20. Chance The Rapper – Mixtape (ft Young Thug & Lil Yachty)
How does a song like this possibly fit on an album as joyous as Colouring Book?
19. Fergie – M.I.L.F.$
ong awaited return, was certainly not a triumphant one.
18. Lukas Graham – 7 Years
Every possible cliche in the book, looks like Michael Scott/David Brent was behind both song and video.
17. David Guetta – This One’s For You (ft Zara Larsson)
Used as the official song for Euro 2016 in France, there really wasn’t another French artist out there who would do a better job?
16. ZAYN – Pillow Talk
Give it a rest Zayn, turn off the capitals, and turn down your voice. Preferred you in 1D.
15. NEIKED – Sexual
Painfully niggling, irritating and worst of all- catchy.
14. DNCE – Cake By The Ocean
I wonder if any of the 12-year-olds singing along know that cake is a euphemism for ass?
13. Kanye West – Feedback
One of the many scattered compilations of sound bites, found on Kanye’s messiest album to date.
12. Calvin Harris – This Is What You Came For (ft Rihanna)
When will these two call it a day with the EDM/pop/R&B/Ibiza pop thing they have going on?
11. Lil Yachty – Minnesota (Remix)
How do you make a song like Minnesota even worse than it already is? Remix it with Young Thug.
10. Jonas Blue – Fast Car
How many more songs of long-lasting credibility and popularity can be tainted by the curse of tropical house?
9. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Spoons (ft Ryan Bedard)
The worst, most painful song on one of the worst albums of the year.
8. B.O.B. – Flatline
This song is just moronic beyond belief. It’s actually a song about Earth being flat.
7. Charlie Puth & Meghan Trainor – Marvin Gaye
Painfully cheesy, even for these two. Mr Gaye must be turning in his grave.
6. Rihanna – Work
Laziness is an understatement, the chorus sung by millions across the world, doesn’t even have any words.
5. Meghan Trainor – No
Meghan Trainor really does have a way with words.
4. Corey Feldman – Go 4 It (ft Snoop Dogg)
Dubstep, and Snoop Dogg features, apparently both have a place in 2016.
3. Jacob Sartorius – Sweatshirt
Recalls the yesteryears of Rebecca Black’s Friday, Americans really do have too much time and money on their hands.
2. G-Eazy – Me, Myself & I
The chorus that engrains itself in reluctant minds for weeks, topped off with the masterclass of G-Eazy.
1. KSI – Friends With Benefits
YouTube star who insists on trying to rap, with
little to show for it 24 million views for Friends With Benefits alone. Jump Around also could have featured.