The best and worst songs of 2016 according to Time
Time magazine at the end of the year published two music ratings: "10 best songs of the year" and "10 worst songs" of the outgoing 2016. Curious?
Then let's start with the best. There was no equal Beyonce. Hit Formation from the album Lemonade was recognized as the most audacious song for all the work of Queen Bee and took the first line of the rating. Closed the top ten Kanye West with his scandalous song Famous. Scandalous thanks to a video clip that united in the same bed Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose, Anna Wintour and other celebrities. The complete list is as follows:
"10 best songs of 2016"
1 place: Beyonce - Formation
2 place: The 1975 - The Sound
3rd place: Don Richard - Not Above That
4th place: Chance the Rapper - No Problem
5th place: Fifth Harmony, Ty Dolla $ ign - Work from Home
6th place: Big Baby D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty - Broccoli
7 place: Whitney - No Woman
8th place: Joyce Manor - Fake I.D.
9th place: Mac Miller, Anderson .Paa - Dang!
10 place: Kanye West - Famous
In the list of worst songs of the year, places were also distributed according to merit. The top ten was led by Justin Timberlake with the soundtrack for the Trolls cartoon film Can’t Stop The Feeling. "Sad obsessive melody that has got us this summer," - put their "diagnosis" in Time, despite all the efforts of Justin to be sweet and cheerful.In addition to Timberlake, Britney Spears got into the top 10 with the Private Show (for what sounds like a parody of herself), Fall Out Boy & Missy Elliott with the song Ghostbusters (I'm Not Afraid) (for indistinct "reboot" of the good old Soundtrack from Ghostbusters) and Megan Traynor. The latter managed to light up the list twice already (in 2nd place with Mom - for the terrible rhyme of “mom” with “bomb”, and on the 8th place - with No, for the unsuccessful attempt to apologize for their antifeminist creativity).