Year-End Billboard Hot 100 Ranked (2013)

NiktheWiz
The results of this chart surprised me to say the least.

Irredeemable:
100.) U.O.E.N.O - Rocko ft. Future & Rick Ross (It's about date rape; enough said)
99.) Love Me - Lil Wayne ft. Drake (One of Mike Will Made It's worst songs)

Abysmal:
98.) We Can't Stop - Miley Cyrus (This has to be one of the most soulless party songs of all time)
97.) Come & Get It - Selena Gomez (The fact that this isn't even the worst song on the album should say a lot)
96.) Pour It Up - Rihanna (Hello again, Mike Will)
95.) Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke ft. T.I. & Pharrell Williams (Rape or not, it still blows hard)
94.) Stared From the Bottom - Drake (More like started from the upper, am I right?)
93.) Buggati - Ace Hood ft. Future & Rick Ross (The distorted pencil sharpener effect is all that needs to be said)
92.) Scream & Shout - Will.i.am ft. Britney Spears (Fun fact: they took a lyric from LMFAO's Shots)
91.) #thatPOWER - Will.i.am ft. Justin Bieber (Will.i.am at his laziest)
90.) Cruise - Florida Georgia Line ft. Nelly (Before Body Like a Back Road, there was this)
89.) That's My Kind of Night - Luke Bryan (and this)
88.) Boys 'Round Here - Blake Shelton (and this, oh, and the Pistol Annies were put to waste on here)
87.) F-ing Problems - ASAP Rocky ft. Drake, 2 Chainz, and Kendrick Lamar (Wasted potential, mostly from Kendrick though)

Horrible:
86.) I'm Different - 2 Chainz (Says the rapper who follows a crap ton of luxury rap clichés)
85.) Harlem Shake - Baauer (This is why memes are so overrated)
84.) The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) - Ylvis (It's not even funny)
83.) Same Love - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (The message is great, but everything else blows)
82.) Locked Out of Heaven - Bruno Mars (Bruno at his most annoying)
81.) Treasure - Bruno Mars (Bruno at his most outdated)
80.) When I Was Your Man - Bruno Mars (Bruno at his most boring)
79.) Beauty and a Beat - Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj (Bad combo)

Bad:
78.) Best Song Ever - One Direction (I guess 23rd worst hit song of 2013 wasn't catchy enough)
77.) Let Her Go - Passenger (Zzzzz)
76.) Roar - Katy Perry (Sorry, Katy, but we did not need a powerless version of Girl on Fire)
75.) It Goes Like This - Thomas Rhett (Sooo... Thomas was around in 2013)
74.) Get Your Shine On - Florida Georgia Line (Eh, still better than Cruise)
73.) Body Party - Ciara (Ew)
72.) Berserk - Eminem (Em, you're great, but this isn't)
71.) I Cry - Flo Rida (That hook irritates the hell out of me)
70.) Crash My Party - Luke Bryan (Still better than his other hit)

Meh:
69.) I Knew You Were Trouble - Taylor Swift (Between this and the 1989 album, working with Max Martin was a terrible idea)
68.) 22- Taylor Swift (again, Max Martin)
67.) One More Night - Maroon 5 (I'd tolerate this if not for Adam's annoying singing)
66.) Thrift Shop - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (This would be alright if not for sax which keeps repeating itself over and over)
65.) The Other Side - Jason Derulo (Meh)
64.) Feel This Moment - Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera (Christina sounds great. Anything else?)

Mediocre:
63.) Daylight - Maroon 5 (This sounds like a car commercial)
62.) Sure Be Cool If You Did - Blake Shelton (Meh)

Decent:
61.) Ho Hey - The Lumineers (Wow, this one shrunk on me fast)
60.) Hold On, We're Going Home - Drake ft. Majid Jordan
59.) Stay - Rihanna (Not her best, but it's still alright)
58.) Don't You Worry Child - Swedish House Mafia ft. John Martin
57.) Love Somebody - Maroon 5
56.) Power Trip - J. Cole
55.) I Want Crazy - Hunter Hayes
54.) Wanted - Hunter Hayes
53.) Trouble Maker - Olly Murs ft. Flo Rida
52.) Downtown - Lady Antebellum
51.) Gangnam Style - Psy (After this, Psy's mega hits got progressively worse)
50.) I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding (Still better than you-know-what)
49.) Bad - Wale ft. Tiara Thomas
48.) Runnin' Outta Midnight - Randy Houser

Good:
47.) Heart Attack - Demi Lovato (Of the ex-Disney trio, Demi is easily the best of the three)
46.) Highway Don't Care - Tim McGraw ft. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban
45.) Hall of Fame - The Script ft. Will.i.am (When not even Will.i.am can drop this down much further, that's a good sign)
44.) Die Young - Kesha (It's the better version of Crazy Kids)
43.) Summertime Sadness - Lana Del Rey vs. Cedric Gervals (Not better than the original, but still serviceable)
42.) Try - Pink (Eh, Pink could've tried a little harder with this one)
41.) The Way - Ariana Grande ft. Mac Miller
40.) Clarity - Zedd and Foxes
39.) Diamonds - Rihanna
38.) Cups (When I'm Gone) - Anna Kendrick (What's so bad about this?)
37.) Wake Me Up - Aviicii
36.) Royals - Lorde (The music is so non-existent, but everything else is still nice)
35.) Safe and Sound - Capitol Cities
34.) Brave - Sara Bareilles (Not her best, but still better than Roar)

Great:
33.) Just Give Me a Reason - Pink ft. Nate Ruess (I'm really glad for Pink)
32.) #Beautiful - Mariah Carey (hashtag aside, this is great)
31.) Applause - Lady Gaga
30.) Holy Grail - Jay-Z ft. Justin Timberlake
29.) I Will Wait - Mumford & Sons
28.) Home - Phillip Phillips (It's really sad to see Phillip fall off the map after only a year and a half)
27.) Gone, Gone, Gone - Phillip Phillips
26.) Carry On - fun.
25.) Adorn - Miguel
24.) Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself) - Ne-Yo
23.) Wagon Wheel - Darius Rucker
22.) Wrecking Ball - Miley Cyrus (I'm actually starting to soften up on the video, although that hammer licking is still questionable)
21.) My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up) - Fall Out Boy
20.) Girl on Fire - Alicia Keys (Way better than the Inferno Version; less percussion, less nonsense, and more emphasis on Alicia)
19.) Sail - Awolnation
18.) Catch My Breath - Kelly Clarkson (It's the ultimate tribute to her fans)
17.) Demons - Imagine Dragons
16.) Radioactive - Imagine Dragons (The ultimate fist-pump anthem)
15.) Sweet Nothing - Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch (One of Calvin's better collaborations. Why was This Is What You Came For bigger than this?)
14.) Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men
13.) Still Into You - Paramore

Fantastic:
12.) I Love It - Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX (If there is any case where being a moron sounds fun, it's on here)
11.) Next to Me - Emeli Sandé
10.) Get Lucky - Daft Punk ft. Pharrell Williams (Disco done right)
9.) Counting Stars - One Republic (Their most successful song and for a good reason)
8.) The A Team - Ed Sheeran (Listening to this makes Shape of You even worse to be honest)
7.) Swimming Pools - Kendrick Lamar (Enough said)
6.) Can't Hold Us - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (Now THIS is the song that best suits Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)
5.) Suit & Tie - Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z (This is the much better version of Uptown Funk)
4.) It's Time - Imagons Dragons (Yep, still awesome)

Excellent:
3.) Mama's Broken Heart - Miranda Lambert (Miranda is a blessing to country music)
2.) Some Nights - fun. (What's not to like about this?)
1.) Mirrors - Justin Timberlake (How does one go from this to Can't Stop the Feeling in three years?)

Overall: 549/1000. It was actually a decent year for mainstream music.

Comments

Best (not counting 2012 crossovers)
1. Love Somebody
2. Still Into You
3. Clarity
4. Get Lucky
5. Swimming Pools
6. Don't You Worry Child
7. Demons
8. Counting Stars
9. The A Team
10. Little Talks
11. Gone Gone Gone
12. Thrift Shop
13. Royals (worst song on Pure Herione by the way)
14. Treasure
15. Safe And Sound - ProPanda

Also, Apologize was a bigger hit than Counting Stars. - ProPanda

Worst (again, no crossovers)
1. Heart Attack (agree to disagree)
2. Girl On Fire
3. I Need Your Love
4. Beauty And A Beat
5. Love Me
6. Cruise/Boys Round Here/That's My Kinda Night (three way tie)
9. Roar
10. We Can't Stop/Come And Get It (tie) - ProPanda

My lists are the same as last time.

Was I really the ONLY one that remembers Thomas Rhett in 2013? Remember that one song that was titled All American Middle Class White Boy? Remember it being as bad as it sounded? - WonkeyDude98

I didn't know who he was until I heard Die a Happy Man for the first time last year and read Mark and SCM's reviews of Tangled Up. As for AMMCWB, yeah, it's a disaster of a song, but it is still better than South Side (not by much though). - NiktheWiz

Nothing is worse than South Side. - WonkeyDude98

Ignore the top part of that last commen. - WonkeyDude98

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