Top 100 Songs Of The Week – June 17, 2017 (Billboard Hot 100)

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Top 100 Songs Of The Week – June 17, 2017 according to Billboard Hot 100.

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  1. All these gibberish rap songs like xo tour life , look at me, tunnel visions,etc are so annoying but people tend to like them so whatever. I’m the one and Despacito are overrated. Songs that didn’t make it to the billboard but are some of the best songs of the recent weeks:
    Paramore – Hard Times
    Haim – Want you back
    Lorde – Perfect Places
    Dua Lipa – New Rules
    Fall out boys – Young and Menace
    Carly Rae Jepsen – cut to the feeling
    Tujamo, Sorana – one on one
    Neo Noir – Colours

    1. +george _61100​ I said gibberish rap. Kendrick makes decent rap songs unlike that criminal rapist Kodak Black and some other random rappers. That Playboi Carti dude came out of nowhere in the top 50 and sucks big time. YFN Lucci, Ayo and Teo, xxxtentacion and so many others. JEEZ

  2. WTF?? WHY ALWAYS DESPACITO?! THE F*CK SONG! I HATE THAT SONG SO MUCH! THE SONG IS VERY UNPLEASANT TO HEAR! THAT SONG LIKE A B*TCH AND SH*T. F*CK YOU DESPACITO! THAT SONGS DO NOT EDUCATE! WHY NO ALAN WALKER TIRED? more useful than the DESPACITO song!!

  3. Camila cabello crying in the club, that song is one of the best song this year deserve, ,better position, masterpiece full of art, but no matter i so proud of my princess, she really have talen.

    1. 321Leviathan you won’t find it on bb100. Go listen to Paramore’s hard time, Dua Lipa’s New Rules or Haim’s want you back (if you like indie and non mainstream music). Else stick to commercial billboard.

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