A bunch of grade-A pop music that didn't get enough love last year, listed alphabetically by artist.
Hello, is it too late now to say that we're cool for the summer?
All of the love songs we loved this year.
There was some Grade A beef this year.
Janet and Janelle and Erykah, oh my.
You probably killed it this year.
All hail the 6 God.
In no particular order.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Listed in no particular order.
A year in very, very large numbers.
Pour the drinks, bring the noise — it's time to recap the cringiest lyrics of the year!
Like this comment if you're watching in December.
"There's no way to travel two roads at once."
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The 30-year-old Canadian singer and songwriter behind one of the decade’s biggest hits made 2015’s best pure pop album. There was only one problem: Nobody bought it. Why she’s the perfect embodiment of our weird music moment.
Now that's some good hair.
So good they're unheard of.
When did we get so old???
We're not going to check to make sure you're on key or anything.
Presented in alphabetical order.
How sweet the sound.
All of these artists had hit songs this year, I promise.
SLAY, TORI! SLAY!!
It's Mimi's world and we're all just livin' in it.
All of the lyrics that made your heart flutter this year.
You've been singing a bunch of gibberish.
DAMN these people are rich.
Did you even listen to rap bro?
AND SHE DIDN'T EVEN DROP A FUCKING ALBUM!!!
Hey wassup hello.
Hello, it's Us.
"This is my fight song, take back my lysol."
An a cappella tribute to the year's best jams.
Bet you didn't know Wilson Phillips sang on "FourFiveSeconds."
They say that music's supposed to heal ya, but we ain't done much healing.
Time to sort the cheerleaders from the trap queens.