Female English Songs are most widely songs heard across the globe. This is the latest mantra for all the stress you have. It refreshes your mood like nothing else could do. English songs also make your life easy and interesting as it helps in dealing with tough problems and situations. This year has also given us some of the most potent and paradigm shifting English songs in recent memory from Rock to R&B and everything else in between.
The year 2017 has been a year of such class English songs which has set a great level of standards for the coming years. The internet has so taken its place that everyone around the earth can search and listen to any type of songs they like to listen. As there are many female artists and they are coming up with new songs but in this list, you will find latest 5 trending Female English songs of 2017 which you should listen to.
Latest 5 Trending Female English Songs of 2017 You should listen
The song is recorded by American Singer Miley Cyrus as the lead single from Cyrus’ upcoming sixth studio album. Malibu is the love song about her fiancé, Liam Hemsworth. Malibu has lots of insight into where this on-again, an off-again couple is today. The video shows a raw, fresh-faced Cyrus smiling, walking with balloons down the beach and just looking happy while singing about love. The song became her ninth top-ten entry on the US Billboard Hot 100 while peaking at number 10.
The pop star has finally dropped “Look What You Made Me Do” is the first single from her sixth studio album Reputation. It is highly anticipated upcoming album of the first single. The accompanying official lyrics video itself includes lizards, guns, ouroboroses and spooky messages carved into trees. The video features Swift mercilessly mocking her own reputation from over the years. It broke the record for the most-watched lyric video within 24 hours. So far, it’s crossing more than 37 million views.
Selena Gomez’s video for her hit single “Fetish” isn’t exactly what the name implies. Lyrically, the song explores themes of sexuality and sexual desires. Selena Gomez has turned out one of her more disturbing music videos in her 10-year singing career with Fetish. The video features Selena as she set in a suburb, was in the kitchen where she ate soap, lipstick, and glass and then lost it. Fetish contains a beat that blends R&B and electronic music.
Down is the fifth Harmony’s first single as a quartet after the Camila Cabello’s departure. The track is a love song inspired by the group’s bond as a quartet and the adversities they have faced individually and as a group. The video is simple, more focusing on dance moves and the smoldering camera looks. “Down” adds 9.2 million first-week U.S. streams and 7.1 million in airplay audience and enters the Pop Songs airplay chart at No. 37.
Bon Appétit song is all about women being in control, despite the video showing the singer being cooked by a group of men. It is a dance-pop and trap-pop song with lyrics that feature sexual double entendres involving food. The single broke the pop diva’s own record for most YouTube views in a day which scoring 16.8 million hits in just 24 hours. Commercially, the song has charted within the top ten in France, Israel, and Spain as well as the top twenty in Belgium and Canada.