96. Sabrina Carpenter - Looking at Me // Sent by Darbe
TSC 379 - 3rd place, 89 points (3 points given)
This is an example of a song I massively underrated on first listen. I always liked it, but realize that I like it even more the further I listen to it. I think this might be Sabrina's best song since Thumbs. I can't justify putting it any higher for now, but if I were doing this ranking two months from now I could see this song moving up a lot on my list. I hope I didn't rob Darbe of a win that week. Sorry!
Poppy's transition into rock/heavy metal is such a fascinating and unexpected turn of events. I tend to enjoy experimental songs like this that border on heavy metal (see: Hungary 2018). I feel the same way about Scary Mask that I do about Hungary's 2018 entry, actually. Melodically, it's really interesting, and more than just loud noise. Iceland 2019 is another example. Scary Mask has a bit less replay value for me than either of those songs, but I still very much appreciate this song's existence, and the fact that Poppy was brave enough to dabble in the genre.
I tend to enjoy Matoma's music, and this is no exception. I became a little tired of the drop hence why this isn't any higher, but the production value is top-notch. I probably would've given this more points during any other week, but that contest was disproportionately stacked. You can expect to see a lot more songs from that week appear on this list, not necessarily in point order.
93. Ciara - Thinkin Bout You // Sent by Fritzyyyyy
TSC 351 - 7th place, 109 points (8 points given)
I don't think I realized I was much of a Ciara fan until this year. I enjoy her music a lot, and this was a welcome addition to my playlist when it came out. It's a super chill track that I can see myself playing on any occasion.
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