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Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj Sit Atop Time Magazine’s Best Songs of 2014 List

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Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj should probably work together more often, because their remix to “Flawless” was named best song of 2014 by Time.

The song, which is their first collaboration, tops the magazine’s annual list of the greatest in music and entertainment. “In a year that saw a number of high-profile female pop collaborations, ‘Flawless’ never topped the charts like ‘Fancy,’ but what it lacked in radio domination it made up for with sheer star power,” wrote Time.

The Hit-Boy-produced song, which appears on the re-released, expanded edition of Beyoncé’s self-titled album, beat out several big hits including Tinashe and ScHoolboy Q’s “2 On” at #5 and Future’s “Move That Dope” featuring Pusha T and Pharrell, which came in at #3.

Here are Time‘s lists of the best and worst of 2014:

10 Best Songs of 2014

1. “Flawless Remix” — Beyoncé feat. Nicki Minaj
2. “Blank Space” — Taylor Swift
3. “Move That Dope” — Future feat. Pharrell Williams, Pusha T, and Casino
4. “Inside Out” — Spoon
5. “2 On” — Tinashe feat. ScHoolboy Q
6. “Red Eyes” — The War on Drugs
7. “Blockbuster Night Part 1″ — Run the Jewels
8. “In the House of Yes” — Mr Twin Sister
9. “Talking Backwards” —Real Estate
10. “Chandelier” — Sia

10 Worst Songs of 2014

1. “Rude” — MAGIC!
2. “Literally, I Can’t” — Redfoo, Lil Jon and Enertia McFly
3. “Masterpiece” — Jessie J
4. “Sun Daze” — Florida Georgia Line
5. “All About That Bass” — Meghan Trainor
6. “Wiggle” — Jason Derulo feat. Snoop Dogg
7. “Summer” — Calvin Harris
8. “Black Widow” — Iggy Azalea feat. Rita Ora
9. “Brooklyn Girls” — Catey Shaw
10. “L.A.LOVE (la la)” — Fergie

10 Best Albums of 2014

1. LP1— FKA twigs
2. St. Vincent— St. Vincent
3. This Is All Yours— Alt-J
4. 1989— Taylor Swift
5. Too Bright— Perfume Genius
6. Ultraviolence— Lana Del Rey
7. Transgender Dysphoria Blues— Against Me!
8. The Voyager— Jenny Lewis
9. Ryans Adams— Ryans Adams
10. Broke with Expensive Taste— Azealia Banks


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