30 Best Valentine’s Day Songs of All Time That Are Perfect for Your Crush



Valentine’s Day is all about showing the ones you love how much they mean to you. Whether that means your crush, your significant other, your friends, or family, everyone deserves to feel a little love from someone during the holiday.

From heartfelt ballads to fun dance tracks, these songs will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Sometimes, trying to find the perfect song for that big surprise that you’re planning or just to show that person what they mean to you can be super tough.

Luckily, we’ve gone through tons of the world’s best love songs and picked out some of our biggest favorites that will be perfect for anything you have planned.

So gather your loved ones and get ready to dance and sing-along to some of these fun tracks that they will definitely be obsessed with. Here are the best love songs that are perfect for Valentine’s Day…

  1. “Golden Hour” by Kacey Musgraves

Most romantic lyric: “Baby, don’t you know? That you’re my golden hour. The color of my sky. You’ve set my world on fire. And I know, I know everything’s gonna be alright.” Kacey’s lyrics always say what we wish we could admit to our crush.

2. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” covered by Haley Reinhart

Most romantic lyric: “Take my hand. Take my whole life too. For I can’t help falling in love with you.” Haley’s incredible cover of the Elvis Presley classic made us shed several tears while watching Crazy Rich Asians and might make us experience even more feels when we play it for our partners.

3. “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri

Most romantic lyric: “I have loved you for a thousand years. I’ll love you for a thousand more.” While this might have been Edward and Bella’s song, we don’t think Christina Perri will mind letting us use it for our own V-Day festivities.

4. “A Moment Like This” by Kelly Clarkson

Most romantic lyric: “Could this be the greatest love of all? I wanna know that you will catch me when I fall. So let me tell you this. Some people wait a lifetime for a moment like this.” Kelly Clarkson’s American Idol-winning song has grown into one of the greatest love songs of all time that we’ll be listening to for years to come.

5. “Teenage Dream” by Katy Perry

Most romantic lyric: “I finally found you. my missing puzzle piece. I’m complete.” Katy Perry’s most iconic track, “Teenage Dream”, will always get us feeling like it’s Valentine’s Day.

6. “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Frankie Valli

Most romantic lyric: “At long last, love has arrived. And I thank God I’m alive. You’re just too good to be true. Can’t take my eyes off of you.” While we can’t all get Heath Ledger to sing this song to us while running away from security guards during our soccer practice, dancing along to this song is a close second.

7. “Adore You” by Harry Styles

Most romantic lyric: “I’d walk through fire for you, just let me adore you like it’s the only thing I’ll ever do.” Harry Styles is clearly falling for someone hard in this track that will also make you fall in love with him over how good he sounds on it.

8. “Finally // beautiful stranger” by Halsey

Most romantic lyric: “Beautiful stranger, here you are in my arms. But I think it’s finally, finally, finally, finally, finally safe for me to fall. Halsey shows a different side of herself in this heartfelt ballad about finally finding someone that makes you feel safe enough to fall in love.

9. All Me” by Kehlani

Most romantic lyric: “Yeah, you know you’re my heart. Yeah, they know I’m about you. I hate when we’re apart ’cause I love me around you.” While fans of Kehlani might be used to some of her breakup hits and songs where she’s pining over her crushes, in this fierce track, she is raving about her current love and showing that what they have is 100 percent real.

10″I Really Like You” by Carly Rae Jepsen

Most romantic lyric: “I think I’m coming alive with you.” Carly can’t stop gushing about her brand new love and their new relationship together in this song that will certainly make you feel all warm and fuzzy when thinking about your loved one.

11. Ease My Mind” by Ben Platt

Most romantic lyric: “Darling, only you can ease my mind. Dear Evan Hansen and The Politician star Ben Platt is beautifully honest and open in this song that is the perfect love letter for that person who makes you feel like everything will be okay, no matter what is going on in your life.

12 My Favorite Part” by Mac Miller ft. Ariana Grande

Most romantic lyric: “You just don’t know how beautiful you are. And baby that’s my favorite part.” Written during the height of their relationship, Mac can’t stop gushing about Ariana in this song that is just one of the romantic gems in his The Divine Feminine album.

13. “Always” by Panic! At the Disco

Most romantic lyric: “I’m the light blinking at the end of the road. Blink back to let me know. Panic! At the Disco might be known for their fun rock tracks, but this ballad is a fun soft jam that is perfect to show your crush what they mean to you.

14. “Still Into You” by Paramore

Most romantic lyrics: “I should be over all the butterflies, but I’m into you.” Paramore has had a lot of hits over the years, but this anthem for all the long-term lovers who are still head over heels in love with each other after so many years will certainly bring a smile to your SO’s face.

16. “Best I Ever Had” by Drake

Most romantic lyric: “Baby, you my everything, you all I ever wanted.” Drake might not be known for being the romantic type, but this song is perfect for showing your GF how perfect they are just being themselves.

16. “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran

Most romantic lyric: “I see my future in your eyes”. “Perfect” is as good as it gets for Valentine’s Day because it represents all that it means to be in love. It shows the magic of love and wanting to grow with that person. The beauty of just Ed Sheeran’s voice gives the real meaning and lyrics a chance to blossom.

17. “Love Story” by Taylor Swift

Most romantic lyric: “This love is difficult, but it’s real”. This Taylor Swift-classic is a Romeo-and-Juliet-inspired masterpiece that embodies being young and in love. It’s all about forbidden love and following your heart and hoping it works out in the end. Valentine’s Day is all about love and the hope love brings, and this song matches that.

18. “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” by Shawn Mendes

Most romantic lyric: “I know we’d be alright, I know we would be alright”. Shawn made this song about the craziness love brings and that sometimes you have no choice but to let loose with the person you love. The point of this song is that you just want to be with this person and you’d do whatever it takes to make that happen. Shawn’s hit is all about the craziness of love and Valentine’s Day is just that.

19. “Love Me Now” by John Legend

Most romantic lyric: “So I’m gonna love you now, like it’s all I have”. The romantic ballad KING, John Legend, nailed it with this song all about living in the moment with that one person. Not focusing on the future but just how perfect the present is will definitely give your Valentine’s date an idea of how special this moment is for you.

20. “All My Life” by K-Ci & JoJo

Most romantic lyric: “I will never find another love more precious than you”. All about being so madly in love with someone, this classic focuses on cherishing their love and appreciating them. It talks about how all of their life they wished for someone as amazing as them.

21. “Some Type of Love” by Charlie Puth

Most romantic lyric: “And when it’s said and done, I’ll give me to you”. Charlie Puth has charmed us with his cute smile and beautiful voice, but his extremely romantic lyrics are another story. This song have definitely inspired us to go out and find someone to love this Valentine’s Day.

22. “Almost is Never Enough” by Ariana Grande & Nathan Sykes

Most romantic lyric: “Try to deny it as much as you want, but in time our feelings will show”. Possibly one of the cutest and most innocent couples; we can’t help but miss this totally adorable duo. In this song, they talk about how close they came to falling in love and having the real deal. Unfortunately, it didn’t happen so they are in that awkward area of what could’ve been and what wasn’t. Although it doesn’t match your typical head-over-heels romantic song for Valentine’s Day, it still represents the powerful thing that is love and how special it is.

23. “Little of Your Love” by Haim

Most romantic lyric: “Oh, with a little strength baby, Oh I’ll never let you down”. Haim is a band made of 3 sisters who have a really unique sound. This song in particular is perfect for Valentine’s Day because its meaning represents how you don’t have to give all of yourself to someone. That giving love to show that you’re true and committed is enough for someone to love you back equally. It sets the tone that love doesn’t have to be so difficult, especially on Valentine’s Day.

24. “All You Need is Love” by The Beatles

Most romantic lyric: “There’s nowhere you can be that you aren’t meant to be, It’s easy”. The Beatles are widely known as the most popular band of all time. “All You Need is Love” gives examples of different parts of life that are all explained by love. It gives meaning to the word love and how life without love is meaningless.

25. “Love on Top” by Beyoncé

Most romantic lyric: “Every time you touch me I just melt away”. Obviously, Beyonce is the one and only queen so it’s no doubt this classic made the list. This song talks about breaking boundaries and showing your significant other that you prioritize your relationship. Valentine’s Day is about making your S.O. feel special and this song is perfect for just that.

26. “Rock With You” by Michael Jackson

Most romantic lyric: “There’s a magic that must be love”. Michael Jackson made all of us want to get up and dance with him with this song. “Rock With You” is about being in unison with your S.O. whilst being on the dance floor, and how he wouldn’t want to be anywhere else but there. This song will definitely get the “groove” going this Valentine’s Day.

27. “Thinkin’ Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran

Most romantic lyric: “Baby your smile’s in my mind and memory”. Possibly one of the most romantic songs literally EVER written, Ed Sheeran makes our hearts explode every time we hear this bop. The simplicity of his vocals and the guitar give room for the magical lyrics to shine. Hands down one of the best representations of Valentine’s Day in a song.

28. “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” by Meghan Trainor ft. John Legend

Most romantic lyric: “I won’t take you for granted”. We didn’t know it at the time, but this duet is all we need in life. Meghan and John KILLED this song by portraying the fragile element of time. This song is about two people who are aware their love may not last forever, so they’re going to savor it for as long as they can.

29. “Truly, Madly, Deeply” by One Direction

Most romantic lyric: “Wish I could freeze this moment in a frame and stay like this”. This song could very well be one of One Direction’s sappiest songs and we’re definitely here for it. One Direction titled this “Truly, Madly, Deeply” because it’s all about being truly, madly, deeply in love with someone.

30. “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston

Most romantic lyric: “Stay in my arms if you dare”. All about the fragile thing that is love, Whitney Houston is giving us all the feels. This song represents how lost you can be without the person you love, so you’re begging them to stay there with you. It’ll definitely show your S.O. on Valentine’s Day that you value them.

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American Singer, Stevie Wonder, Moving To Ghana Permanently



American famous singer and pianist, Stevie Wonder, is believed to be planning a radical decision to relocate to Ghana permanently.

The legendary singer told Oprah Winfrey on her show that he is “fed up with the racial injustice in America and would rather relocate to a place where he will be respected and feel welcome.”

The “I just called to say I love you” hitmaker said he cannot watch his great-grandchildren beg for respect and recognition,” according to Business Insider.

“I want to see the nation smile again, and I want to see it before I move to Ghana,” he told Oprah. “I’m going to do that. I’m going to move permanently to Ghana.”

“Because I don’t want to see my children’s children’s children have to say ‘Oh please, like me. Please respect me. Please value me. What kind of sh*t is that?”

He added: “I want the world to get better. I want us to get beyond this place. I want us all to go to the funeral of hate. That’s what I want.”

This is not the first time the 70-year-old has said that he will relocate to Ghana. In 1994 Stevie Wonder said he wanted to move from Los Angeles to Ghana.

Speaking at the International Association of African American Music in Washington at the time, he said he fell in love with Ghana during visits. Stevie Wonder said, “There’s more of a sense of community there.”

He is considered one of the most successful songwriters and musicians of all time.

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Eastern Africa Music Summit, Goes Online



The Eastern Africa Music Summit returns for the 6th Year, from Monday, February 22 to Wednesday, February 24 at 12.00 pm – 9.00 pm EAT (GMT+3) Online via

“Due to the potential health and financial risks of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we had decided to cancel the 2021 Edition”, said Founder, Mike Strano, who is also an Event Producer of 20 Years at PHAT! Productions.

“However, like many other Music Markets around the World, ONGEA! has also gone online, in order to continue serving the creative industry of Eastern Africa – especially during this crisis,” he said. “Ironically, the Theme of the last ONGEA!, during February 2020, was Disrupt to Thrive!”

“Little did we know that, just a month later, our creative industry was to experience the biggest disruption ever,” Strano explains, adding that, “With COVID-19 being an Accelerator of Technology Adoption, by Consumers and Industries globally. ONGEA! 2021 is about What Next as we Fast Forward into the Future.”

Going fully Online shall enable ONGEA! to reach a wider audience throughout Eastern Africa and the world; including international industry experts, who are increasingly interested in the creativity emerging from The Motherland.

“To-date ONGEA! 2021 has Speakers, Performers, and delegates from over 26 countries, including Australia, Benin, Brazil, Burundi, Canada, China, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Singapore, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, The Netherlands, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and the United States of America”, says Courtney Keter of PHAT! Productions.

“And, after the Pandemic, ONGEA! shall be Transformed into a Hybrid Event, with Participants having the Choice to join Physically or Virtually.”

Here’s an Outline of ONGEA! 2021 – The 6 the annual Eastern Africa Music Summit:
Monday 22nd February 2021
12.00 pm-01.30 pm EAT (GMT+3): So, we were Disrupted! What next? Comparing local & international Recovery
Plans for the Creative Industry.

01.30pm-02.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
02.00pm-03.30pm EAT (GMT+3): The New Normal? Online Education for Creatives. Discussing the
Transformation of Education in the Creative Industry.

03.30pm-04.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
04.00pm-05.30pm EAT (GMT+3): Be Present Everywhere. The ultimate Speed Networking session with local & International Delegates from the 3 Days.
05.30pm-09.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.

Tuesday 23rd February 2021
12.00 pm-01.30 pm EAT (GMT+3): Taxation – a Blessing or a Curse? Unpacking the Benefits and Costs of Digital Service Tax, and other Taxes.
01.30pm-02.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
02.00pm-03.30pm EAT (GMT+3): Royalties in Focus. COVID-19 showed the Importance of Royalties as a
Revenue stream and amplified the Challenges in Eastern Africa with Collection & Distribution.
03.30pm-04.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
04.00pm-05.30pm EAT (GMT+3): No Shows? Where’s the Money? The importance of alternative Revenue streams – a Global perspective. The webinar is Empowered by Safaricom.
05.30pm-09.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.

Wednesday 24th February 2021
12.00 pm-01.30 pm EAT (GMT+3): The growth of Artivism in Africa. The Movers & Shakers of 2020 and 2021. The webinar is presented by This Is Africa.
01.30pm-02.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
02.00pm-03.30pm EAT (GMT+3): Access to Credit for Creatives. New opportunities Emerging in 2021.
03.30pm-04.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.
04.00 pm-05.30 pm EAT (GMT+3): Global Opportunities for Eastern African Music. Panelists from Asia, Europe, North America, and South America share their Views. The webinar is Empowered by the French Embassy to Kenya.
05.30pm-09.00pm EAT (GMT+3): Showcase Performances.

Entry is FREE to ONGEA! 2021, for Industry Professionals and Consumers, via Registration in Advance on Spaces are limited, so Register now!

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Fela Kuti Only African Nominated For 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame



Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Nigerias legendary Afrobeat musician who died 24 years ago has been nominated for induction in the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The late maverick musician was on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, nominated for induction in the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame alongside 15 other international artistes or bands comprising Mary J. Blige, Kate Bush, Devo, Foo Fighters, The Go-Go’s, Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Chaka Khan, Carole King, LL Cool J, New York Dolls, Rage, Against The Machine, Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner and Dionne Warwick. 

This is the first time Fela is being nominated to the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Usually, fans will vote for up to five nominees daily from the day of announcement, February 10 till April 30, 2021 via the Rock Halls website.

Winners of the nomination will be inducted in May 2021 at the 36th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio.

To be considered eligible for nomination, artistes or bands must have released their first commercial recording at least 25 years ago.

As at Fela’s death on August 2, 1997, it had been 28 years since he released “The ’69 Los Angeles Sessions” on the Wrasse Records label.

It was a re-issued album recorded in 1969 while Fela Kuti was living in Hollywood performing six nights a week at the Citadel de Haiti on Sunset Boulevard which was run by Bernie Hamilton.  

We wonder why Fela was not nominated during his lifetime and for 24 years after his death, given that the Abami Eda (the strange being) had met and even surpassed the criteria for this nomination before and long after his death.

A multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, composer, political activist, philosopher and pan-Africanist, Fela was the pioneer of Afrobeat, an African music genre combining traditional Yoruba and Afro-Cuban music with funk and jazz.

He bestrides other nominees like a colossus and, therefore, more than deserves to be inducted. Fela is also currently rated the sixth most worthy 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee after Todd Rundgren, Carole King, The Go Go’s, Tina Turner, and Mary J. Blige.

Apart from being the only African to be nominated, which is unique, Fela convincingly fulfills the two main objectives of the award – a demonstration of unquestionable musical excellence, talent and significant impact on the development, evolution, and preservation of Rock & Roll through Afrobeat.

There are other significant senses in which Fela is unique.

All Fela’s music were created by him; he never remixed anyone’s music, including his own, and he never repeated themes. 

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