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Required Listening: The Best 2018 Trending Songs

It came as no surprise when Fifth Harmony announced earlier this year that they were taking an indefinite hiatus so all five members can pursue solo projects. Camila Cabello—who rose to fame via the girl group—dominated the pop charts with her self-titled album, Camila. She wasn’t the only musician who had a hell of a year: Ariana Grande, Drake, and a slew of artists new and old reminded us that pop can be cool. Besides, in this trash-fire of a world we live in, sometimes you just need a tune you can bop along to and forget your troubles. Here, our definitive list of 2018’s top feel-good pop songs, follow up this article if you are looking for professional Rap mixing and mastering services.

“Without Me” – Halsey

Halsey had herself a really, really great year, dropping several hit singles, including “Without Me,” the first she’s written under her real name, Ashley. Though fans thought she was referring to her ex G-Eazy in the lyrics (“Does it ever get lonely? / Thinking you could live without me”), she shut down rumors on Instagram and revealed the song was “a reflection of a combination of relationships I’ve been in, or watched the people I love go through.”

“Missing U” – Robyn

Robyn is back and giving us the electro-pop feels we’ve desperately been craving during her eight-year hiatus. And, you know, maybe, just maybe, it isn’t so bad we lost the love of our life because, well, Robyn is making us feel okay with this ’80s-inspired bop.

“Eastside” – Benny Blanco, Halsey, & Khalid

Like I said, Halsey had a pretty excellent year, collaborating with Benny Blanco and Khalid in the nostalgic “Eastside”—the kind of song you roll down the windows to when you’re home for the holidays, reminiscing about high school life…no matter how many years it’s been since you graduated.

“Thank U, Next” – Ariana Grande

Forget 2018…”Thank U, Next” will go down as one of the best pop songs of our time. Throughout the certified bop, Grande fearlessly name-drops her exes as she meditates on her full-circle journey to self-love. And those were just the lyrics. Even more iconic is the music video in which she reenacted scenes from beloved 2000s movies Legally Blonde13 Going on 30, Mean Girls, and Bring It On. Through her grief following the death of her ex Mac Miller and her breakup with fiancé Pete Davidson, the 25-year-old has produced incredible art.

“High Horse” – Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves has us questioning the true definition of country music with songs like “High Horse,” one of the hits on her highly-praised Golden Hour album, a wonderful, feel-good pop song that strays far from the classic country genre we’re used to (except for Musgraves’ charming slight twang, of course).

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