MOST DISAPPOINTING SONGS
Eminem – ‘Love Game’ (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
Rick Ross – ‘Devil Is A Lie’ (Feat. Jay Z)
After weeks of hype and anticipation, Rick Ross released his Jay Z-assisted single ‘Devil Is A Lie’ last month to a mostly positive response but we are not feeling this one. ‘F**kwithmeyouknowigotit’ was one of the hottest records of last year so a lukewarm follow up like ‘Devil’ make it sound even worse. Ross isn’t making much sense with his verse and the below average hook made matters worse. Hov’s clever words weren’t enough to save this.
DJ Khaled – ‘No New Friends’ (Feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne)
The first problem about this song is that we’ve heard this combination of artists in one way or another a million times now so the excitement was no longer there when we clicked play. On top of that, when you label it as “Started From The Bottom Remix’, the expectations go even higher and after hearing the song a few times, our hopes came down crashing. Even Drizzy’s magic couldn’t save this one.
DJ Khaled – ‘I Wanna Be With You’ (Feat. Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross & Future)
Having big names on the same song is not always advantageous and Khaled has definitely learned his lesson lately. Before it was yet to be released, Khaled described it as the “biggest song” but reality was that it featured some ordinary verses and a forced off-scale hook from Future. No surprise that it went off-scale on the charts too.
2 Chainz – ‘Netflix’ (Feat. Fergie)
Our eyes lit up when we heard Fergie is going to be the guest artist on 2 Chainz’ ‘Netflix’, the promo single from his sophomore album B.O.A.T.S. II: MEtime as it had been a long time since we heard the Black Eyed Peas singer on a Rap song. The track unfortunately ended up being mediocre as hell.