The FADER’s 101 Best Songs of 2017


By Jack Barnes

The FADER reveals the 101 Best Songs of 2017, an unexpected, all-genre encompassing list of songs that mattered this year, and why.

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The FADER’s 101 Best Songs of 2017

101. Bhad Bhabie “Hi Bich”
100. G Perico “Keep Ballin”
99.  Bbymutha “Rules”
97. Mal Devisa “You Are My Sunshine”
96. SOPHIE “It’s Okay To Cry”
95. Kesha “Hunt You Down”
94. Jlin “Black Origami”
93. Demi Lovato “Daddy Issues”
92. Muna “I Know A Place”
91. Moses Sumney “Quarrel”
90. Actress “Dancing in the Smoke”
89. Margo Price “Weakness”
88. A Boogie wit da Hoodie “Drowning”
87. Chris Jeday f. Ozuna, Arcángel & J Balvin “Ahora Dice”
86. Weaves / Tanya Tagaq “Scream”
85. Quay Dash “Decline Him”
84. Sahbabii “Marsupial Superstars”
83. Mike WiLL Made-It “Come Down”
82. Dua Lipa “New Rules”
81. Young Dolph “100 Shots”
80. Yves Tumor “My Nose My Lops Your Head Shape”
79. Ibeyi “Away Away”
78. Teengirl Fantasy “Seeds”
77. Lil Baby “My Dawg”
76. Mount Kimbie & Micachu “Marilyn”
75. Syd “Know”
74. Arca “Reverie”
73. Lil Durk “Make it Out”
72. Steve Lacy “Dark Red”
71. Fever Ray “To The Moon and Back”
70. Kehlani “Undercover”
69. Bedouine “Solitary Daughter”
68. Waxahatchee “Brass Beam”
67. Klein “Cry Theme”
66. Charly Bliss “Percolator”
65. Chief Keef “Can you Be My Friend”
64. Dej Loaf “No Fear”
63. Superorganism “Something For Your M.I.N.D.”
62. Japanese Breakfast “Road Head”
61. Maleek Berry “Been Calling”
60. Wiki “Pandora’s Box”
59. Yhung TO “Blame Em”
58. Oneohtrix Point Never & Iggy Pop “The Pure and the Damned”
57. Yung Lean “Red Bottom Sky”
56. Kranium f. Ty Dolla $ign & Wizkid “Can’t Believe”
55. Future “Mask Off”
54. Charli XCX “Boys”
53. Davido “If”
52. Laurel Halo “Jelly”
51. Julia Michaels “Issues”
50. Daniel Caesar f. Kali Uchis “Get You”
49. Lil B “Wasup JoJo”
48. Camila Cabello “Havana”
47. King Krule “Dum Surfer”
46. Omb Peezy “When I was down”
45. Lor Choc “Fast Life”
44. Jay-Z “4:44”
43. Lorde “Green Light”
42. DJ Khaled f. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller “Wild Thoughts”
41. Smooky Margielaa “Stay 100”
40. Tyler, The Creator “911/Mr. Lonely”
39. Sheer Mag “Pure Desires”
38. Bad Bunny “Soy Peor”
37. Calvin Harris f. Frank Ocean & Migos “Slide”
36. Stormzy “Big For Your Boots”
35. J Balvin f. Beyoncé & Willy William “Mi Gente (remix)”
34. YBN Nahmir “Rubbin Off the Paint”
33. YoungBoy NBA “No Smoke”
32. Sorority Noise “A Portrait Of”
31. Jorja Smith “On My Mind”
30. Playboi Carti “Magnolia”
29. Miley Cyrus “Malibu”
28. Goldlink “Crew”
27. Shawn Wasabii “Otter Pop”
26. Kendrick Lamar “Humble”
25. Mhysa “BB”
24. Kelela “LMK”
23. Tove Lo “Disco Tits”
22. Sampha “(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano”
21. Drake “Blem”
20. Lil Peep “The Brightside”
19. Girlpool “It Gets More Blue”

18. Ryuichi Sakamoto “Zure”
17. Julien Baker “Turn Out The Lights”
16. Lana Del Rey “Love”
15. Perfume Genius “Slip Away”
14. Selena Gomez “Bad Liar”
13. Paramore “Hard Times”
12. Meek Mill “We Ball”
11. (Sandy) Alex G “Powerful Man”
10. Yaeji “Raingurl”
09. Ozuna “Se Preparó”
08. Creek Boyz “With My Team”
07. SZA “Love Galore”
06. Cardi B “Bodak Yellow”
05. Frank Ocean “Chanel”
04. J Hus “Did You See”
03. Lil Uzi Vert “xo tour liif3”
02: Phoebe Bridgers “Funeral”
01: Tay-K “The Race”

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