Top 50 Singles of 2015: 10-6
By hearkening back to the 80's, Wonder Girls released one of the most surprising (and best) singles of their career. Just try to resist that synth riff.
9. Infinite - Bad
Working with producer Rphabet again, the guys went for a darker, more hip-hop inspired sound, but didn't forget the drama in the process.
8. GOT7 - Just Right
One of the most unique singles in k-pop this year, a bouncy summertime bop that grew more addictive each time I heard it. It's laidback, feel-good pop done right.
7. News - Kaguya
Unabashedly cheesy, but unlike so many tracks that opted for a skeletal beat instead of a proper chorus, Kaguya erupted in a full-bodied, massive chorus.
6. EXO - Love Me Right
Their highest entry since their year of debut, it's also their most propulsive, poppy release in years. MJ would be proud.