Billboard Top 20: part 4 of 4

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This is the final part of the four part series for the Billboard Top 20 where numbers 16-20. Be sure to read parts 1,2, and 3 of this series to see numbers 1-15. For the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, the winners for “top artists” were Justin Bieber, Drake, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd.

Black Beatles ft Gucci Mane by Rae Sremmurd

Mike Will Made It  produced the song 23 by Miley Cyrus.  From the VEVO Certified Awards, Mike Will Made It won first place in 2013 with 100,000,00 views.    23 is not recommended to everyone in a school environment for it has strong language.

One Dance ft WizKid and Kyla by Drake

Kyla said, “They got my track, cut the bits out that they wanted, and just made a song out of it.”  One Dance is simply a commendation to getting out of control on the dance floor while moving  affectionately with a dance partner.  

Starving ft Zedd by Hailee Steinfeld & Grey

Grey, Steinfeld, and Zedd teased the song before it came out by tweeting out the word starving.  Genius said, “‘Starving’ is about a relationship that’s getting more adventurous in and outside of the bedroom.”  

Can’t Stop The Feeling! By Justin Timberlake

CAN’T STOP THE FEELING! was meant to be a song that would make people happy and want to have fun. This song is part of the soundtrack of the new movie, Trolls, where he plays a main character role named Branch. Timberlake said, “I’ve never written a song like that under these type of circumstances, but when I started to write the song, I was like, this actually makes me feel really good.”

Tory Lanez performs on the first day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP)

Tory Lanez performs on the first day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016, in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP)

Luv by Tory Lanez

When Lanez was talking about what inspired him to write this song, he said, “It was actually sparked off of another record that I did called “Come Back To Me.” On that we sampled Wayne Wonder’s ‘No Letting Go’ record. And basically the record was so dope.”