Here you can find the best 100 songs of 2015, according to the charts of Billboard. Billboard - The weekly American magazine devoted to the music industry. Charts «Billboard» is a kind of index of popularity, with which, for example, form a radio playlists. The most important of them - Billboard Hot 100, containing the best 100 songs regardless of genre, and often used to rank the most popular songs in the United States, and the Billboard 200 - chart for album sales. According to the results of the annual sales of the magazine awards the prizes Billboard Music Awards, reflecting (in contrast to the Grammy) are not the opinions of critics and the popularity of an artist.
Wildest Dreams is the ninth solo album by Tina Turner, released on Parlophone/Virgin in 1996. It went double platinum in the United Kingdom and in Europe. The song "GoldenEye", recorded and released in 1995, was the theme of the James Bond film of the same name. It was written by Bono and The Edge of the Irish band U2. Tina Turner also released a duet with Barry White called "In Your Wildest Dreams" which reached #32 in the UK, the duet version was included on the U.S. version of the album which had a different track list, released some six months after it was first issued in Europe and most other parts of the world, and then also with an alternate cover.