M.I.A. lidera ranking com as melhores músicas do século XXI cantadas por mulheres; lista traz 200 canções


Quais são as 200 melhores músicas cantadas por mulheres no século XXI? 


Enquanto você fica aí pensando, a National Public Radio (NPR), organização sem fins lucrativos dos Estados Unidos, nos traz a resposta, na ponta da língua. Segundo o site da instituição, a lista é parte do projeto “Turning the Tables”, dedicado especialmente a reformular o cânone da música popular, de maneiras mais inclusivas e precisas.

E pra quem pensou em Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, ou outra grande mulher, para liderar esse ranking, se enganou feio. O 1º lugar – a melhor música do século XXI cantada por uma mulher – ficou com “Paper Planes” da rapper M.I.A. É isso mesmo! 

“Esse grande sucesso foi dificilmente a primeira música de Maya Arulpragasam sobre a dupla consciência e dissonância de ser uma refugiada buscando fazer sentido em uma cultura estrangeira e hostil, mas foi a mais proeminente. (…) Ela entendeu que a colonização era o antagonista, o capitalismo era o barco, e que ela poderia subverter os dois para obter seu ponto de vista”, diz o NPR.

Mas calma, que a Beyoncé, também aparece na lista, tá? E cinco vezes, por sinal. A garota de Barbados, a Rihanna, aparece três vezes, e ainda temos a britânica Adele, duas vezes na lista com as 200 músicas do século XXI cantadas por mulheres. Veja a lista completa, abaixo:

200. Lori McKenna, “Humble & Kind” (2016)
199. Rapsody (ft. BJ The Chicago Kid), “Black & Ugly” (2017)
198. Demi Lovato, “Cool For The Summer” (2015)
197. Kaki King, “Playing With Pink Noise” (2004)
196. La Insuperable (ft. Chimbala), “Damelo” (2013)
195. Buika, “Mi Niña Lola” (2006)
194. Lizz Wright, “Hit The Ground” (2005)
193. Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom,”Otis Was A Polar Bear” (2016)
192. Emel Mathlouthi, “Kelmti Horra” (2012)
191. Ashley McBryde, “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” (2018)
190. Phoebe Bridgers, “Smoke Signals” (2017)
189. The McCrary Sisters, “Train” (2013)
188. KING, “The Greatest” (2016)
187. Anna Thorvaldsdottir, In The Light Of Air: “Luminance” (2015)
186. Torres, “Sprinter” (2015)
185. Ms. Dynamite, “Dy-Na-Mi-Tee” (2002)
184. Khia, “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)” (2002)
183. Jorja Smith, “Blue Lights” (2016)
182. Idina Menzel, “Let It Go” (2013)
181. St. Vincent, “Digital Witness” (2014)
180. Sara Bareilles, “Love Song” (2007)
179. Laura Mvula, “Father Father” (2013)
178. Noname (ft. Raury & Cam O’bi), “Diddy Bop” (2016)
177. Light Asylum, “A Certain Person” (2010)
176. Victoire, “Cathedral City” (2010)
175. A-WA, “Habib Galbi” (2015)
174. Abigail Washburn, “City Of Refuge” (2011)
173. Jhené Aiko, “The Worst” (2013)
172. Juana Molina, “Eras” (2013)
171. Fatima Al Qadiri, “D-Medley” (2011)
170. Kelis, “Milkshake” (2003)
169. Brandy Clark, “Hold My Hand” (2013)
168. René Marie, “Dixie/Strange Fruit” (2001)
167. Daymé Arocena, “Mambo Na’ Má” (2016)
166. I’m With Her, “I-89” (2018)
165. Tweet (ft. Missy Elliott), “Oops (Oh My)” (2002)
164. Amara La Negra, “Poron Pom Pom” (2013)
163. Windhand, “Orchard” (2013)
162. Cristina Pato, “Muiñeira for Cristina” (2013)
161. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Run Away With Me” (2015)
160. The Band Perry, “If I Die Young” (2010)
159. Sarah Kirkland Snider, Penelope: “The Lotus Eaters” (2010)
158. Mary Gauthier, “Mercy Now” (2005)
157. Terri Lyne Carrington, “Mosaic Triad” (2011)
156. Julien Baker, “Sprained Ankle” (2015)
155. Mortals, “View From A Tower” (2014)
154. Holly Herndon, “Chorus” (2014)
153. Lily Allen, “Smile” (2006)
152. DJ Sprinkles,”House Music Is Controllable Desire You Can Own” (2008)
151. Fever Ray, “Seven” (2009)
150. Arooj Aftab, “Lullaby” (2015)
149. Sky Ferreira, “Everything Is Embarassing” (2012)
148. Rilo Kiley, “Portions For Foxes” (2004)
147. Imogen Heap, “Hide And Seek” (2005)
146. Metric, “Help I’m Alive” (2008)
145. Nicole Mitchell, “Shiny Divider” (2017)
144. Jamila Woods, “Blk Girl Soldier” (2016)
143. Mala Rodríguez, “Yo Marco El Minuto” (2000)
142. Cooly G (feat. Aaron Carr), “He Said I Said” (2012)
141. Taylor Swift, “You Belong With Me” (2008)
140. Jenny Hval, “That Battle Is Over” (2015)
139. Moor Mother, “Deadbeat Protest” (2016)
138. Micachu & The Shapes, “Golden Phone” (2009)
137. Jazmine Sullivan, “Bust Your Windows” (2008)
136. Mon Laferte, “Pa’ Dónde Se Fue” (2017)
135. Big Thief, “Mary” (2017)
134. Maren Morris, “My Church” (2016)
133. Gossip, “Standing In The Way Of Control” (2006)
132. Ciara (ft. Petey Pablo), “Goodies” (2004)
131. Jlin, “Black Origami” (2017)
130. Elizabeth Cook, “Heroin Addict Sister” (2010)
129. Joanna Newsom, “Sapokanikan” (2015)
128. Hop Along, “Tibetan Pop Stars” (2012)
127. Julia Wolfe, Anthracite Fields: “Flowers” (2015)
126. Andra Day, “Rise Up” (2015)
125. Priests, “And Breeding” (2014)
124. Amerie, “1 Thing” (2005)
123. Tegan And Sara, “The Con” (2007)
122. Kali Uchis (ft. Jorja Smith), “Tyrant” (2017)
121. G.L.O.S.S., “G.L.O.S.S. (We’re From The Future)” (2015)
120. Miley Cyrus, “Wrecking Ball” (2013)
119. Tanya Tagaq, “Uja” (2014)
118. Big Freedia, “Azz Everywhere” (2010)
117. Jean Grae and Blue Sky Black Death (ft. Chen Lo), “Threats” (2008)
116. First Aid Kit, “My Silver Lining” (2014)
115. The Internet (ft. Kaytranada), “Girl” (2015)
114. Laura Marling, “Rambling Man” (2010)
113. Flor De Toloache, “Dicen” (2014)
112. Estelle (ft. Kanye West), “American Boy” (2008)
111. Mary Halvorson Octet, “Away With You (No. 55)” (2016)
110. Santigold, “L.E.S. Artistes” (2008)
109. Angel Olsen, “Shut Up Kiss Me” (2016)
108. Pistol Annies, “Bad Example” (2011)
107. Gwen Stefani, “Hollaback Girl” (2004)
106. Babymetal, “Gimme Chocolate!!” (2014)
105. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down “We The Common (For Valerie Bolden)” (2013)
104. Princess Nokia, “Tomboy” (2016)
103. Beyoncé, “Countdown” (2011)
102. Janelle Monáe (ft. Grimes), “Pynk” (2018)
101. Shovels & Rope, “Birmingham” (2012)
100. Maggie Rogers, “Alaska” (2016)
99. Ana Tijoux, “1977” (2009)
98. SOPHIE, “Lemonade” (2014)
97. Ludicra, “Clean White Void” (2010)
96. EMA, “California” (2011)
95. Noura Mint Seymali, “Ghlana” (2016)
94. Eve (ft. Gwen Stefani), “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” (2001)
93. HAIM, “The Wire” (2013)
92. Fea, “Mujer Moderna” (2016)
91. The Moldy Peaches, “Anyone Else But You” (2001)
90. Caroline Shaw, “Partita For 8 Voices” (2012)
89. FKA Twigs, “Two Weeks” (2014)
88. Evanescence, “Bring Me to Life” (2003)
87. Sylvan Esso, “Coffee” (2014)
86. Matana Roberts, “All Is Written” (2015)
85. Ibeyi, “River” (2014)
84. Pink, “Don’t Let Me Get Me” (2001)
83. Young M.A., “OOOUUU” (2016)
82. Corinne Bailey Rae, “Put Your Records On” (2006)
81. Jenny Lewis, “Just One of the Guys” (2014)
80. Joanna Newsom, “Peach, Plum, Pear” (2004)
79. Gretchen Wilson, “Redneck Woman” (2004)
78. Natalia Lafourcade, “Hasta La Raíz” (2015)
77. Anohni, “Drone Bomb Me” (2016)
76. Rihanna, “Bitch Better Have My Money” (2015)
75. Jill Scott, “Golden” (2004)
74. Sharon Van Etten, “Every Time The Sun Comes Up” (2014)
73. Icona Pop (ft. Charli XCX), “I Love It” (2012)
72. Regina Spektor, “Us” (2003)
71. India.Arie, “Video” (2001)
70. Blu Cantrell, “Hit ‘Em Up Style (Oops!)” (2001)
69. Xenia Rubinos, “Mexican Chef” (2016)
68. Nicki Minaj (ft. Beyoncé), “Feeling Myself” (2014)
67. Grouper, “Heavy Water/I’d Rather Be Sleeping” (2008)
66. Sia, “Chandelier” (2014)
65. Shakira (ft. Wyclef Jean), “Hips Don’t Lie” (2006)
64. Waxahatchee, “Bathtub” (2012)
63. Katy Perry, “Teenage Dream” (2010)
62. M.I.A., “Bad Girls” (2012)
61. Broken Social Scene, “Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl” (2002)
60. Ivy Queen, “Quiero Bailar” (2003)
59. Little Big Town, “Girl Crush” (2014)
58. Adele, “Someone Like You” (2011)
57. Lady Gaga, “Born This Way” (2011)
56. Nelly Furtado, “I’m Like A Bird” (2000)
55. Tune-Yards, “Powa” (2011)
54. Margo Price, “Hands Of Time” (2016)
53. Cecile McLorin Salvant, “Monday” (2015)
52. Vanessa Carlton, “A Thousand Miles” (2002)
51. Feist, “1234” (2007)
50. Downtown Boys, “Monstro” (2015)
49. Robyn, “Dancing On My Own” (2010)
48. Beyoncé (ft. Jay-Z), “Crazy In Love” (2003)
47. Avril Lavigne, “Complicated” (2002)
46. Azealia Banks (ft. Lazy Jay), “212” (2011)
45. Anaïs Mitchell, “Why We Build The Wall” (2010)
44. Lizzo, “Good As Hell” (2016)
43. Taylor Swift, “Blank Space” (2014)
42. Esperanza Spalding, “I Know You Know” (2008)
41. Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone” (2004)
40. Rihanna (ft. Calvin Harris), “We Found Love” (2011)
39. Valerie June, “Workin’ Woman Blues” (2012)
38. St. Vincent, “Cruel” (2011)
37. Paramore, “Misery Business” (2007)
36. Bomba Estéreo, “Soy Yo” (2015)
35. The Knife, “Heartbeats” (2002)
34. Carrie Underwood, “Before He Cheats” (2005)
33. Courtney Barnett, “Avant Gardener” (2013)
32. SZA, “The Weekend” (2017)
31. Against Me!, “Transgender Dysphoria Blues” (2014)
30. Rhiannon Giddens, “At The Purchaser’s Option” (2017)
29. Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance” (2009)
28. Norah Jones, “Don’t Know Why” (2002)
27. Kesha, “Praying” (2017)
26. Miranda Lambert, “Gunpowder & Lead” (2008)
25. Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow” (2017)
24. Rihanna (ft. Jay-Z), “Umbrella” (2007)
23. Amy Winehouse, “Rehab” (2006)
22. Kacey Musgraves, “Follow Your Arrow” (2013)
21. Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe” (2012)
20. Adele, “Rolling In The Deep” (2010)
19. Beyoncé, “Formation” (2016)
18. Grimes, “Oblivion” (2012)
17. Florence + The Machine, “Dog Days Are Over” (2009)
16. Mitski, “Your Best American Girl” (2016)
15. Nicki Minaj, “Super Bass” (2010)
14. Hurray For The Riff Raff, “Pa’lante” (2017)
13. Lana Del Rey, “Video Games” (2011)
12. Solange, “Cranes In The Sky” (2016)
11. Janelle Monáe (ft. Big Boi), “Tightrope” (2010)
10. Peaches, “F*** The Pain Away” (2000)
9. Brandi Carlile, “The Story” (2007)
8. Alicia Keys, “Fallin'” (2001)
7. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, “100 Days, 100 Nights” (2007)
6. Lorde, “Royals” (2013)
5. Alabama Shakes, “Hold On” (2012)
4. Amy Winehouse, “Back To Black” (2006)
3. Beyoncé, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” (2008)
2. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, “Maps” (2003)
1. M.I.A., “Paper Planes” (2007)

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