Top 10 Best Songs of 2020

The Top Ten
1 Across Endless Dimensions - Dimash Kudaibergen

Saying Dimash Kudaibergen is a great singer is an understatement of the century. Dimash is the vocals of the generation of great artist. His vocals are one of a kind and unlike no other. This man has 6 Octaves and he can pull off any song with no effort. He can make you feel things like no other has. To this day I still have goosebumps after he sings. This song in incredible he pulls it off so nicely. This song is one of this best works and I'm happy for him. He is the king of vocals!

I'm sure many people think Dimash is overrated and that his songs shouldn't be this high. To those people, that's respectable, everyone is allowed to have their own opinions. But what people shouldn't be doing is denying facts. Such as the fact that Dimash is one of the best vocalists ever. Impressively, he never uses autotune and has been professionally training his voice for about 20 years. This song may not have the best lyrics or music, but it is definitely the most well sang all in thanks to Dimash. People in general find very well sang songs to be the best. Although it is not his best cover, it's my favorite of 2020. I really recommend to anyone who hasn't heard Dimash, to listen to one of his covers and to research more on him. As you can probably see, many people have already given their recommendations and some info on him (myself included). I would watch his covers of Diva Dance, Daybreak, or Sinful Passion.

Dimash is the only singer in the world who I love and consistently listen to everyday. Never has happened before in my 71 years. I am thoroughly addicted. Dimash has the largest world-wide fan base imaginable, and has fan clubs in over 120 countries with his largest fan base in China. People that do not know Dimash should not under-estimate him. His Dears (fans) are avid supporters and a force that adores him, promotes him, and protects him. He is a national treasure of his country, Kazakhstan, and an ambassador to all countries he visits. Dimash a is highly educated singer and composer—and sings in 12 languages and plays around 6-7 instruments. Dimash is highly deserving of this and all other awards he wins.

What can I say about Dimash Kudaibergen? Words are not enough to describe what an incredible singer he is. I've never heard a voice like his before. There's nothing he can't do with it. You have to hear it to believe it.

2 Godzilla - Eminem

This track slaps so hard.

It may have some dumb lyrics and Juice WRLD shouldn't be exploited, but Marshall had already taken his audio before he died anyway.

Because of that 40 seconds flamethrower at the end, catchy beat, a decent chorus from Jarrad, and of course Hey, fray ajajajaj, I have to give a vote to this.

Definitely recommend it.

As much as I hate how many mainstream artists are using Juice WRLD's dead voice as a way to sell more tracks, this song is str8 fire.
Eminem was smoother here than he was in Rap God. The lyrics are a meh, but the beat is unique, Juice WRLD does a good job on the choruses and Marshall SLAMS on the final delivery. Definitely worth the listen.

This is just a great song with clever lyrics and an extremely catchy beat and hook from Juice Wrld. Em's final verse is absolutely amazing. This album is his best since The Eminem Show in my opinion.

Say what you want about Eminem's new music, he's been around for more than a decade and still making better music than most of these so called pop singers today.

3 Physical - Dua Lipa

Honestly hard to say what my favourite song from FN was but about half the album was among my favourite songs of the year. I guess I should have listened to more music from 2020 but I still think that's pretty good going.

Don't Stop Now and Break my Heart are great, but this song is just sheer pop magic. Most of Future Nostalgia is in general. Best song on the album along with Hallucinate.

This might be better than "Don't Start Now" yet probably won't be half the hit that "Don't Start Now" has been. Looking forward to that album, Dua.

Love this song is my favorite Dua lipa song, also totally recommend the music video!

4 Rain on Me - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande

To be really honest, I did not expect this to do as well as it's currently doing now amongst the trap songs that have taken over. Hopefully it's a sign that we'll have more of a variety of songs playing on the radio and in the charts. We've got Dua Lipa, The Weeknd, Lady Gaga, Harry Styles just to name a few that are all making feel good pop records. They all have managed to chart very high on Billboard charts in the past few months. I have nothing against trap music, but it's about time we have a variety of songs in the charts as well otherwise things become really boring and repetitive.

Lady Gaga basically brought the pop side of Ariana out again with this one, it works really well considering they both have completely different tones to their voices to one another. They actually complement each other and that 90s house inspired instrumental is so nice to hear, but it has a modern feel to it, and they got the music video right. I like the whole futuristic atmosphere and the chemistry between them. A refreshing to hear on the radio lately.

This is it and it's number 1 so deserving so sick of the trap crap that's been flooding the charts in recent years. Dua Lipa, The Weeknd, Lady Gaga just to name a few are saving pop music and it's about time music was fun again.

This is what pop should be. No whining about how the opposite gender is bad towards you, no overblown synths, not overtly sexual, and is a very fun an upbeat ballad-like song.

5 No Time to Die - Billie Eilish

Now, people don't like Billie Eilish because her songs are depressing, but that's just her style and the way she sings. There is nothing bad about it. This song was really great. Especially with that short violin solo. I am to not a huge fan of Billie Eilish, but the thing about her is how well she sings and how well she describes her songs.

My Future is great, but this is Billie's best single of the year. Probably her best single in general, alongside Everything I Wanted. Though there's also Bury a Friend and When the Party's Over... It's hard to decide. I'm like a kid in a dark, spider-infested candy store. Billie just keeps giving us quality and I'm all for it.

At first, I was kind of hesitant when I heard Billie Eilish was doing the newest Bond theme, but after hearing it, I totally get why they chose her. This is the best I've heard her sound in a while and those Hans Zimmer orchestral bits add to that trademark Finneas production that give off that signature Bond theme atmosphere.

Definitely not a fan of Eilish, but she did a good job on this song. It might not be favourite Bond soundtrack but it still fits to the Bond theme

6 Break My Heart - Dua Lipa

After "New Rules," "Don't Start Now," and now this, I have a feeling we won't be forgetting Dua Lipa's contribution to the modern music scene any time soon.

I'm not a fan of her her music for some reason it isn't connecting with me but this one I really like it the bass line is amazing.

Dua Lipa interpolates INXS hit "Need You Tonight" for this sparkly disco pop song and it just works so damn well.

Awesome Song! Should be in the top 10 with Physical!

7 Faith - The Weeknd

The Weeknd hired some great producers for "After Hours", yes we all know this but shall I say it again?
The production in this song is flat-out amazing, from the instrumentation in the beginning to the gloomy outro.
Emphasis on that outro.
I'd also like to mention the lyrical content of this song, where he connects him being high to "losing his faith". Definitely something worth checking out, and as of rn I have no idea if he's gonna release this as a single but it'd be pretty cool if he did, just curious as to how people will respond to the last minute and a half.
But anyways, this is one of the best tracks off the album, deserves more attention in my opinion. 11/10

Easily the best thing 2020 has to offer. The production is beautiful here and the outro is easily one of his best. After Hours is easily the best album of the year and this is my favourite song of it. The way the gloominess emphasizes on everything is brilliant too. 6/5

EDIT: Best song was gonna be Blinding Lights but it was from 2019 lol my bad.

Just like Can't Feel My Face, Abel does another song about how a drug (cocaine) addiction is ruining his life.
Instead of sounding deceivingly upbeat he does a heavy song that I just love to listen to.
It gives me Lost in the Fire flashbacks.

Faith is the Weeknd's acknowledgement of what drugs will do. It becomes as strong and as terrible and losing ones personal beliefs and religion to addiction.

8 Ordinary Man - Ozzy Osbourne

I mean this guy is a musical legend he's still going strong and gives it his all, this is someone who respects what they do and loves what they do. This is who we should be calling a legend because he's had a big impact on music and influenced other bands in his time.

We let WAP become a number 1 hit but this didn't even come close to touching the charts. This lyrics are simple yet introspective and powerful coming from Ozzy & Elton. Slash on guitar, Duff McKagan on bass, & Chad Smith on drums for a rock ballad I mean come on

Already commented on this and I'm not gonna talk about why this song isn't first on this list, but this is probably the most honest song Ozzy has ever written. He doesn't want to die an ordinary man. The guitar solo is great as well and is actually played by Slash of Guns N Roses.

One of the saddest songs I ever heard. Also, this is the saddest song of 2020. This song make me cry.

9 Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa

This is definitely my favorite Dua Lipa songs. It's also my favorite song on one of my favorite pop albums (that being Future Nostalgia). While this came out in 2019, it is certainly one of my favorite songs of all time.

Her best since "New Rules," this song truly solidifies Dua Lipa is the ranks of the best pop singers out there.

10 Addict - Silva Hound

I really love this song and it is really catchy and this song deserves more attention than it has in their own fandom.

The Newcomers

? All In - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
? Need It - Migos
The Contenders
11 Level of Concern - Twenty One Pilots

Didn't really expect TOP to release a half-pop song, but overall this works out pretty well in my opinion -- the beat's solid throughout and the bassline's pretty cool. While the lyrics are a bit questionable and generic, they're still good enough for TOP I guess. This is far from being their best song, but if this becomes a big hit I'll surely be happy for them. 8/10

Love this song! Definitely what we all needed with everything going on. Even better if you watch the music video with it. 10/10. Hopefully people won't overplay this on the radio, like most of Twenty One Pilots' other best songs.

I LOVE Twenty One Pilots. This song is not disappointing, and the music video is awesome. It comes on the car radio (pun intended) sometimes and I sing along with every word. Twenty One Pilots are an awesome band.

Obviously my Twenty One Pilots bias will force me to vote this song, but it's still great regardless. Glad to see this song pushed them back into decent chart success, even if temporarily.

12 Run - Joji

I can't wait for whatever Joji does this year. This song is great! That guitar solo at the end is just the best.

That guitar riff is one of my favorite moments of 2020's music. Keep it up Frank, I mean George.

I believed that Sanctuary was George's best until I heard 'Run'. This is definitely his best song to date.

I am not a big Joji fan by any means (his ballads 1 album was meh, and Sanctuary was passable) but this is the best song of the year.

13 Levitating - Dua Lipa

This is the only good song that I like. The rest are disasters.

The best song on the album In my opinion.

14 Megawave - Dana Jean Phoenix and Powernerd

This song and the album it's on is absolutely amazing. Dana Jean Phoenix really outdid herself and Powernerd is fantastic on here as well. Also, did I inadvertently add the songs on my remix to this list? I've been finding the songs on my remix on here and I didn't directly add them.

15 Good News - Mac Miller

One of the most sad and heartbreaking songs I've ever heard. RIP Mac.

16 Restless Generation - Midnight Danger
17 Supalonely - BENEE

So relatable in 2020, and paints an interesting portrait of someone whose loneliness has damaged their self-image and created a sorrowful complacency.

This is one of my favorite songs atm. During quarantine, I felt lonely because I can't hang out with anyone.

18 Blinding Lights - The Weeknd

I don't often listen to music of this era, but this song is now one of my favourite songs and that really says something. Every part of it is good, not just the chorus (that speaks for itself). This song is what I think is a perfect combination between the upbeatness of 80s pop and the new sound of this era.

As overplayed as this song seems to be, I still believe this deserves a higher spot on the list. Could start a trend of modern music recapturing that 80s synthwave sound. I'm all down for that honestly.

The only song that I have really liked from this year so far. It sounds so much like an 80s song and I love it

Awesome song, but it's from 2019.

19 After Hours - The Weeknd

Very experimental song, I love how it transitions and the beat kicks in. I'd love to hear this in the club.

This is hauntingly chilling on a creepy level.

20 Get Your Wish - Porter Robinson


I love this song so much! It feels like the natural progression of Porter Robinson's music. This is much more personal and real than anything on Worlds, and I'm all for it. I can't wait for Porter's new album!

This song is beautifully gorgeous. Can't wait for Nurture to drop.

Looks like Virtual Self has gone into a permanent hibernation.

After six years. This masterpiece was released.

21 Out of Luck - Tokyo Rose, Pylot, and Essenger
22 Speed Me Up - Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Sueco the Child & Lil Yachty
23 Night - AL!TD

Just like everyone on this post, Night is WAY better than Billie eyelash, dead Miller, Doja dummy, and all those crackhead artists.


Because Night is a fantastic EDM song. It has a creepy, repetetive synth that lasts for a bit, then pauses than goes out in a refreshing way that sounds like you just broke into a land of dark, moonlit paradise.

AND HE IS 16! HOW! How is this genius ONLY 16!

I saw this earlier, but did not give this too much thought until I saw that the same artist that created the masterpiece, "The Mummer's Revival" did this also. So I clicked on this and I can safely say that this is well worth the listen.

I just found out AL!TD.
He's just as good as everyone here says. He's brand new but his sound is fantastic.
"Night" is a piece that starts out steady and continues that way the entire time. It goes through wavelengths of synths and tone changes and sounds crisp and haunting throughout. Trust me, it's worth listening to.


Like everyone in this specific comment section I myself love to say just how impressive this is for a 16 year old.
Seriously, why doesn't my man have more than 17 subs?

24 Darkness - Eminem

Definitely brave of Eminem to tackle such a recent tragedy like this, but it is a really good song

25 Exile - Taylor Swift

The absolute best song from Taylor Swift's already amazing new album. The sections with the duet flow seamlessly and the deep, mellow piano notes match with both Taylor's and Bon Iver's voices perfectly. Though there is some repetition in the lyrics, it's actually meaningful and works better than you would think. The only thing I would have tweaked are the placement of the lyrics "So step right out, there is no amount of crying I can do for you" as they feel awkwardly dropped in the middle of the song and could flow much better. But overall, it hardly hurts the song and is one of Swift's best works to date.
Score: 98%.

Taylor Swift is the type of artist who changed from wrote line like "spelling is fun!" and wrote a song about comparing her hater to homophobes to making album with best lyrics in 2020.

I don't like piano ballads at all, apart from this one. Also, Bon Iver's deep voice does work with Taylor's voice very well. Hey, at least it's a lot better than her reputation era. It's still a gorgeous song nonetheless.

There's not much to be said about this one other than it's absolutely gorgeous and deserves to be a hit.

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