The year 2022 was full of chart-topping hits, inspiring songs and breakthrough artists. Whether you discovered new music as a loyal fan, through your favorite social media platforms or simply by word of mouth, everyone's playlist are filled with new music! Here are five tracks that BET.com can't get out of our heads.
"Cuff It" - Beyoncé
This viral hit comes straight off of Beyoncé's latest album Renaissance and thanks to social media a fresh dance routine was created that took the internet by storm! "Cuff It" co-produced with Beyoncé, Nova Wav and Raphael Saadiq with additional production by Rissi and The-Dream, “Cuff It” is nominated for Best R&B Song at the 65th Grammy Awards.
"F.N.F (Let's Go)" -GloRilla
Memphis-bred rapper GloRilla made her mainstream debut with this track with the help of Hitkidd's musical production, "F.N.F" had one of the most talked about choruses of 2022: "I’m F-R-E-E, fuck n- - - - free" and let's not forget the "Let's gooo" ad-lib that gets everyone hyped up in the middle of the song. The 23-year-old performed the single at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards and took home the win for Breakthrough Hip Hop Artist.
"Munch (Feelin’ U)"- Ice Spice
“You thought I was feelin’ you?” is by far one of the most catchy catchphrases and hooks of 2022, thanks to Bronx rapper Ice Spice. The lyrics on the track continue, “That n***a a munch/N***a a eater he ate it for lunch/B***h I’m a baddie I get what I want,” according to the 22-year-old, the word Munch describes a guy to be a dummy, a sucker, or a simp.
"Plan B" - Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion left it all on the table with this rap diss-heavy track, “Plan B” which samples Jodeci’s 1995 hit “Freek’n You (Mr. Dalvin’s Freek Mix)” featuring Raekwon and Ghostface Killah of Wu-Tang Clan and comes off of her second studio album Traumazine.
"The Heart Part 5" - Kendrick Lamar
Prior to releasing his fifth studio album Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers, Kendrick Lamar dropped "The Heart Part 5," as a pre-ritual to his long-running pre-album single series. In this Marvin Gaye sample, Lamar morphs into the faces of Nipsey Hussle, Kanye West, Kobe Bryant, Will Smith, Jussie Smollett, O.J. Simpson and others, as he raps from each of their respective personal lives, that the public witnessed.
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