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I'm not one for ridiculously long profiles. But here's a few things that I like and don't like.
My favorite songs from 2016 (Only including Billboard Hot 100 top 40 hits)
10. "I Took A Pill in Ibiza" by Mike Posner. I've seen this song as #1 on a few people's list. While I don't think it's that good, I can still appreciate the level that Mike Posner was willing to go to.
9. "Cheap Thrills" by Sia featuring Sean Paul. Where the hell did Sia find Sean Paul? Did she just go to some Jamaican bar and bring him back with her? It's a song about not spending money and the end of the day, I love Cheap Thrills.
7. "Piece by Piece" by Kelly Clarkson. I never thought that Kelly Clarkson would have another hit after the disastrous "Invincible" and I never thought it would come from the irrelevant American Idol, but these two combined for something truly magical.
6. "Burning House" by Cam. I'm surprised that this song wasn't bigger. It uses amazing metaphors about a broken relationship.
5. "Think of You" by Chris Young and Cassadee Pope. To be frank, I really don't give a damn about Chris Young on this song. It's here solely for Cassadee. I wish that they had given her more than just half a verse because she is amazing. I also wish it had transferred into more success for her. If she had a single of own become a hit, it would have topped the list.
4. "When We Were Young" by Adele. Adele's always been an artist that liked but never loved. That was until I heard this song and it just stuck with me like no Adele song has before.
3. "Never Forget You" by Zara Larsson and MNEK. I once said that I never thought Zara Larsson would crossover into this country and I was wrong and I especially like this song. I just wish that it had transferred into more hits, but I don't think that window has closed just yet.
2. "Into You" by Ariana Grande. Probably one of two songs that everyone loves this year. Ariana is great and I considered giving her the top spot for the second year in a row, but it just didn't live up to the number one song.
1. "Starving" by Hailee Steinfeld, Grey, and Zedd. As soon as I heard this song, I loved it. I went to find out who was singing it right when I got home. It blends EDM with acoustic guitar perfectly and has some amazing lyrics to go along with amazing vocals. It made me think that Hailee could be a legitimate dual threat. Now I want a re-release of "Rock Bottom" to happen.