Some of the biggest songs from the last 20 years

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The term pop music refers to a type of popular music that originated during the 1950s in the UK and the US. It is commonly used interchangeably with the term popular music. Pop music includes various styles and genres. Pop music was influenced by various styles during the 1950s and 1960s. It also covered rock and roll. The two genres remained closely associated until the late 1960s when they started to be associated with songs that were more commercial and ephemeral.

The rules of pop were suddenly out the window during the early 2000s. A series of cultural shifts occurred due to the rise of the internet. One of these was the decline of the guitar-based music market. It was then that sophisticated pop production became more popular.

We’ve spent a lot of time listening to some of the biggest songs from the last 20 years, and we decided to rank them.

1. Beyoncé – “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” video

Even though we could have chosen another song by Beyoncé for this list, we still found something more compelling about her song. The combination of the song’s catchy vocal lines and super-sleek beats makes it an instant classic.

2. Rihanna – “Umbrella (Orange Version)” video ft. JAY-Z

Rihanna has become a part of pop’s DNA. She has a powerful voice and a singular personality, making her one of the most compelling artists of the last two decades. Although it’s a fool’s errand to choose one song from her catalog for the Hall of Fame, we believe that “Umbrella” is the best choice. It not only introduced the world to one of the most talented artists of the last two decades, but it also ushered in a new era of pop culture.

3. Taylor Swift – “Shake It Off” music video

The album “1989” marked a break from Taylor Swift’s country roots, and she became a pop star for the ages. The lead single, “Shake it Off,” was a resounding success, and it had former critics shaking their heads in disbelief. Even if you didn’t notice her awkward moves in the video, you were dancing along to the song in your office by all means. Taylor would continue to change her image in the following years.

4. Britney Spears – “Toxic” music video

‘Toxic’ was released in 2003 and features a seductive and unsettling vocal performance by Britney Spears. It’s a pop masterpiece that has been highlighted by the #FreeBritney movement, which highlights the horrific treatment she has been subjected to.  Even though it’s been almost two decades since the release of this song, it’s still a shocking and unsettling depiction of her personal life.

5. Adele – “Rolling in the Deep” music video

When she was 21 years old, Adele released her song, “Rolling in the Deep,” which became an international hit. Her soaring voice and the subject matter of her song, about a broken heart, earned her two Grammy Awards.

6. Katy Perry – “Firework” music video

‘Firework’ by Katy Perry was her third release from her 2010 album, “Teenage Dream.” It was a huge success, and it earned her multiple Grammy Award nominations. In 2011, it was also named Video of the Year by MTV. The following year, it was featured in James Franco and Seth Rogen’s movie, “The Interview.”

7. Outkast – “Hey Ya!” music video

In addition to being one of the most successful songs of the last decade, “Firework” marked a break from the rap game for Outkast. In an unexpected turn, André 3000 decided to become a bandleader for the song. This move further proved that he was capable of doing anything.

8. The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” music video

Since the release of his previous song, “Can’t Feel My Face,” The Weeknd has been a pop star. However, with the release of “Blinding Lights,” he took things to a whole new level. This song, produced by Pharrell, became a huge success for the superstar artist.

9. Robyn – “Dancing On My Own” music video

Few songs can capture the catharsis of Robyn’s “Dancing on My Own,” which is an emotional roller-coaster that has become one of the most popular songs of all time. The dance floor will always fill up after the opening synth-smash hit, and the entire song will also have the entire crowd singing along with the lyrics.

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