Caffé Latté presents…
THE 100 BEST SONGS OF
It was the year of increased tension between the West and North Korea; progress was made against Islamic State while conflict and terrorism continued in locations such as London, Barcelona, Manchester and in the Middle East. There was tragedy in Las Vegas and a horrific fire in London’s Grenfell Tower.
Natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes and mudslides affected locations such as Mexico, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, the Philippines and Colombia.
Macron won the French election. Trump was inaugurated. Teresa May lost her majority in an unnecessary British election. Robert Mugabe lost his long-held power in Zimbabwe.
Australia finally legalized same sex marriage after putting the population through an unnecessary and wasteful voting survey.
#MeToo and the Silence Breakers brought down media figures that included Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer and Kevin Spacey.
3AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young. Ed Sheeran dominated the charts around the world. Latin pop and EDM made further inroads into the mainstream.
As “Game Of Thrones” headed towards its final season, ‘The Last Jedi’ premiered.
Spain automatically performs in the Grand Final at Eurovision. For the 2017 Contest, LeKlein vied for the opportunity to represent Spain with "Ouch!". The song finished 3rd.
CAN I CALL YOU HOME
2015 Eurovision winner Mans Zelmerlöw released "Can I Call You Home" as a promotional single during 2017.
"Perm" was included on Bruno Mars' 2016 album '24K Magic'.
Alanas Chošnau participated in the Lithuanian national selection for Eurovision with the dance track "7 Days".
DO YOU THINK ABOUT ME
Swedish singer / songwriter Benjamin Ingrosso released "Do You Think About Me" during 2017.