48 Lady Gaga – “Applause
Chartrun: 5 - 6 - OUT - RE (37) - 21 -22 - OUT (5 weeks)
47 Maty Noyes – “In My Mind”
Still have to remember how exactly I got into this song, but hey! I'm a sucker for 2000's musical icons, so this shall serve as enough reason for now. First of two entries by Lady (no, it isn't from "Joanne").
Chartrun: 10 - 7 - 7 - 15 - 36 - OUT - RE (32) - 19 - 10 - OUT (8 weeks)
46 Meghan Trainor – “Dear Future Husband”
I never cared about looking the lyrics of this song. It's power was entirely, pure "How much of a jam is this". It was hook-driven from start to finish.
Chartrun: 1 - 12 - 15 - 14 -35 - 44 - 24 - 45 - OUT (8 weeks)
Remember doo-wop Meghan?! This song was a true hit only throughout January, but managed to linger until July. I'm happy it is here, and I am completely ambivalant about the whole "Meghan is stereotyping women" situation. The bopbiity once again rules over real life.
45 Ronela Hajati – “A Do Si Kjo”
Chartrun: 11 - 24 - 47 - 44 - 45 - OUT (5 weeks)
44 will.i.am ft. Nicole Scherzinger – “Smile Mona Lisa”
Fun fact: during May, I became obsessed with two albanian songs. One of them wasn't on Spotify so it isn't here. Second fun fact: My chart system broke in this same month and I had to wait until July when it was working again. By then, the song had lost it's vital force (The fact of it being, in my eyes, a novelty song) and had a really short chartrun. This track would surely have been certified Platinum if I had my chart working during May. Well, I played it enough times for it to earn a top 50 position so it's fine.
Chartrun: 7 - 15 - 12 - 23 - OUT (4 weeks)
43 Sara Bareilles – “King Of Anything”
Another victim of the system! I can't say much about the rest of the #willpower album, but this one is good. I find it to be really special, but seriously, what a waste of a guest appearence for Nicole.
Chartrun: 2 - OUT - RE (42) - 40 - 21 - 11 - 32 - 30 (7 weeks)
YAS! This was my "I really angry and need something to calm down" song (before "**** You" by Lily Allen surged at the end of the year). This song is so patronizing! I love it!