Rhapsody turns 10 years old this month, and in celebration we've crunched the numbers and determined our 15 most popular songs for every year we've been alive. Here are our findings.
The only thing standing between The Black-Eyed Peas (will.i.am particularly) and world domination in 2010 could apparently barely stand at all: Ke$ha sure made for a charming trashy drunk, though. Lady Gaga got her shots in, while a young gentleman named Justin Bieber demurely made the scene. Owl City and Lady Antebellum scored comparatively rare victories for electro-pop and soft-rock-style country, respectively, while Katy Perry scored her biggest hit yet, the first of several off the unstoppable Teenage Dream. And Eminem, though not quite dominating these affairs anymore, deserves points for resilience.