Beyoncé tops the rankings of the century’s best romantic songs; Checklist Rolling Stone

Beyoncé tops the rankings of the century’s best romantic songs;  Checklist Rolling Stone

Beyoncé topped Billboard’s list of the most romantic songs of the 21st century

Beyonce It won the podium for Best Romantic Song of the 21st Century, according to painting. The list contains 50 songs and was released in honor of Valentine’s Day, the equivalent of Valentine’s Day in the United States. The singer took first place with the song “Love is in the highest order.”

according to stadiumThe idea of ​​arrangement is to generate reflections on love songs and to show how the subject has lost space for paths around identity and personal struggles. The list includes other offers of this type such as “A thousand miles,” at Vanessa CarltonAnd the “As you are,” From Bruno MarsAnd the “adore you,” at Harry Stiles And the “love story,” Give Taylor Swift.

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The track that won first place for Beyonce It has sold over a million downloads in the US and has been among the most listened to in countries such as the UK, Australia, South Korea, and Japan. The singer also appeared in 12th place with “crazy in love” In cooperation with Jay Z. at the time of release, Beyonce Compared to Whitney Houston And the Michael Jackson Because of the 80s rhythm and mix of R&B and Hip-Hop.

Check out the top 10 songs in the list of the best romantic songs of the 21st century:

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10. Michael, “Adorn”
9. Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud”
8. The King Princess, 1950
7. Sade, “Next to You”
6. Harry Styles, “Adore You”
5. Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris, “We Found Love”
4. Alicia Keys, “f I Ain’t Got You”
3. Frank Ocean, “Thinkin Bout You”
2. Mariah Carey, “We Belong Together”
1. Beyoncé, “Love on Top”

Oscar 2022: What do you think of the Best Song for the Awards?

  • Be Alive – Dixson and Beyoncé (King Richard: Raising Champions)
  • “Down to Joy” – Van Morrison (Belfast)
  • “Dos Oruguitas” – Lin-Manuel Miranda (magician)
  • “No Time to Die” – Billie Eilish and Phineas O’Connor (007: No Time to Die)
  • “Somehow You Do” – Diane Warren (Four Good Days)

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