Monday, December 26, 2016
1. Panda - Desiigner
2. M.I.L.F. $ - Fergie
3. NO - Meghan Trainor
4. Ghostbusters (I'm Not Afraid) - Fall Out Boy featuring Middy Elliot
5. Bad Things - Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello
6. Bohemian Rhapsody - Psnic! At the Disco
7. Work from Home - Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign
8. Go Ahead and Break My Heart - Blake Shelton featuring Gwen Stefani
9. Broccoli - D.R.A.M. featuring Lil' Yachty
10. You Don't Own Me - Grace featuring G-Eazy
11. My House - Flo Rida
12. Perfect Illusion - Lady Gaga
13. One Call Away - Charlie Puth
14. No Broken Hearts - Bebe Rexha featuring Nicki Minaj
15. Me Too - Meghan Trainor
16. Make Me Like You - Gwen Stefani
17. Team - Iggy Azalea
18. All In My Head (Flex) - Fifth Harmony featuring Fetty Wap
19. CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! - Justin Timberlake
20. H.O.L.Y. - Florida Georgia Line
21. Make Me... - Brittany Spears featuring G-Eazy
22. I Took a Pill in Ibiza (Seeb Remix) - Mike Posner
23. That’s My Girl - Fifth Harmony
24. White Privilege II - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Jamila Woods
25. Me, Myself & I - G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha
26. i hate u, i love u - gnash featuring Olivia O'Brien
27. Let Me Love You - DJ Snake featuring Justin Bieber
28. Kids - OneRepublic
29. Flo Rida - Flo Rida
30. Rise - Katy Perry
31. This Is What You Came For - Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna
32. pick up the phone - Travis Scott and Young Thug featuring Quavo
33. Bacon - Nick Jonas featuring Ty Dolla $ign
34. Cold Water - Major Lazer featuring Justin Beiber and MØ
35. Don't Let Me Down - The Chainsmokers featuring Daya
36. Million Reasons - Lady Gaga
37. Cake By the Ocean - DNCE
38. Close - Nick Jonas featuring Tove Lo
39. Love Yourself - Justin Beiber
40. Mama Said - Lukas Graham
Saturday, December 28, 2013
Before I get to my favorite songs of the year, I am turning the site over to you that submitted your favorites of the past twelve months and after throwing them into my patent pending algorithm, this is the list that was outputted.
1. Get Lucky - Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams
2. Royals - Lorde
3. Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell
4. Mirrors - Justin Timberlake
5. Roar - Katy Perry
6. Can't Hold Us - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton
7. Black Skinhead - Kanye West
8. Thrift Shop - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz
9. New Slaves - Kanye West
10. Song For Zula - Phosphorescent
11. Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
12. Pompeii - Bad Blood - Bastille
13. Just Give Me a Reason - P!nk featuring Nate Ruess
14. The Wire - Haim
15. Follow Your Arrow - Kacey Musgraves
16. Wake Me Up - Avicii
17. Falling - Haim
18. When I Was Your Man - Bruno Mars
19. Man - Neko Case
20. Q.U.E.E.N. - Janelle Monae featuring Erykah Badu
21. Reflektor - Arcade Fire
22. Play by Play - Autre Ne Veut
23. Wakin On a Pretty Day - Kurt Vile
24. Love Me Again - John Newman
25. Hannah Hunt – Vampire Weekend
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
After their Watch the Throne album, both Kanye West and Jay-Z took unconventional routes to roll out their next solo albums. In lieu of a proper music video, West projected trailers on the side of building across the country guerilla style. Jay-Z on the other hand went the corporate route announcing his album in a four minute commercial during the NBC Finals, and just days before the release of Yeezus, of another religious inspired titled Magna Carta... Holy Grai, sponsored by a Smartphone who would give away a million downloads via an app. And instead of a single or music video, Jay-Z just released the lyrics sheet for multiple tracks which saw Jay bite not one, but two much beloved 1991 alt-rock tracks Smells Like Teen Spirit and Losing My Religion.
The anticipation was immediate because of that ad which featured Jay hanging out with producers Rick Rubin, Pharrell, Timbaland, and Swizz Beats who helmed some of Jay’s best tracks. In a later interview, Rubin admitted he had no involvement in the new album, Jay just brought him in for the documentary. As it turns out pretty much the whole album was produced by Timbaland with his hands on seventy percent of the album while Pharrell and contributed on two songs and Swizz only popped up once. So all that anticipation went out the door before the album dropped unless you had the app and would be getting an A-List album for free or if you wanted to hear just how Jay ruined the Nirvana and R.E.M. songs.
You will not have to wait to hear just how Jay-Z desecrated Smells Like Teen Spirit because it shows up on the title track that opens up the album. And just when you think it could not get worse, the “I am stupid and contagious” chorus is also sung by Justin Timberlake. Even had I had the free app, I would have deleted this track on principal alone. Heaven featuring lyrics from Losing My Religion is not much better. The track also sounds like it loops two notes from Stairway to Heaven (though not officially sampled) and it is hard not to cringe when Jay starts singing, “That’s me in the corner” off-key. It was cute when he did that to “And I wish I never met her at all” but not on a song like this.
It is apropos that Jay-Z gave away a million copies of the album because Magna Carta… Holy Grail just sounds like a mixtape which is not worth actually paying for. Half the songs sound they were created by Jay asking for song ideas in the studio, and people started shouting out random ideas: like “hey Hov, try Tom Ford… Picasso… Oceans (hey why don’t we get Frank Ocean on that track too?).” And some of the lyrics are just as puzzling like when Jay says he is “feeling like Brody in Homeland.” Huh? Is he being a traitor? Does he have crazy sex with law enforcement agents? Is he a Manchurian Candidate for a smartphone company? Does this mean Jay-Z cannot pleasure himself while in the presence of his naked wife? Did his daughter already drive over some homeless man? And why is he giving such a long shout out to Miley Cyrus? He spent more time on her than she did in Party in the U.S.A. (and then revealed she does not have a favorite song by him and does not even listen to Jay-Z). Then there is the Mommie Dearest sample in Jay-Z Blue: Blades of Glory it is not. Magna Carta… Holy Grail is just weird. But not even interesting, pushing boundaries weird, but what were you thinking weird. So congratulations to everyone who snagged the free app, because this mixtape is not worth actually putting money down for. Now if you excuse me I have a sudden urge to go buy a smartphone. Maybe an Blackberry.
Song to Download – BBC
Magna Carta… Holy Grail gets a on my Terror Alert Scale.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
1. London Bridge - Fergie
2. Lollipop - Lil' Wayne and Static Major
3. If U Seek Amy - Britney Spears
4. Stars Are Blind - Paris Hilton
5. Jenny from the Block - Jennifer Lopez featuring Styles P and Jadakiss
6. The Anthem - Good Charlotte
7. Cameltoe - Fannypack
8. I'm in Luv with a Stripper - T-Pain featuring Mike Jones
9. When I Grow Up - Pussycat Dolls
10. Gimme More - Britney Spears
11. A Bay Bay - Hurricane Chris
12. My Humps - Black Eyed Peas
13. This Is Why I’m Hot - Mims
14. Axel F - Crazy Frog
15. Fergalicious - Fergie
16. Liquid Dreams - O-Town
17. Crank That (Soulja Boy) - Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
18. Laffy Taffy - D4L
19. Chain Hang Low - Jibbs
20. My Neck, My Back (Lick It) - Khia
21. Put it On Me - Ja Rule featuring Lil' Mo and Vita
22. Lip Gloss - Lil’ Mama
23. Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father) - Lindsay Lohan
24. Get Low - Lil' Jon and the Eastside Boyz and Ying Yang Twins
25. I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) - Pitbull
26. Salt Shaker - Ying Yang Twins and Lil' John and the Eastside Boyz
27. Stanky Legg - GS Boyz
28. Blue (Da Be Dee) - Eiffel 65
29. Shots - LMFAO and Lil' John
30. Poker Face - Lady Gaga
31. You're a Jerk - New Boyz
32. Low - Flo Rida featuring T-Pain
33. She Hates Me - Puddle of Mudd
34. Boom Boom Pow - Black Eyed Peas
35. It’s Not Over - Daughtry
36. Just Dance - Lady Gaga and Colby O'Donis
37. Grills - Nelly featuring Paul Wall, Ali & Gipp
38. Right Round - Flo Rida featuring Ke$ha
39. Grace Kelly - Mika
40. Hollaback Girl - Gwen Stefani
41. It's Goin' Down - Yung Joc featuring Nitti
42. Pop - N*SYNC
43. Eat You Alive - Limp Bizkit
44. Home - Daughtry
45. Do I Make You Proud - Taylor Hicks
46. Word Up! - Korn
47. Clothes Off!!! - Gym Class Heroes featuring Patrick Stump
48. All the Above - Maino featuring T-Pain
49. I’m Not OK (I Promise) - My Chemical Romance
50. Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous - Good Charlotte
51. She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy - Kenny Chesney
52. LoveGame - Lady Gaga
53. Party Like a Rock Star - Shop Boyz
54. I Write Sins Not Tragedies - Panic! at the Disco
55. 3 - Britney Spears
56. Big Girls Don’t Cry (Personal) - Fergie
57. My Way - Limp Bizkit
58. Kiss Me Thru the Phone - Soulja Boy Tell 'em and Sammy
59. American Life - Madonna
60. Behind Blue Eyes - Limp Bizkit
61. Ur So Gay - Katy Perry
62. Break Stuff - Limp Bizkit
63. 24's - T.I.
64. The Kill - 30 Seconds to Mars
65. Hot N Cold - Katy Perry
66. My Prerogative - Britney Spears
67. Lean Back - Terror Squad
68. I Kissed a Girl - Katy Perry
69. I Don’t Want to Be in Love (Dance Floor Anthem) - Good Charlotte
70. Not too Young, Not too Old - Aaron Carter featuring Nick Carter
71. Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’) - T-Pain featuring Yung Joc
72. Wait (The Whisper Song) - Ying Yang Twins
73. Don’t Trust Me - 3OH!3
74. Ms. New Booty - Bubba Sparxxx featuring Mr. ColliPark and the Ying Yang Twins
75. Hotel Room Service - Pitbull
76. With Arms Wide Open - Creed
77. Bartender - T-Pain featuring Akon
78. Handlebars - Flobots
79. Something in Your Mouth - Nickelback
80. Right Now (Na Na Na) - Akon
81. Goodies - Ciara featuring Petey Pablo
82. I’m Real - Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule
83. One Minute Man - Missy Elliot featuring Ludacris and Trina
84. Bodies - Downing Pool
85. My Sacrifice - Creed
86. U & Ur Hand - P!nk
87. My Love - Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.
88. Prom Queen - Lil' Wayne and Shanell
89. Ready, Set, Don't Go - Billy Ray Cyrus featuring Miley Cyrus
90. Turn My Swag On - Soulja Boy Tell ‘em
91. Love Don't Cost a Thing - Jennifer Lopez
92. L.O.V.E. - Ashlee Simpson
93. 1, 2 Step - Ciara featuring Missy Elliot
94. Shoulder Lean - Young Dro featuring T.I.
95. Get the Party Started - P!nk
96. Pimp Juice - Nelly
97. Right Thurr - Chingy
98. Womanizer - Britney Spears
99. Show Stopper - Danity Kane featuring Yung Joc
100. Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) - Big and Rich
Monday, February 09, 2009
A fairly low key event this year at the Grammy’s missing the usual goosebumps moments the show is known for instead there were too many head scratching moments. Really, the big surprise of the night was Stevie Wonder performing with the Jonas Brothers. And if I am not mistaken, this was the first year they didn’t run the “Awards previously handed out earlier” segment instead opting for a “go to gammy.com” to see those. Granted I am too lazy to do so. Here are some other thoughts from the night:
- Even though they were not up for any award, U2 opens up the show. Hopefully Get on Your Boots isn’t a preview of what is to come on their new album as it is just a Vertigo retread. Then we get our first awkward moment of the night with Bono throwing to Whitney Houston.
- I know they were engaged, but it is hard not to start laughing seeing I Love New York castoff Punk next to Jennifer Hudson, who takes home worst dressed award (M.I.A. gets a pass on account that she is nine months pregnant).
- The biggest showdown in the night didn’t actually take place in any announced category, but between The Rock and Jay Mohr between for most uncomfortable dialogues.
- The Rock throws to the next awkward moment of the evening with Justin Timberlake rambling on about stalking Al Green or something. Granted this performance was rushed together after Rihanna canceled her performance early Sunday after she may or may not have been assaulted by Chris Brown.
- I was a little disappointed that Coldplay didn’t get served during their performance. I actually thought that was Jay-Z was doing before I recognized him. And is Coldplay winning a Grammy for Viva la Vida the musical equivalent of Barry Bonds being the home run king?
- Was that Lita Ford playing guitar for Carrie Underwood?
- Miley Cyrus should go back to lip-syncing Hanna Montana songs for ten year olds. Singing live just isn’t her strong suit.
- A little part of my soul died watching Stevie Wonder slumming it with the Jonas Brothers. And isn’t Superstition a little too heavy for the teens. Will they be performing Walk on the Wild Side with Lou Reed next year?
- Do we really need a Blink-182 reunion? Certainly their sophomoric rock was fine when you’re twenty-three, but not when you are thirty-three.
- Did I miss the point of My Grammy Moment? Wasn’t it to perform with someone on stage at the Grammy’s, not having your video played on a screen behind someone for about twenty seconds? And one of the Jonas Brothers looked a little too excited during the Katy Perry performance.
- And here is why CBS is the number one network and NBC will be battling The CW soon. During their big event last week, NBC only promoted one night of television, while CBS actually spread out all their shows including upcoming ones. Although if I am Vegas, I setting the Over/Under on Harper’s Island at 5 episodes. That just looks cheesy. And can I go ahead and predict the Bride does it.
- It may be time for a Kanye West intervention. It is never a good sign when you are starting to look and dress like Michael Jackson circa Off the Wall.
- Well at least the Adele / Sugarland wasn’t as bad as when the country band joined Beyoncé onstage for Irreplaceable.
- Why is USC the go to marching band? Certainly being in Los Angeles has something to do with it. But can’t someone give UCLA a little love?
- Shouldn’t T.I. be in jail by now? Since when do we let felons just wonder the country for a couple months before repaying their debt to society? To make maters worse, I have to sit through that horrible Justin Timberlake collaboration. That should add a couple more months to his sentence.
- Holy Neil Diamond sighting. But how do not get an all-star chorus to sing a drunken backup like has happen in every bar for the past thirty years? That could have been the highlight of the show.
- I would like to make it known I am completely against doubling and tripling up the tribute portion of the program.
- And the least surprising part of the night was the Robert Plant & Alison Krauss sweep. And that is your 2009 Grammy’s. Yay.
Monday, December 22, 2008
A strange thing happened while compiling this year’s worst songs list: I actually had a hard time coming up with forty songs. Usually I can easily come up with a list off the top of my head. I am not sure if it was because there actually didn’t release as many bad songs as usual this year or if I was able to avoid them better this year. But in the end I was actually able to come up with the usual forty to signify the death of Top 40 radio. Here are the songs that made my ears bleed the last three hundred and sixty-five days. Wait, sixty-six, it was leap year. And don’t forget the extra second they are tacking onto the end of this year.
1. When I Grow Up - The Pussycat Dolls
2. Womanizer - Britney Spears
3. I Kissed a Girl - Katy Perry
4. Lollipop - Lil’ Wayne and Static Major
5. Damaged - Danity Kane
6. Higher - Heidi Montag
7. So What - P!nk
8. Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya) - Ashlee Simpson
9. Official Girl - Cassie featuring Lil’ Wayne
10. Break the Ice - Britney Spears
11. 4 Minutes - Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland
12. Can't Believe It - T-Pain featuring Lil’ Wayne
13. Like Me - Girlicious
14. I'm So Paid - Akon, Lil’ Wayne, and Young Zeezy
15. In the Ayer - Flo Rida featuring will.i.am
16. Ur So Gay - Katy Perry
17. Something In Your Mouth - Nickelback
18. Single - New Kids on the Block featuring Ne-Yo
19. Spotlight - Jennifer Hudson
20. Hot N Cold - Katy Perry
21. Chopped N Skrewed - T-Pain featuring Ludacris
22. Nine In the Afternoon - Panic at the Disco
23. Handlebars - Flowbots
24. Feels Like Tonight - Daughtry
25. Got Money - Lil’ Wayne featuring T-Pain
26. Dangerous - Kardinal Offishall featuring Akon
27. Elevator - Flo Rider
28. What About Now - Daughtry
29. Circus - Britney Spears
30. One Step At a Time - Jordin Sparks
31. Summertime - New Kids on the Block
32. Over You - Daughtry
33. Love In This Club - Usher featuring Young Jeezy
34. Fly On the Wall - Miley Cyrus
35. Sorry - Buckcherry
36. Put On - Young Jeezy featuring Kanye West
37. The Time of My Life - David Cook
38. Falling Down - Scarlett Johansson
39. Pocketful of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield
40. Crush - David Archuleta
Monday, July 21, 2008
The Espy's are so foolproof, even when they get athletes to host it still is pretty entertaining. That adage is put to the test this year when they get Justin Timberlake, who bombed when he team hosted with Stifler at the MTV Movie Awards a couple years back. But let us star
t off with the pre-show first.
- Holy Chris Connelly sighting!
- Erin Andrews has to be one of the most underrated hot chicks out there today. Any of those lame lists by lame magazines that countdown chick and don’t have her in the top ten just isn’t credible. With that said, someone should tell her that the word “bling” died five years ago.
- The Top 5 Meetings need to make it on YouTube sooner than later.
- How does Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo make the Dynamic Duos list? She is the reason his team lost.
- An Under Armour CEO interview? Seriously?
- Adrian Peterson had his draft position drop just by wearing his hat like Antwain Merriwheather.
- Wow, the Espy’s actully started on time this year.
- I know I say this every year, but no award show’s clip package comes close to the ESPY’s.
- Justin Timberlake may not be able to tell a joke, but the Bill Belichicken was funny.
- As much as I love seeing the Giants beat the Patriots over and over again, but Appalachian State was the true biggest upset. And the won on the opposing team, not a neutral site like the Super Bowl.
- They don’t even show the nominees for Best Record Breaking Performance, just give it to Brett Farve. I guess having Big Head Barry also in the category doesn’t make you want to acknowledge him.
- It is not a good sign when you are out acted by Greg Oden. Can we get him to host next year? And that musical number went way too long.
- Who was the nerd sitting next to Kristen Bell? If they need a nerd next to her, why not ask me?
- Suggesting to dig up Harry Carey: not funny.
- Have I ever told the time I met and annoyed Posh Spice?
- Now for the best part of every ESPY’s the Arthur Ashe Award of Courage. But why is Tom Cruise narrating the story of Tommy Smith John and Carlos. Tom aside, the package had a History Channel feel to it.
- Is it ironic that Jason Taylor saying he was doing something to piss off Bill Parcells the day he got traded?
- Jimmy V Award for Perseverance presented by Robin Roberts, someone who know a little about Perseverance. Be sure to check out Jimmyv.org.
- I have no clue what Adriana Lima was doing at the ESPY's, I am just glad she was.
- On the other end of the spectrum, who invited Fergie?
- In the end the New York football Giant complete their sweep winning Best Sweep, Upset, Play and Team. Wait, what, they actually did not win Best Team? Did not see that one coming. But that going to the Boston Celtics does not help the ESPN criticism that they have a New York/Boston bias.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
The Rock and Roll of Fame Induction Ceremony has been, since its inception, one the most reliable entertaining show on the awards calendar. But I think starting with this year it is going to get hit or miss and we will be lucky for two great acts being inducted in the same year. It really wasn’t a good sign that this year was headlined by The Dave Clark Five which would have anyone my age or younger asking, “Who?” Granted John Mellencamp, or even Madonna, deserved a higher billing, but that may just be my age bias. Here are some more thoughts on last night’s ceremony and inductees of which you can see in an edited version on VH1 on a week from Saturday:
- Up first is the songwriting team of Gamble and Huff who make the first of two Elliot Spitzer jokes of the night. Seriously, how does a guy that has busted a few prostitution rings in his day not realize just how he could get caught? But anyways, you may Gamble and Huff from such great songs as Me and Mrs. Jones and If You Don’t Know Me By Now.
- Harmonica player Little Walter is next in and shows just how much my harmonica knowledge goes when I expected the dude from Blues Traveler to show up to pay tribute.
- Only two classic cuts and if there was a year that needed the extra classic cuts, this would be it.
- The Ventures make a rare instrumental induction into the Hall (Booker T and the MG’s are the only other ones off the top of my head). Granted the band is way before my time.
- Leonard Cohen is another odd choice for induction, Songwriter Hall of Fame, definitely, Hallelujah is on of the best songs ever written; Rock Hall, that’s a stretch.
- Ever since she was announced as an inductee, I have been going back and forth on whether she deserved it. Yeah she left a lasting impact on the music industry, but for the most part it wasn’t a good one. And after hearing Justin Timberlake induct her, I fall firmly on that she doesn’t deserve in. But it was almost worth it to hear Iggy Pop perform for her. Just keep in mind that unlike Madonna, Iggy isn’t in himself or with The Stooges.
- Seeing Billy Joel induct John Mellencamp was going back to my ealy childhood as that was basically all I listen to back then, only Bruce Springsteen was missing. And they ended up giving the best speeches of the night. Wished John would have invited someone, anyone onstage with him though.
- And you thought Iggy Pop singing Madonna was weird, Joan Jett doing The Dave Clarke Five was almost as odd a choice. Which then led to the most boring all-star jam I’ve witness. But I guess that will happen when there are not that many stars in attendance.
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Before I get to your favorite songs of the year I first want to mention that just before Christmas I had ordered a gift for someone through Amazon and among the usual spam advertising slips that they stuff into their boxes there was an envelope where you can place old cell phones to send to the troops. So if you got a new cell phone for Christmas or are just like me and is a pack rat who keeps everything for no reason and had three just lying around collecting dust, please check out this website: Cell Phones for Soldiers to see where you can send any of your unused cell phones. They say the phone can be in any condition and don’t even need to still have a battery.
Last year was the first time I ever let you my readers influences the 9th Green (aside from the occasional pandering for comments) and this year I got four times more responses than last. Thanks to each and everyone who took time to compile your favorite songs of the year to make this list possible. With the more responses I think this ended up being a better list for the most part than last year. This year Rihanna was as close to consensus as it got this year being the only artist appearing on more than half of the lists I received. Keep in mind this list is solely your opinions and I in no way influenced it as I will be unveiling my favorite 100 songs of the year coming this Sunday. But here are your favorites:
1. Umbrella - Rihanna featuring Jay-Z
2. Stronger - Kanye West
3. Rehab - Amy Winehouse
4. Young Folks - Peter Bjorn and John
5. The Way I Are - Timbaland featuring Keri Hilson and D.O.E.
6. Radio Nowhere - Bruce Springsteen
7. 1234 - Feist
8. What Goes Around.../...Comes Around - Justin Timberlake
9. Again & Again - The Bird and the Bee
10. U + Ur Hand - P!nk
11. Love Song - Sarah Bareilles
12. Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)... - Jay-Z
13. Bonafied Lovin - Chromeo
14. It's Not Over - Daughtry
15. Hey There Delilah - Plain White T's
16. Lost - Michael Bublé
17. Must Be the Moon - !!!
18. Icky Thump - The White Stripes
19. Makes Me Wonder - Maroon 5
20. Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne
21. The Ain't a Scene, it's an Arms Race - Fall Out Boy
22. Where I Stood - Missy Higgins
23. Stranger - Hilary Duff
24. Apologize - OneRepublic and Timbaland
25. The Man - Pete Yorn
Sunday, December 23, 2007
It seems as the years go by the music on the radio gets worse and worse thanks in part this year to karaokers, mom rockers, pseudo-punk rockers, and ringtone rappers that polluted the air worse than any Hummer. And can we please stop inviting Akon to sing on every song? In honor of the top 40 radio stations that have ruined radio here are the forty worst songs of the year even though I bet playlists are down to 25-30 songs these day.
Before I get into the worst of this year, I would like to make a special mention of Outta My Head (Ay Ya Ya) by Ahslee Simpson which is too new to make this list but has certainly set the bar pretty high (or low depending how you look at it) for the Worst Songs of 2008. But anyways. Feel free to leave the songs that really irritated you this year in the comment section and of course if you disagree with any of my selections, you have the power to influence the 9th Green Reader’s Favorite Songs of 2007 Poll:
1. This Is Why I’m Hot - Mims
2. Big Girl’s Don’t Cry (Personal) - Fergie
3. Piece of Me - Britney Spears
4. It’s Not Over - Daughtry
5. Straight to the Bank - 50 Cent
6. Let Me Talk to You (Prelude) / My Love - Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.
7. Lip Gloss - Lil’ Mama
8. Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’) - T-Pain featuring Yung Joc
9. U and Ur Hand - P!nk
10. A Bay Bay - Hurricane Chris
11. I Don’t Wanna Be in Love (Dance Floor Anthem) - Good Charlotte
12. Ayo Technology - 50 featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland
13. Home - Daughtry
14. Bartender - T-Pain featuring Akon
15. Whatever U Like - Nicole Scherzinger featuring T.I.
16. Gimme More - Britney Spears
17. Amusement Park - 50 Cent
18. Tattoo - Jordin Sparks
19. The Sweet Escape - Gwen Stefani featuring Akon
20. Glamorous - Fergie featuring Ludacris
21. I Get Money - 50 Cent
22. Chocolate Rain - Tay Zonday
23. Teenagers - My Chemical Romance
24. Crack That (Soulja Boy) - Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
25. Come to Me - Diddy featuring Nicole Scherzinger
26. Love Stoned / I Think She Knows Interlude - Justin Timberlake
27. Cloths Off!!! - Gym Class Heroes featuring Patrick Stump
28. Over You - Daughtry
29. Sorry, Blame it On Me - Akon
30. Grace Kelly - MIKA
31. Who Knew - P!nk
32. Summer Love - Justin Timberlake
33. Better Than Me - Hinder
34. Walk it Out - Unk
35. Wait for You - Elliot Yamin
36. Don’t Matter - Akon
37. Break Anotha - Blake Lewis
38. So Hott - Kid Rock
39. Get Me Bodied - Beyoncé
40. Don’t Waste Your Time - Kelly Clarkson