The 10 Best Grimes Songs of All-Time

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Grimes was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1988. She started making music at a young age, and by 2007, she had begun to gain attention from the music industry. Her unique sound and eclectic style have made her one of the most popular and well-respected musicians. While Grimes has released many great songs over the years, here are ten of her absolute best:

10. Delete Forever (2020)

 

A beautiful and haunting ballad, “Delete Forever,” is about the end of a relationship. Grimes sings about the pain of separation and the hope for a better future. The song is musically uplifting, despite its sad lyrics, and is one of Grimes’ most underrated tracks. The lyrics are written from the perspective of a person who is trying to move on from a past relationship.

9. Flesh without Blood (2015)

 

“Flesh without Blood” is the third single from Canadian artist Grimes’ fourth studio album, Art Angels. The song was written and produced by Grimes. The song is a synthpop and electronic track with R&B, trap, and new wave influences. The song’s lyrics deal with the subject of heartbreak. It received positive reviews from music critics, who praised its production and Grimes’ vocal performance. The music video for “Flesh without Blood” was directed by Grimes and her brother, Jay Worthy. It features Grimes and several dancers performing choreography by Daina Ashbee.

8. 4ÆM (2020)

 

4ÆM is the 8th best Grimes song of all time. It was released in 2020 as part of her album Miss Anthropocene (V1). The song is a haunting and beautiful synthpop track that explores the concept of time. The lyrics are full of imagery and metaphors that are open to interpretation. The song describes being stuck in a moment and wanting to escape it. The production is ethereal and atmospheric, with echoed vocals and synths that create a feeling of nostalgia. 4ÆM is a perfect example of Grimes’ ability to develop dream-like soundscapes that transport the listener to another place.

7. Violence (2020)

 

Violence is Grimes’ and i_o’s 2020 collaboration. The song is about the dangers of climate change and humanity’s self-destruction. It’s an ominous and powerful track that will leave you thinking long after the song ends. The song talks about how “We’re heading for a cliff / And nobody seems to care” and “The world is ending / But we just keep spinning.” It’s a haunting song that will make you want to take action and save the world.

6. Cry (feat. Grimes)(2020)

 

Cry is a song by English singer and rapper Ashnikko featuring Canadian musician Grimes. It was released on 17 June 2020 as part of the album Cry. It is about not being able to cry, even when one wants to. The song entered the UK Singles Chart at number 27.

5. Genesis (2012)

 

“Genesis” is the lead single from Grimes’ third studio album, Visions. Grimes herself wrote and produced the song and featured her signature ethereal vocals over a dreamy synthpop production. The song is an ode to Grimes’ musical influences and has been described as a “love letter to the history of electronic music.” The song was well-received by critics and was featured on several year-end lists. “Genesis” was also nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

4. Player Of Games (2021)

 

Player Of Games is one of the best Grimes songs of all time. It’s a haunting, atmospheric song that sounds like it’s beamed in from another planet. The lyrics are beautiful, and the song is honestly just a masterpiece. Grimes is at her best when she’s creating pieces like this. If you haven’t heard it yet, you need to check it out. You won’t be disappointed.

3. Kill V. Maim (2015)

 

“Kill V. Maim” is one of Grimes’ most popular and critically acclaimed songs. It was released on her 2015 album Art Angels and received a Juno Award for Music Video of the Year. The song is an uptempo, synth-driven track with dark and mysterious lyrics. It’s been praised for its unique sound and Grimes’ powerful vocals. Lyrically, “Kill V. Maim” is about a vampire torn between killing and feeding on humans. The song has been interpreted as a metaphor for the dark side of human nature. Musically, “Kill V. Maim” is an electronic dance track with a dark and mysterious sound. It features heavy synths, drum machines, and distorted vocals. The song has been praised for its unique sound and Grimes’ powerful vocals.

2. Oblivion (2012)

 

Oblivion is Grimes’ most popular song on Spotify, with over 12 million streams. The song is from her album “Visions” and was released in 2012. The song is about a break-up and has a dark, synthpop sound. It’s a great song to listen to when you’re feeling down. The song talks about how the person she was with made her feel, and she doesn’t want to be that person anymore. The lyrics are compelling and will resonate with anyone who has been through a break-up. The song is catchy and will stay with you long after hearing it.

1. Shinigami Eyes (2021)

 

The song “Shinigami Eyes” is about a person in love with someone ready to die. The lyrics talk about how the person is okay with dying if it means they can be with the one they love. The song is sad and emotional but also beautiful. It’s a great example of Grimes’ ability to write catchy and meaningful songs. The song was released in 2021 and is from the album Shinigami Eyes.

Conclusion

These are just a few of Grimes’ best songs. She has written so many great songs that it was hard to choose just 10. Grimes is a talented artist who deserves more recognition. If you’re not familiar with her music, I suggest checking it out. She has also released several excellent albums, including “Visions” and “Art Angels.” If you’re a fan of electronic music, I think you’ll enjoy her music. Thanks for reading.

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