Let it Be by James Bay. My favorite radio station plays it all the time saying it is an amazing song but it is so sad, whiny, depressing.
That's not pop, not really.(And that's why I don't listen to the radio . If I did, I might not like aforementioned song as much as I do)
I honestly only listen to one radio station that doesn't often play pop songs-except for exes and ohs. Oh man do I hate that song.
That song. I liked it. 200 listens ago.
Well it is a POPular song
Pretty much all of them.
"Work from home"
cheer leader, that one taylor swift song about the boy (yes this one is a joke), happy, stitches, happy, let it go (< does that one count?) the list goes on and on and on @Lewa @Chroniclerthat's a double post@Black_ViperI would like to see a full pantera version of dark horse with run D.M.C rapping, do you agree?
First off, #FlagItDontTagIt.
Second off, where is the double post?
Third off, this topic is VERY old. Some of the beginning posts where made before the Double Post rule was instated.
Any rap.I probably already said this, but it applies even more now.
This might not be a popular opinion, but Adele's songs drive me crazy. I really don't understand all the hype over "Hello". Why is she on the other side?? XD practically all her songs dive me nuts.
@Nyran I agree that a lot of sam smiths songs can be quite sad and depressive, but you should listen to "money on my mind" by him. It's more upbeat than his other works.
I alternate between find that song's hook extremely catchy and kinda of irritating. That being said, the song has a pretty good message.
With the exception of a few artists, rap is possibly at it's worst. It's less Rhythm And Poetry, and more "the Micro Machine guy having a stroke". I'm lookin' at you, Desiigner!
God, I hate panda.
It's decent background noise when I'm waiting for an ad on YouTube to finish or when I'm typing reply after reply.