Listen to the First 2014 Pop Music Mashup

In less than two weeks, we say good-bye to the year that was 2014 and to think, it feels like it was just yesterday that we were bringing in the new year with so much hope.

Band reunions, anniversary tours, new albums, random music news, and much more have kept us busily writing for you guys (old and new followers) and we would like to thank you for taking a couple of seconds of your day to read a post, like it and even reblog it if you have this year.

As the year comes to an end, we are surely going to begin to see many mash-ups of the year’s most infectiously catchy (and most often than not, annoying) songs of the year.

DJ Daniel Kim who puts out his yearly “Pop Danthology” out around this time is at it again with his mash-up of 66 of the biggest songs of the year.

Check out his 2014 year in review which features songs such as Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” Pharrell’s “Happy,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off,” Maroon 5’s “Animals,” and many more clocking in at over six minutes.

Listen to the First Mash-Up of 2013’s Hit Songs


UPDATE: One of my favorite mash-up artists, Daniel Kim has recently released his Pop Danthology which features 68 hit songs including “Blurred Lines” and “What Does the Fox Say?”

Since now we have two mash-ups to help summarize the state of music in 2013, which is your favorite?


You know that it’s almost the end of the year when mash-ups of all the hit songs of the year start making their rounds on the internet. Thanks to San Francisco’s DJ Earworm, we have the first mash-up of 2013’s hits. The DJ took 25 of the most played and probably on your last nerve songs and combined them together to give us a five-minute look (or sound) at the state of music in 2013.

Check out the video below and lets start the countdown for 2014.