Gwen Stefani Songs Ranked

Gwen Renée Stefani (born October 3, 1969) is an American singer and songwriter. She is a co-founder, lead vocalist, and the primary songwriter of the band No Doubt, whose singles include “Just a Girl”, “Spiderwebs”, and “Don’t Speak”, from their 1995 breakthrough studio album Tragic Kingdom, as well as “Hey Baby” and “It’s My Life” from later albums. Stefani has won three Grammy Awards. As a solo artist, she has received an American Music Award, Brit Award, World Music Award, and two Billboard Music Awards. In 2003, she debuted her clothing line L.A.M.B. and expanded her collection with the 2005 Harajuku Lovers line, inspired by Japanese culture and fashion. During this time Stefani performed and made public appearances with four backup dancers known as the Harajuku Girls. She was married to British musician Gavin Rossdale from 2002 to 2016 and they have three sons. Billboard magazine ranked Stefani the 54th most successful artist and 37th most successful Hot 100 artist of the 2000–2009 decade.  VH1 ranked her 13th on their “100 Greatest Women in Music” list in 2012. Including her work with No Doubt, Stefani has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Here are all of Gwen Stefani’s songs ranked

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15. Don’t Get It Twisted (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“This song addresses the pregnancy scare she was going through when she found out she was expecting her first child along with the weird symptoms & thoughts she was experiencing…”28 days a normal cycle, if i’m not mistaken i think you might have made a goal”…very clever”

14. Early Winter (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“This song is a very different style for either Gwen Stefani or her earlier band, No Doubt. It’s actually a pretty good song – it reminds me of something the Brit-rock band Keane would do.”

13. Misery (Misery, 2016)

“I think Gwen is the only artist who has it right in the head. nobody exposing, meaningful lyrics or anything like that nowadays artists do. the whole time I know her since my childhood, anytime she drops a song its a bomb! not only she good looking for her age but anytime I listen to her song it makes me so calm”

Gwen Stefani – The Sweet Escape (2006, CD) - Discogs

12. You’re My Favorite (This Is What the Truth Feels Like 2016)

“This record is good, overly-long, but good. It’s not a classic by any means; I think you have to already be a fan or lukewarm to Gwen Stefani.”

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11. Yummy (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“Amazing song, the best duet by these 2 genius of commercial. this song is yummy head to toe delicious, interesting and new, electro and rap together with a very black male voice and the whitest of the female divas”

10. 4 In the Morning (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“4 in the Morning is a beautiful ballad, nothing more nothing less. It’s not particularly brilliant nor one of her best songs for sure, it’s just a beautiful ballad. The remix is amazing, it made a ballad become a fabulous club song. Love it.”

Gwen Stefani, You Make It Feel Like Christmas (Deluxe Edition - 2020) in  High-Resolution Audio - ProStudioMasters

9. Wind It Up (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“Man, listening to this after ten years of not is an eye opener. It’s surely better than most solo Gwen; it’s truly insane and as annoying as a lot of people found this song, it’s as catchy as Hollaback Girl but not nearly as annoying of an ear worm. The production is truly a head of it’s time, but it’s quite a crazy track and Gwen, I do like that girl when she sang and screamed and jumped around more. But we can’t stay young forever, eh? So a decent pop single/earworm but I’ll listen to No Doubt forevermore, especially the first three records, but hell, also the last three records.”

8. Used to Love You (This Is What the Truth Feels Like, 2016)

“The song is beautiful and amazing. The raw emotions in the video and vocals just let us know how it feels to go through a breakup like hers. Amazing.”

7. Kings Never Die (Southpaw, 2015)

“This song is just a masterpiece! Not only because it’s with Eminem (I’m a Stan) but her voice her is unmatched unlike other songs!”

Gwen Stefani - This Is What The Truth Feels Like [LP] - Music

6. Luxurious (Love. Angel. Music. Baby., 2004)

“An under-appreciated ode to 90’s hip-hop production, drawing clearly from G-Funk with the whistle-register synth line and an obvious Biggie nod with the sample. The hook is pretty catchy as well, and I’m always a sucker for chimes on these kinds of tunes (see Foolish). Released 10 years too late, and I think its tepid reception kind of reflects that. Never understood how people can be so critical of songs that are so lush and smooth. I really couldn’t care less about the content of the lyrics or anything like that, just turn this the fuck up and chill in a cushy armchair or something and you’ll get it.”

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5. Cool (Love. Angel. Music. Baby., 2004)

“Before this single was published i really expected her to publish a slow ballad single, and i hoped so hard she would chose the real thing, but she finally chose cool, which is anyway a very sweet, very melancholic song. beautiful and touching.”

4. What You Waiting For? (Love. Angel. Music. Baby., 2004)

“As a big No Doubt fan, I’m not crazy about the direction of Gwen’s solo career, although a lot of it reigns supreme over other pop music. However, this track has the energy of mid-nineties No Doubt – definitely the standout of her solo career so far.”

Gwen Stefani – Love.Angel.Music.Baby. (2004, CD) - Discogs

3. Rich Girl (Love. Angel. Music. Baby., 2004)

“I love the sound and production of this song. It has the same strengths of the singles from Love Angel Music Baby. The mentions of the Harajuku Girls bring it down for me.”

2. The Sweet Escape (The Sweet Escape, 2006)

“Sure it’s pop, but I honestly can’t name another pop song, or really any song, that sounds anything like it (though I admittedly haven’t really though about it too long). The melody of the chorus is absolutely beautiful, and the synth just melts my heart; it’s really just an excellent song.”

1. Hollaback Girl (Love. Angel. Music. Baby., 2004)

“Stefani’s lyrics are, of course, nonsense, but as far as this song goes that’s completely appropriate; anything of substance over such a purposefully dumb, blunt beat would be absurd and incongruous. She offers a focal point for your voice just as the music offers a blueprint for your feet and hips: hard, (playfully) aggressive and, above all, energetic. Not that any of that had anything whatsoever to do with the way this song slowly converted me, back in those last dwindling days of adolescence.”