1. See You Again by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth
Wiz never was good at grooving,
And though he showed signs of improving,
I wasn‘t prepared
To realize there‘d
Be a Wiz song that‘s actually moving.
2. Uptown Funk! by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
What more really need be said?
Is this ground that I need to retread?
Uptown Funk is great,
And I appreciate
That even now, it stays ahead.
3. Trap Queen by Fetty Wap
When on the charts this first appeared,
It had too many flaws to be cheered,
But I have to embrace
That the charts still have space
For something just this goddamn weird.
4. Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey) by The Weeknd
So all of that sweet movie money
Makes something less melting than runny.
And I‘d lay it low,
If that darn video
Weren‘t so unwittingly funny.
5. Sugar by Maroon 5
It‘s still the same song it was then
From the world‘s douchiest men.
But now Derulo‘s got
The same song, come to naught.
So why do we need this again?
6. Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding
Once, Goulding was worthy of praise,
And her EDM would amaze.
But I can‘t recommend
This latest, dull blend.
Remember “Lights?“ Those were good days…
7. Shut Up And Dance by WALK THE MOON
This looked annoying, at a glance,
With MPDGs and romance,
But in spite of my doubt,
Somehow it works out,
And really makes me want to dance.
8. Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
Last year, Ed Sheeran would wow,
And stood, tall and proud, at the prow.
And yet he wants to prove
He can still lose the groove.
You can stop being so boring now.
9. G.D.F.R. by Flo Rida feat. Sage the Gemini & Lookas
Flo Rida‘s work‘s never been strong,
So I won‘t linger on this too long.
Not one to believe in,
Turns out it‘s not even
That good as a Flo Rida song.
10. Want to Want Me by Jason Derulo
I thought Derulo took a dive,
But with this song, he‘s still alive.
I‘ll put this concisely:
The song sounds precisely
Like “Sugar“ by Maroon 5