M.O.G.’s Top 20 Songs of 2010!
December 15, 2010, 1:11 am
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2010 has been a great year for music, and we’ve seen many great artist’s finally get the success they deserve. We recently revealed our favorite albums of the year, and now we’ve come up with what we here are MuscicOverGunz think were the hottest songs of the year. Whether they made you want to break your head through a car window, made you want to get up a dance, or brought tears to your eyes. These songs surely made an impact this year…at least to us.

20. VV Brown – “Shark In The Water

From beginning to end, this song forces you to sing with all your might. The genius chorus will be remembered for years to come.


19. Robyn – “Indestructible” (Acoustic)

We never could’ve thought that a song about being in the club could be so heartbreaking, but that’s exactly what Indestructible is. From the amazing violin to the stunning lyrics like “A Freeze frame of your eye in the strobe light, sweat dripping down from your eye, hold tight, don’t let go”, this song won our hearts over.


18. The Ting Tings – “Hands”

“Clap your hands if your working too hard!” – Enough said.


17. Deerhunter – Don’t Cry

We weren’t as pleased with Deerhunter’s latest effort “Halcyon Digest”, but there is no doubt that “Don’t Cry” is an amazing track. An emotional, ghostly track with some great inspirational lyrics.

16. Rick Ross – “Aston Martin Music”

A great feel-good track featuring the man of the moment, “Drake”, and one of today’s best vocalist “Chrisette Michele”. Finally, a song successfully captures the essence of 90’s hip-hop with a modern feel.


15. Scissor Sisters – “Fire With Fire”

Scissor Sister’s gave us a fantastic 80’s inspired album this year, but hands down the most original song on the album is “Fire With Fire”. Just the single cover alone makes it deserve to be on the list.


14. Miguel – “All I Want Is You”

Who didn’t fall in love with this song? Miguel has brought some listenable R&B back. We were getting tired of hearing the same wannabe nonsense from Chris Brown and Trey Songz.


13. Katy Perry – “California Gurls”

This song ruled the summer, whether you liked it or not. It will be remembered as one of the best Pop songs of all time, and we can’t disagree.


12. Gorillaz – “Stylo”

Gorillaz and Mos Def was a genius idea, and it worked out great. The music video is one of the best of the year, and so is the song.


11. Cee-Lo Green – “Fuck You”

If you didn’t hear this song at least 200 times this year, then you were living under a rock. You can’t help but like this song, even if it’s a tad bit unoriginal. Just writing about the song makes me want to go play again. Message to Cee-Lo: “Ooh, I really hate yo’ ass right now.”


10. Kid Cudi – “Mr. Rager”

This list wouldn’t be complete with a song from the amazing sophomore album by Kid Cudi. “Mr. Rager” is Cudi’s theme song, but I don’t think he’ll mind if some fans make it theirs too.


9. Janelle Monae – “Tightrope”

We would include every song from “ArchAndroid” on our list if we could, but that wouldn’t be too fair. “Tightrope” didn’t get the success it deserved on radio, but it’s Grammy nomination probably makes up for it. I still haven’t learned how to do “The Tightrope”, but the song still rocks!


8. Neon Trees – “Animal”

The catchiest song of the year. Too bad the rest of Neon Trees debut album didn’t live up to “Animal”.


7. Adele – “Rolling In The Deep”

The song was just released, but we couldn’t help putting it on this list. “Rolling In The Deep” is truly an epic song, and if it would’ve been released sooner, it definitely would’ve been higher on the list.


6. Big Boi – “Shutterbugg”

How could this song not be on anyone’s list. It’s truly one of the best hip-hop songs of all time, not to mention it’s also one of the best party anthems of all time as well.

5. of Montreal – “Sex Karma”

Kevin Barnes and Solange make the perfect duo, and it shows on this quirky, infectious track. This song has original all over it, and we like originality.


4. Willow Smith – “Whip My Hair”

Any song that had 50 year old women (and men) whipping their hair  all of the place deserves to be on this list.


3. Kings of Leon – “Radioactive”

Although I didn’t like Kings of Leon’s “Come Around Sundown”, I can’t deny that the greatness which is “Radioactive”.


2. Kanye West/Jay-Z/Nicki Minaj/Rick Ross – “Monster”

Featuring the best verses of the year by Nicki, Jay-Z, and Rick Ross, “Monster” has proved to biggest hip-hop extravaganza of the year.


1. Robyn – “Dancing On My Own”

Robyn is hands down the queen of 2010, with 2 amazing album’s that have every other pop singer terrified. “Dancing On My Own” came as a shock to the world, and at first they didn’t get it, but now they do. “Dancing On My Own” is one of the best pop songs of all time, and we aren’t sure that any pop song this decade will be able to top it… lets see them try.


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