To follow up on my list of powerful ladies to watch out for in 2015, I compiled a list of the seven best radio chart toppers since 2014 by the same group of female artists. This list is mostly dance tracks, so I have to give a shout out to Adele who just barely didn't make my list (you go girl!) 1. Rihanna - We Found Love There is no denying that Rihanna ruled the radio for the past decade. Ever since Pon De Replay she's been producing hit after hit after hit. I am going to go ahead and say that We Found Love, with Calvin Harris' beats, is my favorite out of all of her chart-toppers. 2. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream If this wasn't your summer anthem in 2010 I don't know if we can ever be friends. This will always be my favorite Katy Perry single! 3. Robyn - Dancing on My Own Robyn is one of my favorite artists ever, and this song didn't let me down at all! She has this uncanny ability to sing about hardships and generally shitty situations but making it a fun dance-y track. This sounds like my senior year of high school. 4. Beyoncé - Countdown My computer tells me that I am spelling Beyoncé wrong when I don't put an accent on it. If that doesn't tell you that Bey is queen I don't know what will. This song shows off Bey's insane range without being in your face about it (hey there Mariah) plus the video proves that she looks amazing in any color, style, and time period. Bow down. 5. Miley Cyrus- We Can't Stop I still can't get over this music video, but you really can't deny how damn catchy this song is. Plus this a lot less embarrassing to belt in the car than 'Party in the USA.' Miley gets a lot of hate, but I am here to stand up for her 100%. She isn't going to put on an act for anybody, and I have mad respect for that. 6. Nicki Minaj - Super Bass Yes I know every word to this song. Yes I can do this entire dance in my sleep. Yes I am obsessed with my girl Nicki. This is the song that really got me into Nicki and is still one of my go-to workout tracks. This was her first big hit in terms of 'pop' success and blasted her into the limelight. 7. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe I am so, so sorry. I know you know this song, and I know that this will be stuck in your head for days now. How was I supposed to have a list of radio hits without including this though?!