Top 10 Most Overplayed Songs of 2022
Very boring, repetitive, stale "rock" track. The way he says "you" in the chorus is very grating. How was this #1 again? Probably one of the worst hit songs this year, made even worse by the fact that my local alt-rock station plays this at least once an hour.
When I listened to this on Spotify, I don't even get it. I don't find it catchy or interesting, it's just a bland radio tune. I've heard from Fantano who also doesn't like this saying that they're attempting the Kid A of their discography, but this and Radiohead have no relation at all.
I always hear this crap everywhere. Only reason it's heard is because it's friendly as background music for restaurants etc which makes it recommmended on Spotify
This was #1 for 16 weeks. 16. WEEKS. It's just an average song, but every time I turn on the radio, it seems to be on every station. Harry Styles is overrated, and this song is proof why. I don't hate this song, but the overplay makes me want to.
This song was overplayed on so many radio stations! And it somehow became popular on TikTok, but it's not the worst song of 2022 though.
Not that bad, used to be my favourite song, but hear it so much that it's getting annoying.
My local pop radio station refuses to stop playing this song, this song was alright when I first heard it. But as I heard the song play more and more, it started to get old. I do not know why pop stations like mine play this song like 10x a day, but this song sucks. I think it's worse than shape of you.
Ed Sheeran always made annoying and generic music. His music sounds generic. And this song is one of the worst. It sounds like your typical dance pop song. It's always the same. Perfect and Thinking out loud sounds mediocre but this is no. I can't decide if it or Shape Of You are the worst.
It was good when I first heard it, but after I listened to it a bunch of times, it started to sound bad.
What a crappy and immature song. Anthem of certain gacha tubers, whiner compared to others. I'd be happy if that little girl from sesame street replaced "u" with "cookie monster (laughing)"
This pseudopunk song always hears all over. It is far from rock. She sounds like Olivia Rodrigo who trying to be edgy. But it fail. This song is generic and annoying.
I just knew that this is going to be on here. Anyways, this got really popular in Spotify for some reason.
This should be #1 by a long way. It's been overplayed on my radio ever since Stranger Things season 4 came out and rose to fame. In my opinion it's already a crap song without the ridiculous overplay.
The worst part about this one is that no matter which radio stations you listen to (be it the nostalgia stations, or the modern hits), it plays on all of them. You literally cannot escape this song.
It's a good song, but after the tenth time, you get sick of it.
I first listened to this song during lockdown and I liked it, even though I like Wuthering Heights better. But... yes, you get the picture.
I kinda like it, but it has been played dozens of times. I think this song is pretty catchy though, and normally I don't really like rap music
Boring. No wonder the album cover gives it all away. It's just somebody sitting down, and when you look at it, you think, "this album is so goddamn boring and sounds like nothing", and honestly, it is nothing, and that's how I bet the average hip hop reviewer would probably feel listening to this shallow pile of nothing.
Like one day the radio I played kept repeating this song like 10 times in a flipping row! Like I stg if I hear this song again on the radio again I'm getting 10 boredom points per millisecond
I swear to god this is the most overplayed song ever. And can we talk about how it's practically impossible to understand any word Elton John sings in this entire song?
This song uses 4 Elton John songs mashed into one. Check out David Bennett Piano's vid on this, it's very interesting. It's a good song but was overplayed.
Another one I would love if it weren't for the fact that this were played at every single party/campus event/sports game I attend.
The original version of this song doesn't sound right to me because I'm used to the sped up version that's used in slander memes.
Why is this song still relevant? It's just a lazy EDM song with a very cheap sample of "Blue" by Eiffel 65, which was a decent one-hit wonder from the 90's, but of course, David Guetta had to team up with Bebe Rexha for this lazy, cheap, poor-quality mess of a song.
To be honest, I don't mind David Guetta, but in my opinion I just don't think Bebe Rexha is a good artist and it shows here that she's being cheap again, at least in "Meant To Be" it doesn't sound too cheap, but here it's like they're not even trying, this has got to be one of the laziest songs that ever played on the radio this year.
I can't believe that this outdated song became a hit in 2022. In addition, it has a lazy, all-over-the-place sample of "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" that cannibalizes the entire song, and Bebe Rexha sounds deep-sleep bored.
It's just a basic song with a lazy sample of "I'm Blue" by Eiffel 65.
Oh. My. God. (no pun intended). Just heard this for the first time and it is AWFUL. I like both of these artists, but this is the best they could come up with? Grating synth, repetitive lyrics, and a poor attempt at emulating hyper-pop overall. Skip this song - almost as bad as Soul Train or Dance Monkey.
Only celebrated because they are non binary or something I don't know don't care
This song is good but it's overplayed to death on the radio.
This song is so annoying it just makes me wish Tiësto would fade into obscurity.
It came out not too long ago and it's already so overplayed!