Top 10: Most overplayed songs

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All songs are not played equal. With some songs played drastically more than others, this list of the top ten is sure to make your ears bleed just by reading it.


  1. Hotline” Bling by Drake

In 2016, Drake’s hit song Hotline Bling took over social media, and most radio stations. It became a well known meme that still circulates the internet today.


  1. Caroline” by Amine

Go to any school dance or high school related function and you will be sure to hear Caroline at least twice per hour.


  1. “Despacito” by Justin Bieber

This song is not only irritating due the fact that Justin Bieber is a terrible Spanish speaker, but also because everyone tells Alexa to play it when something is sad.


  1. Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO

When “Party Rock Anthem” came out in 2011, it was a smash hit for the youth. However, as time went on and it started being played more and more, people started to become annoyed by the repetitive chorus, and dance featured in the video.


  1. Happy” by Pharrell Williams

This song came out in 2013 and quickly grabbed everybody’s attention and was even featured on the movie “Despicable Me 2”. Unfortunately the song started to quickly become annoying, as everyone was playing it all the time and the repetitive lyrics started to make people hate the song.  


  1. Better Now” by Post Malone

Almost everyone knew who Post Malone was and knew at least one or two songs, but when “Better Now” was released, it became one of his most widely known songs. Most every radio station played it, making the song get a little old after some time.


  1. “Havana” by Camila Cabello

This popular song came out in 2018, and soon after it’s release there wasn’t one person who didn’t know the chorus’s lyrics. Many dance videos featured this song along with many people doing covers, which only made it gain popularity.


  1. Friday” by Rebecca Black

This one goes pretty much unsaid. A song constantly repeating a day of the week isn’t exactly a bop fit for the radio.


  1. 2. “Gangnam” Style by Psy

This song gained popularity in 2012, when Psy’s music video went viral. There was a dance move that went with the song that became overused, and eventually annoying to the bone.


  1. In My Feelings by Drake

When the “In My Feelings Challenge” started, In My Feelings by Drake overtook everybody’s social media. Unfortunately for Drake, this song became overplayed and annoying just as fast as it blew up.

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