Top Ten Best Cuco SongsCuco (also known as Omar Banos), is an up and coming artist that specializes in indie pop/bossa nova. Here are his top songs.
This is my personal favorite song of his, mainly because it is a huge source of nostalgia. It brings me back to my first-ever romantic relationship. We were both so happy, innocent, and free as we navigated high school with this song playing in the background. It makes you think about relationships, has great vibes, and is a good song to trip to.
From the same album as Lava Lamp, this song is yet another good one to listen to while high. I think this is a good way to express love and appreciation for a partner.
The first track from his album "Para Mi," this song explores trauma from Cuco's life. It was finished while he was high on hydrocodone after a traumatic car crash. Although this song can be viewed as the aftermath of a breakup, it is intended to focus more on the feeling of sedation.
A duet between artists Cuco and Clairo, the harmony between the two is amazing. Their mellow, chill manner of delivering heartbreak is truly something you should check out. In my opinion, it's the true epitome of bedroom pop.
A song sung in both English and Spanish, this is the song that helped Cuco rise to fame. Translating to "What I Feel," this is a profession of love to a girl in whom Cuco found interest.
This collaboration between Cuco and Dillon Francis is one for the books. It beautifully combines Cuco's indie pop repertoire with Dillon's electronic style into a love ballad. Although different from the music that Cuco normally produces, it's catchy and fun to listen to.
I like this song. It has a good vibe.
If you're into more of a rambly, deep kind of music, this song is for you. The majority of the lyrics are a rather sad analysis of a once-relationship. You have to be in a certain mood to listen to it, and it's not necessarily catchy, but it's a good song nonetheless.
A song sung entirely in Spanish, this is a beautiful tale of love. In fact, this song quite literally translates to "Love of Always." I personally love the background music in this more than in most other Cuco songs.
A love song expressing how Cuco doesn't want to fall for a mystery girl. Why? Because he doesn't think he's good enough for her and, in turn, doesn't want to mess anything up. I find this a fun, catchy, and relatable song. Who hasn't loved someone they didn't want to love?
It just sounds good.
A beautiful instrumental by Cuco that expresses happiness and hope. Great to listen to while driving, doing homework, or pretty much whenever.