Rolling Stone magazine has released its list of the best 50 songs of 2016, with Beyonce’s racially-charged Formation at number one.

The magazine had previously named Bey’s Lemonade as the best album of the year, so it comes as no surprise that Formation , described as a “statement for blackness and feminism” was handed the singles honor.

Frank Ocean’s Ivy, off his Blond album was handed the second spot. “It’s the most powerful song Ocean has created yet,” the magazine wrote. Behind it in third place were Drake, Wizkid and Filipino singer Kyla, with their global dance anthem, One Dance.

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Late singer David Bowie earned the number 4 spot with No Plan, and the recently hospitalized Kanye West rounded out the top 5 with Ultralight Beam, off his The Life Of Pablo album.

Other notable mentions include Fifth Harmony with Work From Home at number 7, Rae Sremmurd’s anthem Black Beatles at number 10, and 21 Savage’s collaboration with Future and Metro Boomin’, X, at number 21. You can view the full list here.

See the full top 10 below.

1. Beyoncé – “Formation”
2. Frank Ocean – “Ivy”
3. Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla – “One Dance”
4. David Bowie – “No Plan”
5. Kanye West feat. Chance the Rapper, Kirk Franklin, The-Dream, & Kelly Price – “Ultralight Beam”
6. Pwr Bttm – “Projection”
7. Solange – “Cranes in the Sky”
8. Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign – “Work from Home”
9. Lvl Up – “Pain”
10. Rae Sremmurd feat. Gucci Mane – “Black Beatles”