At present, you cannot only listen to the music on the professional devices but also listen to the music freely on the internet from music streaming and media services. Music streaming service gives you access to millions of songs, among which the most impressive ones will be selected to the American Billboard. Actually, a lot of fantastic singing artists emerged in the past decade and plenty of popular songs were released and chosen to be on single charts of Billboard. In this post, 20 best songs of the decade-end charts of the 2010s will be introduced to help you review these impressive songs, and there are a useful solution offered to help you download them for offline enjoyment.

Part 1: What is Billboard?

Billboard, a division of MRC Media & Info, is an American entertainment media brand owned by the Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group. It publishes pieces involving breaking news, breakthroughs, experts’ reviews, video, music charts and others. The Billboard charts are generated by sales, radio, streaming and other data and considered to be the most authoritative single chart in the United States and even the European and American countries. Basically, sales are counted from Monday to Sunday, while radio broadcasts are counted from Wednesday to Tuesday. Each new chart is published on Thursday. The 20 best songs of the 2010s below are extracted from decade-end charts. And you can learn much more information about these songs and find your favorite.


Part 2: 20 Best Songs of the 2010s

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1. Mark Ronson, “Uptown Funk”


“Uptown Funk”, featuring Bruno Mars, is the fourth track on and first single off of Mark Ronson’s fourth studio album, Uptown Special. It was so successful that it won the 58th Annual Grammy Award for Record of the Year & Best Pop/Duo Group Performance. It was so popular at that time so that it topped the Billboard charts and sold over 6,000,000 copies in the United States alone.

2. LMFAO, “Party Rock Anthem”


“Party Rock Anthem” is the first single off Party Rock Anthem’s sophomore album Sorry for Party Rocking. It is a song by American music duo LMFAO, featuring English singer Lauren Bennett and Los Angeles music producer GoonRock. Besides, its electronic, club-friendly production and catchy chorus once propelled it to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming LMFAO’s first single to ever top the chart.

3. Ed Sheeran, “Shape Of You”


As you know, “Shape of You” is one of the leading singles from Ed Sheeran’s album “÷”. Written by Ed Sheeran together with Steve Mac and Johnny McDaid, this song is released in January 2017 and has been sought-after on Spotify and YouTube all time. It reaches up to 2.4 billion streams on Spotify and has been played over 5 billion times on YouTube.

4. The Chainsmokers, “Closer”


The Chainsmokers’ iconic track “Closer”, written by Andrew Taggart and Freddy Kennett, is a millennial romance anthem that celebrates youth and heartbreak. It features vocals from singer-songwriter Halsey and has got a brilliant success for both The Chainsmokers and Halsey since it was their first number one record on Billboard’s top 100. It has sold over 10 million units and been played over 127 million times on YouTube since its release.

5. Maroon 5, “Girls Like You”


“Girls Like You” is originally released as the ninth track on Maroon 5’s sixth studio album, Red Pill Blues. As an upbeat love song that takes a more acoustic approach than many others songs, it gained popularity quickly and its awesome music video has already been played over 2.8 billion times on YouTube.

6. Rihanna, “We Found Love”


“We Found Love” is a single off Rihanna’s sixth studio album “Talk that Talk”. Featuring Scottish singer-songwriter Calvin Harris, it is a dance-pop and electropop song, with elements of other musical genres, including dubstep and electro house, which became the Harris’ first hit on the Hot 100. Since the song was released in September 2011, it has become one of the bestselling singles of all time, and Rihanna’s longest running single.

7. Lil Nas X, “Old Town Road”


“Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X has become a big hit in 2019, ranking at the top of the charts ranging from Billboard to US Rolling Stone. It was quite popularized so that it spent almost 18 weeks at No.1 of any song in Billboard Hot 100 history.

8. Gotye , “Somebody That I Used To Know”


Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” is the second single from his third album. The song details a mutually ended relationship in which one person feels a pain that the other refuses to feel. Released in Australia and New Zealand by Eleven Music on the 5th of July 2011, it had burned through the Australian charts late in 2011 and topped on Billboard in April, 2012.

9. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee, “Despacito”


Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” featuring Justin Bieber was at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 2017 and marked for 16 weeks at #1 set. It gained the Billboard Latin Song of the Decade award at the 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards and has officially become the first video in YouTube history to surpass 7 billion views.

10. Adele, “Rolling In The Deep”


The 2012 song and record of the Year at the Grammy’s, “Rolling In The Deep” by Adele was ultimately spending seven weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2018, NPR even ranked it as the #20 greatest song by a female or nonbinaryartist in the 21st century.

11. Post Malone, “Sunflower” ( Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)


“Sunflower” by Post Malone, featuring Swae Lee, serving as the second single for Post Malone’s 2019 album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding”, hit the top of the Billboard charts in 2019. It was wrote as the soundtrack for the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and broke the record for most weeks spent in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.

12. Halsey, “Without Me”


As a matter of fact, “Without Me” is the first new song as a standalone single released by Halsey since her album, hopeless fountain kingdom. The song hit Billboard’s No. 1 spot in 2019. The single was the number-one song of 2019 on pop radio in the US, the tenth biggest song overall of 2019 in the world.

13. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe”


“Call Me Maybe” by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen was released in September, 2011, but it only met success by the second quarter of 2012. With worldwide sales, quoted in one source in July 2015 as over 18 million copies, it became the best-selling single of the century by a female artist.e.

14. Robin Thicke, “Blurred Lines”


“Blurred Lines” is a song by American singer-songwriters Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams and rapper T.I., released on March 26, 2013. As of the chart issue dated September 7, 2013, the song is the longest-running number-one single of 2013 with 12 weeks at the top.

15. Ed Sheeran, “Perfect”


“Perfect” is the fourth single from Sheeran’s 2017 album “÷”, the first song collaborated with his brother Matthew who provided strings orchestration. The song was recorded in 2016 and first appeared online in early March 2017. The song is a romantic ballad written about his wife-to-be Cherry Seaborn, whom he knew from school and then reconnected with when she was working in New York.

16. Travis Scott, “Sicko Mode”


“Sicko Mode” by Travis Scott debuted at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and peaked at #1 the week of December 8, 2018 marking Travis’ first #1 hit. It received nominations for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

17. Meghan Trainor, “All About That Bass”


According to its artist Megan Trainor, “All About That Bass” is about the empowerment of being thick. It is such a big success that it has been the first and only single to reach 1 billion views as a debut single. The song was noted for discussing "booty" as part of physical attractiveness.

18. Lorde, “Royals”


“Royals” is the debut single by New Zealand singer Lorde, which debuted at #1 in New Zealand, and eventually topped the Billboard Hot 100. "Royals" received widespread acclaim from music critics, who praised its songwriting and production, and Lorde's vocal performance. The track's lyrics express disapproval with the sumptuous lifestyle presented in songs and music videos by pop and hip hop-influenced artists.

19. Drake, “God’s Plan”


“God’s Plan” by Drake debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and it is also the second song to ever reach over 100 million-streams in a week. "God's Plan" received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who called it a typical Drake song. Musically, it has been described as pop, pop-rap, and trap, with lyrics addressing Drake's fame and fate.

20. Maroon 5, “Moves Like Jagger”


“Moves Like Jagger” by Maroon featuring Christina Aguilera was first performed on an episode of a singing competition—The Voice, and it peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was a commercial success, going on to top the charts in over 18 countries. Levine said, “It was one of those songs that was definitely a risk”.

Part 3: How to Download Best Songs of the 2010s?

3.1 How to Download Best Songs of the 2010s from Streaming Media?

Nowadays, several music streaming services are available out there, and three of them are standing out from the huge crowd—Apple Music, Spotify, and Pandora. There is no doubt that these three widely popular streaming services provide you with millions of popular and excellent songs for enjoyment. If you would like to download best songs of the 2010s from the three services to listen to offline, the subscription will be definitely required. Additionally, they are different in various aspects to some extent, and you can check the comparison chart below to ensure that you can make a wise choice.

Apple Music Spotify Pandora
Supported Formats AAC AAC, Ogg Vorbis AAC
Supported Platforms iOS, Android, Apple TV, OS X, Windows iOS, Android, WP, Web, Windows, OS X iOS, Android, WP, Windows, Web, OS X
Max Streaming Quality 256 kbps 320 kbps 192 kbps
Music Library 70 million songs 35 million songs 50 million songs
Siri Support Yes No No
Free Option Yes with ads Yes with ads Yes with ads
Podcasts No Yes Yes
Music Video Streaming Yes Yes No
Subscription $9.99/Month $9.99/Month $4.99/Month
Free Trial 3 months 30 days 60 days
Family Plan $14.99 for 6 users $14.99 for 5 users $14.99 for 6 users

The three music streaming services give music a lot of fun and enjoyment. However, only the subscribers can directly download music from the stream media, and there are some unavoidable limits that are annoying. In order to download best songs of the 2010s easily, you can resort to the professional music recorder software.

3.2 How to Download Best Songs of the 2010s with Leawo Music Recorder?

Leawo Music Recorder is a powerful music recorder that records music and audio from any source without any quality loss. It cannot only record online audio and music from music streaming services like Apple music, Spotify, AOL Music,, Pandora, etc. but even record music from YouTube and lots of other video-sharing sites, and then save the music and audio files in MP3 or WAV format. With intuitive and simple interface, it is so easy to use that even a newbie can make full use of it to record music you like. After you download and install Leawo Music Recorder, follow the simple steps below to record and download best songs of the 2010s:

Step 1. Download Leawo Music Recorder

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  • Leawo Music Recorder

    - Record any sound from computer stream audio and built-in input audio.
    - Record music from 1000+ music sites like YouTube, Facebook, Veoh, VEVO, etc.
    - Schedule music recording via the internal recording task scheduler.
    - Automatically/manually add and complete music tags like artist, album, cover, genre, etc.
    - Save recorded musicfiles into either WAV or MP3 format for wide uses.

Step 2. Set Audio Source

Launch the program, and then click the “Audio Source” icon on the main interface to select “Record Computer Audio” option to record online audio and record streaming audio. If you are going to record audio from built-in input audio like Mic, you should click “Record Audio Input” option.


Step 3. Set Output Format

Switch to the “Format” tab and open the drop-down box to choose “mp3 Audio (*.mp3)” as the output format.


Step 4. Set Output Directory

Switch to the “General” tab and then click the folder icon to browse and choose an output path in the “Output” box to save output recordings.


Step 5. Start to record music

Click the red “Start” button to initiate the program, and then play the source music online. If necessary, you could click the “Recording task scheduler” icon on the bottom-left corner to call out the Task Scheduler and set the recording start time and duration.


Step 6. Edit Music Tags Manually

The music tags can be automatically downloaded and added to the recordings. But sometimes you need to edit music tags manually. You can just select a recording and right click it to choose “Edit Music Tag” to manually edit music tags.


Part 4: How to Transfer Non-purchase Songs to iPhone?

Since you have downloaded best songs of the 2010s, you may want to transfer them to your iPhone for playback. Leawo iTransfer transfers 12 kinds of files, like photos, music, videos, SMS, contacts, etc. between iOS devices, iTunes and PCs. You can download and install the program on your PC, and then transfer songs to iPhone in easy steps.

Step 1. Download Leawo iTransfer

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  • Leawo iTransfer

    - Transfer files among iOS devices, iTunes and PCs with ease.
    - 6x faster than iTunes
    - Transfer up to 14 kinds of data and files without iTunes.
    - Support the latest iOS devices like iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, etc.
    - Play back, view, and delete data and files on iOS devices.
    - Support Windows & Mac OS

Step 2. Connect your iPhone to computer

Launch Leawo iTransfer and then use the USB cable to connect iPhone to your computer. After that, the content of the iPhone will be displayed, including the information of the iPhone, the library and playlists of iPhone, etc.


Step 3. Import the Downloaded Songs to iPhone

Directly drag and drop the downloaded songs to the software for importing. Or you can also right-click the “Music” option under “Library” and choose “Add File” or “Add Folder” to import the downloaded songs from your computer to iPhone.


Step 4. Start Transferring Songs to iPhone

After adding files to the software, a dialog of transfer process will pop up, showing the transfer progress, the names and numbers of the files being transferred. Make sure that your iPhone is always connected while the transfer is ongoing.


All in all, the transfer process will be finished very soon and then you can feel free to listen to the best songs of the 2010s on your iPhone offline.