De Standaard (BE) - 2010s decade list

Critics’ end of decade 2010-2019 lists.
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De Standaard (BE) - 2010s decade list

Post by Chilton » Fri Dec 27, 2019 5:51 pm

De Standaard's 50 Best Belgian Songs of the Decade (link)

1. Stromae - Papaoutai
2. Goose - Synrise
3. Angèle - Balance ton quoi
4. Oscar and the Wolf - Princes
5. Roméo Elvis - Bruxelles arrive
6. The Van Jets - The Future
7. Balthazar - Blood Like Wine
8. Het Zesde Metaal - Ploegsteert
9. Zwangere Guy - Gorik Pt. 1
10. Amatorski - Come Home

11. Trixie Whitley - Closer
12. blackwave - Elusive
13. Bazart - Goud
14. Coely - Don’t Care
15. Selah Sue - Raggamuffin
16. Netsky - Come Alive
17. Baloji - L’hiver indien
18. Melanie De Biasio - Your Freedom Is the End of Me
19. Girls in Hawaii - Misses
20. Arsenal - Melvin

21. Brihang - Steentje
22. Charlotte Adigéry - Paténipat
23. SX - Black Video
24. Triggerfinger - All This Dancing Around
25. Frank Van der Linden - Ik dacht aan een vrouw
26. School Is Cool - The World Is Gonna End Tonight
27. Intergalactic Lovers - Delay
28. Tamino - Habibi
29. Whispering Sons - Alone
30. Ertebrekers - Eva Mendes

31. Kenji Minogue - Veranda
32. Compact Disk Dummies - The Reeling
33. Lost Frequencies - Are You with Me
34. STUFF. - Skywalker
35. dEUS - Quatre mains
36. Waar is Ken? - Badpak
37. Hooverphonic - Amalfi
38. Dez Mona - Suspicion
39. Bart Peeters - Hemel
40. Témé Tan - Améthys

41. Amenra - Silver Needle, Golden Nail
42. Soldier’s Heart - African Fire
43. Partyharders & The Subs - The Pope of Dope
44. Milow - You and Me
45. Beraadgeslagen - Isabellade
46. Damso - Une âme pour deux
47. Float Fall - Someday
48. Billie - Give Me the Knife
49. Tsar B - Escalate
50. Tourist LeMC - Horizon

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Re: De Standaard (BE) - 2010s decade list

Post by mileswide » Fri Dec 27, 2019 7:44 pm

Baloji's album is known in international markets at least as 137 Avenue Kaniama. It's quite plausible that it was promoted by the name of its lead single in Belgium though.

EDIT: Misread the title of the thread, I can now see this is for songs, not albums! But it should be known to anyone unfamiliar with it that the song L'hiver indien is sometimes called by its subtitle Ghetto mirador.
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