It was a great year in music!  As always, we loved fielding your requests via the SoJO request line, Facebook and Twitter, and getting a feel for the songs you seriously bonded to in 2014.  Here's a look back on the 10 songs that got the most airplay on SoJO in 2014.

  • 10

    'Am I Wrong' by Nico & Vinz

    The Norwegian duo made an impressive mark here in the U.S. with their debut single.

  • 9

    'Team' by Lorde

    The New Zealand songstress' follow-up single to the smash 'Royals' kept her momentum on SoJO going strong.

  • 8

    'Stay With Me' Sam Smith

    Smith was the artist on everyone's lips in 2014.  He's one of the most sought after collaborators in the biz and a frontrunner for Grammy's Best New Artist.  He haunted us with this deep, reflective ballad.

  • 7

    'Happy' from Pharrell Williams

    Williams finally let himself shine as a solo artist with this infectious melody, a SoJO hit lifted from the Despicable Me: 2 movie soundtrack.

  • 6

    'Story of My Life' by One Direction

    The world's leading boy banders kept their string of hits going with one of the biggest crossover songs in their catalogue.

  • 5

    'Ain't It Fun' by Paramore

    Paramore had been gone from the music scene for more than a hot minute when they landed one of the sleeper hits of the year, solidifying their return to the mainstream charts.

  • 4

    'Dark Horse' by Katy Perry

    The third single off (and really the heart of) Katy's album Prism, 'Dark Horse' is the most-unique sounding song the singer has offered to date.  And the reward was certainly worth the risk of experimenting with a new sound.

  • 3

    'Best Day of My Life' by American Authors

    The New York-based rockers sprung onto the scene this year with this feel-good debut.  The positivity laced into this track kept us singing along for the better half of 2014.

  • 2

    'All of Me' by John Legend

    Certainly the wedding song of the year, 'All of Me' finally gave Legend his first solid, mainstream hit.  The romantic ballad was written for his own wife Chrissy Teigen.

  • 1

    'Pompeii' by Bastille

    'Pompeii' was one of the most original sounding songs of the year, which is why we believe it resonated with you all so strongly.  This debut track from the U.K. group had vivid storytelling value, offering something refreshing and palpable.