Arquivo da categoria ‘Top 100’

A cantora Beyoncé em Atenas. (Foto: Reuters)
A música “Crazy in love”, da cantora Beyoncé, foi eleita a melhor canção da década pelos críticos do semanário inglês “NME”.

O single de 2003, que tem a participação do rapper Jay-Z, foi anunciado nesta quarta (25) como o primeiro lugar de uma lista de 100 composições escolhidas.

“Time to pretend”, do MGMT, ficou em segundo lugar, enquanto “Hard to explain”, dos Strokes, ficou em terceiro.

A lista inclui ainda artistas como a cantora MIA, o Outkast (que aparece duas vezes), Blur, Arcade Fire, Rihanna, Hot Chip, entre outros.

Confira a seguir as 20 canções mais votadas:

1. Beyoncé – “Crazy in love”
2. MGMT – “Time to pretend”
3. The Strokes – “Hard to explain”
4. MIA – “Paper planes”
5. Outkast – “Hey ya!”
6. The Rapture – “House of jealous lovers’
7. Klaxons – “Golden skans”
8. Blur – “Out of time”
9. Arcade Fire – “Rebellion (lies)”
10. Arctic Monkeys – “A certain romance”
11. The Libertines – “Can’t stand me now”
12. The Streets – “Dry your eyes”
13. The Walkmen – “The rat”
14. The White Stripes – “Seven nation army”
15. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “Bang”
16. Rihanna – “Umbrella”
17. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “Maps”
18. Outkast – “Ms Jackson”
19. Radiohead – “Reckoner”
20. Hot Chip – “Over and over”

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Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson will make history on this week’s Billboard Hot 100, to be posted tomorrow (Jan. 29) on Billboard.com, with the largest leap to No. 1 in the chart’s 50-year history.

Her new single, “My Life Would Suck Without You,” is set to rocket 97-1 after selling 280,000 digital downloads in its first week of availability. The song is also faring well at radio, jumping 58-38 on the Hot 100 Airplay chart and 27-18 on the Mainstream Top 40 list.

“My Life” introduces Clarkson’s March 17 RCA album “All I Ever Wanted.” This is the second time the artist has set the record for largest jump to No. 1. She took her “American Idol” victory song, “A Moment Like This,” 52-1 on the chart dated October 5, 2002.

That mark lasted nearly five years until Maroon 5 soared 64-1 with “Makes Me Wonder” in May 2007 and had been broken four more times since, most recently by Britney Spears’ “Womanizer” (96-1).

“My Life” is Clarkson’s first No. 1 since her debut single, though she has placed six other songs in the top 10 during this time, including the No. 2-peaking “Since U Been Gone” in April 2005.

“Never Again”, the first single from her last set, the relatively poor performing “My December,” opened at No. 8 on the Hot 100 in the May 5, 2007, issue, starting with 107,000 downloads, and spending a total of two weeks in the top 10