Everybody loves listening to some amazing music. Music has touched cultures all over the world since very early times in human history. Music is capable of a number of health benefits including lowering stress levels, raising states of consciousness, changing moods, accessing different states of mind, developing the brain and is useful in meditation -which has a ton of health benefits.

Here is my collection of some peppiest and fantastico music of all time. For this list, I’ve looked at all music irrespective of genre or period, and collected the most infectiously happy songs out there! These upbeat songs are sure to help you make it through the dreariest of days with thoughts of sunshine, warmer weather and the pleasant seasons ahead. These songs will never fail to brighten up your day! It will take days to get these songs out of your head.

Here we go:-

  • All about the Bass

This song is sung by Meghan Trainor. A bass in music scores are round (which I’m guessing, represents plus sized people) and treble clefs are tall and skinny (representing skinny people). This song is just about feeling good about yourself no matter what size you are. And that there will always be that one perfect soulmate who will love you just that way you are. Plus this song is really catchy. And that cute guy (Sione Kelepi) in the official video has got better dance moves than Shakira.

  • Happy

This song is sung by Pharell Williams. It was one of the tracks on Despicable Me 2 and we saw Gru showing some fantastico moves in the movie. Well, like the name, the song has all the magic in the world required to make you feel happy. If you haven’t heard it yet then shame on you just kidding but go and hear it. It is about being able to show your happiness to the world so they know how you feel. It has the power to cheer you up and will surely make you tap your feet.

  • Barbie girl

This song by Aqua is one of the most popular songs ever. It was on the lips of ever person when it released. It has the peppiest video of all time. Although some people say that the lyrics and the video had a sexual meaning connected to it, some just say it is a parody version of another song. Basically it’s about barbie and how perfect she is with a perfect body, boyfriend, and life. No matter what, this song indeed has had a great impact on the sale of Barbie’s even if Mattel didn’t like it.

  • Mama Mia

This is one of the best song or in other word one of the fantastico song ever. Every person from the 80’s and 90’s knows this song. My mom loves this song so much that it is her ringtone for ages now. This song was performed by Abba (one of the best pop band ever). The phrase “Mama Mia” is an Italian phrase that is often used when one is completely surprised or shocked. You might remember Chunkey Pandey (‘Aakri Pasta’) doing it in Housefull (Mamma Mia, Imma Jokin). In this song, she keeps going back to a guy who treats her like crap just because he’s good looking. But ABBA pulls it off in their wonderfully upbeat way. You’ve gotta love it.

  • La Bamba

This song is commonly known to be sung by Richie Valens and Los Lobos seem to have made a cover of it. No matter what, it is the must have dance number at Catholic especially Goan weddings. It really has the power to pull you to the dance floor. I love this song, it’s one of those ones you don’t care about what it means as it sounds perfect the way it is in a different language.



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