All Of Me John Legend
From Lionel Richie to Spandau Ballet, let's take a look at the ten best artists from a great decade of music - the 1980s!
George Michael is one of the most successful artists of all time, having sold well over 100 million records worldwide and releasing classic singles such as Fastlove, Faith and Freedom 90.
The late Whitney Houston may have passed away in 2012, but her music will live on forever.
Gold! In many ways, Spandau Ballet are the classic 1980s band - from the sound to the look.
Hall & Oates had the dancefloor in the palm of their hands with tracks like Maneater and Rich Girl.
Queen aren't just one of the best bands of the 1980s - they're one of the best bands ever, boasting a back catalogue anyone would be envious of. Of course, the fact that the inimitable, charismatic Freddie Mercury was the group's vocalist didn't hurt!
Duran Duran were at the forefront of the second 'British Invasion' of the US - and no wonder, with tracks like Rio, Girls on Film and The Reflex.
No self-respecting Best of 80s list would be complete without the King of Pop himself - Michael Jackson. His influence still looms large in the pop music of today, and songs like Billie Jean and Thriller sound as fresh today as they did then.
Lionel Richie made his first strides in the music business with The Commodores in the '70s, but he became an icon in his own right with songs like Dancing on the Ceiling and All Night Long in the '80s.
Phil Collins' drum sound revolutionised studio techniques in the 1980s - and his songs ruled the airwaves!
Luther Vandross' silky smooth voice made him one of the stars of the '80s.