Hearing a band or artist get it right on their first try is one of the greatest thrills in music. From @britneyspears to Chuck Berry, here are the 100 greatest debut singles of all time https://t.co/hU2gSTvgPb pic.twitter.com/7qYRMP3wHB— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) May 19, 2020
Debut singles make or break artists on the verge. It may become an artist or bands signature song. Rollingstone ranks the 100 greatest debut songs of all time. ONTD has only time for 3, so check them out.
According to Rolling Stone, “...Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears is the greatest debut single of all time. pic.twitter.com/s1wliT2JnT— Britney Fan (@BritneyHiatus) May 19, 2020
From the iconic opening chords to the 'Oh Baby, Baby' growl. This legendary song not only soared to the top of the charts but caused controversy. Swedish Producer misconstrued 'hit me baby one more time' as American slang to hit up my cell phone or land line. Paired with Britney's idea of the school girl theme for the music video. Spears rejected the label's idea a power ranger theme on a revolving record player. Spears took control of her music and image from the very beginning and knew ...Baby, One More Time was her debut single. Her debut album went to number one, sold millions and was certified Diamond.
2. The Jackson 5, “I Want You Back”
4. Run-DMC, “Sucker M.C.’s/It’s Like That”
source= https://twitter.com/RollingStone/status/1262733769091551233 & https://twitter.com/BritneyHiatus/status/1262786197715390465