Table of Contents
- 1. Billie Eilish, “Bad Guy”
- 2. Lizzo, “Truth Hurts”
- 3. Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road” (Remix)
- 4. 21 Savage feat. J. Cole, “A Lot”
- 5. Jonas Brothers, “Sucker”
- 6. Post Malone, “Circles”
- 7. Rosalía feat. J Balvin & El Guincho, “Con Altura”
- 8. Ariana Grande, “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored”
- 9. Taylor Swift, “Cruel Summer”
- 10. Vampire Weekend, “Harmony Hall”
- 11. Shaed, “Trampoline”
- 12. Frank Ocean, “In My Room”
- 13. Sharon Van Etten, “Seventeen”
- 14. Miley Cyrus, “Slide Away”
- 15. Lil Tecca, “Ransom”
- 16. Big Thief, “Not”
- 17. Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow, “Con Calma” (Remix)
- 18. Blake Shelton, “God’s Country”
- 19. MUNA, “Number One Fan”
- 20. Kygo & Whitney Houston, “Higher Love”
- 21. Sam Smith, “How Do You Sleep”
- 22. Tegan & Sara, “I’ll Be Back Someday”
- 23. Rosalía, “Aute Cuture”
- 24. Tame Impala, “Patience”
- 25. Maren Morris, “GIRL”
- 26. BLACKPINK, “Kill This Love”
- 27. Tierra Whack, “Only Child”
- 28. Beyoncé feat. Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN & Wizkid, “Brown Skin Girl”
- 29. Jenny Lewis, “Red Bull & Hennessy”
- 30. Sech feat. Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Anuel AA, “Otro Trago” (Remix)
- 31. Lana Del Rey, “The Greatest”
- 32. DaBaby, “Suge”
- 33. Maggie Rogers, “Light On”
- 34. Tyler, the Creator, “EARFQUAKE”
- 35. HAIM, “Summer Girl”
- 36. Billie Eilish, “Bury a Friend”
- 37. Halsey, “Nightmare”
- 38. Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes, “Señorita”
- 39. Kacey Musgraves, “Rainbow”
- 40. Mustard & Migos, “Pure Water”
- 41. Future, “Crushed Up”
- 42. Charli XCX feat. Christine and the Queens, “Gone”
- 43. Aldous Harding, “The Barrel”
- 44. Charlie Puth, “Mother”
- 45. Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign, “Hot Girl Summer”
- 46. Bad Bunny & Tainy, “Callaita”
- 47. Mabel, “Don’t Call Me Up”
- 48. Ambjaay, “Uno”
- 49. 5 Seconds of Summer, “Easier”
- 50. Camila Cabello, “Liar”
- 51. Burna Boy, “Anybody”
- 52. Dan + Shay feat. Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”
- 53. Saweetie, “My Type”
- 54. Maxo Kream, “Meet Again”
- 55. Mura Masa feat. Clairo, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again”
- 56. Kehlani feat. Ty Dolla $ign, “Nights Like This”
- 57. Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko & Anuel AA, “Baila Baila Baila” (Remix)
- 58. Sir Babygirl, “Everyone Is a Bad Friend”
- 59. Young Thug, J. Cole & Travis Scott, “The London”
- 60. Tove Lo, “Glad He’s Gone”
- 61. Taylor Swift, “Lover”
- 62. Swae Lee & Post Malone, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)”
- 63. Selena Gomez, “Lose You to Love Me”
- 64. Luke Combs, “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
- 65. Katy Perry, “Never Really Over”
- 66. Blueface, “Thotiana”
- 67. Normani, “Motivation”
- 68. Ashley O, “On a Roll”
- 69. Khalid, “Talk”
- 70. Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby, “Cash S–t”
- 71. Pronoun, “Stay”
- 72. James Blake feat. Andre 3000, “Where’s the Catch”
- 73. Coldplay, “Orphans”
- 74. Adam Lambert, “Superpower”
- 75. Lewis Capaldi, “Someone You Loved”
- 76. Koffee, “Rapture”
- 77. Lady Antebellum, “What If I Never Get Over You”
- 78.Sturgill Simpson, “Make Art Not Friends”
- 79. Lil Peep & iLoveMakonnen feat. Fall Out Boy, “I’ve Been Waiting”
- 80. Blanco Brown, “The Git Up”
- 81. Ariana Grande, “7 Rings”
- 82. FKA twigs, “Cellophane”
- 83. J Balvin & Bad Bunny, “Cuidao por Ahí”
- 84. Ava Max, “Sweet But Psycho”
- 85. Polo G feat. Lil Tjay, “Pop Out”
- 86. The Highwomen, “Redesigning Women”
- 87. BTS feat. Halsey, “Boy With Luv”
- 88. Sam Smith & Normani, “Dancing With a Stranger”
- 89. Summer Walker feat. Drake, “Girls Need Love” (Remix)
- 90. Jonas Brothers, “Only Human”
- 91. Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now”
- 92. Lana Del Rey, “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing For a Woman Like Me to Have – But I Have It”
- 93. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Now That I Found You”
- 94. Harry Styles, “Watermelon Sugar”
- 95. Jay Som, “Superbike”
- 96. Lizzo, “Juice”
- 97. Ed Sheeran feat. Justin Bieber, “I Don’t Care”
- 98. Clairo, “Bags”
- 99. Doja Cat feat. Tyga, “Juicy”
- 100. Ariana Grande, “Ghostin”
Music has always been a significant part of human life, from the ancient times of cave paintings to modern-day streaming services. Every year, the music industry produces numerous hits and classics, but some songs manage to stand out and become instant favorites. The year 2019 was no exception, with a plethora of memorable tracks across various genres that dominated the charts and airwaves. From catchy pop tunes to soulful ballads, there was something for everyone.
This article aims to curate the 100 greatest songs from 2019, showcasing the diverse and dynamic nature of the music industry. The list includes songs from popular artists like Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, and Post Malone, as well as lesser-known gems that deserve recognition. The selection process takes into account factors such as commercial success, critical acclaim, and cultural impact to ensure a comprehensive representation of the year’s musical landscape. Whether you’re a music enthusiast or simply looking for some new tunes, the 100 greatest songs from 2019 is the perfect guide to relive the year’s musical highlights.
1. Billie Eilish, “Bad Guy”
“Bad Guy” is an electro-pop track by American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. Released in March 2019, the song quickly became a chart-topping hit and one of the most streamed songs of the year. The track’s haunting lyrics and catchy beat are complemented by Eilish’s signature whispered vocals, creating a unique and captivating sound. With its dark and twisted imagery, “Bad Guy” is a standout track from Eilish’s debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” that showcases her bold and boundary-pushing approach to pop music.
2. Lizzo, “Truth Hurts”
“Truth Hurts” is a self-empowering pop and hip-hop song by American singer-songwriter Lizzo. Originally released in 2017, the track gained massive popularity in 2019, thanks in part to the viral #DNATest TikTok challenge. The song features a catchy melody, empowering lyrics, and Lizzo’s powerhouse vocals, making it a celebration of self-love and confidence. “Truth Hurts” became Lizzo’s first top 10 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 and earned her multiple awards and nominations. With its infectious energy and bold message, “Truth Hurts” has become a timeless anthem for anyone looking to embrace their true selves.
3. Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road” (Remix)
“Old Town Road” is a country-trap song by American rapper Lil Nas X, featuring country singer Billy Ray Cyrus in the remix version. The song’s infectious beat, catchy lyrics, and blending of country and hip-hop genres made it an instant hit upon its release in December 2018. The remix, which features Cyrus, propelled the song’s popularity to new heights and led to it breaking multiple records, including the longest-running number one song on the US Billboard Hot 100. With its unconventional style and inclusive message, “Old Town Road” became a cultural phenomenon and a testament to the power of genre-bending music.
4. 21 Savage feat. J. Cole, “A Lot”
” A Lot” is a introspective hip-hop song by British rapper 21 Savage, featuring American rapper J. Cole. Released in December 2018, the song discusses themes of loss, grief, and perseverance in the face of adversity. The track’s minimalistic beat and 21 Savage’s poignant lyrics are complemented by J. Cole’s introspective verse, resulting in a thought-provoking and emotionally charged piece of music.
5. Jonas Brothers, “Sucker”
“Sucker” is a vibrant pop track by American pop-rock band Jonas Brothers. The song, released in March 2019, marked the group’s first single in six years and became an instant hit with its catchy chorus and upbeat melody. The track’s romantic lyrics and the band’s trademark harmonies make it a perfect feel-good anthem for summer, and the accompanying music video featuring the Jonas Brothers and their respective partners further cemented its popularity. With its infectious energy and nostalgic vibes, “Sucker” marked the triumphant return of the Jonas Brothers to the music scene.
6. Post Malone, “Circles”
“Circles” is an introspective pop-rock song by American rapper and singer Post Malone. Released in August 2019, the track features a blend of acoustic and electronic instrumentation that creates a melancholic and emotional sound. The song’s introspective lyrics describe a doomed romantic relationship and the sense of hopelessness that comes with it, while the chorus provides a glimmer of hope for a better future. With its poignant lyrics and haunting melody, “Circles” showcases Post Malone’s versatility as an artist and cemented his status as one of the most popular musicians of the year.
7. Rosalía feat. J Balvin & El Guincho, “Con Altura”
“Con Altura” is a reggaeton and flamenco-inspired track by Spanish singer-songwriter Rosalía, featuring Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin and Spanish producer El Guincho. Released in March 2019, the song features a catchy beat and Rosalía’s powerful vocals singing in Spanish, making it a celebration of Latin music and culture. The track’s infectious rhythm and energetic vibe, along with its visually stunning music video, quickly turned it into a global hit and established Rosalía as one of the most exciting voices in contemporary music.
8. Ariana Grande, “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored”
“Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” is a sultry pop song by American singer Ariana Grande. Released in February 2019, the song features a dreamy melody and lyrics that describe the protagonist’s desire for someone who is already in a relationship. The track’s catchy hook and Grande’s smooth vocals, combined with its playful and provocative lyrics, made it an instant hit with audiences. The song’s music video, featuring a twist ending, added to the intrigue and cemented its popularity. With its catchy melody and relatable lyrics, “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” became one of the most memorable songs of 2019.
9. Taylor Swift, “Cruel Summer”
“Cruel Summer” is a pop track by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Released in August 2019, the song features a lively beat and a catchy chorus that captures the feeling of summer love and heartbreak. The song’s lyrics describe the ups and downs of a tumultuous relationship, with Swift’s powerful vocals conveying a sense of passion and intensity. With its vibrant sound and relatable lyrics, “Cruel Summer” became a fan favorite from Swift’s critically acclaimed album “Lover” and further cemented her status as one of the most successful and influential musicians of her generation.
10. Vampire Weekend, “Harmony Hall”
“Harmony Hall” is a indie rock song by American band Vampire Weekend. Released in January 2019, the song features a bright and cheerful melody with intricate guitar riffs and lyrics that reference everything from environmentalism to politics. The track’s upbeat sound, along with its witty and thought-provoking lyrics, made it a standout from the band’s critically acclaimed album “Father of the Bride.” With its sophisticated musical arrangements and clever wordplay, “Harmony Hall” showcases Vampire Weekend’s signature style of blending indie rock with elements of chamber pop and world music, making them one of the most innovative and influential bands of their generation. (
11. Shaed, “Trampoline”
“Trampoline” is a catchy electro-pop track by American indie pop band SHAED. Released in May 2018, the song features a pulsing beat, mesmerizing vocals, and lyrics that speak to the exhilaration and freedom of being in love. With its dreamy sound and relatable lyrics, “Trampoline” quickly became a hit on streaming platforms and helped to establish SHAED as one of the most exciting new acts in indie pop.
12. Frank Ocean, “In My Room”
In My Room” is a soulful R&B track by American singer-songwriter Frank Ocean. Released in November 2019, the song features Ocean’s trademark smooth vocals over a minimalistic beat and a simple piano riff. The lyrics explore themes of isolation and introspection, with Ocean reflecting on his innermost thoughts and feelings. With its haunting sound and intimate lyrics, “In My Room” showcases Ocean’s unique ability to convey complex emotions with simplicity and elegance, cementing his status as one of the most innovative and influential artists of his generation.
13. Sharon Van Etten, “Seventeen”
“Seventeen” is a powerful indie rock song by American singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten, released in February 2019. The track features Van Etten’s emotive vocals over a driving beat and jangly guitars, with lyrics reflecting on the ups and downs of growing older and looking back on past experiences. The chorus, “I used to be seventeen, now you’re just like me, down beneath the ashes and the stone,” is a poignant reminder of the passage of time and the universal struggle to find one’s place in the world. “Seventeen” was widely acclaimed by critics for its raw emotion and catchy hooks, solidifying Van Etten as a major force in indie music.
14. Miley Cyrus, “Slide Away”
“Slide Away” is a mournful ballad by American pop star Miley Cyrus, released in August 2019. The track features Cyrus’s soulful vocals over a sparse, atmospheric arrangement of piano, strings, and electronic beats, with lyrics reflecting on the aftermath of a failed relationship. The chorus, “Move on, we’re not 17, I’m not who I used to be, you say that everything changed, you’re right, we’re grown now,” captures the bittersweet feeling of growing up and moving on from past mistakes. “Slide Away” received critical acclaim for its mature, introspective songwriting and Cyrus’s heartfelt delivery.
15. Lil Tecca, “Ransom”
“Ransom” is a breakout hit by American rapper Lil Tecca, released in May 2019. The track features Tecca’s playful flow over a catchy, minimalist beat, with lyrics that boast about his success and warn off potential enemies. The chorus, “I got black, I got white, what you want? Hop outside a Ghost and hop up in a Phantom,” became an instant meme and helped propel the song to the top of the charts. “Ransom” was praised for its infectious energy and youthful swagger, cementing Lil Tecca as one of the most promising new talents in hip-hop.
16. Big Thief, “Not”
Big Thief’s “Not” is a hauntingly beautiful folk-rock ballad that showcases the ethereal vocals of lead singer Adrianne Lenker. The track is driven by Lenker’s intricate guitar work and features sparse instrumentation that allows the listener to fully immerse themselves in the emotional weight of the lyrics. “Not” is a poignant reflection on the universal human experience of loss and the struggle to find meaning in the face of tragedy. With its raw honesty and profound sense of vulnerability, “Not” stands as one of the most powerful and affecting songs of the year.
17. Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow, “Con Calma” (Remix)
“Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry feat. Snow, “Con Calma” (Remix)” is an upbeat reggaeton track with a catchy melody and a blend of Spanish and English lyrics. The song features Daddy Yankee’s smooth flow and Katy Perry’s sultry vocals, while Snow adds a reggae flair to the remix. The music video is colorful and lively, featuring various dance routines and tropical settings. The song has become a global hit, reaching the top of the charts in several countries and earning millions of streams. It is a fun and energetic track that is perfect for a party or a night out.
18. Blake Shelton, “God’s Country”
Blake Shelton, “God’s Country”: Released in March 2019, “God’s Country” is a country rock anthem from Blake Shelton, which describes the pride and appreciation for the rural landscapes of America. The song has been praised for its powerful chorus and driving instrumentals, which perfectly capture the feeling of nostalgia and respect for the heartland. The music video features stunning aerial shots of the countryside and has helped the song achieve great success, including a Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance in 2020.
19. MUNA, “Number One Fan”
MUNA, “Number One Fan”: This infectious pop song from the all-female trio MUNA, released in June 2019, is a celebration of self-love and empowerment. With its catchy chorus and upbeat production, the song encourages listeners to be their own “number one fan” and embrace their individuality. The accompanying music video, which features the band members performing choreographed dance moves and vibrant outfits, adds to the song’s uplifting message. “Number One Fan” has been praised for its positive lyrics and infectious energy, helping MUNA gain a wider audience and recognition as a promising pop act.
20. Kygo & Whitney Houston, “Higher Love”
Kygo & Whitney Houston’s “Higher Love” is an upbeat dance-pop cover of Steve Winwood’s 1986 classic. Whitney’s soaring vocals coupled with Kygo’s tropical house beats take the song to new heights, creating a euphoric and joyful atmosphere. The catchy chorus is a perfect sing-along, and the infectious beat makes it hard to resist moving to. This song is a tribute to Whitney’s legacy, and it showcases the diva’s voice at its best. Overall, “Higher Love” is a fun and upbeat track that will make you feel good and want to dance. (
21. Sam Smith, “How Do You Sleep”
Sam Smith’s “How Do You Sleep” is an R&B-tinged pop song that combines electronic and acoustic elements. The track features Smith’s signature soulful vocals and introspective lyrics, exploring the feeling of heartbreak and the difficulty of moving on. The accompanying music video showcases Smith’s impressive dance skills, as they perform intricate choreography in a surreal and dreamlike setting. With its catchy chorus and emotional depth, “How Do You Sleep” is a standout track that showcases Smith’s growth as an artist.
22. Tegan & Sara, “I’ll Be Back Someday”
Tegan and Sara are back with their signature indie-pop sound in “I’ll Be Back Someday”. Released in 2019, the track features the duo’s catchy harmonies and upbeat instrumentals, making it a perfect addition to any feel-good playlist. The song explores the familiar theme of love and heartbreak, with Tegan and Sara singing about a past relationship they can’t seem to shake off. Fans of the Canadian twin sisters will appreciate the song’s relatable lyrics and infectious melody, while newcomers will be drawn to their unique sound and songwriting skills. Overall, “I’ll Be Back Someday” is a solid addition to Tegan and Sara’s impressive discography.
23. Rosalía, “Aute Cuture”
Rosalía’s “Aute Cuture” is an energetic flamenco-pop anthem with a bold message of female empowerment. The song features the singer’s distinct vocal style and incorporates traditional Spanish flamenco sounds with modern pop beats. The lyrics showcase the artist’s pride in her heritage and her willingness to break away from societal norms. The music video is an artistic masterpiece with a surreal atmosphere and visual elements that complement the song’s message of individuality and self-expression. “Aute Cuture” represents Rosalía’s unique artistic vision and has established her as a force to be reckoned with in the world of pop music.
24. Tame Impala, “Patience”
Tame Impala, “Patience”: Released in 2019, “Patience” by Tame Impala is an uplifting and dreamy track that showcases Kevin Parker’s signature psychedelic pop sound. The song features a hypnotic bassline, shimmering synths, and ethereal vocals that blend together to create a groovy and immersive sonic landscape. With its lush instrumentation and introspective lyrics about the need for patience in life, “Patience” is a contemplative and uplifting piece of music that invites the listener to lose themselves in its mesmerizing rhythms.
25. Maren Morris, “GIRL”
Maren Morris, “GIRL”: The title track of Maren Morris’s second studio album, “GIRL” is an empowering anthem that celebrates female strength and resilience. With its catchy chorus, driving beat, and powerful vocals, the song delivers an uplifting message about self-acceptance and self-love. Morris’s vocals are both soulful and expressive, infusing the lyrics with a sense of passion and conviction. The song’s positive and empowering message has resonated with listeners, earning it a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and cementing Morris’s status as a rising star in the country music scene.
26. BLACKPINK, “Kill This Love”
BLACKPINK’s “Kill This Love” is a high-energy dance-pop track with hard-hitting beats and a catchy chorus that blends Korean and English lyrics. The song features the group’s signature vocals and rap verses, showcasing their impressive range and versatility. With its explosive music video and powerful choreography, “Kill This Love” became a global phenomenon and solidified BLACKPINK’s status as one of the top K-pop groups in the world. The track’s combination of bold sound and fierce visuals make it a standout in the genre and a must-listen for fans of upbeat, empowering pop music.
27. Tierra Whack, “Only Child”
Tierra Whack’s “Only Child” is a gripping, introspective track that captures the rapper’s emotional struggles and self-doubt. With its dreamlike production and haunting vocals, the song explores themes of loneliness and the pain of feeling misunderstood, offering a raw and honest glimpse into Whack’s inner world. Clocking in at just over two minutes, the track showcases the artist’s unique lyrical style and experimental approach to production, making for a powerful and moving listening experience.
28. Beyoncé feat. Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN & Wizkid, “Brown Skin Girl”
“Brown Skin Girl” is a soulful, celebratory anthem by Beyoncé featuring Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN, and Wizkid. The track is a tribute to black women and girls, celebrating their beauty and strength while emphasizing the importance of self-love and empowerment. With its infectious melody, uplifting lyrics, and powerful vocal performances, “Brown Skin Girl” is a powerful testament to the resilience and beauty of black women everywhere. The track is part of Beyoncé’s critically acclaimed visual album “Black Is King,” which explores themes of African culture, heritage, and identity.
29. Jenny Lewis, “Red Bull & Hennessy”
Jenny Lewis’ “Red Bull & Hennessy” is a vintage-inspired indie rock song that showcases Lewis’ strong vocals and songwriting skills. With a catchy guitar riff and driving beat, the song’s infectious energy is matched by Lewis’ playful yet poignant lyrics about love and addiction. The track also features a range of instrumental textures, including a groovy bassline and dreamy synthesizer lines that add depth to the overall sound. As a solo artist and former member of Rilo Kiley, Lewis has long been celebrated for her unique style and storytelling abilities, and “Red Bull & Hennessy” is no exception.
30. Sech feat. Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Anuel AA, “Otro Trago” (Remix)
“Otro Trago” (Remix) is a Latin trap song that brings together five of the biggest names in the genre: Sech, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Anuel AA. The song features a hypnotic beat and smooth melodies, with each artist taking turns to deliver a verse about drinking and partying. The remix has become a viral hit in the Latin music scene, topping the charts in several countries and earning over a billion views on YouTube.
31. Lana Del Rey, “The Greatest”
“The Greatest” is a dreamy ballad by Lana Del Rey that touches on themes of nostalgia, fame, and mortality. The song features melancholic instrumentals and soft vocals, with Del Rey singing about the highs and lows of her life in the spotlight. The song received critical acclaim for its introspective lyrics and haunting melodies, with many praising Del Rey’s ability to capture the essence of the American dream. The music video for the song features Del Rey in a bar, surrounded by a diverse cast of characters and paying tribute to classic Hollywood films.
32. DaBaby, “Suge”
DaBaby, “Suge” is a rap song by American rapper DaBaby, released in April 2019. The song was named after Death Row Records founder Suge Knight and pays homage to his influence on the music industry. The track features a bouncy beat and catchy chorus, with DaBaby’s signature flow and hard-hitting lyrics. The song was a commercial success, peaking at number seven on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and earning critical acclaim for its energy and charisma.
33. Maggie Rogers, “Light On”
“Light On” is a single by American singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers, released in October 2018. The song showcases Rogers’ unique blend of folk, pop, and electronic music, featuring atmospheric synths and powerful vocals. The lyrics deal with themes of loss, uncertainty, and resilience, with Rogers singing about the importance of staying positive in difficult times. The song was praised by critics for its emotional depth and Rogers’ introspective songwriting, and it helped to establish her as one of the most exciting new artists in music.
34. Tyler, the Creator, “EARFQUAKE”
Tyler, the Creator’s “EARFQUAKE” is a standout track from his album “IGOR.” With its catchy beat and playful lyrics, the song is a perfect blend of pop, R&B, and hip hop. The chorus, featuring guest vocals from Charlie Wilson, is especially infectious, and the music video, which features Tyler as a wig-wearing, dancing heartthrob, adds an extra layer of fun to the song. At once both quirky and undeniably catchy, “EARFQUAKE” is one of Tyler’s most memorable tracks.
35. HAIM, “Summer Girl”
HAIM’s “Summer Girl” is a dreamy, jazzy pop song that feels both nostalgic and fresh. The track features a smooth saxophone riff and lead singer Danielle Haim’s soft, soothing vocals, creating a laid-back, summery vibe. The lyrics, which were inspired by Danielle’s experience of caring for her partner during his cancer treatment, offer a message of hope and resilience in the face of difficulty. With its sophisticated sound and poignant message, “Summer Girl” showcases HAIM’s musical evolution and marks a promising new direction for the band.
36. Billie Eilish, “Bury a Friend”
Billie Eilish’s “Bury a Friend” is a haunting and eerie track from her debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”. With a slow tempo, whispered vocals, and unsettling lyrics, the song creates a sense of unease and discomfort that draws the listener in. The lyrics explore themes of fear and anxiety, and the music video features imagery that is both creepy and surreal. Eilish’s unique voice and creative vision are on full display in “Bury a Friend”, making it a standout track in her discography.
37. Halsey, “Nightmare”
Halsey’s “Nightmare” is a fiery pop anthem with a punk-rock edge. The track features heavy guitar riffs and explosive drums, setting the tone for Halsey’s rebellious lyrics about embracing her inner power and standing up to societal pressures. The song’s catchy chorus and bold energy make it an instant crowd-pleaser, and its message of self-empowerment resonates with fans worldwide. “Nightmare” showcases Halsey’s versatility as an artist, delivering a powerful and unapologetic performance that is sure to leave a lasting impression. With its raw emotion and fierce attitude, “Nightmare” is a standout track in Halsey’s discography.
38. Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes, “Señorita”
This steamy collaboration between pop stars Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes is a seductive ode to a passionate romance. The Latin-inspired beat and sensual lyrics showcase the chemistry between the two artists, while their vocal performances complement each other beautifully. The music video enhances the song’s sultry vibe, with Cabello and Mendes showing off their dance moves and sharing intimate moments. “Señorita” became a massive hit worldwide, cementing Cabello and Mendes’ status as pop icons.
39. Kacey Musgraves, “Rainbow”
“Rainbow” is a poignant ballad from country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves’ Grammy-winning album “Golden Hour.” The song offers a message of hope and encouragement, with Musgraves singing about overcoming difficult times and finding strength in the midst of adversity. The stripped-down production allows Musgraves’ emotive vocals and heartfelt lyrics to take center stage, creating a powerful and uplifting listening experience. “Rainbow” has resonated with audiences around the world, becoming an anthem for anyone who has ever faced hardship or struggled to find their way.
40. Mustard & Migos, “Pure Water”
“Pure Water” by Mustard & Migos is an upbeat rap song that features catchy melodies and hard-hitting verses from the trio. The production is a signature of Mustard’s sound, with a bouncy beat and heavy bass that complements Migos’ ad-libs and flows. The song boasts about the artists’ wealth, status, and lavish lifestyles, with lyrics that are full of braggadocio and swagger. “Pure Water” became a hit upon its release, earning millions of views and streams across platforms and showcasing the continued influence of Migos in the rap game.
41. Future, “Crushed Up”
“Crushed Up” by Future is a trap banger that sees the rapper boasting about his riches and success, while also addressing his struggles and past experiences. The song is marked by its ominous beat and Future’s auto-tuned vocals, which lend a haunting quality to his rhymes. The lyrics reference his drug use, his come-up in the rap industry, and his relationships with women, painting a portrait of a complex and conflicted artist. “Crushed Up” was a popular track upon its release, with fans praising Future’s ability to balance his personal issues with his musical talent.
42. Charli XCX feat. Christine and the Queens, “Gone”
Charli XCX feat. Christine and the Queens, “Gone”: Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens team up for “Gone”, a song that explores the feeling of being overwhelmed and disconnected from reality. The track’s upbeat tempo and driving percussion belie the melancholy lyrics, as the singers sing about feeling like they don’t belong. The song’s catchy chorus and infectious energy make it an anthem for anyone who has ever felt lost or alone. “Gone” showcases Charli XCX’s signature sound, with a modern twist thanks to Christine and the Queens’ distinctive vocals.
43. Aldous Harding, “The Barrel”
Aldous Harding, “The Barrel”: New Zealand singer-songwriter Aldous Harding’s “The Barrel” is a quirky, eccentric track that showcases her unique voice and off-kilter style. The song’s playful melody and unusual instrumentation, including an accordion and a kazoo, create a dreamy, otherworldly atmosphere. The lyrics are cryptic and enigmatic, with Harding singing about love and loss in her distinctive, haunting voice. “The Barrel” is a testament to Harding’s artistry and creativity, with a sound that is both ethereal and grounded in reality.
44. Charlie Puth, “Mother”
Charlie Puth’s “Mother” is a catchy pop song with a mix of sultry and upbeat elements. The lyrics talk about a boy falling for a girl and how he sees similarities between her and his mother, who he loves dearly. Puth’s smooth vocals blend perfectly with the mid-tempo beat, creating an intimate and emotional sound. The chorus is particularly memorable, with Puth’s falsetto showcasing his impressive range. “Mother” is a great example of Puth’s ability to craft a pop hit that captures both the listener’s attention and heart.
45. Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign, “Hot Girl Summer”
“Hot Girl Summer” is a celebration of female empowerment and self-love. The collaboration between Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign is a catchy anthem that became a summer hit in 2019. The song features bold and sassy lyrics, a catchy beat, and a playful tone. It’s all about having fun and being confident in yourself, no matter what others may say. The song also sparked a viral dance challenge on social media, cementing its status as a cultural phenomenon. With its infectious energy and empowering message, “Hot Girl Summer” is a must-listen for anyone looking for a feel-good hit.
46. Bad Bunny & Tainy, “Callaita”
“Callaita” is a reggaeton song by Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny and producer Tainy. The song is characterized by its catchy beat, smooth vocals, and melancholic melody. It features Bad Bunny singing about a woman who is “callaita,” meaning she is quiet and reserved, but with a mysterious and alluring quality. The song is a tribute to the beauty of women who exude confidence and strength, even in their quietness. “Callaita” became a massive hit upon its release in 2019, solidifying Bad Bunny’s place as one of the biggest names in Latin music today. Its emotional depth and irresistible rhythm make it a timeless classic.
47. Mabel, “Don’t Call Me Up”
Mabel’s “Don’t Call Me Up” is an energetic pop song about moving on from a toxic relationship. The catchy chorus, infectious beat, and Mabel’s soulful vocals make it a standout song. The lyrics convey a sense of empowerment and self-confidence as Mabel asserts her independence and tells her ex not to try and come back into her life. The song’s music video also adds to its appeal, with Mabel showcasing her dance skills in various vibrant settings. “Don’t Call Me Up” is a great example of a modern pop song with a strong female message.
48. Ambjaay, “Uno”
Ambjaay, “Uno”: “Uno” is a single by American rapper Ambjaay that gained popularity on social media and became a viral hit. The song features a catchy beat and repetitive hook, with Ambjaay showcasing his confident and boastful flow as he raps about his lifestyle and success. The track’s upbeat energy and catchy chorus make it a popular choice for parties and clubs, and it helped to launch Ambjaay’s career in the music industry.
49. 5 Seconds of Summer, “Easier”
5 Seconds of Summer, “Easier”: “Easier” is a pop-rock single by Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer. The song features an infectious guitar riff and catchy chorus, with lead vocalist Luke Hemmings delivering an emotional and heartfelt performance. The lyrics deal with the struggles of a failing relationship and the difficulty of letting go, with the chorus repeating the line “Is it easier to stay?”. The track’s anthemic sound and relatable lyrics resonated with fans, and it became a commercial success, charting in several countries and earning critical acclaim for its memorable melody and emotional depth.
50. Camila Cabello, “Liar”
Camila Cabello’s “Liar” is a Latin-influenced pop song with an upbeat and catchy melody. The track features strong percussion, horns, and a groovy bassline that perfectly complements Cabello’s sultry vocals. The song’s lyrics tell the story of a compulsive liar who is struggling to come clean about their dishonesty. The chorus is particularly memorable, with Cabello singing “I’m a liar, liar, liar / If you ask me if I love you / I will choke on my reply.” The accompanying music video is a playful and colorful visual feast that perfectly captures the song’s upbeat and carefree vibe.
51. Burna Boy, “Anybody”
Burna Boy, “Anybody”: With its addictive Afrobeat rhythm and Burna Boy’s smooth vocals, “Anybody” is an irresistible dance track that celebrates individuality and self-confidence. The song’s upbeat tempo and catchy hook create an energizing atmosphere that invites the listener to let loose and embrace their true selves. Burna Boy’s lyrics encourage listeners to pursue their passions without fear of judgement, promoting self-love and acceptance. This song showcases Burna Boy’s unique blend of Afrobeat, dancehall, and hip-hop, and its popularity has helped to solidify his status as a rising star in the global music scene.
52. Dan + Shay feat. Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”
Dan + Shay feat. Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”: Country duo Dan + Shay and pop icon Justin Bieber team up for this sweet, romantic ballad about the joys of spending time with a loved one. The song’s simple, heartfelt lyrics and gentle melody create a warm, intimate vibe that captures the feeling of falling deeply in love. Dan + Shay’s signature harmonies blend seamlessly with Bieber’s smooth vocals, creating a beautiful, soaring chorus that showcases the artists’ vocal talents. With its universal message of devotion and commitment, “10,000 Hours” has become a beloved love song for fans across genres.
53. Saweetie, “My Type”
Saweetie’s “My Type” is an upbeat, hip-hop single that celebrates her confidence and individuality as a woman. Sampling the beat from Petey Pablo’s “Freek-a-Leek,” the song features Saweetie’s fierce lyrics and infectious personality over a bouncy, bass-heavy production. The track was a commercial success, peaking at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 and becoming a viral sensation on TikTok. “My Type” showcases Saweetie’s ability to create catchy, empowering anthems that resonate with listeners and solidify her place as a rising star in the rap game.
54. Maxo Kream, “Meet Again”
“Meet Again” by Maxo Kream is a reflective track on his past relationships and how he’s grown from them. Over a melodic instrumental, Kream raps about wanting to move on from his past and focus on the future. He shares personal stories of his heartbreak and the lessons he’s learned from them. The song showcases Kream’s introspective side and vulnerability as an artist.
55. Mura Masa feat. Clairo, “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again”
“I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again” is a collaboration between Mura Masa and Clairo that features a mix of electronic and indie pop sounds. The song explores the uncertainty and anxiety that comes with new relationships. Clairo’s ethereal vocals blend well with the instrumental, creating a dreamy atmosphere. The lyrics highlight the push and pull of being attracted to someone but also being hesitant to fully commit. The song’s catchy chorus and infectious beat make it a standout track from both artists.
56. Kehlani feat. Ty Dolla $ign, “Nights Like This”
Kehlani’s “Nights Like This” featuring Ty Dolla $ign is a sultry R&B track that explores the pain of a failed relationship. The song showcases Kehlani’s smooth vocals, layered over a pulsing beat and Ty Dolla $ign’s harmonies. The lyrics describe the longing to be close to a former lover, but realizing that it’s not possible due to the heartache that still lingers. The track serves as a relatable anthem for anyone who has struggled to move on from a past love. The music video adds an eerie element, featuring a robot created in the likeness of Kehlani’s ex.
57. Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko & Anuel AA, “Baila Baila Baila” (Remix)
The reggaeton remix of “Baila Baila Baila” brings together some of the biggest names in the Latin urban music scene: Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko, and Anuel AA. The track’s upbeat tempo and catchy chorus invite listeners to dance and sing along, while each artist delivers their signature style and flow. The remix adds new verses and ad-libs to the original song, creating a dynamic and collaborative experience that highlights the chemistry between these influential musicians.
58. Sir Babygirl, “Everyone Is a Bad Friend”
“Everyone Is a Bad Friend” by Sir Babygirl is a genre-bending pop anthem that blends elements of punk, electronic, and alternative music. The song’s lyrics explore themes of loneliness, self-doubt, and the difficulties of navigating relationships in the modern world. Sir Babygirl’s dynamic vocals and bold production style create an energetic and engaging listening experience that leaves a lasting impression. With its catchy hooks and relatable lyrics, “Everyone Is a Bad Friend” has become a fan favorite and helped establish Sir Babygirl as a rising star in the indie pop scene.
59. Young Thug, J. Cole & Travis Scott, “The London”
“The London” by Young Thug, J. Cole & Travis Scott is a trap hip-hop song with a catchy chorus and impressive wordplay from all three rappers. The track’s instrumentation features a stripped-back melody with a deep bassline, and the song’s lyrics tell a story of wealth, fame, and women. With its impressive guest lineup, “The London” is a standout track from the hip-hop scene in 2019.
60. Tove Lo, “Glad He’s Gone”
“Glad He’s Gone” by Tove Lo is an upbeat pop song that speaks to anyone who’s ever supported a friend going through a break-up. The song’s lyrics are empowering and celebrate the strength it takes to move on from a toxic relationship. The production features a fun tropical-inspired melody with a catchy chorus and funky beats. Tove Lo’s vocal delivery is energetic and engaging, making “Glad He’s Gone” a standout track on her album “Sunshine Kitty.”
61. Taylor Swift, “Lover”
Taylor Swift’s “Lover” is a heartwarming ballad with lyrics expressing a deep and abiding love. The song incorporates Swift’s signature sound with its acoustic guitar and dreamy vocals, creating a romantic atmosphere. The song celebrates a healthy and happy relationship that grows stronger with time, with lyrics that evoke the sense of nostalgia for simpler times. The song has a feel-good quality that is infectious and relatable, which has made it a fan-favorite among Swifties.
62. Swae Lee & Post Malone, “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)”
“Sunflower” by Swae Lee and Post Malone is a laid-back, upbeat song that perfectly captures the energy of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie. The song is characterized by its catchy melody, relaxed vocals, and upbeat rhythm that instantly puts the listener in a good mood. The song’s lyrics express feelings of hope and optimism, making it a perfect feel-good anthem for Spider-Man fans. The song has been a commercial success and has been nominated for numerous awards, including the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
63. Selena Gomez, “Lose You to Love Me”
Selena Gomez’s emotional ballad “Lose You to Love Me” is a raw and vulnerable confession about moving on from a toxic relationship. The lyrics express the pain of finally letting go and finding self-love after being betrayed. The simple yet powerful melody is accompanied by piano chords, creating an intimate and stripped-down atmosphere. Gomez’s vocals are haunting and soulful, emphasizing the heart-wrenching message of the song. Overall, “Lose You to Love Me” showcases Gomez’s growth as an artist and her willingness to share her personal struggles with her audience.
64. Luke Combs, “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
“Beer Never Broke My Heart” is a traditional country song by American singer Luke Combs. The song is an ode to the simple things in life and the power of beer to help forget heartbreak. The twangy guitars, steady beat, and Combs’ smooth voice come together to create a classic country sound. The song topped the Billboard Country charts and showcases Combs’ talent for blending old-school country with a modern edge. Fans of traditional country will appreciate the authenticity of this song, while newer country fans will appreciate its catchy melody.
65. Katy Perry, “Never Really Over”
“Never Really Over” is a pop song by American singer Katy Perry. The song explores the idea of a past relationship that never quite ends, even after it’s officially over. The catchy chorus, upbeat melody, and Perry’s powerful vocals make it a perfect summer anthem. The song also features some electronic dance music (EDM) elements that add a modern twist to the pop sound. “Never Really Over” debuted in the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was praised by critics for its catchy hook and relatable lyrics. It’s a must-listen for any pop music lover.
66. Blueface, “Thotiana”
Blueface, “Thotiana” – With a beat that goes hard and a viral dance challenge, “Thotiana” became a viral hit in 2019. Blueface’s braggadocious lyrics and off-beat flow add to the song’s appeal and make it a favorite for parties and club scenes. The song’s catchy chorus, “Bust down, Thotiana,” has become a popular catchphrase and has been remixed by other artists. Overall, “Thotiana” is a fun and energetic track that has become a staple in the hip-hop scene.
67. Normani, “Motivation”
Normani, “Motivation” – Normani’s debut solo single, “Motivation,” is a nostalgic homage to early 2000s R&B with a modern twist. The song’s upbeat tempo and catchy hook create an infectious energy that makes it impossible not to dance along. Normani’s powerful vocals and impressive dance skills are showcased in the song’s vibrant music video, which pays tribute to iconic pop and R&B videos of the past. “Motivation” marks Normani’s first major solo success and solidifies her as a rising star in the pop world.
68. Ashley O, “On a Roll”
Ashley O, “On a Roll” is a single from the fictional pop star Ashley O, portrayed by Miley Cyrus, in the fifth season of Black Mirror. The song is an upbeat pop anthem with catchy hooks and an electro-pop sound that echoes Ashley O’s character. The lyrics are empowering and encourage listeners to take control of their lives and embrace their individuality. The music video showcases Ashley O performing in a futuristic setting, with bright colors and neon lights, creating a high-energy atmosphere.
69. Khalid, “Talk”
“Talk” by Khalid is a soulful and laid-back R&B track with a mellow vibe. The song is about the beginning of a relationship, with Khalid singing about the excitement and anticipation of getting to know someone new. The smooth, polished production features a mix of electronic and acoustic instruments that complement Khalid’s vocals, which are warm and emotive. The music video takes place in a retro-futuristic setting and features Khalid and his love interest dancing and exploring the city at night. Overall, “Talk” is a romantic and dreamy song that captures the feeling of falling in love.
70. Megan Thee Stallion feat. DaBaby, “Cash S–t”
Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby collaborated on “Cash S–t” which was a chart-topping hit in 2019. The song features a catchy beat and the dynamic duo takes turns delivering slick verses. Megan Thee Stallion’s signature flow and DaBaby’s distinct voice combine to create a powerhouse performance. The song’s subject matter revolves around money, power, and their success in the industry. The song’s music video features a high-end, flashy lifestyle to match the lyrics. Overall, “Cash S–t” showcases both Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby’s ability to dominate the rap game with their undeniable talent.
71. Pronoun, “Stay”
Indie-pop artist Pronoun’s “Stay” features dreamy melodies and emotive lyrics that tug at the heartstrings. The song’s gentle electronic beats and Pronoun’s soft voice work together to create a poignant atmosphere. “Stay” explores themes of love, loss, and the difficulties that come with letting go of a past relationship. The song’s music video features a minimalist set that complements the song’s somber tone. “Stay” is a moving and introspective track that showcases Pronoun’s talent for writing emotionally-charged indie-pop songs.
72. James Blake feat. Andre 3000, “Where’s the Catch”
James Blake feat. Andre 3000, “Where’s the Catch”: In “Where’s the Catch”, James Blake collaborates with OutKast’s Andre 3000 to deliver a haunting, introspective track about the complexities of modern relationships. Blake’s melancholic vocals and sparse instrumentation create an ethereal soundscape, while Andre 3000’s rapid-fire verses provide a contrasting energy. The song’s lyrics explore the struggle to trust and connect with others in an increasingly disconnected world, with Blake’s refrain of “Where’s the catch?” serving as a reminder of the constant doubt and uncertainty that plagues many relationships.
73. Coldplay, “Orphans”
Coldplay, “Orphans”: “Orphans” is an upbeat, anthemic track from Coldplay’s eighth studio album, “Everyday Life”. The song features soaring melodies, pulsing rhythms, and uplifting lyrics about hope, resilience, and the power of community. Lead singer Chris Martin’s emotive vocals and the band’s signature instrumental layers combine to create a catchy and optimistic tune that celebrates the universal human experience. The song’s lyrics, which touch on themes of isolation, displacement, and longing, are a poignant reminder of the importance of finding connections and support in a world that often feels cold and indifferent. (
74. Adam Lambert, “Superpower”
Adam Lambert’s “Superpower” is a catchy electro-pop anthem that celebrates individuality and self-empowerment. The track features pulsating synths and a thumping beat that create an uplifting and energetic atmosphere. Lambert’s powerful vocals soar over the production as he delivers empowering lyrics that encourage listeners to embrace their unique qualities and let their true selves shine. The song’s infectious chorus is sure to get stuck in your head, making it a perfect pick-me-up for anyone looking for a boost of confidence. “Superpower” is an infectious and empowering track that showcases Adam Lambert’s dynamic vocal range and magnetic stage presence.
75. Lewis Capaldi, “Someone You Loved”
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi delivers an emotive and melancholic piano ballad with “Someone You Loved.” His powerful and raw vocals convey a sense of heartbreak and longing, making it an instant hit that has resonated with audiences worldwide. The track’s stripped-back production allows Capaldi’s vocals and the poignant lyrics to take center stage, creating a memorable and emotional listening experience.
76. Koffee, “Rapture”
Jamaican artist Koffee delivers an infectious and uplifting reggae track with “Rapture.” Her smooth and soulful vocals blend effortlessly with the song’s upbeat rhythm and groovy bassline, creating an irresistible sound that captures the essence of the genre. The track’s lyrics reflect on the feeling of falling in love and the excitement and energy that comes with it. With its catchy melody and positive vibes, “Rapture” is a refreshing and vibrant addition to the reggae music scene.
77. Lady Antebellum, “What If I Never Get Over You”
Lady Antebellum’s “What If I Never Get Over You” is a sentimental country ballad that tells the story of two former lovers struggling to move on from each other. With soft guitar strums and vocal harmonies, the song builds to an emotional climax as the chorus repeats the haunting question, “What if time doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do?” This heart-wrenching tune showcases the trio’s impressive vocal abilities and their knack for crafting lyrics that tug at the heartstrings. The song is a standout in their discography and a testament to their enduring popularity in the country music scene.
78.Sturgill Simpson, “Make Art Not Friends”
Sturgill Simpson’s “Make Art Not Friends” is a country ballad that showcases Simpson’s soulful voice and poignant lyrics. The song talks about the need to stay true to oneself and create art that truly reflects one’s beliefs and values instead of seeking validation and acceptance from others. Simpson’s raw and emotive performance, combined with the simple yet evocative instrumentation, makes for a powerful and memorable listening experience.
79. Lil Peep & iLoveMakonnen feat. Fall Out Boy, “I’ve Been Waiting”
“I’ve Been Waiting” is a posthumous collaboration between Lil Peep, iLoveMakonnen, and Fall Out Boy. The song features Peep’s signature emo-rap style, Makonnen’s smooth vocals, and Fall Out Boy’s catchy pop-punk hooks. The lyrics touch on themes of love, loss, and nostalgia, with each artist adding their own unique perspective and emotion to the track. The result is a heartfelt and infectious tribute to Lil Peep’s legacy and influence on modern music.
80. Blanco Brown, “The Git Up”
Blanco Brown’s “The Git Up” is a catchy, upbeat country rap song with a line dance that has become a viral sensation. The track blends country and hip-hop music with lyrics that encourage listeners to dance and have a good time. Brown’s smooth vocals and infectious beat create a party atmosphere that makes it impossible not to dance. The song’s success can be attributed to the popularity of its accompanying dance, which has taken over social media and inspired countless covers and challenges. “The Git Up” is a fun and infectious track that’s perfect for getting the party started.
81. Ariana Grande, “7 Rings”
Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings” is a hip-hop influenced track that celebrates female empowerment and the power of money. The song features a sample from “My Favorite Things” from the musical “The Sound of Music” and showcases Grande’s vocal and lyrical prowess. The music video features Grande and her friends living in a lavish mansion, wearing designer clothes and jewelry, and living their best lives. “7 Rings” became a huge commercial success, topping the charts worldwide.
82. FKA twigs, “Cellophane”
FKA twigs’ “Cellophane” is a haunting and intimate ballad that showcases twigs’ incredible vocal range and vulnerability. The song features minimalistic instrumentation and focuses on twigs’ raw and emotional lyrics about a failed relationship. The music video is a stunning visual masterpiece, featuring twigs performing an elaborate pole dance routine that showcases her incredible athleticism and artistry. “Cellophane” received critical acclaim for its emotional depth and artistic vision and cemented FKA twigs’ status as one of the most innovative and talented artists of her generation.
83. J Balvin & Bad Bunny, “Cuidao por Ahí”
J Balvin and Bad Bunny collaborate on the upbeat track “Cuidao por Ahí” with a lively reggaeton rhythm that encourages listeners to dance along. The song is filled with playful and catchy hooks that create a fun and carefree vibe. The duo’s dynamic voices blend seamlessly, exchanging verses and harmonizing in the chorus. The lyrics speak to a potential lover, warning them to be careful and not mess with the singers’ hearts. With its infectious beat and playful lyrics, “Cuidao por Ahí” is a standout track from two of the biggest names in Latin music.
84. Ava Max, “Sweet But Psycho”
Ava Max’s “Sweet But Psycho” is a pop song with a catchy hook and a dark twist. The song showcases the singer’s impressive vocal range and tells the story of a woman who is both sweet and unpredictable, as she seems to have a split personality. The chorus is infectious and the production is upbeat, making it a perfect track for dancing and singing along. The song has become an international hit, reaching the top ten in multiple countries, and solidifying Ava Max’s place as one of the rising stars in the pop music scene.
85. Polo G feat. Lil Tjay, “Pop Out”
Polo G and Lil Tjay team up for “Pop Out,” a song that features Polo G’s signature gritty rapping style and Lil Tjay’s melodic flow. The track is a catchy ode to their success and the struggles they faced growing up in the streets. With its heavy bass and hypnotic beat, “Pop Out” has become a hit among fans of the modern trap sound. The song’s video features the two rappers cruising through the city in a classic muscle car, adding to the song’s cool and confident vibe. (
86. The Highwomen, “Redesigning Women”
The Highwomen, a country supergroup composed of Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby, released this ode to modern women who are balancing traditional gender roles with contemporary life. With its catchy chorus and twangy guitars, “Redesigning Women” speaks to women who are breaking down barriers and redefining what it means to be a working mom or a stay-at-home dad. The song celebrates women’s resilience and the unique challenges they face, all while recognizing the progress that has been made. The Highwomen have created a song that is as empowering as it is relatable.
87. BTS feat. Halsey, “Boy With Luv”
“Boy With Luv” is a catchy pop song from BTS, the South Korean boy band that has taken the world by storm. Featuring American singer Halsey, the song is an upbeat celebration of love and youthful energy. The music video, which features pastel colors and choreographed dance moves, has been viewed billions of times on YouTube, cementing BTS’s status as a global sensation. “Boy With Luv” is a prime example of the band’s signature blend of catchy pop melodies, infectious dance beats, and clever lyrics. It’s no wonder that BTS has become one of the most popular musical acts in the world.
88. Sam Smith & Normani, “Dancing With a Stranger”
Sam Smith and Normani teamed up for the catchy pop duet “Dancing With a Stranger.” The track features sleek production and soaring vocals from both singers, with the lyrics telling the story of two people trying to forget their exes by hitting the club scene. Smith and Normani’s vocal chemistry shines through, making the song a standout. The infectious hook and danceable beat create a perfect blend of pop and R&B, and the track has become a fan favorite since its release. “Dancing With a Stranger” is a must-listen for anyone looking for a modern pop hit with timeless appeal.
89. Summer Walker feat. Drake, “Girls Need Love” (Remix)
Summer Walker teams up with Drake for the remix of her sultry single “Girls Need Love.” Drake delivers a smooth verse, adding his signature touch to the track. The song discusses the desires and needs of women in a relationship, highlighting the importance of intimacy and connection. The remix added another dimension to the already popular song, making it a hit among R&B and hip-hop fans.
90. Jonas Brothers, “Only Human”
“Only Human” is a pop-infused track by the Jonas Brothers, released in 2019 as a part of their album “Happiness Begins.” The song features funky beats, a catchy chorus, and groovy basslines, creating a feel-good atmosphere. The lyrics describe the fun and carefree moments of being human, encouraging listeners to let go of their worries and dance. The song was a commercial success, peaking at number 18 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and becoming a fan favorite during their Happiness Begins Tour. It showcases the band’s growth and versatility as musicians.
91. Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now”
Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” is a groovy disco-inspired track that encourages listeners to move on from past relationships. With its infectious beat and catchy hook, the song has become a popular dancefloor hit. The track’s upbeat tone and empowering message make it an anthem for self-love and independence. Dua Lipa’s confident vocals and the song’s dynamic production make it a standout track in pop music today.
92. Lana Del Rey, “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing For a Woman Like Me to Have – But I Have It”
Lana Del Rey’s “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing For a Woman Like Me to Have – But I Have It” is a melancholic ballad that showcases the singer’s poetic lyricism and ethereal vocals. The song deals with themes of fame, mental illness, and self-acceptance. Its slow tempo and haunting melody create a dreamy atmosphere that perfectly matches the song’s introspective lyrics. The track’s title serves as a commentary on the struggles of being a woman in the public eye and the importance of holding onto hope in the face of adversity.
93. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Now That I Found You”
Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Now That I Found You” is a synth-pop banger with an infectious chorus that’s hard not to sing along to. The song showcases Jepsen’s signature sugary vocals, accompanied by playful beats and synths. The lyrics speak to the feeling of finally finding someone you’ve been looking for and the joy that comes with it. The song’s upbeat energy is sure to get anyone dancing and is a perfect example of Jepsen’s ability to craft irresistible pop anthems.
94. Harry Styles, “Watermelon Sugar”
Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” is a funky pop tune that transports listeners to a carefree, summer day. With groovy guitar riffs and infectious chorus, the song exudes a feeling of pure joy and lightheartedness. Styles’ distinctive vocals perfectly complement the song’s upbeat and breezy vibe, making it a catchy and enjoyable listen.
95. Jay Som, “Superbike”
Jay Som’s “Superbike” is a dreamy, indie rock track with a wistful and contemplative mood. With its hazy and hypnotic melody and introspective lyrics, the song draws listeners in and takes them on a journey of self-reflection. The track showcases Jay Som’s knack for crafting immersive and captivating music that transports listeners to another world. “Superbike” is a beautifully crafted and deeply affecting song that leaves a lasting impression.
96. Lizzo, “Juice”
Lizzo’s “Juice” is a funky, energetic pop song that celebrates self-confidence and self-love. The track features a catchy, upbeat melody and lively horn section, which provide the perfect backdrop for Lizzo’s empowering lyrics. With lines like “Mirror, mirror on the wall / Don’t say it, ’cause I know I’m cute”, Lizzo encourages listeners to embrace their unique qualities and love themselves for who they are. “Juice” is a fun and uplifting anthem that showcases Lizzo’s powerful vocals and positive message. It’s a perfect song to dance to and let loose with friends.
97. Ed Sheeran feat. Justin Bieber, “I Don’t Care”
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber collaborate in “I Don’t Care,” a pop song about feeling disconnected and out of place in social situations, but finding comfort and happiness with a significant other. The song features a catchy chorus with upbeat rhythms, electronic beats, and a guitar riff, and the singers’ vocals blend seamlessly. The music video shows the duo in various CGI-generated surreal scenarios, such as a garden filled with giant food and a house floating in space.
98. Clairo, “Bags”
“Bags” is a dreamy indie-pop song by Clairo, who sings about the end of a relationship and the mixed feelings that come with it. The track features lo-fi beats, smooth guitar riffs, and Clairo’s soft vocals that transition from intimate whispers to soaring high notes. The music video shows the artist walking around a shopping mall while daydreaming about a lost love, and her performance is intercut with 80s-inspired neon animations. The song’s nostalgic vibe and emotional lyrics resonate with the listener, making it a standout track in Clairo’s discography.
99. Doja Cat feat. Tyga, “Juicy”
Doja Cat’s hit song “Juicy” featuring Tyga is a fun and upbeat track about embracing one’s curves and confidence. The catchy chorus and playful lyrics encourage listeners to feel good about themselves and enjoy life. With its retro-inspired beat and playful attitude, “Juicy” has become a popular party anthem and has earned Doja Cat a large fan base.
100. Ariana Grande, “Ghostin”
Ariana Grande’s emotional ballad “Ghostin” is a powerful tribute to her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. The haunting melody and poignant lyrics reflect Grande’s struggles with grief and heartbreak. The song is widely considered one of the standout tracks on her “thank u, next” album, with critics praising its vulnerability and honesty. “Ghostin” is a testament to Grande’s talent as both a singer and songwriter, and has resonated deeply with fans around the world.