"What Do You Mean?" de Justin Bieber es considerada la mejor canción del 2015 por SPIN

     3 dic. 2015    


La canción "What Do You Mean?" de Justin Bieber ha sido considerada por la revista SPIN como la mejor del 2015 en su recientemente publicada lista de éxitos la cual agrupa a las 101 mejores pistas del año en curso en base a las votaciones emitidas por el equipo de periodistas de la publicación y que arrojó como su absoluto ganador al famoso ídolo pop.

A continuación, la lista completa de SPIN:

1. Justin Bieber, “What Do You Mean?”
2. Courtney Barnett, “Pedestrian at Best”
3. Fetty Wap, “Trap Queen”
4. Jamie xx feat. Young Thug & Popcaan, “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)”
5. The Weeknd, “Can’t Feel My Face”
6. Kelela, “Rewind”
7. Tame Impala, “Let It Happen”
8. Ought, “Beautiful Blue Sky”
9. Death Team, “F**king Bitches in the Hood”
10. Kendrick Lamar, “The Blacker the Berry”
11. Nick Jonas, “Levels”
12. Drake, “Hotline Bling”
13. Bully, “Trying”
14. Jack Ü feat. Justin Bieber, “Where Are Ü Now”
15. SOPHIE, “Just Like We Never Said Goodbye”
16. Deerhunter, “Snakeskin”
17. Major Lazer and DJ Snake feat. Mø, “Lean On”
18. Shamir, “Call It Off”
19. Alex G, “Bug”
20. Future, “Thought It Was a Drought”
21. Lindstrøm feat. Grace Hall, “Home Tonight”
22. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Run Away With Me”
23. Nicole Dollanganger, “You’re So Cool”
24. Miguel, “Coffee”
25. Kacey Musgraves, “Dime Store Cowgirl”
26. Jason Derulo, “Want to Want Me”
27. Waxahatchee, “Poison”
28. Zara Larsson, “Lush Life”
29. Jamie xx, “Gosh”
30. Chromatics, “I Can Never Be Myself When You’re Around”
31. Bosse-de-Nage, “Washerwoman”
32. CHVRCHES, “Clearest Blue”
33. Kendrick Lamar, “King Kunta”
34. Galcher Lustwerk, “Parlay”
35. Grimes, “Flesh without Blood”
36. The Knocks feat. Alex Newell, “Collect My Love”
37. Prurient, “Dragonflies to Sew You Up”
38. Childbirth, “Nasty Grrls”
39. Calvin Harris & Disciples, “How Deep Is Your Love”
40. Florence + the Machine, “Ship to Wreck”
41. RP Boo, “Bang’n on King Dr.”
42. Adam Lambert, “Ghost Town”
43. Tink, “Ratchet Commandments”
44. Colleen Green, “Deeper Than Love”
45. Lakker, “Pylon”
46. Christine and the Queens, “Tilted”
47. Courtney Barnett, “Depreston”
48. Young Guv, “Ripe 4 Luv”
49. Skepta, “Shutdown”
50. OMI, “Cheerleader” (Felix Jaehn Remix)
51. Lim Kim, “Awoo”
52. Diet Cig, “Harvard”
53. Omarion feat. Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko, “Post to Be”
54. Future, “F**K Up Some Commas”
55. Beach House, “Space Song”
56. Pender Street Steppers, “The Glass City”
57. D.R.A.M., “Cha Cha”
58. Ciara, “I Bet”
59. The Weeknd, “The Hills”
60. Kurt Vile, “Wheelhouse”
61. Heems, “Flag Shopping”
62. Ryn Weaver, “The Fool”
63. DIIV, “Dopamine”
64. Jill Scott, “Closure”
65. Baroness, “Shock Me”
66. Holychild, “Plastered Smile”
67. Jam City, “Dream ’15”
68. Fifth Harmony, “Worth It”
69. Tame Impala, “Yes I’m Changing”
70. Rabit, “Pandemic”
71. Cousin Stizz, “Dirty Bands”
72. Leon Bridges, “Coming Home”
73. Sheer Mag, “Button Up”
74. Liturgy, “Vitriol”
75. Meek Mill feat. Tory Lanez, “Lord Knows”
76. Speedy Ortiz, “Raising the Skate”
77. Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment, “Sunday Candy”
78. Vic Mensa feat. Kanye West, “U Mad”
79. Disclosure feat. Lorde, “Magnets”
80. Sufjan Stevens, “Should Have Known Better”
81. Thomas Rhett, “Crash and Burn”
82. Father John Misty, “The Ideal Husband”
83. Juan Wauters, “I’m All Wrong”
84. Beach Slang, “Throwaways”
85. Hailee Steinfeld, “Love Myself”
86. Girl Band, “Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage?”
87. Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk!”
88. The Radio Dept., “Occupied”
89. Dan Deacon, “When I Was Done Dying”
90. Deafheaven, “Luna”
91. A$AP Rocky feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel & Mark Ronson, “Everyday”
92. Selena Gomez, “Hands to Myself”
94. Floating Points, “Silhouettes (I, II, III)”
95. Unknown Mortal Orchestra, “Can’t Keep Checking My Phone”
96. Gavin Turek, “Don’t Fight It”
97. Jess Glynne, “Ain’t Got Far to Go”
98. Big Sean feat. Drake & Kanye West, “Blessings”
99. CL feat. Diplo, RiFF RaFF & OG Maco, “Doctor Pepper”
100. Pinegrove, “New Friends”
101. Demi Lovato, “Cool for the Summer”
     3 dic. 2015