I guess that all of you know this feeling when some song haunts you and you hear it everywhere. You turn on the TV: THIS song, radio: IT again, you go to the store, on the bus, you’re in the waiting room in some office, it won’t leave you!

It is no different here, in Portugal. As something is hailed as a new hit, you’ll listen to this for so long, until being woken up from a dream in the middle of the night, humming this very song.

Due to the fact that such a situation happened to me recently, I decided to share with you the list of, in my opinion, today’s most popular songs here! Enjoy!

„Cheerleader” OMI

Probably known by you, typical summer hit, is being played here passionately by all the radio stations. It literally haunts me all the time! “Do you need me? Do you think I’m pretty? ” – it is now probably an inevitable questions of our animation team.

„Love me like you do” Ellie Goulding

Both on the radio and in the local karaoke, the real NUMBER ONE. Children, adults and all nationalities sing it and play to this song. Really!

„Bailando” Enrique Iglesias feat. Descemer Bueno, Mickael Carreira

Divine Enrique sings to us all over the world! And it doesn’t get boring!

„Bo Tem Mel” Nelson Freitas feat. C4 Pedro

Portuguese romantic rhythms and ‘loving’ voice of the artist. Probably, there isn’t anyone in our hotel who doesn’t know it.

„Controla” Badoxa

Crazy Kizumba! The first song we heard in Portugal, and the one that definately doesn’t want to leave us! When we hummed it at karaoke party, our Portuguese colleagues were shocked that we know the words! Well, but how can you not know the words, if you hear something every day from 1.5 months?!

„As vezes” D.A.M.A.

Warning! Once you listen to this, it will stay with you for a long time!

„Jajao” Master Jake feat. Eddy Flow

You may not believe it, but that this song accompanied me when I was writing this article.


„I need your love” Shaggy Mohombi Faydee Costi

„Mulher perfeita” Badoxa feat. G-Amado

„Are you with me” Lost Frequencies

And in Poland, what is served by radio stations? I am very curious!

Best regards!

translation: Agnieszka Wawiórko