Tyler Serrano and Delaney Powell
Normally we post just the Billboard Top 100 for the week, but this week we thought it would be interesting to see what Stacey Middle School students would choose as their top song. So, here it is. This is your choice!
The choices were:
- “Pillowtalk”- Zayn Malik
- “Work”- Rihanna Feat. Drake
- “Love Yourself”- Justin Bieber
- “Hello”- Adele
After asking Stacey students like you to choose the favorite song of the week. the winner was . . .
“Hello” by Adele.
Now, according to Billboard Top 100, these are the hot top ten for March 10, 2016!
In tenth place, we have: “Cake by the Ocean” by DNCE. This band has only just came together and they’re already a huge success, coming along with this new, catchy song!
Ninth place: “Seven Years” by Lukas Graham. This song is with a message which is important to the pop world of Hollywood and, just like DNCE, he will be attending The Kid’s Choice Awards.
Number eight: “Piece by Piece” by Kelly Clarkson. Kelly Clarkson has finally made her way onto the charts this week with this new hit!
In seventh place:“Me, Myself, and I” by G-Eazy Feat. Bebe Rexha. This song has been on the charts for 18 weeks now. You just can’t get this song out of your head!
Number six: “Pillow Talk” by Zayn. Making its way down to sixth place, this newer song didn’t last very long as first.
Number five: “Sorry” by Justin Bieber. Finally, this song isn’t ruling the top of the charts anymore. Hopefully, it won’t go back up.
For number four, we have:“My House” by Flo Rida. This song is so close to the top, making its way from seventh to fourth!
Number three: “Stressed Out” by Twenty-One Pilots. This song has been on the charts for a few weeks now and has gone down from first.
In second place is “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber. Justin’s songs have been on the charts for months now, but this one still remains in second. Wow.
Finally, in first place, we have: “Work” by Rihanna Feat. Drake. Work it Rihanna! This funky tune is hard to resist and has been at the top for a few weeks now.