Dance it out.
Dance it out.
They totally nailed it!
The year was 1999 and the music was ~damn good~. But can you still remember the words to the best songs of the year?
“Oh my god, Becky. Look at her butt…”
It turns out 1994 was the greatest year for music, ever.
Let your ears get lucky.
Sure, they’re probably the only one… but still!
Listen closely. (Because a sound engineer didn’t.)
Baby, I compare you to a kiss from a rose on the gray. Definitively ranked, for science!
“Let me be your hero.”
“I entered as a wrecking ball might.”
From White Zombie to The Bee Gees, there is something here for every taste.
Basically, we’re all horrible, horrible people.
Nobody has to know about your guilty pleasures anymore.
AKA lullabies for grown-ups.
Plus 9 super-effective remedies for lower-back pain, a guide to wearing sneakers with suits, and the week’s best new music and fashion.
Mixtapes are really flattering self-portraits, but the best ones are selfies of two.
It’s also a great cover!
PREPARE HEAD FOR BANGING.
Sorry in advance. NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN!
I am whatever you say I am.
“Now, let me at the truth which will refresh my broken mind.”
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. These are BuzzFeed’s funeral songs (playlist included).
Once you find out who you’re in sync with, you’ll be headed in the right direction.
If you danced to “Wake Me Up!”, “Stay The Night,” or “Animals” this year, you’ll definitely be adding these songs to your clubbin’ playlist.
“We have no gays and many broken toilets.” Turn it up!
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Trust me, you’ll never listen to “Bootylicious” the same way ever again. (via pleated-jeans.com)
Plus the 8 wackiest currencies based on memes, 6 winter chores that count as a workout, and a vending machine that dispenses salad.
It’s getting hot in here.