Girls United Ranks Best Songs in 2022

Did your favorite song make the list?

Our playlists were stacked this year with many songs that took over our parties, social media, and even workouts. We could consume different artists and determine which songs were here to stay.

Here are some of our favorite songs that took over 2022.

GloRilla and Hitkidd – F.N.F. (Let’s Go)

No matter where you are, it’s officially lit when this song comes on.

Ice Spice – Munch (Feelin’ U)

Ice Spice created the IT girl anthem that took over everywhere from the club, TikTok, and anywhere else you can imagine.

Doechii- Persuasive

When this song entered our timelines, we all wanted to feel like “that b-tch,” in the words of Doechii.

Doja Cat- Vegas

Although this was supposed to be a soundtrack song, Doja Cat had fans excited again with her killer verses and smooth sound.

Megan Thee Stallion- Plan B

We all love Megan for her braggadocious raps and energy, and when she debuted this song at Coachella, we knew this would be a moment.

Lizzo- About Damn Time

Lizzo created another banger with her viral TikTok sound of this feel-good and empowering song.

Beyoncé- Break My Soul

When the queen finally released her comeback single, the energy around it was the perfect vibe that got us out of our seats.

City Girls ft Usher- Good Love

This anthem embodied that cookout and picnic feeling that we all love.

The Weeknd- Out Of Time

The Weeknd made a timeless slow jam that we’ll forever include in our playlists.

Future ft Drake and Tems-Wait For U

One thing about it, this song will always have a smooth and fun vibe.

Drake- Sticky

Drake created a fun house-themed banger with Sticky that took over in the club.

GloRilla ft. Cardi B- Tomorrow 2

This song embodies the 2022 energy that we’ve been feeling.

About Kenyatta: Kenyatta Victoria is an entertainment and culture reporter passionate about music, pop culture, and marginalized stories. She has bylines in publications such as Chicago Reader, INSIDER, Girls United, TransLash Media, and the Chicago Tribune.

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