Miami's Ten Most Hated Songs of 2013

Photo by Laurie Charles

It was the first weekend of 2014. Dudes in handlebar mustaches and bushy beards and ladies in beanies, combat boots, and plaid skirts crowded the back patio of Gramps.

With a glass of Penicillin on one hand and a cigarette on the other, the (mainly) hipster crew in the Wynwood bar reminisced on all the twerking, sexist songs, and radio overkill of the last year. And if there is one thing everyone agreed on, it's that pop music is dead.

Here are Miami's ten most hated songs of 2013, according to the music junkies at Gramps. May 2014 bring better music to our ears.

See also: Five Sexiest Songs of Summer 2013, According to Miami Party People

Lady Gaga featuring R Kelly "Do What U Want"
Peter and Grace were sitting out back on one of the benches.

"I don't listen to the radio much, but that Lada Gaga and R. Kelly one is supersexist," said Peter. "She did cool stuff before, but then released that shit."

Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell and T.I. "Blurred Lines"
"'Blurred Lines' is another sexist one," added Grace. "I like everything about it. I think the back up and vocals are great, but the lyrics kill it."

Sure, the song might be about rape and all. But you gotta admit, it's pretty catchy.

See also: Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" Is About Rape and Seven Other Songs You Misunderstood

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Humberto Casanova
Humberto Casanova

If I have to hear that lorde song one more time...... I would like to see what their top 10 records are.

Anthonyvop1 topcommenter

Blurred lines is a crappy song but only bitchy and/or ugly women and wussy men consider it sexist.


And yet they are all huge hits. Money talks..

Brad Flaherty
Brad Flaherty

i think they just lazily listed the billboard top charters, in order....

Brian Hughes
Brian Hughes

hmmm, anything Pitbull, Rihanna is a joke, anything Kesha....there's just so much. Should be top 100

Anthonyvop1 topcommenter

@j.polloExactly.  It is called Pop Music.   Pop is short for POPULAR!!!


@Anthonyvop1 @j.pollo Fabricated Popularity, sadly the "charts" and public airwaves have been corrupted by the record and music industry for decades.  It's the music industry execs and it's corporate board room members pushing on the world any song they determine and desire.  Die old Music Business, die!

Anthonyvop1 topcommenter

@tokoneko@Anthonyvop1@j.pollo Please.  The way we listen may change but the business is still the same.  

Pop music has always been manufactured.  Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Elvis all had handlers who packaged them to make money.  

Even the Beatles were manufactured by Brian Epstein.  

Today we have Justin Beiber in the 60's we had the Herman's Hermits. 

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