Top 3 Daughtry Songs

Chris Daughtry, the former American Idol finalist, has been a constant success in the music industry ever since his departure from the show in 2006. He has been a smash-hit machine with two albums debuting at number one on the Billboard Top 100 chart while selling over 8 million albums and 30 million digital tracks in total – and that is just in the U.S. alone. There are so many great songs to pick from, which, in turn, should make this list tough, yet hard to mess up. That also means that quite a few amazing Daughtry songs will fail to make this list, sadly.

Note: Instead of me describing why these three songs are the ones I chose, I will post YouTube links to the songs below so you can listen to them and hear, critique, and enjoy their quality.

Honorable Mention) “Louder Than Ever”

3) “Feels Like Tonight”

2) “Over You”

1) “Start of Something Good”

What do you think of my list? Are you disappointed by the lack of hits tracks like “What About Now” or “Home,” or are you satisfied with the results? Make sure to let me know. Thanks for reading and/or listening!

My Ranking of 2016 Superhero Movies

*This is my personal opinion, so if you disagree, that’s completely okay.*

  • Title image credit: Heroic Hollywood


There were some good comic-book films that were released this year and some iffy ones, so I’ll share my thoughts on the ones that I have seen. SPOILER ALERT! There will be a few minor spoilers within this piece, so if you haven’t seen a particular movie on this list yet and don’t want to know about it, please come back after you’ve seen it. Everyone good? Those still here – let’s jump right in!




1) Deadpool – 9/10


  • Balance of incredible comedy and heartfelt moments
  • Personality (takes advantage of hard R-rating)
  • Pacing
  • Creativity – low budget and opening credit sequence
  • Villain


  • Not long enough



Captain America Civil War.jpg

2) Captain America: Civil War – 8.5/10


  • Airport action sequence
  • Iron Man and Captain America
  • Introduction to Spider-Man and Black Panther
  • Characterization
  • Tone


  • No memorable soundtrack
  • Slightly unsatisfying conclusion
  • Villain



Trinity in action

3) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Ultimate Edition) – 8/10

*Theatrical cut – 6.9 or 7/10*


  • Epic action
  • Amazing soundtrack
  • Wonder Woman
  • Ben Affleck
  • Cinematography
  • Setting up the DC Universe


  • Slightly too dark of a tone
  • Not enough action and interaction between Batman and Superman
  • Africa sequence and storyline
  • A little more heroism and heart
  • Pacing/Editing




4) Suicide Squad – 6/10


  • Deadshot
  • Harley Quinn
  • El Diablo
  • Amanda Waller
  • Batman and Flash cameos


  • Messy and stupid plot! Particularly the last half
  • Misuse of Katana’s character
  • Joker (not enough to fully tell yet)
  • Killer Croc
  • Slipknot
  • Rick Flag
  • Forced humor
  • Villain


*Haven’t seen X-Men: Apocalypse or Doctor Strange yet.*