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Gaana.com announces ‘Top charts of the year 2014’

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MUMBAI: As 2015 is ringing in, Gaana.com, a music streaming service app, is all set to announce the ‘Top charts of the year 2014’, a list of last year’s most hit music records. The series comprises of the most checked songs and videos by the Gaana.com listeners and is a categorized list based on the Most Popular Song (Bollywood & International), summing up the songs striking chord with the music buffs.



Based on the choices of nine million Gaana users across web and the mobile app, ‘Top Charts of The Year’ will help music enthusiasts have the most popular songs on their playlists without missing out on any of the hit numbers.



Clicking the rhythm with Bollywood lovers, The Most Popular Bollywood Song of 2014 is ‘Manwa Laage’ from the movie, Happy New Year sung in the melodious voice of Shreya Ghoshal and Arijit Singh whereas Pharrell Williams’ ‘Happy’ from Despicable Me 2 became an instant hit with the music followers claiming the title of The Most Popular International Hit 2014 and The Most Popular International Pop Hit 2014.



Favourite in The Top Tamil Song 2014 is ‘Selfie Pulla’ from Kaththi sung by Ilayathalapathy Vijay and Sunidhi Chauhan and in The Top Telugu Song 2014 is ‘Kanulanu Thaake’ from Manam by Arijit Singh.



‘Manwa Lage’ again won hearts for The Most Romantic Bollywood Track 2014 and ‘Maps’ by Maroon 5 claimed the spot for The Most Romantic International Track 2014. Feet tapping, dance number, ‘Bang Bang’ from Bang Bang by Vishal, Shekhar, Benny Dayal, and Neeti Mohan topped the list of Bollywood Top 50 Dance Hit 2014 while Lovers on the Sun (feat. Sam Martin) from ‘Lovers on the Sun EP’ by David Guetta ruffled to the top of International Top 50 Dance Hit 2014.

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