Do you think that ten years go a long way? Does anyone doubt it? I say: Yes. We are going to do a quick review: we enter this decade in the middle of the dance era. It seemed that the music was ready to give us a sigh at the difficult economic situation that society was experiencing, so it sent us directly to the dance floor. Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga, etc. joined forces with DJs such as Calvin Harris or David Guetta, while the great Adele oasis appeared. Leaving aside the R&B, which experienced a great period of drought, dance began to flirt with different styles of music such as pop, country or hip-hop, which was the most benefited. And, naturally, like the same evolution, this last genre, along with rap, was gaining strength, to take over the following years. The music divas left their heels in the discos to put on large gold chains and approach the slums. Among all, Miley Cyrus seemed to rise with the throne to the most disembodied. But, following the power of this genre, something began to resurface slowly, but without pause: a new wave of young talents opted for the R&B of yesteryear given the pull of hip-hop and rap. This genre, gained strength, living a slight golden age that lasts until today. But it was not only that, given the lack of novelty given by repeated bases offered by dance and hip-hop, experimentation was the order of the day. The great artists decided to redeem themselves: Rihanna launched Anti, fleeing from anything she had done so far and offering her most personal work. Following her example (or Beyoncé's with 4, as you can see), many others did, relating “personal” with “country” (#choices), giving this genre a huge role in the second half of the decade. This search for the “new me” by the female singers, accompanied by some albums that surprised how Selena Gomez's Revival offered a great movement that has flourished beautifully: the anti-pop princess. A movement that has supported the diversity of sounds, aspects and formulas and given many the power to believe in their point of view. All this has helped that in recent years we have experienced an evolution of the genres: dominated by pop and Latin, all have been molded according to the vision of each artist, adding nuances that make a genre not only that genre, is something plus. Giving wealth to the world of music. And it seems that this is not going to stop. Now more than ever technologies help to consume music in a dizzying way, so much so that it is difficult to keep track of everything that is released. It is much easier for novel artists to release their music and there will be a gap. This is why the era of legends is slowly coming to an end. It is increasingly difficult to stand out given the large number of artists willing to contribute their grain of sand. And is that ... how many songs have been released during these 10 years? How many artists have emerged? Would you be able to stay with just one song of the decade? We have lost count, but what we are sure of is without them the world would have been a worse place. Here goes our top200 of the decade.