club jam.

4. Katy Perry ft. Snoop Dogg – “California Gurls”
This was basically the song of the summer, so since it dominated 1/4 of the year, it deserves to be in the top 4 songs of the year. And who can not love this video?

3. Train - “Hey, Soul Sister”
I absolutely hate this song. Probably because it’s on every commercial for every product. Never liked Train and this surely didn’t change my opinion of them. Blech.

2. Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”
Another song that I love. One of those sweeping, epic sad songs about a love lost. So good. So sad. Perfect for drinking alone. And drunk texting.

And for the #1 song….

KE$HA – “Tik Tok”
Well, duh. This song was literally just everywhere all year long. Truly, this was the year of Ke$ha and she blew up. So let’s go back to the beginning…