Top 50 Singles of 2015: 25-21
Their ode to hard work and training, and this year's best example of how to do an instrumental breakdown the right way.
24. News - Four Musketeers
An odd pop song, that barrows more from classical orchestration than it does from current trends. Somehow, it all works brilliantly together.
23. Bigbang - Let's Not Fall In Love
Not the loudest or most in-your-face single the group released this year, but I feel like that earworm of a melody will give it the massive staying power that other songs lack.
22. Boys Republic - Hello
A hazy summer track that borrows the best from melodic, late-90's boyband pop. It just sounds like a peaceful drive by the beach.
21. Red Velvet - Dumb Dumb
A schizophrenic firework of a single, catapulting Red Velvet to the top tiers of k-pop. It's all about that beat.