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Bop Shop Of The 2010s: The Best Overlooked Songs Of The Decade

In the year when “Hello” and “When We Were Young” took over the charts, Adele‘s third 25 single seemingly fell through the cracks, which is just… blasphemous. It deserved more and deserved better! In this stunning pop hit, Adele sticks to her brand of singing about heartbreak and lost love, but with a surprising, uptempo twist, allowing her to convey “happy you’re gone” rather than “I miss you, come back.” The song stays strong in lyrical value, and its layered vocals, rhythmic beat drops, and electronic-inspired production make it completely fun. For the first time in a long time, we got to see Adele in a new light, both cool and refreshing, and I hope we see more of it in 2020 with the release of *fingers crossed* A4! —Sarina Bhutan

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