Here are facts you don’t know about your latest favorite songs!
We’ve all had songs that we love so much that we play it over and over again. Sometimes we don’t even know what it’s about or why it was made. Here are quick facts you need to know about your latest favorite songs right now. These songs can be found on Y101’s the Weekly Top 20.
Chainsmokers ft. Coldplay
‘Something Just Like This’
- The song is about a relationship that doesn't need to be “superhumanly perfect”. Chris Martin wants to be like mythological greats like Achilles and Hercules and comic superheroes such as Spiderman and Batman, but he is well aware he's nothing like them. Fortunately his girl just wants a simple relationship with a straightforward guy.
- The lyric video of the song was streamed more than 9 million times in just 24 hours after it was released. It broke the record previously held by Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean lyric video, which was played 8.2 million times in its first day.
- This confessional love song was inspired by the singer's real-life relationship with her boyfriend. Michaels explained that she and her boyfriend fights a lot but always finds a way to work them out. She said the song is about knowing and accepting you and your partner have issues, but no matter what happens, you’re always there for each other.
- Issues is the debut single by Michaels, who is better known as a songwriter of hit tunes like Selena Gomez’ Good for You and Justin Bieber’s Sorry.
- Some of the issues Michaels admitted having about herself is that she is a very jealous person and is very confrontational that sometimes it causes problems.
Calvin Harris ft. Frank Ocean & Migos
- The term “slide" is slang for engaging in a no-strings-attached sexual act. In the song, Ocean is questioning the behavior of the girl wondering if she wants to slide in someone's life just for their affluent lifestyle.
- The song’s famous high pitched vocal opening line is a reference to a painting by Picasso. Ocean is actually saying “I might empty my bank account and buy that boy with a pipe, i might.” It implies that Ocean wants to buy the 1905 Pablo Picasso painting, Boy with a Pipe, that was sold in auction for 104 million dollars!
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