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On March 9, 2021, Posted by , In Celebs, With Comments Off on What are the top songs of 2021?

What are the top songs of 2021?

That’s the question many are asking as the music industry prepares to enter what many believe will be a major decade of growth.

With the release of albums from artists such as Kanye West and Rihanna, the hopes for the music industry seem to be growing.

However, with so many potential artists and songs to choose from, how does one sift through the sea of potential music for the new century?

In order to make this task easy, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most popular songs of the coming decade.

The first song on the list is from One Republic.

While it may not be the song that initially jumps to mind when thinking about what are the top songs of the next decade, “Constant Heartache” certainly fits in the criteria.

The slow-paced rock song is one that begs to be played over again.

With instruments bouncing off the walls and a choir screaming its way into the mix, this should be a song that gets played at least once by each member of each family during Thanksgiving dinner.

It would also be a good one to show up at family celebrations throughout the year for maximum effect.

We next have the Chainsmokers’ song “A New Day”.

This song sounds more like something from an old Walt Disney movie than anything else.

A countdown of one’s life progresses up until the moment the last note is played, at which point that person is born.

Since Chainsmokers already has several hit songs to add to their catalog, this could prove to be another huge payday for them.

Plus, it would just be fun to see how many people around the world got to say that they were one hundred percent sure that the song was coming out when it did.

One other artist that needs to be mentioned on the list of what are the top songs offenders for the twenty-first century is Coldplay.

One of the most recognizable songs of all time is probably “Clocks” by Coldplay.

Not only does it rock the entire crowd (which is probably why it is on the list of what are the top songs offenders for the twenty-first century), but it also has the single word that sums up everything that comes after it: Clocks.

No matter if someone wants to make a clock out of something else, like a bunch of balloons, or if they want to stick with the time-line theme, this song still hits it perfectly.

If you need an explanation of how to get your song on the radio and how this song works, then you should probably start listening to it right now.

There is no other band in the world that hits a home run song as Coldplay does and there is no other artist that has made music that will stay on the radio for an entire decade and gain popularity as quickly as Coldplay has done.

Finally, I am going to go out on a limb and say that I think James Blunt’s “Wendy” could end up being the most popular song of the twenty-first century.

While it does not technically have the words “What are the top songs offenders for the twenty-first century?” it is still a great song and it might be the one that ends up being the peak for the entire decade.

People have been debating which song is going to be the next “big thing.”

Some people think Adele’s “Daddy Don’t Live In New York” is the next big thing while others think Rihanna’s “crossing the six o’clock” is the sound of the future.

With so many great songs that have come before it can be hard to decide which is the greatest.

But until the day when we can officially crown an “Album Of The Year,” the best songs of the year will remain the songs that inspire us and make us happy.

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