Laziest Songs of All Time
The Top Ten
Yeah, what is his actual question? All he does is repeat "yeah yeah" 4 times and never asks this question that he so badly wants an answer to. Knowing Chris Brown though, his question is probably just asking if he can eat the girl's...yeah ya know.
Maybe the question is if that girl actually thinks he put any effort into his songs.
The only question he actually asks here is if he can get a answer. Sure, right after you ask your actual question.
"I started middle class but now I'm at the top and annoying the heck out of oneshot! "
I can see why one would find this lazy
E it though
Rihanna's work might suck, but at least the word "work" isn't repeated robotically on the same exact note.
Work is said 99 times in this song. They ran out of lyrics.
Basically agree with this one also Shape of You should be here why do the songs that have almost no effort put in get so popular and I don't even hate Ed Sheeran or Maroon 5.
This sounds like it was MADE for Walmart
U take lil meerkat seriously? How 😂😴
Incredibly lazy. All you have to do is overly use your high-pitched vocals (depending on the type of song), and put it over autotune and you’ve got yourself an IceJJFish song.
Even J Cole's lines about poop are better than anything Lil Pump will ever do.
What an awful diss song. This makes Nick Cannon's Eminem diss look like a masterpiece.
It's ironic that it's called one "night" because he literally sounds like he's about to fall asleep in this.
Gujji gen gujji gen gujji gen...
Very lazy song, this is one of those songs where you feel like you've heard it many times before. I mean it's catchy and fun enough to use at a party as background music, but so unoriginal and nothing you will remember in years to come. Chris Brown put absolutely no effort into these lyrics and whoever produced this put no effort into the beat. Tank should stop wasting his talent by associating with garbage like Chris Clown.
This is just a lazy song with a generic beat that references many songs from the early 2000's in the lyrics, like that kind of thing has never been done before. When he started singing "let me love you" I was like 'cool' but then he went on to sing a line from Buy U a Drank and then another totally unrelated song a second later. This song sounds like it was put together in less than five minutes, and it doesn't help that Chris and Tank are both ad-libbing all over the place and it sounds so messy. I wanted to like this so bad, but it's the definition of how most pop/r&b/urban music (or whatever the hell this is supposed to be" is so unfinished nowadays.
The song title alone is amazing. How did he come up with that wow!
This song is Truly lazy, Drake sounds so bored of himself.
Was this supposed to be for the Fifty Shades Of Grey soundtrack? No? I could believe it though.
To be honest I have heard a few songs on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack (I have not watched the movie) and they were all better than this song.
Robin Thicke just sounds like an old/out of touch guy trying to be "sexy."
I despise this song!
What a dumb song. I hate how she just repeats the same verse a second time.
It's lazy because it's called the LAZY song! Not the working song!
This song is boring and lazy
Even Elise Ecklunds "I Suffer More" has more effort put into it, and that's shorter.
No thanks, Ariana Grande.
That moment when your most popular song is the one that you put pretty much the least effort into making.
One of the worst songs off of Harverd Dropout and it's the closing track. Lil Pump's performance on here sounds so lazy and awful especially on the hook. The beat sounds like a absolute mess.
He uses the same slow, choppy, tedious flow throughout the whole entire song. He does it in the hook and the verses. It gets old very fast.
Well it has Drake in it, of course it will be lazy.
This song is literally just the same phrase over and over again
Laziest song I've heard from 2019 thus far. She literally repeats the same lyrics over and over and over again in grating autotune and generic and bland yet kinda overproduced production.