Top 10 Madison Beer Songs

Madison Beer Songs

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Our Top 10 Madison Beer songs list takes a look at a very popular young singer from Long Island, New York. In the old days, songwriters and performers worked the nightclubs in hopes of landing record deals, hoping that a talent agent or record company executives would catch their shows. How things have changed. In the modern world, it’s all about hoping that a youtube video will go viral or just the right sets of eyes will see it. When that happens, stars are made. That so far seems to be the story of Madison Beers.  Like Debbie Gibson, Taylor Dayne, and Mariah Carey, Madison Beer becomes another female vocalist from Long Island to gain massive fame in the music industry.

Madison Beer’s debut extended play (EP), As She Pleases, was released in February 2018. The EP debuted at number six on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers Albums chart. Beer’s first full-length studio album, Life Support, was released in 2021.

Even though she hasn’t been in the music industry for long, Madison Beer has already made quite a name for herself. And while she’s still young, she has an old soul when it comes to her music. And with millions of monthly listeners on Spotify, it’s safe to say that she has a promising future ahead.

Madison Beer is one of the few artists who can truly capture the feeling of being in love. Whether it’s the highs or the lows, she always manages to hit the nail on the head with her songs. If you’re looking for some fantastic tracks that perfectly capture the ups and downs of relationships, be sure to check out Madison Beer’s music. Here are the 10 best Madison Beer songs so far:

# 10 – Carried Away (Love To Love) with Surf Mesa (2021)

Opening up our Madison Beers songs list is a song is about a young love that is so passionate and pure that it feels as though it could never end. The lyrics are written to make you feel the depth of emotion that the singer is feeling. And the chorus is sung in such a beautiful way that it will give you goosebumps. It’s a song you can’t help but fall in love with. And with Madison Beer’s unique voice, it’s easy to see why.

# 9 – VILLAIN with K/DA, League of Legends, and Kim Petras (2020)

“VILLAIN” is another of Beer’s top songs that have been received quite well by her fans. The song is about a girl who has been hurt in the past and has become a bit of a villain. She knows how to play the game and can be pretty manipulative. The lyrics are dark and reflect the persona that she has created for herself. And with Madison Beer’s powerful voice, it’s easy to see why this song is so popular.

# 8 – Baby (2021)

Next up is “Baby.” This song is about a young love that is so intense and all-consuming that it feels as though it could never end. The lyrics are absolutely beautiful, and Madison’s vocals are perfect. This song is sure to give you all the feels. If you love a good love song, check out “Baby.” Its alternative/indie and pop genres give it an edge that makes it stand out from other love songs.

# 7 – Dear Society (2019)

If you’re looking for an anthem to reflect your feelings about society, look no further than Madison Beer’s “Dear Society.” The jam-packed track features some of the most potent lyrics Madison has ever written, with lines like “She said to go get ’em tiger / But all he ever wanted was love / And society told him he couldn’t have it from above.” The song is a must-listen for anyone who feels like they don’t fit society’s expectations.

# 6 –  Dead (2018)

“Dead” is one of the most angst-ridden tracks on Madison Beer’s debut album, and it perfectly captures the feelings of heartbreak and betrayal. The song performed exceptionally well on charts worldwide, and it’s easy to see why. With its emotionally charged lyrics and powerhouse vocals, “Dead” will leave a lasting impression on anyone who hears it.

# 5 –  Home With You (2017)

The list continues with “Home With You.” This song is a beautiful ballad that is perfect for anyone missing someone they love. It was a supporting song for her debut album, As She Pleases, leading it getting certified Gold by the RIAA. Madison’s vocals are stunning in this track, and the lyrics will tug at your heartstrings. It’s that song that you put on when you’re feeling down and need a little bit of comfort. Critics have praised the song for its “emotional depth” and “raw vulnerability.”

# 4 –  POP/STARS with Jaira Burns, K/DA and (G)I-dle (2018)

Next up is a k-pop, Korean dance/electronic and pop song titled “POP/STARS.” The song was performed by K/DA, a k-pop girl group consisting of Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, and (G)I-DLE. The song was released in 2018 and became an instant success, reaching the top spot on the charts in over 11 countries. What makes the song so unique is the incorporation of different genres into one track. And with Madison Beer’s powerful voice, it’s easy to see why this song is so popular.

# 3 –  All Day And Night  with Jax Jones and Martin Solveig (2019)

“All Day And Night” collaborates with producers Jax Jones and Martin Solveig. The song was released as a single in 2019 and quickly became a hit, reaching the Top 10 in several countries. The song is catchy and upbeat, with a danceable beat to get you moving. It’s the perfect song to listen to when you’re looking for something to put an electronic spin on your day.

# 2 –  Selfish  – 2021

When it comes to Madison Beer’s Life Support album, the title track “Selfish” is one of the most powerful songs on the album. It was one of the best performing songs in the album pushing its popularity through social media fans. The song is about a toxic relationship in which one person is always taking and never giving. It’s a heartbreaking song that perfectly captures the feelings of betrayal and heartbreak. Tiktokers loved the song, and it quickly became one of Madison’s most popular songs.

# 1 – Reckless – 2021

And now comes to the number one spot on this list: “Reckless.” The song was released as the lead single for Madison Beer’s second studio album, and it quickly became a hit, receiving critical acclaim for its lyrical content and vulnerability. The song is about a relationship headed for disaster, and it perfectly captures the feeling of being in love with someone toxic for you. It’s a hauntingly beautiful song that will leave a lasting impression on anyone who hears it.

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