#BestOf2015 : Top 100 Tracks (25-1)


TOP 100 TRACKS PART 4

The last quarter of our best tracks of the year features the most significant hip-hop artist; one of whose songs has become an anthem for the new civil rights movement; two spectacular comebacks; a fox turned priest; the most covered song of 2015 and the best of those covers; a revelations and a well established act from down under and Obama’s choice.

And our favourite tracks of the year are:

25-THE WEEKND
Can't Feel My Face
(Insterscope)
24-FUTURE
March Madness
(Self-Released)
23-COURTNEY BARNETT
Depreston
(Milk Records)
22-TAME IMPALA
Cause I'm A Man
(Modular)
21-GRIMES
Flesh Without Blood
(4AD)
20-D'ANGELO & THE VANGUARD
Sugah Daddy
(RCA)
19-BJÖRK
Stonemilker
(One Little Indian)
18-NEON INDIAN
Slumlord
(Transgressive)
17-CARLY RAE JEPSEN
Run Away With Me
(Schoolboy)
16-SLEATER-KINNEY
Surface Envy
(Sub Pop)
15-DESTROYER
Times Square
(Dead Oceans)
14-KENDRICK LAMAR
King Kunta
(Top Dawg)
13-ERYKAH BADU FEAT. ANDRE 3000
Hello
(Self-Released)
12-SUFJAN STEVENS
All Of Me Wants All Of You
(Ashtmatic Kitty)
11-TAME IMPALA
Let It Happen
(Modular)
10-JULIA HOLTER
Sea Calls Me Home
(Domino)
9-COURTNEY BARNETT
Pedestrian At Best
(Milk Record)
8-FATHER JOHN MISTY
I Love You, Honeybear
(Bella Union)
7-JOANNA NEWSOM
Divers
(Drag City)
6-KENDRICK LAMAR
Alright
(Top Dawg)
5-JAMIE XX FEAT. YOUNG THUG & POPCAAN
I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
(Young Thug)
4-DRAKE/ERYKAH BADU
Hotline Bling/Cel U Lar Device
(OVO Music/Self-Released)
3-GRIMES
Kill V. Maim
(4AD)
2-SUFJAN STEVENS
Fourth Of July
(Ashtmatic Kitty)
1-KENDRICK LAMAR FEAT. JAMES FAUNTLEROY & RONALD ISLEY
How Much A Dollar Cost
(Top Dawg)

And the rest of the Top 100:
TRACKS 50-26
TRACKS 75-51
TRACKS 100-76