2022 will be a big year for most of us, as it marks the first full year since the start of the Covid pandemic that most industries will be able to resume at least some form of normal operations.
Still, it hasn’t been all smooth sailing. As 2022 draws to a close, it’s time to celebrate the hits that got us through the year.from Tik Tok From Hollywood successes to new albums from your favorite artists, these DJs put together the most epic mashups of the best songs of 2022, and for many listeners, it’s their favorite way to end the year.
disc player adam wrighthis highly anticipated annual mash-up drama trailer In the weeks leading up to release, he used as many as 113 titles to create his “2022 RENAISSANCE,” his year-end megamix.
He combines tracks that have become hugely popular on TikTok, such as Tate McRae’s “She’s Who I Want To Be” and Gaelic “abcdefu,” the blockbuster single Taylor Swiftof “anti hero” with Rihanna’s “Help Me Up” from panther –not to mention Kate Bush’s “Run Up That Mountain,” No. 1 This Year, Thanks to strange things– Create cinematic masterpieces.
“This definitely took me into a different dimension,” read one comment on TikTok.
“I want this on SPOTIFY!!!!!!!!!” Another request.
“I’m glad there’s Hallyu there, it’s really showing the renaissance in 2022, not just in the U.S. musicsaid a third.
“Man… I’ve still been listening to your Summer 2016 mashup for the past 6 years,” others testified to his longevity.
complete playlist Wright uses the one available at spotify music with apple music.
dj earwormthe music producer, DJ and songwriter known for their annual “Pop America” remix, compared to many other end-of-year mixes, this one is an abbreviated version, running for less than four minutes.
The musician deftly put together 25 of the year’s biggest hits, including songs like Charm “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” and Harry Styles’ “As Is,” as well as TikTok and TV hits.
“For me, your mashups are always the first official sign that the year is coming to an end. Thanks for this little tradition! Happy 2023 everyone!” one comment read.
“These never get old! Remember [sic] Hearing this sentence all the way back to 2008-2009! Dude, go on! said another.