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The best songs from movies of the 2010s

A great song written for a movie is more than a transparent attempt by an artist to add the “O” to their prospective EGOT.  The best of these cinematic tracks don’t just capture the spirit of the film they’re written for, they hold up as their own cultural phenomenon. Here are the 10 best songs that capture the ways music and film intersected in the 2010s.

10. “Private Property” — Noni feat. Kid Culprit, Beyond the Lights (2014)

Films featuring some of the best original music of the decade were slept on at the box office (think Begin Again, Sing Street, or Wild Rose). But the hardest pill to swallow was a film about a pop star singing music written by the man behind Beyoncé‘s “Single Ladies” and Rihanna‘s “Umbrella” (The-Dream, a popular artist in his own right) flopping. While Beyond the Lights got an Oscar nomination for its credit song “Grateful,” sung by Rita Ora, its sultry song “Private Property,” performed by the protagonist Noni (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and her bad-boy boyfriend Kid Culprit (Machine Gun Kelly), could still fit right into RB playlists today. Also, a lyric like “why’d you come around here with

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