Billboard Top 5 Songs Review (week of October 3rd)

It’s time for another review of the top 5 songs on the billboard charts. As we don’t tend to do reviews on singles, I’ll do a short review for each song here. LET’S GO!

  1. The Hills by The Weeknd

The Weeknd has been doing well on the charts, being consistent in the higher positions. ‘The Hills’ is lonelier and slower than his other song, ‘Can’t Feel My Face’, with a distorted track. The lyrics themselves aren’t bad either, and I quite enjoyed it.

Give The Flak Rating: 7.5/10, Positive

2. What Do You Mean? by Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber, after his roast on Comedy Central, has cleaned up his act, and this song has come. The repetitive beat is accompanied by a nice tune, and the lyrics, while repeating much of the same things, are good.

Give The Flak Rating: 7/10, Positive

3. Can’t Feel My Face by The Weeknd

The Weeknd has another song on this list, and I like it. Not enough that I can’t feel my face, but it’s a good time. The beat is fun to dance to, and while the lyrics don’t make a hell of a lot of sense, I like them.

Give The Flak Rating: 7.8/10, Positive

4. Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) by Silento

A song that has been the centre of jokes as of recent time, it has received way more attention than it ever needed. While all the dances on YouTube of them are great, it’s bad. Just bad. It’s a meaningless, stupid song that’s overrated.

Give The Flak Rating: 2/10, Flak

5. Good For You by Selena Gomez ft. A$AP Rocky

Selena Gomez has matured (which is weird, because she still looks like a 13 year old), and so has her music. I really like this song. Selena’s croaky vocals complements the smooth and dark track in the background. The lyrics are fine, as well. To be honest, I prefer the version of the song without A$AP Rocky, but I don’t really mind his inclusion in the song that much.

Give The Flak Rating: 8/10, Rave

They’re my reviews of the songs on the Billboard charts!

-KT

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