I’ve listed my “high tens” for a lot of artists, however it’s time to rummage by way of complete discographies and rank each single from worst to finest. This function will primarily sort out teams who’ve disbanded or gone on indefinite hiatus. It’s a means for me to re-evaluate my preliminary ideas on their singles run. Don’t be stunned if the order has modified from previous countdowns. This stuff are at all times in flux!
Properly… one other improbable group has been snatched from us! In celebration of Courageous Women’ discography — by way of its many iterations and member adjustments — right here is my rating of all fifteen promoted tracks.
15. Pink Solar (2021)
Let’s simply faux this one doesn’t exist. (full overview)
14. Goodbye (2023)
Too dour for me.
13. Do You Know (2011)
A surprisingly subdued and stately debut. (full overview)
12. Simply (ft. Cranium) (2011)
Courageous Women go reggae? Okay, then. I just like the sax, although!
11. So Horny (2011)
A bit an excessive amount of dated autotune to be a standout, however nonetheless enjoyable and upbeat. Now go forward and “Brake ya ankle!”
10. These days, You (2012)
The group’s first standout single.
9. Yoo Hoo (2016)
A easy, feel-good summer time bop. (full overview)
8. Deepened (2016)
A slinky sluggish jam that reinvented the group for the higher.
7. We Journey (2020)
A superior metropolis pop effort that aged like advantageous wine. (full overview)
6. Pool Get together (ft. E-Chan) (2021)
It says all of it within the spoken phrase intro: “One other summer time hit” (full overview)
5. Thank You (2022)
My most popular disbandment anthem, Thank You is a fab, sing-along celebration. (full overview)
4. Excessive Heels (2016)
Peak mid-00’s Courageous Brothers, and really a lot in keeping with AOA’s nice run of singles throughout this period. (full overview)
3. Rollin’ (2017)
The music that lastly took Courageous Women to the highest… even when it took 4 years to take action! (full overview)
2. Chi Mat Ba Ram (2021)
That is just about every thing you’d need in a summer time bop. It’s breezy and highly effective and endlessly catchy. (full overview)
1. After We Journey (2021)
This will likely go down as a hidden gem in Courageous Women’ discography, however to me it represents the group at their absolute peak. (full overview)
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