B.O.B’s “Nothin On You” track featuring Bruno Mars tops the best singles of the year list in Entertainment Weekly. At #2 we have Nicki Minaj’s guest raps on a lot of other people’s singles. Entertainment Weekly said she blazed the brightest doing the guest verses for more established stars. Entertainment Weekly also aren’t the only ones who think that as many music critics said on Kanye West’s smash single “Monster” she stood out more than rap veterans Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Rick Ross.

Other artist on the list include Taylor Swift for her “Back To December” single, Pink for “Raise Your Glass”, Usher for “OMG”, Lady Gaga & Beyonce’s “Telephone”, Bruno Mars’ “Grenade”, Paramore’s “The Only Exception”. That rounds out most of the artist on the top 10 but there were other artists whose singles were given a sort of honorable mention. These artists include Katy Perry for “Teenage Dream”, the nine year old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith; Willow Smith for her girl anthem “Whip My Hair”, Sade for “Soldier Of Love”, and the highly buzzed about Pitsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa for his smash single “Black And Yellow”.

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