Rihanna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga … The 100 best choruses of the 21st century according to Billboard

Entertainment 25 April, 2017

Who has never sung on “Umbrella”, “Teenage Dream” or “Bad Romance”? Discover the 100 best choruses of the 21st century according to Billboard.
There are certain refrains that we do not forget, despite the years that pass … Whether it is in pop, rap or rock, we recognize a tube with its heady refrain and easy to remember! Take some recent hits like “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran, “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar, which explodes everything on YouTube or “Closer” by The Chainsmokers, they all share a simple and effective refrain! Today, it is the Billboard magazine that is interested in the 100 best refrains of the 21 st century and inevitably there are only tubes. To make things easier for you and not spend hours reading this long list, The editor of melty lists his favorites among all these refrains! Difficult to forget, for example , Bruno Mars ‘s “Grenade” refrain (87th) or even more vintage: “All the Things She Said” by the duo tAtU (85th), “The Thong Song” by Sisquo (84th) And the classic “Can not Fight the Moonlight” by LeAnn Rimes (83 rd).
We were told about it just before, “Closer” by The Chainsmokers is 73rd, ahead of Kanye West with “Runaway” (72) or Eminem with “The Slim Shady” (70). We love “Bad and Boujee” by Migos (66), “American Boy” by Kanye West and Estelle (56) or even with a bit of shame “Baby” by Justin Bieber (55). Also included in the list of the hundred best tunes of this century : “Born This Way” (50) and “Bad Romance” (17) Lady Gaga, “Firework” (40) and “Teenage Dream” (7) Katy Perry, “Royals” (34) Lorde, “Wrecking Ball” (10) Miley Cyrus, “Get Lucky” (33) Daft Punk and Pharrell, “Tik Tok” (31) Kesha, “What Makes You Beautiful” ( 27), One Direction, Crazy in Love (24) by Beyoncé, “Oops! … I Did It Again” by Britney Spears, “Rolling in the Deep” (15) by Adele, “Umbrella ” (12) from Rihanna or ” Chandelier ” (11) from Sia. Who is on the podium? “Mr. Brightside” (3) of The Killers, “