The Rolling Stone Top is a song chart that ranks popular songs from today's most popular artists. Songs are ranked by Song Units, a number that combines audio streams and song sales using a custom weighting system. The song chart does not include any passive listening, such as terrestrial or digital radio.
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As a global franchise that collects some of the biggest songs in music and turns them into greatest-hits compilations, Now That's What I Call Music! While there are certainly several hits that immediately come to mind when reminiscing on tunes from the past, there are probably a plethora of songs from Now That's What I Call Music! According to Vulture, the U. Despite the ability to create self-made playlists through streaming platforms such as Spotify, Tidal, and Apple Music, Now continues to have a loyal fanbase of listeners who flock to each and every release, and it's easy to understand why. Although some of these songs may already be in your personal rotation, this list will certainly provide you with nostalgic tunes that you're going to want to your iTunes library ASAP.
Hanging out with King Princess can feel like entering a time warp. At 21, she has the lush, broken voice of a hard-living lounge singer in a David Lynch film, and her music is similarly timeless: guitar-driven torch songs with lyrics sharpened by what sounds like a thousand years of love gone wrong. How thrilling must it have been to be a young teenager in , witnessing the birth of Odd Future, a Los Angeles collective of skater kids. I needed him. He was a force, eating cockroaches in music videos, fantasizing about murder and suicide, delighting in hiding behind a veneer of edgelord homophobic, misogynist lyrics.
From pop comebacks to international acts finding crossover success to gorgeous ballads and irresistible dancefloor bait, was quite the year. Here are the songs we couldn't stop playing this year. Think the vulnerable voice of Nina Simone waxing poetic about the ills of millennial dating. Following in the footsteps of international kings like Burna Boy and WizKid, Rema's crisp, charming vocals float over a bouncy rhythm that blends Afropop and hip-hop to create three minutes and 15 seconds of sheer joy. Sex sells, but Rapsody has never been one to conform to hip-hop's misogynistic views of women. Angel Olsen's lush, throaty voice connects with an eerie, '80s-leaning production to create a musical masterpiece. One of the most ubiquitous songs of came from pop's newest power couple. Hate it or love it, Shawn and Camila make magic together.