50 Best Songs Of 2021 Mp3 Free Download

Best Songs Of 2021

50 Best Songs Of 2021 Mp3 Free Download

To celebrate the music that got us through another whirlwind year, list of the 50 Best Songs Of 2021. The community voted on and ranked the most memorable tracks of 2021, then discussed revisions and replacements and selected some of our most dedicated and knowledgeable members to write up reviews. Some of these songs had already earned spots on our mid-year list, while some were new additions. Check out the selections below.

50 Best Songs Of 2021

#50. Megan Thee Stallion – “Thot Shit”
#49. Normani & Cardi B – “Wild Side
#48. Lil Durk – “Should’ve Ducked” ft. Pooh Shiesty
#47. The Weeknd – “Take My Breath”
#46. Mitski – “Working for the Knife”
#45. LISA – “LALISA”
#44. Fredo – “Money Talks” ft. Dave
#43. FKA twigs – “Measure of a Man” ft. Central Cee
#42. Polo G – “No Return” ft. The Kid LAROI & Lil Durk
#41. Måneskin – “ZITTI E BUONI”
#40. Tems – “Crazy Tings”
#39. SahBabii – “Bread Head”
#38. Lorde – “Solar Power”
#37. Mavi – “İstediğim Değil”
#36. Jorja Smith – “Bussdown” ft. Shaybo
#35. Tobe Nwigwe – “FYE FYE”
#34. Serane – “Punk”
#33. Little Simz – “Introvert”
#32. Faye Webster – “A Dream With A Baseball Player”
#31. Tyler, The Creator – “WUSYANAME” ft. Ty Dolla $ign & YoungBoy Never Broke Again
#30. La Rappresentante di Lista – “Religiosamente”
#29. PinkPantheress – “I must apologise”
#28. Halsey – “I am not a woman, i’m a god”
#27. J. Cole, 21 Savage & Morray, “m y . l i f e”
#26. Bad Bunny, “Yonaguni”

Best Songs Of 2021 Highlighed

#25. Drake – “Way 2 Sexy” ft. Young Thug & Future

Highlighted on Drake’s newest album Certified Lover Boy, the three rap musketeers—consisting of Young Thug, Future, and Drake himself—flaunt their “sexiness” in a grandiose, trap-infused rendition of “I’m Too Sexy” by Right Said Fred.

#24. Bring Me the Horizon – “DiE4u”

Bring Me the Horizon’s “DiE4u” shattered all expectations. Ever the forward-thinkers, the band drew influence from emo, metalcore, pop-punk, hyper-pop and electronic for the song’s sound while frontman Oli Sykes sings (and screams!) about addiction through the lens of an unhealthy relationship.

#23. Noname – “Rainforest”

It’s also one of the Chicago rapper’s most brilliant songs lyrically: “Rainforest” repudiates consumerism, settler colonialism, resource extraction, and anti-Blackness all in quick order.


TXT. The group took the pop-rock music scene by storm, and they showed that it suits them exceptionally well. “0X1=LOVESONG (I Know I Love You),” the lead single off their second studio album The Chaos Chapter : FREEZE, is the best example of such.

#21. Camila Cabello – “Don’t Go Yet”

Camila Cabello brought some Latin rhythm to our summer vacations this year with “Don’t Go Yet,” a song honoring her Cuban-Mexican roots.

#20. James Blake – “Coming Back” ft. SZA

James Blake served up one of the best songs of his career with his collaboration alongside the always-on-point SZA, “Coming Back,” off his fifth album Friends That Break Your Heart.

#19. Trippie Redd & Playboi Carti – “Miss The Rage”

Trippie Redd’s “Miss the Rage” delivers nothing but pure trap fan service. Backed by an unmistakable booming synth, Trippie and Carti’s chemistry makes us nostalgic for trap hits of the late 2010s, when both artists were just bursting onto the scene. When it was released, “Miss the Rage” was nothing short of the moshpit anthem we hoped for and it will, without a doubt, define this decade’s trap hits in years to come.

#18. Yeat – “Gët Busy”

This song was already turnt, but here’s a bell”, followed by a chorus of infectious tubular bells (That Yeat added to the Flansie and Skimayne-produced beat), trended on TikTok.

#17. ONEUS – “월하미인 (月下美人: LUNA)”

Korean boy group ONEUS released one such track, “월하미인 (月下美人: LUNA).” A traditional Korean song infused with nu disco and city-pop beats, “월하미인 (月下美人: LUNA” combines many different cultures, making for an infectious pop hit unlike any you’ve heard before.

#16. Clairo – “Amoeba”

“Amoeba” is one of very few uptempo tracks on Clairo’s sophomore album Sling.


#15. Young Thug – “Love You More” ft. Jeff Bhasker, Nate Ruess & Gunna

Young Thug explores love like never before. Remarkably, pairing YSL’s own Gunna, award-winning producer Jeff Bhasker and fun. lead singer Nate Ruess with a Metro Boomin-assisted instrumental made for an experimental marvel. “Love You More” expertly manages to bring out the softer side in all of us, thanks to Ruess’ impressively catchy hook, which drives home the song’s themes of loyalty and selflessness.

#14. Arooj Aftab – “Mohabbat”

“Mohabbat” is an entrancing introduction to Pakistani-American singer-songwriter Arooj Aftab.

#13. Silk Sonic – “Leave The Door Open”

Leave the Door Open” was our first glimpse into the world of Silk Sonic and it did not disappoint. Few superstar collabs make more sense than Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, whose timeless bravadoes blend effortlessly against the backdrop of smooth ‘70s soul.

#12. Aespa – “Next Level”

Next Level” by rookie group aespa went on to become one of the most popular Korean releases of the year.

#11. BROCKHAMPTON – “Buzzcut” ft. Danny Brown

“BUZZCUT” blaring over a car stereo, stop what you’re doing and take a road trip. The song’s industrial production and booming bass perfectly complement Danny Brown and Kevin Abstract’s brutal bars before the track transitions into an ethereal outro by Merlyn Wood and Joba.

#10. Taylor Swift – “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) [From the Vault]”

“All Too Well” went from a fan-favorite non-single to the longest-running song to ever top the Billboard Hot 100 after Taylor Swift released an extended 10-minute rendition on the rerecording of her 2012 fourth album Red.

#9. SZA – “Good Days”

On Christmas Day of last year, SZA released “Good Days” as a reminder to hold onto hope even in our darkest days. Over a swirl of synths and guitars, SZA finds fresh air and fights away a storm of worries. As she glides over some lines and scampers over others, SZA sounds relatably uncertain—she loses a bright outlook as quick as she finds one in the song’s first verse, only to find it back by the chorus.

#8. ROSÉ – “Gone”

“Gone” is a heartfelt anthem about picking yourself up after a breakup. The track portrays a unique kind of vulnerability, not only in terms of its lyrics but also in its focus on Rosé’s stellar vocals.

#7. Baby Keem & Kendrick Lamar – “family ties”

“family ties” is quite literally a family affair: apart from Keem and K-Dot releases both being highly anticipated, they are cousins, and the song was announced with a family picture. This is hardly surprising given the synergy both artists show on the song.

#6. Billie Eilish – “Happier Than Ever”

Happier Than Ever” is the flawless combination of Billie Eilish’s common two-sided musical persona. Starting out with delicate acoustic guitar strumming—familiar to her previous 2021 single “Your Power”—Billie croons her cathartic lyricism, questioning a relationship with someone she isn’t truly “happy” with.

#5. Adele – “Easy On Me

Adele. “Easy On Me” begins with a soothing piano variation played by producer and songwriter, Greg Kurstin. Adele then gently sings the heartwrenching lyrics which analogically describe her painful divorce.

#4. Kanye West & Andre 3000 – “Life of the Party”

“Life Of The Party” when it was officially released with an updated verse from Ye on Donda (Deluxe). André 3000’s feature, which focuses on his mother who passed away in 2013, is devastatingly honest, revealing regret and loss of faith. Emotionally vulnerable bars about his family and early life leave listeners wondering how Kanye sees himself compared to his mother, Donda West.

#3. Olivia Rodrigo – “good 4 u”

Olivia Rodrigo to solidify herself as a household name, but listen to her pop-punk banger “good 4 u” and you’ll surely understand why. The song is a scathing post-breakup anthem that showed off Rodrigo’s versatility and detailed, relatable lyricism, and it also declared her the only artist to date to debut two songs from a first album atop the Billboard Hot 100.

#2. Lil Nas X – “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”

“I’m not fazed, only here to sin,” purrs a newly confident Lil Nas X as he sweet-talks the man of his dreams on the spicy lead single to his eponymous debut album.

#1. WILLOW – “t r a n s p a r e n t s o u l” ft. Travis Barker

WILLOW’s headbanging “t r a n s p a r e n t s o u l” is the capstone to a move towards more cathartic music. Against monster drums from pop-punk royalty Travis Barker (of blink-182 fame), WILLOW swears off artificial friendships with a set of blistering vocals, showcasing the versatility of an artist known to be a chameleon. More than just being in the business of misery, “t r a n s p a r e n t s o u l” is an ode to self-reflection, its narrator introspecting in order to attain a monk-like spiritual clarity.



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