Sunday, September 28, 2014

Best Songs Of 2013: #20-16

20. "Underneath The Tree" by Kelly Clarkson

Who could bring a holiday song to the Best of 2013 list? What, Mariah who? NO! It's everyone's favorite Kelly Clarkson! Her Christmas album wasn't as spectacular as Leona Lewis's but Underneath The Tree is a holiday classic in the making and could easily overshadow "All I Want For Christmas Is You" if people would just give it one listen.

19. "Party Over" by Amelia Lily

This was the last great song Amelia Lily has had. It's also the last song she made with Xenomania. Unfortunately, those two facts appear to be connected. This fast-paced killer of a song was Amelia's third single and never reached the heights of her past songs despite being her best work yet. This led to Xenomania dropping her from their label and scrapping her potentially amazing album. Boo hoo, it was fun while it lasted right?

18. "Heart Attack" by Demi Lovato

Out of all the post-Disney stars to become musicians, Demi Lovato is really the only one that has true pop wonder at work. She has a killer voice that can tackle ballads as well as bangers. As with most people, the latter is much better and "Heart Attack" sealed the deal. If the chorus was just repeated for 4 minutes, it would still be in the top 20. Amazing.

17. "The Way" by Ariana Grande feat. Mac Miller

When you have a song that shoots straight to number one on iTunes in 3 hours, clearly you're doing something right. Ariana Grande had a lot of things going for her and thanks to her fans and that insane voice, she really has taken over the world. "The Way" just happened to be the beginning.

16. "Somebody Loves You" by Betty Who

Betty Who has been milking this song for well over a year now. It makes sense because the song is exceptional and made Betty a household name based on pure talent. And gay marriage proposals can only help careers. So all in all, good for you Betty Who!

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