Rolling Stone's updated greatest songs of all time list sees Aretha Franklin, Nemico pubblico nei primi posti

Secondo l'introduzione della lista, al di sopra di 250 “artisti, scrittori e personaggi del settore” sono stati reclutati per partecipare a un sondaggio di quasi 4,000 canzoni per rideterminare quale sia il top 500 siamo. L'elenco originale è stato creato in 2004 and the industry has seen a great deal of change since then.

In particolare, the list contains more hip-hop, moderno nazione, indie rock, Latin pop, reggae, and R&B than the previous version, e 245 entries did not previously hold a space.

The coveted first spot goes to Aretha Franklin for her version of “Rispetto,” originally recorded by Otis Redding. The song has recently seen a surge in popularity following the Queen of Soul’s recently rilasciato biopic of the same name.

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The second spot on the list goes to Public Enemy’sFight the Power.

Aretha Franklin and Public Enemy nabbed the top two spots of Rolling Stone's updated list of the 500 greatest songs of all time for 'Respect' and 'Fight the Power,' respectively.

Aretha Franklin and Public Enemy nabbed the top two spots of Rolling Stone’s updated list of the 500 greatest songs of all time for ‘Respectand ‘Fight the Power,’ rispettivamente. (Getty Images)

Sam Cooke’sA Change is Gonna Come” (No. 3), Bob Dylan’sLike a Rolling Stone” (No. 4) and Nirvana’sSmells Like Teen Spirit” (No. 5) round out the top 5.

The updated list still puts classic acts like The Beatles, Stevie Wonder and Fleetwood Mac in its higher spots, but the top 50 now contain entries from newer acts like Kendrick Lamar, Lorde and Robyn – all of whom scored high spots for songs released after the original’s publication.

Other newer acts honored by the new list include pop sensation Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Il fine settimana, Lady Gaga e altro ancora.

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Infatti, the top five is noticeably different this time around, come il 2004 versione putLike a Rolling Stonein the No. 1 slot while The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” (No. 2), John Lennon’sImagine” (No. 3), Marvin Gaye’sWhat’s Going On” (No. 4) and Franklin’s “Rispetto” (No. 5) rounded out the top five.

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