Being bullied is an experience that commonly, children experience in the school premises. However, with the evolving technology, even teenagers and adults are involved and victimized by modern cyber bullying and bashing abuses. Usually, many are not aware that bullying destroys a person’s mental, emotional, social, and even physical conditions. Don’t Laugh at Me by Mark Willis Don’t Laugh at Me, popularized by Mark Willis has the lyrics and tune that inspires kids that are bullied at school premises.
Famous Selena Gomez popularized Who Says with its wonderful tune and striking lyrics. Selena felt that girls at her age tend to question their personality a lot. A lot of teenage girls are pressured with the dress to wear and how they should look like to look presentable. It is all about empowering, not only for women but also for men who feel imperfect. To fight back bullying, you need to strip those unrealistic covers you have and be proud of your skin or the real you.
With one of the leading country song artist, Taylor Swift with her Mean entitled song advocates against worldwide bullying problems. The message of the song encourages those who are being bullied to take their revenge by making their lives much better, such as pursuing a career. It would be the sweetest revenge to fight back the bullies. One of the best Hip-pop songs by Jessie J, Who’s Laughing Now, has made a universal impact of empowerment for those being bullied.
The tune and music video shows a little girl whose being bashed at school. But, at the end, her bullies became her greatest fans. Being bullied before, Jessie J’s popularity is a proof on how bullied individuals take a sweet revenge. This list is compiled based on over 2 million song requests made using the DJ Event Planner song request system. Every December Billboard publishes a chart listing the year’s top songs based on their cumulative chart performance in the United States. The number of songs listed on the chart varied in the early years before becoming a top 100 chart in 1956. View a list of the top 100 hit songs in the US in 2009 and listen to a short countdown medley of the top 25 below.