An Analysis Of Money, Love, And Sex In Music

Thought Catalog

What if you could see, in one second, how often a certain word or phrase was used in the most popular songs of the past decades? Guess no longer. Each graph below shows how often certain words have been used for each of the most popular songs since 1960.
The horizontal axis is the year of the song and the y-axis is the song’s popularity according to Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles. Each cell represents a song. The more red a song is, the more often that particular word appears appears in the song. For example, if a song has 5 “love” words and a total of 100 words in the entire song, that song is assigned 5% and a particular shade of color. [tc-mark]

1. Baby

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2. Body

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3. Boys

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4. Curse Words

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Sondre Lerche Cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”


Just like a Doctor Who Snuggie, Sondre Lerche has birthed this ultra cool cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”. Please follow the link below to listen to the the raw rendition.

Like it a lot? Click here for a free download.

There’s some more covers from this artist out there. If you want to listen to some of them the links below are Beyoncé’s “Countdown” and Animal Collective’s “Bluish”, respectively.

Enjoy the music!