The second single from his next album is an 80s-fueled synth-tastic bop, and right up there with Dua Lipa’s ‘Don’t Start Now’ as the best song I’ve featured over the past two weeks.
Justin Bieber claims the 14th spot on this week’s Billboard Hot 100 with ‘Yummy,’ the first single from his upcoming album Changes. It has been five years since Bieber’s last album, the well-received Purpose, so expectations are high.
If ‘Yummy’ is any indication, we shouldn’t get too excited. This is a repetitive and nonsensical song, and another disappointing entry in one of the bleakest ‘What the Kids are Listening To’ segments.
My older daughter has sung DaBaby’s praises, as has President Obama, who included ‘Suge’ on his year-end list of the best music of 2020. So he comes highly recommended by people I love and admire.
Selena Gomez sits jsut outside the top ten with ‘Lose You To Love Me,’ a track that made it to #1 last year.
In the twelfth spot is another Roddy Ricch song, this time a collaboration with fellow Los Angeles rapper/DJ Mustard (whose album features this track). Based on the earlier cut, I have extremely low expectations for this song. Let’s see if it surprises me.
Coming off of her historic night at the Grammys, Billie Eilish has her second top ten hit with ‘everything i wanted,’ the latest single from her lauded debut album when we all fall asleep where do we go.
The previous single, ‘bad guy,’ made it to #1, while this one peaked at #8 and is currently sitting in the tenth spot.
I enjoyed Eilish’s 2017 EP Don’t Smile at Me quite a bit, but I haven’t warmed to this album. It has a few highlights, but too much of it is meandering and shapeless. This song has grown on me with repeat listens, though.