Top 100 Songs in February 2017

Checkout the below listed Latest and new Top 100 Songs in February 2017. It often takes a phenomenal effort just to make an impact in the music industry, but being placed on the “top” list in any genre is an accomplishment worthy of the best. For every thousand artists, musicians, and singers that take the stage, maybe ten, if they’re lucky, will find their way into the hearts and minds of fans that are willing to listen. For those fortunate few the chance to shine is something that shouldn’t be taken for granted, as it could lead to fame and glory of such magnitude that each generation will continue to enjoy their music even after they’re gone. Those are type of aspirations that the artists responsible for the top one hundred songs of February 2017 can only hope to attain.


Here is the list of Top 100 Songs of February 2017

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100) My Sh*t- A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
99) Down- Marian Hill
98) Black- Dierks Bentley
97) Biebs in the Trap- Travis Scott
96) Just Hold On- Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson
94) Say It- Tume ft. Tove Lo
93) All We Know- The Chainsmokers ft. Phoebe Ryan
92) Today- Brady Paisley
91) You’re Welcome- Dwayne Johnson
90) Parachute- Chris Stapleton
89) The Weekend- Brantley Gilbert
88) Despacito- Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee
87) Sex With Me- Rihanna
86) Timeless- A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ft. DJ SPINKING
85) Way Down We Go- Kaleo
84) Neighbors- J. Cole
83) Song for Another Time- Old Dominion
82) 80s Mercedes- Maren Morris
81) Congratulations- Post Malone ft. Quavo
80) Water- Ugly God
79) Call On Me- Starley
78) Red Opps- 21 Savage
77) Not Afraid Anymore- Halsey
76) Think A Little Less- Michael Ray
75) Sober Saturday Night- Chris Young ft. Vince Gill
74) Kill A Word- Eric Church ft. Rhiannon Giddens
73) Sneakin’- Drake ft. 21 Savage
72) OTW- DJ Luke Nasty
71) Goosebumps- Travis Scott
70) Location- Khalid
69) Play That Song- Train
68) Fresh Eyes- Andy Grammer
67) How Far I’ll Go- Auli’i Cravalho
66) Seen’ Red- Dustin Lynch
65) Moves- Big Sean
64) Wanna Be That Song- Brett Eldredge
63) Redbone- Childish Gambino
62) Make Me (Cry)- Noah Cyrus ft. Labrinth
61) Swang- Rae Sremmurd
60) Alone- Marshmella
59) Selfish- PnB Rock
58) Dirty Laundry- Carrie Underwood
57) Dirt On My Boots- Jon Pardi
56) How Far I’ll Go- Alessia Cara
55) Star of The Show- Thomas Rhett
54) HandClap- Fitz and the Tantrums
53) I Got You- Bebe Rexha
52) Chantaje- Shakira ft. Maluma
51) A Guy with a Girl- Blake Shelton
50) No Heart- 21 Savage & Boomin
49) Used to This- Future ft. Drake
48) Deja Vu- J. Cole
47) In the Name of Love- Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha
46) You Was Right- Lil Uzi Vert
45) Party- Chris Brown ft. Usher & Gucci Mane
44) Both- Gucci Mane ft. Drake
43) T-Shirt- Migos
42) Cold Water- Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber and MO
41) Better Man- Little Big Town
40) Chill Bill- Rob $tone ft. Jay Davi$ & Spooks
39) The Greatest- Sia ft. Kendrick Lamar
38) Rockabye- Clean Bandit ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
37) X- Savage 21 & Metro Boomin ft. Future
36) Party Monster- The Weeknd
35) Blue Ain’t Your Color- Keith Urban
34) Water Under the Bridge- Adele
33) Don’t Let Me Down- The Chainsmokers ft. Daya
32) iSpy- KYLE ft. Lil Yachty
31) Love Me Now- John Legend
30) Say You Won’t Let Go- James Arthur
29) This Town- Niall Horan
28) Castle on the Hill- Ed Sheeran
27) Cheap Thrills- Sia ft. Sean Paul
26) Treat You Better- Shawn Mendes
25) Mercy- Shawn Mendes
24) Can’t Stop The Feeling!- Justin Timberlake
23) Starving- Hailee Steinfeld & Grey ft. Zedd
22) All Time Low- John Bellion
21) Broccoli- D.R.A.M. ft Lil Yachty
20) Heathens- Twenty One Pilots
19) I Feel It Coming- The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk
18) Juju On That Beat (TZ Anthem)- Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall
17) Love On The Brain- Rihanna
16) Let Me Love You- DJ Snake ft. Justin Bieber
15) Bounce Back- Big Sean
14) Caroline- Amine
13) Scars to Your Beautiful- Alessia Cara
12) Side to Side- Ariana Grande ft. Nikki Minaj
11) Fake Love- Drake

10) 24K Magic- Bruno Mars

Since his first debut Mars has been magic on the scene with his wondrous voice and skills as a musician. Very little he’s done has ever gone unnoticed since he was introduced to the music scene, and this track shows why.

9) Don’t Wanna Know- Maroon 5 ft. Kendrick Lamar

This definitely has the classic Maroon 5 sound with a bit of help from Lamar on the vocals that lends it just enough of a difference that it sounds fresh and completely new. The pairing between the group and Lamar is able to produce a blend of styles that can draw fans of both together.

8) I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)- Zayn & Taylor Swift

The normal “good girl” feel that Swift is so well-known for seems to fade away with this song as well as the video that accompanies it. Some might claim that it is a rite of passage, that she is transcending from the innocent young girl to the more mature and sophisticated adult, but somehow it’s more believable that she’s just getting into character for the song.

7) Paris- The Chainsmokers

This is a feel-good song that moves along at a very easy pace and can be listened to without any expectation. It leaves the listener feeling very relaxed at the end.

6) Bad Things- Machine Gun Kelly & Camilla Cabello

This song hits the listener with a beat that is hard enough to feel but soft enough to make the impact bearable. Once the softer lyrics come in the song is quite pleasant.

5) Starboy- The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk

The Weeknd and Daft Punk just seem to get along. Anything they’ve done together thus far has been a hit, as it shows on this list that their efforts don’t go unnoticed.

4) Closer- The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey

The versatility of the The Chainsmokers combined with the pleasing tones of Halsey are more than enough to propel this song to number 4 on the list. While this track has been on the top list for some time, it’s easy to see why it might be likely to remain for a while.

3) Black Beatles- Rae Sremmurd ft. Gucci Mane

Some songs are simply calm enough to ease the listener into a sense of relaxation, and this one is different. But the fact that it carries a powerful message is more than enough to keep it at the top of the list.

2) Shape of You- Ed Sheeran

While he’s not a newcomer to the list, Ed Sheeran’s appearance at number two is a welcome-back to a very prominent musician. His unique sound is enough to enchant even the most jaded music listener.

1) Bad and Boujee- Migos ft. Lil Uzi Vert

Despite the slow and easy pace this is definitely a song that is influenced by old school rap and features a few modern touches. It’s impressive to listen to a song that moves to its own beat and not the expected formula.

While the greatest artists of all time have spent at least a little time on such lists of top 100 songs, the truly great hardly ever notice how much time they spend in the top ten songs or top one hundred songs. They’re more likely to worry about how their fans receive them than their critics, because that is the true legacy of any musician.

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