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Top 7 Songs of January

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A group of 8th graders at Stone Middle School are listening to their favorite music during 7th period while doing classwork. The group felt better and got a good grade on their classwork.

A group of 8th graders at Stone Middle School are listening to their favorite music during 7th period while doing classwork. The group felt better and got a good grade on their classwork.

A group of 8th graders at Stone Middle School are listening to their favorite music during 7th period while doing classwork. The group felt better and got a good grade on their classwork.

Fabrizio B., Staff Writer

Do you ever feel like you missing out on cool songs? You should read this to find out what are the best songs of this month.

1. Rockstar By Post Malone

Rockstar is about what people do and how it makes them feel like a rockstar or a popstar. Rockstar is a duet between Post Malone and 21 Savage. In the song, it compares and contrast people feeling like a rockstar and a popstar. It compares them by saying that postars are more know for younger kids and rocktars are known more by adults.

2. Havana By Camila Cameo

Camila Cameo wrote this song as a tribute to Havana, Cuba, the capital of her birth place. Havana says, “half of my heart is in Havana,” giving significance to her being born in Cuba and her other parent being from Mexico.

3. 1-800-273-8255 By Logic

Logic, released a new song called 1-800-273-8255 which is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Logic wrote this song for anyone who is feeling down and wants support. In the song it says, “I want you to be alive,” telling people that everyone is loved and should look for support.

4. Thunder By Imagine Dragons

According to SongFact.com Thunder is about how the main singer, Dan Reynolds, because he was being mocked for wanting to be a big star.  In the song they sing, “ I was dreaming of bigger things,” saying that he wanted to become someone who is well known.

5. Perfect By Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran wrote this song explaining about how he found the perfect significant other for him. His goal was to make his new song more popular than “Thinking Out Loud.” “Thinking Out Loud,” was Ed Sheeran’s most popular it was number one for 52 consecutive weeks.

6. Mi Gente J Balvin

According to Songfact.com J Balvin wrote this song after hearing President Trump saying he will build a wall on the mexican border. He decided to write this as a protest saying, “let’s do a song to unite people.”

7. Man’s Not Hot By Big Shaq

In the music video Big Shaq is mimicking a roadman a person who always wears a big coat, even when it’s hot. Luis Barreto said, “I believe that Man’s Not Hot should be the top seventh because the beat and lyrics are fire and catchy to sing along to.”

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