Sunday Night Music: Twenty-eighteen

Great Tunes from 2018

My head is still hooked on Ava Max’s ‘Sweet but Psycho‘ whenever I think of music and the past year. That tune bears a lot of strength, but I would bet on anything to say Jess Glynne’s ‘Thursday‘ is quite something I’d vote as Song of the Year.

And then there is Dean Lewis’s ‘Be Alright‘ and Ariana Grande’s ‘thank u, next‘, which are all as interesting. I also loved Grace Carter’s ‘Why Her Not Me‘, Marshmello (ft. Bastille)’s ‘Happier‘, MKTO’s ‘How Can I Forget‘, Alec Benjamin’s ‘Let Me Down Slowly‘, Craig David’s ‘I Know You‘, Calum Scott’s ‘Only You‘, and Cole Swindell’s ‘All of It‘. Each one of them made me press Repeat on a music player several times.

Back home, I’d give my award to Andy Bumuntu (for ‘Stay‘) and Buravan (for his ‘Garagaza‘).

I could go on and on. These are some of the greatest songs I listened to this past year. I hope you enjoy them all through this last week of twenty-eighteen.

If you want, check out the playlist on YouTube or on Spotify.

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