Complex - The 38 Best Beyonce Songs (2017)

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Complex - The 38 Best Beyonce Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 5:59 pm

http://www.complex.com/music/best-beyonce-songs/
38. "Party"
37. "Why Don't You Love Me"
36. "Naughty Girl"
35. "Baby Boy"
34. "Speechless"
33. Nicki Minaj f/ Beyoncé "Feeling Myself"
32. "Green Light"
31. "End of Time"
30. "Dance for You"
29. "1+1"
28. “Best Thing I Never Had”
27. "Check On It"
26. "All Night"
25. "Hold Up"
24. "Upgrade U"
23. "Haunted"
22. "I Care"
21. "No Angel"
20. "XO"
19. "Don't Hurt Yourself"
18. "Drunk In Love" f/ Jay Z
17. "Ring the Alarm"
16. "Partition"
15. "Dangerously in Love"
14. "Mine"
13. "Get Me Bodied"
12. "Sorry"
11. "7/11"
10. "Love On Top"
9. "Countdown"
8. "Halo"
7. "Irreplaceable"
6. "Crazy In Love" f/ Jay Z
5. "***Flawless"
4. "Me, Myself, and I"
3. Destiny's Child "Say My Name"
2. "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"
1. "Formation"
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Re: Complex - The 38 Best Beyonce Songs (2017)

Postby babydoll » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:48 pm

Sorry. It's immediately uncreditable just by featuring "Mine" above masterpieces such as "Hold Up" and "All Night". And, of course, by forgetting "Run the World (Girls)" and most shocking of all, "Freedom". Oh, wait, where's "Pray You Catch Me" and "Don't Hurt Yourself"? There's a reason why Lemonade is clearly so much better than Beyoncé. Oh, and worse of all, "Me, Myself and I" is above "Crazy in Love". Like, what?

Also I'm confused but are they saying that Destiny's Child had only one good song? Because that is so not the truth. "Survivor", "Bootylicious", "Lose My Breath", "Jumpin', Jumpin'" and a couple others are all worthy of being included in this list. That is, if they were counting Destiny's Child.

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Re: Complex - The 38 Best Beyonce Songs (2017)

Postby StevieFan13 » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:50 pm

babydoll wrote:Sorry. It's immediately uncreditable just by featuring "Mine" above masterpieces such as "Hold Up" and "All Night". And, of course, by forgetting "Run the World (Girls)" and most shocking of all, "Freedom". Oh, wait, where's "Pray You Catch Me" and "Don't Hurt Yourself"? There's a reason why Lemonade is clearly so much better than Beyoncé. Oh, and worse of all, "Me, Myself and I" is above "Crazy in Love". Like, what?

Also I'm confused but are they saying that Destiny's Child had only one good song? Because that is so not the truth. "Survivor", "Bootylicious", "Lose My Breath", "Jumpin', Jumpin'" and a couple others are all worthy of being included in this list. That is, if they were counting Destiny's Child.

Don't Hurt Yourself is on the list.
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Re: Complex - The 38 Best Beyonce Songs (2017)

Postby babydoll » Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:51 pm

StevieFan13 wrote:
babydoll wrote:Sorry. It's immediately uncreditable just by featuring "Mine" above masterpieces such as "Hold Up" and "All Night". And, of course, by forgetting "Run the World (Girls)" and most shocking of all, "Freedom". Oh, wait, where's "Pray You Catch Me" and "Don't Hurt Yourself"? There's a reason why Lemonade is clearly so much better than Beyoncé. Oh, and worse of all, "Me, Myself and I" is above "Crazy in Love". Like, what?

Also I'm confused but are they saying that Destiny's Child had only one good song? Because that is so not the truth. "Survivor", "Bootylicious", "Lose My Breath", "Jumpin', Jumpin'" and a couple others are all worthy of being included in this list. That is, if they were counting Destiny's Child.

Don't Hurt Yourself is on the list.

Oh, it is. But point still stands.


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