We're halfway through a year that feels like eternity, but at least we've had an abundance of tunes to keep us occupied. From a bittersweet posthumous release to petty breakup bops, here are the best songs has to offer so far. Rihanna, we're waiting! Listen Now. BRB, crying. Peppy synths, a funky guitar line, and a breakup helped craft this unofficial quarantine anthem.
Try not to dance, I dare you. For the first time ever, Dua Lipa lends her soulful rasp to a breezy, upbeat melody that has become synonymous with her co-stars' signature sounds. An intoxicating love is hard to come by, and harder to shake off.
When di quarantine ting done and everybody touch road? Evanescence has an amazing new song and yes, we're still in Kali Uchis has reached her wits' end in a relationship and regrets the time she wasted going "crazy" over her old lover. Though she wants to start a war, she has a new man who treats her better and brings her peace. Valentine's Day is long gone but James Blake's "You're Too Precious" is hauntingly beautiful song you can sing to your loved ones year-round. From the Aaliyah sample to the booming bass, Ilham's newest song is a bop in every sense of the word.
My only qualm is that the song is entirely too short. Lady Gaga is back, y'all—but she never really left. Though 's Joanne saw her dip into a rootsy country sound, her first single of , "Stupid Love," took her Little Monsters back to the place they first fell in love with her—the dance floor. Los Angeles is the place everyone runs to, be it for a head start on their careers or to enjoy the fruits of their labor. But my favorite SadBoy is fed up with the city and its effect on his relationship, especially the temptation lurking at every corner.
He has everything he could ever want—" Got the money, got the cars, got the ceiling with the stars" —but he realizes material things don't compare to the love he has for Bella a special someone? Hayley Williams reminds us that everyone has their own path and grows at their own speed. We just have to be as gentle with ourselves as we would be with a flower. Like the '80s hit, Dua's song is about the other form of physical fitness—no resistance bands or dumbbells needed. With all the senseless acts of violence happening daily, Brent Faiyaz's "Let Me Know" is a reminder that to love someone else means to love yourself first.
Being the bigger person after a breakup requires growth, but sometimes you just want to be a little petty and get some things off your chest. Why is this pop princess dabbling in the country sound? In the midst of an emotional Grammys ceremony, H. This is a cute song with even cuter lyrics. What's even cuter is their wives appearing in the video , paying homage to classic movies like Grease and Risky Business. A drunk mind speaks sober thoughts, right? After learning of her love for John Legend, he uses his celebrity power to whisk Legend to a park to serenade his new boo with what is sure to be the wedding song of Real fans know Jhene Aiko's sexually explicit lyrics are nothing new—after all, she's the one behind that "groceries" lyric.
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