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2014’s top 5 floorfillers

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2014’s top 5 floorfillers

The beginning of the new year offers a chance for reflection and reminiscing; we decided to take a look back at five of the greatest floorfillers of 2014, songs which were always guaranteed to attract the crowds.

 Ella Henderson – Ghost

  • Release date: June 2014
  • Highest UK position: number 1

After finishing in sixth place on The X Factor in 2012 2014 has been Ella Henderson’s year. Her personal song writing is wonderfully complemented by her powerful voice making her an instant success and leading to the popularity of her debut album and single, Ghost.

Taylor Swift – Shake It Off

  • Release date: August 2014
  • Highest UK position: number 2

After entering the music industry as a young, country girl with only her acoustic guitar for company Taylor’s talent continues to grow. This hit doesn’t mince its words; after speculation and criticism in relation to her personal life Taylor has finally had enough and has decided to shake the hate and criticism, encouraging you to do the same!

Sam Smith – Money On My Mind

  • Release date: February 2014
  • Highest UK position: number 1

What would 2014 have been like without Sam Smith?! From his club hits to his belting ballads this London boy has had an exceptionally successful year. Not only has this song gained great popularity it also spreads an excellent message: love what you do and don’t only keep the monetary reward in mind.

Iggy Azalea – Fancy

  • Release date: February 2014
  • Highest UK position: number 5

Thanks this song’s music video it appeals to a person of a certain age: a person who grew up in the 1990s and envied Cher Horowitz’s wardrobe. With its simple melody, catchy rap and repetitive chorus Fancy became one of the most popular songs of early 2014.

Clean Bandit – Rather Be

  • Release date: January 2014
  • Highest UK position: number 1

After a January release the popularity of the fourth song released from Clean Bandit’s debut album grew massively. From dance floors to television shows you couldn’t get away from this dance anthem throughout 2014. The song even features instruments such violins and cellos, bringing classical music to the dance floor.