Rolling Stone Magazine have released their list of the '100 Greatest Songs of the Century So Far' list and it is jam-packed with bangers, bops and all your faves.
A list sure to divide the entire world, it was surmised by polling a large range of artists, critics and industry heavyweights to give us the ultimate 2000 - 2018 playlist.
When we say all your faves are there, we mean it. Justin Bieber comes in twice ('Despacito [Remix]' at #91 and 'Sorry' at #45) as does Rihanna ('We Found Love' at #65 and 'Umbrella' at #28). Interestingly, Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga - two artists that you think would be dominating this list - only have one entry each (Swift's 'All Too Well' at #29 and Gaga's 'Bad Romance' at #21). Ur boi Harry Styles clocks in 'Sign of the Times' at #49 and ur girl Cardi B nails in 'Bodak Yellow' at a respectable #59.
Both Australia and New Zealand are represented to some degree. Australia's entries include kween Kylie Minogue at #97 for 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' and other kween Sia at #52 for 'Chandelier.' Of course, New Zealand's representation mainly comes in the form of Lorde, who managed to crack the top 10 with 'Royals' and land an impressive #9 spot. Not bad for a song written by a 15-year-old in 30 or so minutes.
But, who got number 1, you ask? Well, let's be honest friends - it was always ever only going to go to one artist. They don't call her the Queen for nothing.
Yep, that's right - Beyoncé takes the top spot with her debut solo single, 2003's 'Crazy In Love' which features now-hubby JAY-Z. She also clocked in 2016's 'Formation' and 2008's 'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)' further down the list.
Check the full list out here. Do you agree? What's your favourite song of the 21st century so far? Let us know at @MTVAUSTRALIA on Twitter.
- Jackson Langford