It’s a December tradition here at Flavorwire that we take a look at Pitchfork’s Top 10 Songs of the Year, and think about what they might say about the generation who’s listening to them. This year’s Top 10 is a diverse selection that perhaps reflects the disconnected and fractured nature of the year that saw their release — so anyway, join us as we overanalyze and overthink just what it might all mean.
10. Michael Jackson — “Love Never Felt So Good” (Original Version)
We miss the King of Pop, it seems. But c’mon, listen to Thriller or Bad instead.