The Year-End Top 100 is finally out. Now for the million-dollar question – who will emerge on top?
Similar to last year, for those that have watched the mid-year Top 10 video, it basically predicted the Top 10 here. But who did they conquer to secure a spot in the Top 10? You will have to watch the video to find out. In fact, you might even find something new, as there are several songs that never appeared in my weekly Top 25 videos…
Seems like some of you liked the additional statistics at the end of the video last year, that’s why I am happy to announce that it’s back. I find it quite interesting that the number of new songs in the Year-End Hot 100 is almost identical to last year – around 65%. I was expecting around 80% new songs with the popularity of streaming and Tik Tok, but quite a number of songs are hanging on for another year.
Let me know on your thoughts on the chart in the comments. What’s your favorite song on the list? Or your least favorite? But please keep it civil.
Compared to the disaster that is 2020, 2021 gave me a glimpse of the light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s hoping that this pandemic will be a thing of the past soon. I hope that this video brings you some joy and have a great holidays. Finally, hope you all enjoy the video 🙂
Previous Year End Charts:
2020 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6xM-m9iHjQ
2019 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfG2J_bfvJM (Credits: @RhythmGameAddict )
2018 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNCu3HxXDRk
2017 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jokNP5O_lQ
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My favorite song on the list is #98. It is honestly a surprise that Reol is here considering the song didn’t even enter the Top 25. #64. #29 and #19 are great too.
Least favorite on the list is #52. To be fair the nothing really stands out as “bad” this year compared to last year.
EDIT: Aaaaaaand didn’t take long for the first copyright claim. #52 in case you’re wondering.