The Ultimate Top 5 Chordified Songs for March!

Once again,we’ve been busy compiling a list of the songs you’ve all been playing and created the Chordify Continental Top 5!

Just like in January and February, Adele reigns supreme in Europe and the US.  But in Oceania, Swedish indie pop band Miike Snow is currently numero uno. We’ve got a surprise in South America: Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns ‘n’ Roses is the only English song in the list.

Pro tip: it’s great that you’re using Chordify to learn how to play this classic anthem, but don’t play it when you’re shopping for a new guitar. That’s because this Guns ‘n Roses hit is also one of their establishment. There’s a list on the Gibson website of songs and riffs you need to avoid in music stores.

So without further ado, we present to you the March Top 5:

North America
Adele – Hello
The Beatles – Hey Jude
Rachel Platten – Fight Song
Adele – Rolling in the Deep
Sade – King Of Sorrow

rachel-platten-hatRachel Platten – Fight Song

Adele – Hello
Passenger – Let Her Go
Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
Shakra – Love Will Find A Way
Adele – Rolling in the Deep 

passenger-let-her-goPassenger – Let Her Go

Dr. Fuu – พักใจชั่วคราว
Clash – เขาชื่ออะไร
Clash – ขอเจ็บแทน
Big Ass – รักเหอะ
Outsiders – ใครว่าอยู่เมืองนอกสบาย (Overseas)

dr.fuu_singleDr. Fuu – พักใจชั่วคราว

South America
Ráfaga – Una Cerveza
Zabad – Espero por ti
Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine
PXNDX – Nuestra Aflicción
Villagran Bolaños – Sonrisa

VillagranVillagran Bolaños – Sonrisa


Miike Snow – Animal
Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
Nico & Vinz – That’s How You Know feat. Kid Ink & Bebe Rexha
Lukas Graham – 7 Years
Elliphant – Step Down

elliphant_zpswlanvnx9Elliphant – Step Down

Tune in next month for brand new results!

The rules & the metrics

To get the most relevant and least puzzling results, we’ve laid down a couple of ground rules for filtering all the chordified songs. First off, we’ve used Google Analytics and YouTube (since it’s the most popular platform). And because there are a lot of versions and variations of songs on a gazillion different channels, we’ve only counted the songs from official accounts and channels. The result is a big pile of songs, filtered across five continents/regions.

And a final note for those who are worried about privacy or possibly somewhat ashamed of their guilty pleasures: it’s all big data, not individual results. If you secretly want to learn to play the entire Frozen soundtrack, don’t worry, we can’t trace it back to you!

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