UKMusicLova's Hot 100 2018 (20-11)

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Hottest Song of 2018?

Ariana Grande - God is a woman
4
33%
Billie Eilish - When The Party's Over
1
8%
Cardi B - I Like It
0
No votes
Ella Mai - Trip
1
8%
Janelle Monae - Make Me Feel
2
17%
Khalid - Love Lies
1
8%
Lily Allen - Trigger Bang
1
8%
Rosalía - Malamente
2
17%
 
Total votes : 12

Postby UKMusicLova » Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:18 am

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Will be presenting my annual Hot 100 songs of the year - as always, the above songs are potential chart toppers (hopefully - I haven't actually started compiling yet :lol: ).
2018 has been a wonderful year, both in my life and in terms of music!
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Postby JSparksFan » Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:21 am

Great to hear 2018 was a wonderful year for you!

I think I'll go with "God Is a Woman" in the poll!
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Postby UKMusicLova » Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:59 am

I'll start my list with my top albums of the year. I've listened to a lot of music this year, here are some of the albums I've liked but just missed out on my top 20:

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AMY SHARK : LOVE MONSTER | ANDERSON .PAAK : OXNARD | BLOOD ORANGE : NEGRO SWAN | CHLOE X HALLE : THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT | DMAS : FOR NOW | DRAKE : SCORPION | ELLA MAI : ELLA MAI | ESTELLE : LOVERS ROCK | LADY GAGA + BRADLEY COOPER : A STAR IS BORN | MAC MILLER : SWIMMING| NICKI MINAJ : QUEEN | RAY BLK : EMPRESS | SABRINA CLAUDIO : NO RAIN NO FLOWERS | TINASHE : JOYRIDE | TOM GRENNAN : LIGHTING MATCHES | TONI BRAXTON : SEX AND CIGARETTES | TRAVIS SCOTT : ASTROWORLD
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Postby UKMusicLova » Mon Dec 17, 2018 2:25 am

20-11:

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20. NONAME : ROOM 25
Top tracks: Blaxploitation, Ace, Window

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19. THE INTERNET : HIVE MIND
Top tracks: Hold On, La Di Da, Mood

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18. PUSHA T : DAYTONA
Top tracks: If You Know You Know, The Games We Play, Come Back Baby

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17. JORJA SMITH : LOST & FOUND
Top tracks: Blue Lights, Where Did I Go, Wandering Romance

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16. MARIAH CAREY : CAUTION
Top tracks: A No No, The Distance, Giving Me Life

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15. CARDI B : INVASION OF PRIVACY
Top tracks: Be Careful, I Like It, I Do

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14. YEARS & YEARS : PALO SANTO
Top tracks: Sanctify, Rendezvous, Palo Santo

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13. TASH SULTANA : FLOW STATE
Top tracks: Cigarettes, Free Mind, Salvation

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12. LILY ALLEN : NO SHAME
Top tracks: Trigger Bang, What You Waiting For?, Cake

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11. THE CARTERS : EVERYTHING IS LOVE
Top tracks: Summer, Apeshit, Heard About Us
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Postby UKMusicLova » Mon Dec 17, 2018 10:40 pm

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10. NAO | SATURN
Top tracks: If You Ever, Orbit, Curiosity

One of the UK's most underrated singers, Nao followed up her critically acclaimed debut album with high expectations and she did not disappoint. She continues pushing the boundaries of R&B and soul music, but this time dabbles in more radio friendly material such as 'Drive and Disconnect' and 'If You Ever'. The standout track, 'Orbit', is one of my favourite songs of the year. A beautiful take of her past meeting her future, with her ex lover releasing her into orbit but still being able to gravitate to her new love.

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9. TOM MISCH | GEOGRAPHY
Top tracks: Lost In Paris, Disco Yes, Water Baby

Stellar debut album from South London based Jazz musician, Tom Misch. It perfectly marries together the sounds of jazz, hip-hop and electronica, bringing together some exciting combinations. The album has some instrumental tracks, which is what Tom is known for, but he also shows that he can put pop sensibilities into his music without losing his sound. Standout track 'Water Baby' featuring, is a perfect example of that. This guy has potential to become one of the UK's big producers moving into 2019.

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8. ROBYN | HONEY
Top tracks: Missing U, Honey, Ever Again

It's been a long 8 years since Robyn released her last album, but it's as if she's never been away with the release of this incredible pop heartbreak album. Nobody can throw heartache onto the dance floor like Robyn does. Album opener 'Missing U' definitely reminds you of Robyn's huge hits like Dancing On My Own, but the album shows a lot of variety of sounds. 'Honey' is one of the sexiest songs of the year, and an album highlight for me.

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7. KACEY MUSGRAVES | GOLDEN HOUR
Top tracks: Slow Burn, High Horse

I must admit, it took me ages to check out this album. I don't tend to delve into country music that much, I tend to like it, but never anything I get too involved with. However after seeing the rave reviews, I decided to see what the fuss was about and was so impressed. The songwriting is impeccable, album opener 'Slow Burn' really helped me through some things this year. I think I'm at the age where I wonder why certain things haven't yet happened in my life, but I'm alright with a slow burn now!

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6. TEYANA TAYLOR | K.T.S.E.
Top tracks: Gonna Love Me, Issues/Hold On, Rose In Harlem

One of the albums released within Kanye's Wyoming sessions, this was the long anticipated debut album on Good Music for Teyana Taylor. She delivered one of the best R&B albums of the year. I love her rich, warm tone on the stripped back songs like 'Gonna Love Me', and 'Rose In Harlem' is the closest you'll hear of old Kanye West style productions in 2018. I know that Teyana was upset by the rollout of the album, and that some of the edits she only heard for the first time once the album had been released. I share some of her disappointment, as this could have been her 'CTRL' with a proper release rollout. But hope she's proud of the album, as it shows a lot of potential for her.
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Postby king_oxymoron » Mon Dec 17, 2018 10:52 pm

Hey Carly! Good to hear you had such a good year and enjoyed lots of music,

I haven't listened to too many of the albums you put here. I know I need to listen to the Kacey one properly as everyone raved about it. I did check out Years and Years and Lily's efforts, both are good, I prefer the former. For me Up In Flames is the banger though. Come on Then and What You Waiting For are my bops on the latter.

I think I need to spend more time with Honey, it was quite divisive for me.

Voted for Janelle.
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Postby urbanmusik » Mon Dec 17, 2018 11:29 pm

Some major good songs in the poll. Voted for Lily since I saw her live last week and she was incredible.

Great list of albums so far. The albums from The Carters, Robyn, Teyana Taylor, Lily Allen, RAY BLK, Pusha T, The Internet, Noname, Blood Orange, Travis Scott & Tinashe are among my favourites of the year. Also enjoyed Nao, Kacey Musgraves, Kanye West, J. Cole, Mariah, Years & Years, Cardi B, Jorja Smith, Anderson.Paak, Nicki Minaj, Ella Mai, Chloe x Halle & Drake as well....so basically everything.

Enjoyed the write ups too.
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Postby Carbon » Tue Dec 18, 2018 6:48 pm

love the Lily, Robyn and Kacey albums + currently listening to Jorja Smith, not sure yet how I feel about it
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Postby Thriller » Tue Dec 18, 2018 7:56 pm

I need to listen to NAO and Kacey desperately!
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Postby Erotica » Tue Dec 18, 2018 9:39 pm

I like Caution, Honey and Palo Santo.
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Postby JSparksFan » Wed Dec 19, 2018 1:52 am

A Star Is Born, Queen, and Sex & Cigarettes are the big losses from the missed set. Scorpion was better than I expected.

I definitely wouldn't list "The Distance" and "A No No" among the best Caution moments, but "Giving Me Life" is gorgeous! Invasion of Privacy was a solid first effort from someone who's clearly going to be around for more than 15 seconds. Palo Santo was a bit of a revelation LP for me as far as Y&Y are concerned. Everything Is Love is sub-par. There really isn't a song on the album that I really like.

"Orbit" is a nice song, but I didn't listen to the whole album. I think I remember listening to the full Robyn album, and only liking one song. Golden Hour is a great album. In much the same way you connected with "Slow Burn", "Happy & Sad" felt like she stole a page out of my journal. "Rose in Harlem" is a song I randomly checked out from Teyana's album about a week ago, and thought it was rather solid.
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Postby Blondini » Wed Dec 19, 2018 9:25 pm

Voted Billie.

Kacey's album is good and love Slow Burn.

Robyn's is OK but not up to her best. But then her album history is rather patchy.
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Postby Tansike » Fri Dec 21, 2018 5:12 pm

I went with "God Is A Woman" in the poll as it's my favorite one from the options.

From the albums, I know/like/love...

16. MARIAH CAREY : CAUTION
15. CARDI B : INVASION OF PRIVACY
14. YEARS & YEARS : PALO SANTO
12. LILY ALLEN : NO SHAME
11. THE CARTERS : EVERYTHING IS LOVE
8. ROBYN | HONEY
7. KACEY MUSGRAVES | GOLDEN HOUR

Cardi B, Years & Years and Kacey also made a big impression on me this year. Their albums are all great, which was unexpected as I wasn't the biggest fan of Years & Years' debut, I'm not really a rap fan and I never checked out Kacey previously :oops: But so glad I checked all these out and they really turned out to be amazing.

Mariah's album is quite good, was actually my first proper album from her. As for Robyn and Lily, they're solid but both left me disappointed.
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Postby luckyONE » Sat Dec 22, 2018 10:02 am

'NO SHAME' was a cute album, but it never really grew that much on me. It's not bad and my favorite songs are 'Apples', 'Family Man' and 'What You Waiting For'.
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Postby UKMusicLova » Sun Dec 23, 2018 10:04 am

Thank you all for the lovely comments, always enjoy reading what you guys think about music I love! :D
After a few days break, better plough on!
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Postby UKMusicLova » Sun Dec 23, 2018 12:43 pm

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5. KALI UCHIS | ISOLATION
Top tracks: Miami, Dead To Me, After The Storm

Kali Uchis' long anticipated debut album was released this year, and it definitely del-i-vered. I love the hazy, dream-like R&B production that runs through the album. It perfectly complements Kali's smokey, old school voice. Sonically the album almost sounds saccharine, but I love that juxtoposition when put next to the often rather bleak and blunt songwriting (i.e. 'Tomorrow' is about a girl being forced into sex work by her father). I am so excited for what Kali Uchis will do next, she is an artist that has incredible music and her image is so cool as well!

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4. CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS | CHRIS
Top tracks: The Walker, 5 Dollars, Les Yeux Mouillés

Héloïse Letissier's second album continued the synth-y pop vibe of her debut album, but this time comes across much more assured and confident. The album perfectly incapsulates her fluidity in sex, gender and her outlook on love in general. I love how she has again done an English version, and also a French version. I like that you can choose which songs you prefer in English and which you prefer in French. I so far really like how she is looking to reinvent herself and her mark on pop music is an important one!

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3. ROSALÍA | EL MAL QUERER
Top tracks: Malamente, Pienso En Tu Mirá, Bagdad

This may possibly be my favourite non-English album of all time, I was actually considering having it as my #1 at one point. Rosalía is a Catalan singer, who takes influences from pop, R&B and traditional flamenco music, and mashes them up to create this confident and awesome album. She has so many fans now, with Dua Lipa, Rita Ora and Pharrell Williams all raving about her. She's a big star in Spain, I believe, and it's only a matter of time before she hits it big internationally. The production is pretty sparse, but you can hear those traditional Flamenco sounds throughout - even on the more pop/R&B numbers like 'Pienso En Tu Mirá' and 'Bagdad'. She is also a super visual artist, her music videos are soooo good. I love her so much. Please check out this album, if you haven't already.

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2. JANELLE MONAE | DIRTY COMPUTER
Top tracks: Crazy Classic Life, Screwed, Make Me Feel

"I am not America's nightmare, I am the American Dream". This statement sort of summarises what 'Dirty Computer' is all about. A "Dirty Computer" is someone who is a bit of a misfit, doesn't fit into society conforms. This album is for all of those who have felt like they had to hide rather than be themselves. It's a celebration. Janelle herself has put aside her R&B Android persona, Cindi Mayweather, and is being unapologetically Janelle Monae throughout this project - a proud queen black woman. You can influences from musical greats, such as Prince and Madonna, but Janelle ensures it's a homage never a copy. It's a wonderful project, a celebration of protest against our oppressors. Such an important album in today's political environment.

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1. ARIANA GRANDE | SWEETENER
Top tracks: God is a woman, no tears left to cry, better off

My favourite album of the year, from my favourite artist of the year - Ariana Grande. 'Sweetener' is just such a great album, I've listened to it so many times, and still not bored of any of the songs. She's had a tough year and a half, but through it she has released such a wonderful album. She sounds better than ever, the production is so slick, and lyrically she is giving us everything. From the inspiring lead single, No Tears Left To Cry, to songs about the breakdown of her relationship, the start of a new relationship, battles with anxiety - the album really encapsulates the emotions of a young woman. One who has been through some really tough times. I am so excited for her next album, 'thank u, next' - I genuinely believe it will be even better than 'Sweetener' - a magnum opus.
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Postby Tansike » Sun Dec 23, 2018 3:18 pm

4. CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS | CHRIS
2. JANELLE MONAE | DIRTY COMPUTER

Two solid albums. I have to admit I didn't check out both artists previously, so these albums were the first ones for me. Probably the reason why they're 'just' solid to me. Glad the latter got nominated for Album Of The Year on the Grammys though.

1. ARIANA GRANDE | SWEETENER

Brilliant #1! I guess me changing the avatar to Ariana around ten minutes ago and listening to "Sweetener" right now as i'm typing this says a lot :lol: 2018 has been a fantastic year for Ariana and "Sweetener" has become my favorite album from her so far, even though the others are strong as well. It's just so cohesive as a whole and the standouts are so, so strong. Can't wait for "thank u, next" <3
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Postby JSparksFan » Sun Dec 23, 2018 6:42 pm

For me, Dirty Computer is fairly close to immaculate. I really hope it wins AOTY at the Grammys, but even if it doesn't, it was an enormous favourite of mine this year.

Sweetener is interesting because it has two songs that are among my all-time favourites already, about a handful of others that are strong and memorable, and then a few others that just don't do much for me. It's not her best album for me, but damn, it has "God Is a Woman" and "Breathin" so I can't not be happy to see it at #1 here.
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Postby Carbon » Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:26 pm

Checked the Ariana and Janelle albums but ended up just liking the singles. Both good efforts nonetheless
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Postby luckyONE » Mon Dec 24, 2018 7:25 am

oh what a great #1 Album!
And what is even better is that we both share the exact same three Songs as our favorite Songs off 'sweetener'.
'no Tears left to cry' is my favorite Ariana song so far, 'better off' is such a good relatable song for me and 'god is a woman' is just amazing!
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Postby king_oxymoron » Mon Dec 24, 2018 2:08 pm

Only one of those I heard was Ariana’s... I found it really patchy, especially after the flawless DW album, sorry girl!

You did inspire me to relisten to Kacey though.. I enjoyed much more this time!
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Postby Blondini » Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:51 pm

You're right about Chris(tine)'s progression.
Ariana's record has its moments.
I like the idea of Janelle Monae but the execution doesn't live up to the concept ever.
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Postby UKMusicLova » Fri Dec 28, 2018 1:50 am

Thanks for the love guys! Before I jump into the countdown, please see songs that missed out from my top 100 this year. So much good competition, I actually love all of the songs below...and I'm sure there are plenty of songs I have forgotten to include! :lol:
Sorry for the ultra long list, I just couldn't be bothered to cut out any songs!

6LACK | SWITCH
AJ TRACEY | BUTTERFLIES
AMBER MARK FT. DRAM | PUT YOU ON
AMELIA MONET FT. EO | BADDEST
ARLISSA | WE WON'T MOVE
AVELINO FT. NOT3S | BOASY
AYA NAKAMURA | DJADJA
AZEALIA BANKS | ANNA WINTOUR
BEBE REXHA FT. FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE | MEANT TO BE
BILLIE EILISH | YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN
BLOOD ORANGE | CHARCOAL BABY
BTS | FAKE LOVE
CALVIN HARRIS FT. SAM SMITH | PROMISES
CAMILA CABELLO | NEVER BE THE SAME
CARDI B FT. KEHLANI | RING
CHARLI XCX FT. TROYE SIVAN | 1999
CHARLIE PUTH FT. KEHLANI | DONE FOR ME
CHEAT CODES & LITTLE MIX | ONLY YOU
CHLOE X HALLE | THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
CHRISTINE AND THE QUEENS | DOESN'T MATTER
CIARA FT. TEKNO | FREAK ME
DEAN LEWIS | BE ALRIGHT
DOJA CAT | MOOO!
DRAKE | IN MY FEELINGS
ELLIE GOULDING & DIPLO FT. SWAE LEE | CLOSE TO ME
EVES KARYDAS | FURTHER THAN THE PLANES FLY
FLORENCE + THE MACHINE | HUNGER
GEORGE EZRA | HOLD MY GIRL
GEORGE EZRA | SHOTGUN
H.E.R. FT. BRYSON TILLER | COULD'VE BEEN
HARDY CAPRIO FT. ONE ACEN | BEST LIFE
HAYDEN JAMES FT. BOY MATTHEWS | JUST FRIENDS
HOODBOI FT. TKAY MAIDZA | GLIDE
JAX JONES FT. MABEL & RICH THE KID | RING RING
JENNIFER LOPEZ FT. DJ KHALED & CARDI B | DINERO
JORJA SMITH | THE ONE
JULIA MICHAELS FT. TRIPPIE REDD | JUMP
KARA MARNI - LOVE JUST AIN'T ENOUGH
KODAK BLACK FT. TRAVIS SCOTT & OFFSET | ZEZE
LADY GAGA | ALWAYS REMEMBER US THIS WAY
LANA DEL REY | MARINERS APARTMENT COMPLEX
LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORA | FOR YOU
LITTLE MIX FT. NICKI MINAJ | WOMAN LIKE ME
LIV DAWSON | GOOD INTENTIONS
LIV DAWSON | I LIKE YOU
M.O FT. CHIP | WONDERING
MABEL | ONE SHOT
MADISON BEER FT. OFFSET | HURTS LIKE HELL
MAHALIA | SURPRISE ME
MARSHMELLO & ANNE-MARIE | FRIENDS
MARSHMELLO & BASTILLE - HAPPIER
MARTIN GARRIX FT. KHALID | OCEAN
MIGOS | STIR FRY
MK & JONAS BLUE FT. BECKY HILL | BACK & FORTH
NAO | ANOTHER LIFETIME
NAUGHTY BOY FT. RAY BLK & WYCLEF JEAN | ALL OR NOTHING
NICKI MINAJ | BARBIE DREAMS
NICOLE MILLAR | BLINDFOLDED
NINA NESBITT | LOYAL
QUEEN NAIJA | BUTTERFLIES
RAY BLK | RUN RUN
RAYE FT. MABEL & STEFFLON DON | CIGARETTE
RAYE | FRIENDS
RINA SAWAYAMA | FLICKER
RITA ORA | LET ME LOVE YOU
SASHA SLOAN | FAKING IT
SAWEETIE | ICY GRL
SHAWN MENDES | LOST IN JAPAN
SHAWN MENDES FT. KHALID | YOUTH
SHY FX FT. STAMINA MC & LILY ALLEN | STAMINA
SIGRID | SUCKER PUNCH
STEEL BANGLEZ FT. YUNGEN & MØ | YOUR LOVIN'
STEFFLON DON | SENSELESS
TAMIA | LEAVE IT SMOKIN'
TAYLA PARX | ME VS US
TAYLA PARX FT. KHALID | RUNAWAY
THE 1975 | GIVE YOURSELF A TRY
THE 1975 | SINCERITY IS SCARY
THE 1975 - TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME
THE WEEKND FT. KENDRICK LAMAR - PRAY FOR ME
TINASHE FT. TY DOLLA $IGN & FRENCH MONTANA | ME SO BAD
TINASHE FT. OFFSET | NO DRAMA
TROYE SIVAN FT. ARIANA GRANDE | DANCE TO THIS
YEARS & YEARS | ALL FOR YOU
YXNG BANE | NEEDED TIME
ZAK ABEL | LOVE SONG
ZARA LARSSON | RUIN MY LIFE
ZAYN | LET ME
ZEDD FT. ELLEY DUHE | HAPPY NOW
ZEDD FT. MAREN MORRIS | THE MIDDLE


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Postby abi » Fri Dec 28, 2018 2:33 am

Pleased to see BTS on the list. Didn't know you listen to their music!

From the list, these are that I like/love:
6LACK | SWITCH
BTS | FAKE LOVE
DRAKE | IN MY FEELINGS
H.E.R. FT. BRYSON TILLER | COULD'VE BEEN
JENNIFER LOPEZ FT. DJ KHALED & CARDI B | DINERO
LITTLE MIX FT. NICKI MINAJ | WOMAN LIKE ME
SHAWN MENDES | LOST IN JAPAN
THE WEEKND FT. KENDRICK LAMAR - PRAY FOR ME
TINASHE FT. TY DOLLA $IGN & FRENCH MONTANA | ME SO BAD
TINASHE FT. OFFSET | NO DRAMA
ZAYN | LET ME


"Let Me" has to be one of my favorite songs of the year, it deserved more success. 2018 was amazing in terms of singles, we had so many bops, but as far as how albums go, it's pretty disappointing. Looking forward for this, hopefully I will discover some more gems here!
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Postby heppolo » Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:59 am

DOJA CAT | MOOO! - meme song of the year, I guess.
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