Each song has been added to Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Songs”
These are the songs that have been added to the Top 100 rolling rock magazine“The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” in its 2021 update – the first full review since the original 2004 list.
The post made a slight update in 2010, adding 25 songs from the 2000s and 1994 “Juicy” by notorious big At that time, the top 25 remained unchanged.
In September 2021, the music magazine gave the list a complete reboot.
Thirty songs have been added from 2010, and more than half of the entries have not appeared in either of the previous two releases. Some of the songs in the Top 100 of 2004 are either completely off the list.
“Fight Power” by Public Enemy (1989)
American hip-hop group Public Enemy ranked second in 2021 rolling rocklist after “Respect” Aretha Franklin Who’s #1. “Fight the Power” was written about racism, censorship, and civil liberties for the soundtrack to the popular 1989 movie Spike Lee. Do the right thing.
“Get Freak on” by Missy Elliot (2001)
rolling rock says that ‘Timbaland He delivers an amazing beat of bhangra while you throw Messi like some weird fan knows the world is listening.”
The song is now in the top 10 of all time, according to rolling rock.
“Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac (1977)
The highest newly added song entry is “Dreams” by British American rock band Fleetwood Mac Ranked 9, which was #1 in the US, back in 1977.
“Crazy in Love” by Beyoncé (2003)
The song created Beyonce As the biggest star of the century, and a musical force, he was added to the list in the revised 2010 edition.
rolling rock He says that producer Rich Harrison “created the song’s rhythm around a horn sample taken from Chi Lights’ song” Are You My Lady? (He told me so), “but he kept it in the box until the right artist found his record.”
“Dancing On My Own” by Robin (2010)
The highest entry for a newly added song from 2010 is “Dancing On My Own” at number 20.
according to rolling rockThe song is “the killer single that elevated it to something approaching the stature of a generation’s voice among America’s burning youth.”
“Dancing on My Own” gained momentum in 2010 and was part of the soundtrack to an unforgettable scene in HBOGILRS.
“Runaway” by Kanye West, 2010
“Runaway” is Kanye’s musical response to Taylor Swift A controversy (interrupted by the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards during her acceptance speech) but also a nine-minute personal meditation on failed relationships and public shame. The song is “toast to the douchebags.”
Eleven years ago, there was no other song compared to Runaway, and in 2021, rolling rock The song was listed at number 25 on the greatest songs of all time.
“Royals” by Lord (2011)
Royals ranks 30th in the world rolling rock“The 500 Best Songs of All Time”. When the song Longing for Wealth and Fame was released, it went straight to #1 on the US charts.
“Seven Nation Army” by White Stripes (2003)
In Rolling Stone’s 2010 updated version of the RS500, the song was listed at number 286, and in its latest update for 2021, the song Seven Nation Army was listed at number 36.
In 2018, the song ranked third in the “100 Greatest Songs of the 21st Century”.
“Outkast” by BOB (2000)
“Everyone was playing music like they all had the same formula: E = MC2. Outkast was an idea before it was a song,” André 3000 and Big Boi said of the song.
“Allright” by Kendrick Lamar (2015)
Kendrick Lamar “Okay” was released in the spring of 2015 and the song became very popular with Black Lives Matter Movement The movement, activists across America could be heard chanting “We’ll be fine.”
“Kites” from MIA (2008)
MIA said of the hip-hop song, “The other songs on the chart were Katy Perry and the Jonas Brothers, and then I saw Paper Planes, and that’s great because there’s hope.”
Kites are included in rolling rock “The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time” and ranked second on their 2018 list of the “100 Greatest Songs of the Century – So Far”.
Radiohead’s “Idioteque” (2000)
The words “Idioteque” can be interpreted in many ways due to its ambiguity, it refers to the “ice age” and to technological trends whose sole object is greed.
rolling rock He says that “the band built a swinging glitch synth, propelled by some of the most vocal Thome Yorke ever stunned. In a way, it became a pitch-bitch and live-rock moment.”
It ranked 33 on the magazine’s 2018 list of “The 100 Greatest Songs of the Century – So Far” and is now number 48, in the RS 500.
“Jasolina” by Daddy Yankee (2004)
The highest entry not in English is “Gasolina” at number 50.
He’s now the big “father” of all Reggaetonros, but in 2004 he was one of those who helped Reggaeton go global. rolling stones “The Puerto Rican rapper was in San Juan when he heard a man shout, ‘Echa, mija, como te gusta la gasolina!'” he says. – A hilarious phrase thrown at girls who seek to ride their finest rides to get to parties.!
“Work” by Missy Elliott (2000)
Number 56 is the song “Work it” by the American rapper Missy ElliotHer biggest hit. A hip-hop song written by Missy Elliott and produced by Tim Timbaland Mosley.
“All too Well” by Taylor Swift (2012)
In number 69 is Taylor SwiftSong breakup song. “It was a day when I was like a broken human walking into rehearsal, just freaking out about what was going on in my personal life,” Swift said. rolling rock, referring to the origins of “All Too Well”.
“Shaping” Beyoncé (2016)
An anthem of black power, it opened a discussion about culture, racism, and politics. It is listed at number 73 in the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and rolling rock The video was also called the “Greatest Music Video Ever” in 2021.
“Common People” by Pulp (1995)
The new entry at #75 is this classic from the Britpop heyday. Pulp’s “Common People” is a classic of the ’90s Britpop culture movement, and was a huge hit in 1995 when it was released. Good songs never get old.
“Back to Black” by Amy Winehouse (2006)
Emotional singing style Amy bar The lyrics made “Back to Black” a favorite of critics and fans.
The song entered the Billboard Hot 100 album chart at number 7, and Amy Winehouse became the highest-charting British female artist for the first time in the history of the US Albums Chart.
“Rolling in the Deep” by Adele (2011)
AdeleThe song “Rolling in the Deep” is ranked #8 on rolling rock List of the “100 Greatest Songs of the Twenty-first Century”.
It was also the 2011 Billboard Year End Hot 100 Number One Single and at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, it won Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Short Music Video.
“All My Friends” by LCD Sound System (2007)
87 on the list is “All My Friends” by Brooklyn’s American rock band, LCD Soundsystem. “All My Friends” is a fun anthem to celebrate all those bad decisions we made, as in the end, they all add up to the Book of Life.
“International Players Anthem (I Choose You)” by UKG (2007)
The song was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group and was at number 10 rolling rockList of Top 100 Songs of 2007. In 2021, rolling rock The song was listed at number 91 on the list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
“Since U Have Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson (2004)
Rolling Stone ranked it at number 482 of the 500 greatest songs of all time in 2010, and at number 93 in the latter ranking. “Since U Gone” was a commercial success written by Max Martin and Lucas “Dr. Luke” Gottwald who originally wrote it for Pink.
“Wonderwall” by Oasis (1995)
One of the most popular Oasis songs and according to the two brothers from Manchester, UK, the song describes an “imaginary friend who will come and save you from yourself”.
Rolling Stone says that the song “earns at least $1 million annually and surpassed a billion streams from Spotify in 2020.”
At number 95, “Wonderwall” is now one of the 500 greatest songs ever created.
“99 Problems” by Jay-Z (2003)
“If you don’t like my words, you can press fast forward, we have a radio if I don’t play them. They don’t play my songs, well, I don’t give a** a sound.”
But critics loved Jay-Z’s lyrics so much that “99 Problems” came in second rolling rockThe top 100 hits of the 2000s and 172nd on the RS500 Updated 2010 list. In its most recent 2021 clean-up, it was listed at No. 96.
rolling rock Definitely like your words, Jay-Z.