*intro song* 🎶 Yo, listen up, here’s a story 🎶 Sometimes a song just crawls into your head, and you can’t get it out. 🎶 I’m all about that bass, ’bout that bass, no treble 🎶 Welcome to WatchMojo.com And today, we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Annoyingly Catchy Songs! For this list, we chose our entries based on a mix of their commercial success, radio airplay, and overall popularity. Number 10, “Fancy”, Iggy Azelea Are you fancy? Boeeee, we hope so. This electro hop track from Australian artist, Iggy Azelea and English singer, songwriter Charlie XCX wormed its way into the heads of audiences after peaking at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2014. “Fancy” was overplayed on radios around the world Eventually claiming the title of Song Of The Summer by Billboard It’s notable that, unlike many songs on this list the tune was recieved with critical acclaim. Number 9, You knew this one would be here Chumbawamba’s most successful single to date, Tubthumping features an all out rocking beat with an easily chantable chorus that sure would get your blood pumping Well, many people say they hate this song with a passion, it didn’t hinder the track from recieving commercial success and despite the fact that the Alt Rock and Pop Rock number constantly appears on Worst Songs Lists This hasn’t stopped fans from getting knocked down and getting back up again. Number 8, “I Knew You Were Trouble”, Taylor Swift Naf Llabflog was here. Yet another break-up song from the Queen of break-up songs! The third promo single of her 2012 album Red, the track became a huge commercial and critical success due to viral marketing on YouTube This led to “I Knew You Were Trouble” winning the YouTube Phenomenon Award at the inaugural YouTube Music Awards. Sounds like all you need to do is take a Taylor Swift break-up song, add just a tad of dubstep and you have the formula for success. Number 7, “All About That Bass”, Meghan Trainor This explosive track was released in the summer of 2014 And has received constant radio airplay ever since. Meghan Trainor sings about girls with a little more booty and how they are just as awesome as “them skinny bitches” Topping the Billboard Charts in the United States, this song is way too catchy for its own good. And if you aren’t singing it already, you’ll undoubtedly soon be “all ’bout that bass” Number 6, “Girlfriend”, Avril Lavigne Oh look! Another song about relationships! Released as a single for Avril Lavigne’s 3rd album “The Best Damn Thing”, Girlfriend was praised by many and is arguably Lavigne’s most widely known song Due to its free flowing lyrics over a funky pop hump beat, the track became a commercial and critical success, topping charts in many different countries. When this song was released we couldn’t get this punk princess out of our heads These boys sure know how to make an appearance! “MMMBop” was Hanson’s debut single in 1997. They became recognized almost immediately due to MMMBop’s soft Pop-Rock beat and you couldn’t help but sing along. Critics seem to be split on “MMMBop” as it was nominated for two Grammys but has also seen its fair share of time on many Worst Songs Lists. Whether you think it should go in the good camp, or the bad, there’s no denying the Hanson Brothers know how to write a catchy tune. You probably don’t know this song by its original title as it’s better known as “The Numa Numa Song” Made virally famous by Gary Brolsma’s video in which he dances to it, the Pop and Euro dance track was originally released by Moldovan group, O-Zone. And it’s been their most successful single. Shooting to number 1 on The Euro Chart Hot 100 as well as topping the German and French Charts. While the majority of listeners don’t actually know what the lyrics are, it doesn’t really matter ‘cos it’s fun to make up your own! Admit it! You’ve sung this song in the shower at least a few times. The 3rd overall single from Danish-Norwegian dance group Aqua, Barbie Girl is their highst rated track ever released. “Call Me Maybe” performed by Canadian popstar Carly Ray Jepson was being played on anything that could stream music in 2011 You couldn’t get away from it no matter how hard you try While the track’s become one of the most popular pop tracks in the past few years It was originally written as a folk song Did you agree with our list? What your favourite Annoyingly Catchy Song?