The Top 20 Karaoke Songs To Sing From 2018

2018 is winding down and coming to an end, and what a year it has been for musical magnificence! The contemporary classics of today are the karaoke anthems of tomorrow, so we've toiled through all the best albums, songs and musical medleys from this year that you wonderful karaoke-loving lunatics have been belting out at our venues and on our karaoke subscription service. The result is an eclectic mix of musical excellence – from Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's incredible duets in A Star Is Born to the repetitive, gets-under-your-skin catchiness of George Ezra's Shotgun. 

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20) In My Feelings – Drake

Drake In My Feelings

The song that launched a hundred thousand questionable viral videos and almost as many conspiracy theories about the real-life identity of Kiki! Regardless of whether it's actually Kim Kardashian or not as various corners of the internet seem to believe, there's no denying that this is a cracking tune to sing along to with the whole squad in tow!

19) God Is A Woman – Ariana Grande

God is a woman ariana grande

If God is indeed a woman then it is not entirely unlikely she'd look a bit like Ariana Grande – you have to feel for Pete Davidson! The second single from her album Sweetener, this is the perfect backing track to a girls night out. 

18) Never Be The Same – Camila Cabello

Never Be The Same Camila Cabello

What a catchy chorus! "It’s yooooou, babe, And I’m a sucker for the way that you moooove babe, And I could try to run but it would be uuuuuuseless."

17) Friends – Marshmello & Anne-Marie

Friends Marshmello and Anne-Marie

Self-described by Anne-Marie herself as the definitive "friend-zone anthem", this EDM pop track is a fab choice for those trying to get a non-love interest to take a hint! 

16) For You – Liam Payne & Rita Ora

Liam Payne Rita Ora For You

One of the official soundtrack songs to Fifty Shades Freed – though we won't hold that against it – this sultry synth pop duet is perfect to sing along with your BF, BFF or BY (by yourself).

15) Four Out Of Five – Arctic Monkeys

Four Out Of Five Arctic Monkeys

The Arctic Monkeys are one of those rare bands that never seem to release a bad song and Four Out Of Five is no exception. A great piece of rock n roll to sing along to with a dreadful faux Yorkshire accent!

14) Flames – David Guetta & Sia

David Guetta ft Sia Flames

This is the seventh collaboration between David Guetta and Sia, and the track is aptly named as it is absolute fire! Make sure to check out the music video as it features David Guetta as an evil warlord getting his bottom handed to him by three feisty female heroines. 

13) Hunger – Florence & The Machine

Florence And The Machine Hunger

What an opening line – "At seventeen, I started to starve myself, I thought that love was a kind of emptiness". A great choice for anyone looking for a bit of a karaoke challenge – hitting those Welchian high notes is no easy feat!

12) The Middle – Zedd & Grey Feat. Maren Morris

The Middle

An infectious ear-worm that's hard to resists humming along to. Great choice if you're looking to do a bit of cathartic shouting in to a mic over relationship troubles!

11) Pink Lemonade – James Bay

Pink Lemonade James Bay

We'd include this song for James Bay's shiny disco ball top alone! A cracking bit of old style Britpop to unleash your inner rockstar to.

10) Girls Like You – Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B

Gal Gadot Girls Like You Maroon 5

The message of female-empowerment in this song is highlighted in a music video jam-packed with women who make a difference in the world: *deep breath* singer Camila Cabello, comedian Phoebe Robinson, two time Olympian gymnast Aly Raisman, comedian Sarah Silverman, actress Gal Gadot, vlogger Lily Singh, author Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, actress Trace Lysette, comedian Tiffany Haddish, activist Angy Rivera, Youtuber Franchesca Ramsey, actress Millie Bobbie Brown, TV host Ellen DeGeneres, singer Jennifer Lopez, Olympian snowboarder Chloe Kim, World Cup winning football player Alex Morgan, singer Mary J. Blige, actress Beanie Feldstein, activist Jackie Fielder, race car driver Danica Patrick, politician Ilhan Omar, actress Elizabeth Banks, model Ashley Graham, singer Rita Ora, model Behati Prinsloo all make an appearance!

9) God's Plan – Drake

God's Plan Drake

A cracking trap track to bounce along to with added philanthropic feel good factor – for the music video Drake took the full $996,631.90 video budget and donated it to various Miami charities and resident including handing out $175,000 in cash to random locals and donating $50,000 towards the tuition fees of a young woman raised by a single mother in South Carolina studying for a Masters in public health.

8) Finesse – Bruno Mars Ft. Cardi B

Finesse Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars is probably as close as we'll ever get to a second coming of Michael Jackson – it's impossible not to be endeared by his charismatic swag and funky fresh dance vocals. Finesse is a typically smooth number from the man himself with a fun intro by Cardi B.  

7) These Days – Rudimental Feat. Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen

These Days

The lyrical embodiment of the feels. Fun fact: this song was Jess Glynne's sixth UK No.1, making her the most successful British female artist in history for UK chart toppers.

6) One Kiss – Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa

One Kiss Calvin Harris Dua Lipa

One listen is all it takes to fall deeply, madly in love with this uptempo "dance-pop, deep house, diva house, Eurodance, funk house and tropical house song" – as classified by Wikipedia. A great track for energetic boogying to accompany powerful group renditions of the chorus!

5) 2002 – Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie 2002

It took months of pestering by Ed Sheeran – who helped write 2002 – to convince Anne-Marie to release this as a single, and top marks to the king of ginger pop as it is an undeniable banger. The song tells the story of a romance Anne-Marie enjoyed during the titular year, with a number of lyrical mashups and throwbacks that are sure to get any child of the early noughties buzzing.

4) Shotgun – George Ezra

George Ezra Shotgun

You could not escape this song over summer! The laconic drawl of George Ezra seemed to blast out of every radio, car stereo, boombox and playlist in the country. The perfect track for a road trip with friends – everyone is guaranteed to know the chorus!

3) This Is Me – Kesha

This Is Me Kesha Greatest Showman

While technically released at the very end of 2017 (Dec 26), we are claiming this as a 2018 banger as it was on the radio non-stop all through the start of this year. A superb track for singing, dancing and crying like nobody is watching. 

2) No Tears Left To Cry – Ariana Grande

No Tears Left To Cry Ariana Grande

No More Tears Left To Cry was the culmination of Grande's first return to the studio after the bombing of her Manchester concert, with the singer aiming to bring light and comfort while also making "you wanna dance and live ya best life." The results is an uplifting track tinged with melancholy that is perfect to defiantly belt out in the shower.

1) Shallow – Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

A Star Is Born Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga

Who knew Bradley Cooper could sing! Or that Lady Gaga could act for that matter! The pair make an incredible combo both theatrically and melodically, and what an unbelievable film A Star Is Born is. You lot certainly seem to like it, with thousands of sing alongs to Shallow since the film was released and it's easy to see why – it's the ultimate power duet to warble along to with friends/lovers/mirrors!

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