Pharrell Williams didn’t win the Academy Award for his hit single “Happy” but he did perform the song during the telecast! And with the release of his new album GIRL, it’s no surprise that he topped both our charts this week. Take a look and see who else made our charts below.
Top 25 Most Shared Songs On SoundTracking
1. Pharrell Williams - Happy
2. Coldplay - Magic
3. John Legend - All of Me
4. Passenger - Let Her Go
5. Lorde - Team
6. A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera - Say Something
7. Katy Perry - Dark Horse (feat. Juicy J)
8. OneRepublic - Counting Stars
9. U2 - Ordinary Love
10. Lorde - Royals
11. Idina Menzel - Let It Go
12. Imagine Dragons - Demons
13. Bastille - Pompeii
14. Avicii - Hey Brother
15. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
16. Ellie Goulding - Burn
17. Avicii - Wake Me Up
18. Pharrell Williams - Gust of Wind
19. Martin Garrix - Animals
20. American Authors - Best Day of My Life
21. Pharrell Williams - Lost Queen
22. Eminem - The Monster (feat. Rihanna)
23. David Guetta - Shot Me Down (feat. Skylar Grey)
24. Jhene Aiko - The Worst
25. John Newman - Love Me Again
Top 25 Most Shared Artists On SoundTracking
1. Pharrell Williams
2. The Rolling Stones
5. The Beatles
7. Katy Perry
8. Rick Ross
14. John Legend
15. Bruno Mars
16. Daft Punk
17. Arctic Monkeys
18. Michael Jackson
20. Led Zeppelin
21. Pink Floyd
22. Justin Timberlake
24. Pearl Jam
25. Red Hot Chili Peppers
Ah high school, those were the days! This Thursday at SoundTracking, we are celebrating old-school tracks that were big when you were in high school! Want to join the conversation? Simply, go to the discover tab and tap on our #tbt tile. After that choose a song that reminds you of #highschool days!
Check out our favorites of the day and discover a throwback gem!
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The very talented Adele Dazeem, I mean Idina Menzel (Sorry Travolta) joins Jimmy Fallon and the Roots to sing Frozen’s hit song, “Let it Go”. “Let it Go” recently won the best song category at the 86th Annual Academy Awards. Jimmy Fallon has been on a role as well. His skits have been star studded and very entertaining. Idina’s soaring vocals, accompanied by the Root’s classroom instruments will definitely put a smile on your face. Brighten up your day and give it a watch!
Our favorite soundtrackers, American Authors, have just released their new album Oh, What A Life. Now, if you were as just a big of a fan as we were of their infectiously catchy single, “Best Day of My Life”, this new album will be a real treat. There’s even an acoustic version of their hit at the end of the album! If you’re checking it out today don’t forget to tag them in your soundtracking post to and let them know how you’re liking it! And if you need a mental break from whatever you’re doing today, check out their awesome music video for “Best Day of My Life”!
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Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, electro/pop/R&B duo ASTR stopped by the SoundTracking office to play an intimate performance in front of the movers & shakers of SF’s music-tech scene. We expected them to be great and boy, did they deliver. The crowed was wowed by the energy they brought to the stage and little did we know, but they came straight from the airport after a long flight from NYC! ASTR absolutely killed it in our living room creating a full-on dance party by their last song and hot single- “Operate”. We can speak for everyone in that we wish their set was a little longer… But hey, at least we get to re-live the party through these SoundTracking posts!
Check out some of the action shots/SoundTracking post of the night.