While many of us sought comfort in nostalgia, listening to music that reminded us of better days, others were in the moment, appreciating new records from artists like Taylor Swift, Jessie Ware, and Cardi B. Truth be told, most of us enjoyed a little bit of the old and new — all good music for peace of mind. We at Teen Vogue varied when it came to music interests.
Olivia Rodrigo wrote and released her debut single, "Drivers License," at just 17 years old.
"Bad Guy" made Billie Eilish the first person born in the 21st century to have a No. 1 hit.
Anyone who says youth is wasted on the young probably hasn't been paying attention. Mixing pop with a little hip-hop and dance, here's a playlist that shines a light on the sound and vibe of the generation coming up now: music for—and by—the future. We regularly update these tracks, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library. Sign In. Listen Now Browse Radio Search. STAY - Single. Present - Single. Leave Before You Love Me. Marshmello and Jonas Brothers. Machine Gun Kelly and blackbear.
If you're still one of those people who believe teenagers have nothing important to say, or don't know what they're talking about, allow these songwriters to prove you wrong. There are artists who've written some of the most striking, emotionally tender, and relatable songs in music history — before they even turned 20 years old. Insider rounded up 18 of the best songs ever written by teenagers. They are listed below in no particular order. Olivia Rodrigo was just 12 when she landed a lead role on the Disney Channel series "Bizaardvark.
Do you have an audition or gig coming up soon? Are you under 18 and trying to find a suitable number to perform? Finding appropriate songs for teens can be tricky.