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112. "Sucker" by the Jonas Brothers
At the beginning of the decade, life was different. Barack Obama was in office, planking was a thing, and we were all still using iTunes. Music formatting alone has restructured the DNA of what we hear: Artists are making shorter tunes, subgenres are more readily available, and individual songs are stealing the spotlight from extended albums. As music has evolved, so has its sound, as artists work to fit the new mold or actively defy it. Listen to all of the picks on our Spotify playlist here. Buy Song. It was the summer of and almost exactly three years—to the month—before gay marriage would be legalized in the United States. A nine-minute odyssey, it nestled gently into nighttime introspection sessions, but seemed just as commonplace blaring out of a club speaker at 3 a. Ocean rang in the new era with a song celebrating the unseen fluidity of its moment.
This is a listing of Billboard Hot chart achievements by decade. A decade for these achievements is defined as ten-year periods from years ending in '0' through years ending in '9'. Since the Hot was first published in Billboard magazine in the issue dated August 4, , the first decade of chart achievements ranges from that first issue through the last issue of The following artists topped the Hot for the highest cumulative number of weeks during the s.
Probably drop me a text or two. What a miserable state. Topics like race and polygamy have been "adequately" explained away, so I don't think we'd get anywhere discussing those things. Pickings are slim at church. The religion rather, and more importantly, the church itself is integral to most mormons' identity.