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You are the only one song 2019

Every summer is only as good as the song that defined it. This year had its work cut out for it. These are the songs—whether we chose them or not—that will be playing in the background of our memories of a specific time and place. As for who reigned supreme? Time will tell. You can listen to the full Songs of Summer playlist on our Spotify, too. That is called art. Released at the beginning of August, the song shot to number 11 on the Billboard charts and even managed to nab an MTV Video Music award, proving that Megan Thee Stallion is not concerned with running out of time. With a doot-doo melody, a jazzy lean, and feather light production, the sweetest song of the summer arrived as July faded. Danielle Haim penned the song for her partner, Ariel Rechtshaid, who co-produced the cut with Vampire Weekend-alum Rostam, following his diagnosis of testicular cancer several years ago.
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The final year of the decade saw A-list superstars relatively quiet on the singles front; instead we saw newcomers shine, and more established artists revived, re-energised and reinvented. Here are the tracks that topped our playlist, setting the scene for an exciting decade to come. You can listen to all 20 tracks here Warning: Contains some language that may offend. The meme that turned into a movement; the song was an unapologetic call to have a good time and not give a flying flamingo about what anybody thinks. The guitar solo, or more accurately a guitar roar, is worthy of Neil Young at his peak. FKA twigs, Cellophane. Solange, Almeda The sound of black pride in Playboi Carti and The-Dream joined the celebration, adding weight and joy to the mood. A snarling, pessimistic portrait of Britain from the street — covering Brexit, class warfare, and widening inequality — but told with bluntness, wit and wordplay. One of its most stunning and human moments came on Frontier.
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The past and the future combined in , a year of satisfying comebacks from veteran artists and exciting breakouts from newer ones. Read the list below, with a Spotify playlist of all at the bottom. An unlikely combination of three very different alt-leaning acts, "I've Been Waiting" is far more seamless than it has any right to be, finding common ground in the artists' shared pop sensibilities. As it toggles between vocals from all three, it's impossible to tell where the verses stop and the chorus starts -- it's all hooks, really, a song where every part feels like That Part. In a more just world , this would've been the song to get the late Lil Peep his first Hot top 40 hit. Now please, get off his lawn. There are a lot of "what ifs" when a relationship ends, but the title of Lady Antebellum's latest heart-wrenching hit has to be one of the scariest. The song -- which recalls the same yearning tone as the country trio's breakout single "Need You Now" -- perfectly captures that fear of the unknown, thanks to Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley's hopeless harmonies. We all know the desperate feeling of struggling to move on, and we all should know there's a light at the end of the tunnel eventually Koffee, "Rapture".
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The final year of the decade saw A-list superstars relatively quiet on the singles front; instead we saw newcomers shine, and more established artists revived, re-energised and reinvented. Here are the tracks that topped our playlist, setting the scene for an exciting decade to come. You can listen to all 20 tracks here Warning: Contains some language that may offend.

The meme that turned into a movement; the song was an unapologetic call to have a good time and not give a flying flamingo about what anybody thinks. The guitar solo, or more accurately a guitar roar, is worthy of Neil Young at his peak. FKA twigs, Cellophane. Solange, Almeda The sound of black pride in Playboi Carti and The-Dream joined the celebration, adding weight and joy to the mood. A snarling, pessimistic portrait of Britain from the street — covering Brexit, class warfare, and widening inequality — but told with bluntness, wit and wordplay.

One of its most stunning and human moments came on Frontier. Inspired by Appalachian Sacred Harp singing, a single voice builds to a vocal crescendo that blurs the difference between human and machine in ways that feel comfortable, disorientating and heart-warming all at once.

Brandi Carlile subverts country ballad tradition, sending a warning to a male cowboy who has an eye on her female partner, which also felt like a welcome rejoinder to the machismo that can pervade the genre. Lewis Capaldi, Someone You Loved Scottish singer-songwriter Capaldi became the somewhat improbable break-out star of the year.

Little Simz, Selfish. It may have been a long time coming, but the London rapper is finally achieving the success that has been predicted by everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Forbes magazine. And who are we to argue? Dave, Black From the groundbreaking Mercury Prize-winning album came a track that was a laser-sharp examination of contemporary racism and racial identity. The south London rapper tackles colonialism, social mobility and media coverage, but like Solange, the song is also peppered with pride about his blackness.

Sometimes a partnership makes more sense on paper than in the studio, sometimes it more than delivers on the promise. Gone is firmly in the latter camp, the two pop mavericks creating an uncompromising, existential anti-social anthem.

Am I the sun? Who decides? Tyler, The Creator, Earfquake Originally written with Justin Beiber in mind, and later offered to and rejected by Rhianna, Earfquake finds the rapper singing in heartbreak mode, pleading a lover not to leave over summer sounds and harmonies.

Sharon Van Etten, Seventeen. Lana Del Rey, The greatest. Lana Del Rey, The Greatest. A comedown anthem for the burned-out generation. Del Rey focused her swooning cinematic style on the American Dream, or what she thinks is left of it. The Greatest takes a sombre and elegiac view of a country swamped by political anxiety, climate change, celebrity culture, and even the false alarm of a nuclear attack on Hawaii.

Clairo, Bags. Breaking up is hard to do, and sometimes even harder to explain. Low-key, touching and heart-felt, the song elevated the year-old from You Tube phenomenon to bona fide pop star. It should never have worked, but it did. Lizzo, Juice. A riot of retro-funk filled with soul and sexiness, Lizzo gives Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars a joyous run for their money with this hit.

Along the way, Lizzo praises the woman in the mirror, sips Grey Goose and makes fun of a man sliding into her DMs. Billie Eilish, bad guy. Of all the songs that propelled the remarkable rise of the year-old pop prodigy this year, bad guy was the biggest and most subversive, and was the song that eventually toppled Old Town Road from the number 1 spot.

Thumbing a nose at the way people present themselves, the song has it all: Lo-fi swagger, sass in spades, and a surreal music video that got the meme treatment online. The dark side had never felt more fun. If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly bbc. Share using Email. Bookmark this article. You can listen to all 20 tracks here Warning: Contains some language that may offend Around the BBC.



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