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shut your ears case here are the worst songs. they are not in any order.
who let the dogs out? by Baha MenAfter
hearing this song, many people have asked "Who let the Baha Men out?" In reality, this disc is not representative of the group`s normal output, which is a mixture of Caribbean R&B, dance and rap music.
Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice
The tune has caused Vanilla Ice a lot of trouble since its release in 1990. Although no royalties were ever formally paid, Ice reportedly paid an out of court sum to Queen/Bowie, and their writing credits were added retroactively to the disc.
Barbie Girl by Aqua
In 2007, Rolling Stone voted it as one of the 20 Most Annoying Songs.In 2007, MuchMoreMusic voted it as one of the 50 Guilty Pleasures. Blender magazine also voted it at #33, as one of the 50 Worst Songs Ever.
friday by rebacca black
This song is hated by millions of people. It is known that the singer is famouse cause of how much people hate this song. its terrible, but gets stuck in your head.
Achy Breaky Heart` byBilly Ray Cyrus
Until a few years ago, this song was what people thought of when they heard the name "Cyrus." For that reason, Billy Ray should be thanking his superstar daughter every day. To his credit, the man did heroically bring the mullet hairstyle to exciting and provocative new places.
Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani
When Courtney Love called Stefani a "cheerleader" in Seventeen magazine, Gwen defiantly fought back ... by making a cheerleader song. Repeated listening to this tuneless attitude-anthem may cause listeners to go a bit bananas themselves.
Wannabe by Spice Girls
When these Brit birds invaded the U.S. in 1996 with this huge single, girl power swept the nation. The song was dumb and over the top but admittedly kind of fun ... for a while, anyway. The pop anthem eventually transitioned from guilty pleasure back to purely annoying pre-teen fluff.
I`m Too Sexy by Right Said Fred
While the members of this British trio may be too sexy for their shirts, hats and cars, their 1991 single is not too sexy for our list of bad songs. The instrumental break, based on a riff from `Third Stone From the Sun,` probably still causes Jimi Hendrix to turn in his grave.