Best hits of 2018/ Biggest songs so far

BOSTON - AUGUST 5: Beyonce and Jay-Z perform on the 'On The Run II' tour at Gillette Stadium on August 5, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Raven Varona/Parkwood/PictureGroup)

Before the year 2018 here you might just find something that you really love to listen….

LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER – “SHALLOW”
This is a song that reaches the full spectrum of music fans—a crossover between country, Americana, and pop that is a perfect musical recipe.

LANA DEL REY – “VENICE BITCH”
Four years ago, the world might not have been ready for a nearly 10-minute Lana Del Rey song called “Venice Bitch.” But since Lana Del Rey has spent the later half of the 2010s leaning into her own persona, that “Venice Bitch” feels like the full realization of Lana Del Rey she’s been building up to. The song finds itself in a gentle groove, and spends the next nine minutes there, exploring with distorted guitars, trickling acoustics, and Lana’s haunting, wistful vocals.

LEON BRIDGES – “BAD BAD NEWS”

ROBYN – “HONEY”
In late September, the song finally arrived as her second single from her first album in eight years. And the final version was a little bit different than the one first teased so long ago. This one is a pulsing and boiling club ballad.

Toronto producer/singer MorMor—-“Heaven’s Only Wishful.”

JOEY PURP – “BAG TALK”

On his first proper studio album, Joey Purp arrives to make a statement. After the success of his excellent 2016 mixtape iiiDrops, Purp firmly establishes himself on Quarterthing as yet another inventive Chicago rapper. He stretches the scope of his sound to fascinating places like on “Bag Talk,” where he raps over a looping piano scale and a stripped-down beat.

EMPRESS OF – “WHEN I’M WITH HIM”

“When I’m With Him” is a smart and concise pop gem that has an honest, emotional heart. It’s an excellent example of how to write a pop song in 2018. With a hint of nostalgia, and a calm clarity, the song marks an artist who has matured a lot over the years, developing a style that isn’t trying to be anything it’s not.

watch and enjoy!!!!!!!

 

 

BEYONCÉ, JAY-Z – “APESHIT”

The Carters are pop music.As a combined force, the Carters are an establishment of their own, one that’s capable of challenging the likes of the NFL and the Recording Academy. This Is AMAZING Guys…..

CHILDISH GAMBINO – “THIS IS AMERICA”

Starting as a playful hip-hop moniker, Glover’s Childish Gambino persona has evolved into something completely unexpected with his Grammy-winning third album, Awaken, My Love. On that release, he moved from rap to a falsetto-led collection of soul and R&B. But after the success of that pivot, he does so again with the jarring and brilliant “This Is America.”

CHARLI XCX – “NO ANGEL”

TEYANA TAYLOR – “ROSE IN HARLEM”

Among releases from Pusha T, Kid Cudi, Nas, and Kanye himself, Teyana Taylor lands among the best of the West-produced albums in the summer of 2018. Even Pusha said herK.T.S.E. was his favorite of the G.O.O.D. Music projects.

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