Below are some of the songs currently topping the charts around the world.
Union Jacks, parkas and tracksuits. This month marks the 20th anniversary of Britpop, that music genre symbolizing the new pride Britons had for their Kingdom in the 1990s.
Now some might say Britpop was born long before April 1994, that the Happy Mondays' or the Stone Roses' debut albums, released respectively in 1987 and 1989, were the triggers of the movement. But Britpop really peaked with the release of Blur's third studio album, Parklife, on April 25, 1994.
How much more British can you get than the video for "Parklife"? The brick houses, Phil Daniels' Cockney accent, the self-mockery and the cynicism are all there to mark musical history forever.
Happy Birthday Britpop, we'd have you back anytime.
Cover photo: Mark Hillary