Thursday, December 2, 2010

The Top 25 Songs of 2010: #'s 25-21

2010 is about to pass us by. Before we prep ourselves for the new year, let's look back at some great music that was blessed upon us in this first year of a brand-new decade. It was a little difficult to narrow the tracks down to, what this blog thinks of, as the top 25 of 2010, but we gotta do what we gotta do, right? So here are The Halftime Steez's most eargasmic bangers of the year:

25. Bag Raiders - Shooting Stars

This Aussie electro-duo made big waves this year with their self-titled debut, which has become one of my favorite albums of 2010. It's only right, of course, that they have a spot on this list.

24. J. Cole - Who Dat

One of Hip-Hop's worst kept secrets, J. Cole jumped on all haters and doubters this year with this fiery track. With Cole World due out next year, watch out for more fire to spew out from this kid.

23. Big Boi - Shutterbug

The first single off Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. Produced by (he's alive!!) Scott Storch, and features ATL singer Cutty (remember "Some Cut"?). Stank you very much.

22. Robyn - Dancehall Queen

Robyn had a busy 2010, dropping tracks left and right, and eventually releasing three (3) albums. This one takes the cake, however. With Diplo on the production, "Dancehall Queen" combines the old-skool Jamaican Dancehall with 21st century Dubstep. You need this on your iPod.

21. N.E.R.D. - Hypnotize U
In case you didn't know: This beat is crazy. In case you didn't know: this track is produced by a particular French duo known to many as Daft Punk.

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