“Rolling Stone” publishes Top 100 songs of the XXI century
In July edition, the American magazine “Rolling Stone” has published the list of 100 best songs of this century until these moments we speak. In the first place is the “Crazy in love” song that was part of Beyonce’s solo debut album. The Rolling Stone magazine states that “a tremendous amount of music” was produced in the year 2000 and that “we have had the chance to assist” in the debut of some stars such as Beyonce, Drake or Adele, as well as some of the stars that were confirmed as Beck , Outkast or U2. In the top five places, besides Beyonce stand Planes, “the group M.I.A. (2): “Seven Nation Army”, and The White Stripes (3) and “Hey Ya!” By Outkast (4). Jay-z is in the fifth place with the song “99 Problems.” In the female artists whose songs lie in the first places is Lady Gaga with “Bad Romance” (21), the late Amy Winehouse with “Rehab” ), British Adele, with Rolling in the Deep (8), and Latin American artists are included in this prestigious list of artists, producers, critics and record label industry experts. Daddy Yankee is ranked in the 100th place with “Gasolina”, which the American magazine has described as “a point where reggaeton music has climbed into world music”. place 85 shows “My shot” a song written by the playwright, songwriter and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda born in New York, of Puerto Rican origin for the music “Hamilton.” In place 59 is “Bodak Yellow” that angle left by Cardi B.