It is indisputable that music is one of the languages ​​that moves the world and that is why it has so many followers on the planet. On this occasion we have prepared for you an article about the songs that remained in the top places during the 80s, a golden age.

Music in the 80s

The 80s was undoubtedly a time that musically speaking was considered eclectic in which pop, ballads and rock and roll were in fashion, also right at that moment a musical revolution began that brought new rhythms to the artistic field.

Long hair, exaggerated makeup and extravagant costumes were just some of the things that accompanied this musical revolution of the 80s. In addition, at the time there were iconic figures who set the tone in music as it is known today, some of them were Madonna , The Queen of Pop, Michael Jackson, the King of Pop and Prince.

“I wanna dance with somebody” by Whitney Houston

This melodious song in the voice of Whitney Houston moved masses around the world, thanks to the high notes of this iconic artist, her vocal warmth and all the energy she puts into each of her songs.

The song talks about love and loneliness and even today it is still in force both in the musical repertoires of young people and in karaoke establishments.

“When Doves Cry” by Prince

Who does not remember the particular Prince, an artist who not only left his best on stage when he sang, but also wore extravagant outfits that made him someone difficult to forget, much less go unnoticed.

This song was the product of a lightning composition by the artist, but it did not stop being a success in the 80s, thanks to the energy it transmits while it is playing.

“Beat It” by Michael Jackson

The king of pop throughout his career reaped various musical successes, however in the 80s one of the artist’s most remembered songs is Beat It, a piece of music that has all the energy of the electric guitar and drums with rhythmic beats that accompany the melody to make it a musical success.

“Into the groove” by Madonna

After leaving everyone speechless with her hit Like a Virgin, Madonna returns to top the charts with Into the Groove, an iconic song from the 80s that was part of the themes of the movie Desperately Seeking Susan.

In the song it is possible to appreciate a bass that sounds in very high tones synthesized perfectly with the singer’s voice, a rhythm that was pioneering in its time and from which many took the idea to synthesize their voices in other songs.

David Bowie’s “Modern Love”

Another solid artist from the ’80s era is David Bowie, who rose to fame after starring in a duet with Mick Jagger. Later this artist was just as successful as a solo artist and managed to compose and sing some of the best songs of the decade.

“Take on me” by A-ha

Who has not chanted the song Take On Me at the top of their lungs at any fashionable party or karaoke, because the musical group A-ha knew how to impress the difficult public of the show not only with this work of musical art but also with his video clip, a masterpiece that combined pencil drawings bringing them to real life.

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