John Legend Songs Ranked

John Roger Stephens (born December 28, 1978), known professionally as John Legend, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, film producer, theatre director, and philanthropist. Prior to the release of Legend’s debut album, Get Lifted (2004), he had collaborated with already established artists and signed to Kanye West’s GOOD Music. Legend has sung on Jay-Z’s “Encore”, Alicia Keys’s “You Don’t Know My Name”, Dilated Peoples’ “This Way”, Slum Village’s “Selfish”, Fort Minor’s “High Road”, and played piano on Lauryn Hill’s “Everything Is Everything”. Legend’s single “All of Me” from his fourth studio album Love in the Future (2013) was a Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit. Here are all of John Legend songs ranked.

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20. Each Day Gets Better (Once Again, 2006)

“Each Day Gets Better” where John Legend expresses his feelings of the brightest days in a relationship. Legend is a gifted songwriter, singer and piano player and on this album it all falls in pla

19. Stereo (Once Again, 2006)

“Stereo isn’t anything special it’s like Ray Charles gold digger singed very slowly a painful moment next song please. Each day getting better is the best song of the album the way he sings it is really amazing.”

18. Who Do We Think We Are (Love in the Future, 2013)

“Who Do We Think We Are” (a pretty obvious radio single) that is clearly materialistic where the love is not really direct towards each of the lovers, but more at what other things the lovers like to share in together (this song samples Marvin Gaye’s “If I Should Die to Tonight” as well as “Mr. Big Stuff”).”

17. Who Did that to You? (Django Unchained, 2012)

“Soft poppy Soul along with some R&B. He’s got a rather good voice, which he uses in a quite variative way. Also the music varies quite much from softer and smoother beats, melodies and soundscapes to some more funky stuff. I’d still say quite mainstream, but definitively he’s a good vocalist.”

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16. So High (Get Lifted, 2004)

“Now this song should be in the top ten! It’s another one of his songs with just his vocals and the piano. As the song gets to the climax you get goosebumps from his powerful voice. The lyrics are also really good!”

15. Heaven (Once Again, 2006)

“. For lovers only!!!! It’s a melody that soothes the person that got rid of someone but now wants to reconcile. Heaven only know, if you all will end up loving like way back in the day. More like a second chance to prove my love type of song. Hats off to John Legend for such a beautiful song.”

14. Save Room (Once Again, 2006)

“I absolutely love John Legend. In my eyes he can do no wrong. He reminds me of Prince in a lot of ways in his musical genius. He is incredible to watch live and he always delivers a little something extra. He keeps it just as smooth as always on this CD and I love his old school vibe, he always takes me back.”

13. P.D.A. (We Just Don’t Care) (Once Again, 2006)

“This song makes me feel so warm inside and is one of his most carefree songs (hence the title). This is so underrated!”

12. You & I (Nobody in the World) (Love in the Future, 2013)

“It’s a wonderful message to women showing them they are beautiful just as they are. The music video is incredible so heart warming just like the song.”

11. Love Me Now (Darkness and Light, 2016)

“This song gives you ALL the feels. John Legend and his perfect voice at its best! Awesome! Just loved it! Love it now! Absolutely beautiful! definitely connected with me”

10. Green Light (Evolver, 2008)

“I definitely can forget to put this song in my playlist! Get happy! Enjoy! Enjoy this everywhere! This has to be one of the catchiest beats I’ve heard in a while.

9. Let’s Get Lifted (Get Lifted, 2004)

“This is most beautiful john legend song… the lyrics, the piano everything about it! he lyrics are way too immature for a neo-soul record, in my opinion, but John Legend has a nice voice and he knows how to appeal to a wider audience – his music gives you a little bit of soul, R&B, hip hop and old school. Legend has worked with Alicia Keys and Kanye West in the past and you can totally see a similarity between these artists.”

8. Stay with You (Get Lifted, 2004)

“What a Lyricist, This song deserves to be at least Number 2 on the list, I say People lets vote for this one… JOHN LEGEND IS KING!”

7. Everybody Knows (Evolver, 2008)

“I came here looking for a pretty wack RnB release but what I got was a pretty good if yet average release. I got to admit that he has a good voice and can sing well, but overall I also feel that the release feels really generic and mediocre. All songs feel rather predictable. Overalll pretty average release.”

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6. I Love, You Love (Evolver, 2008)

“Please someone explain why this track is not on this list? It’s the best of the best. The passion, the sincerity, the lyric and john being legendary at his best! Please find it, listen to it and rank it.”

5. Tonight (Best You Ever Had) (Think Like a Man: Music From & Inspired by the Film, 2012)

“t’s got a real nice, smooth, sexy beat (at just the right speed), his singing was spot on, and Luda’s verse isn’t bad. Nothing was wrong with this song and shows John Legend is a great artist. And that he’s one of the few artists that still make real music.”

4. Used to Love U (Get Lifted, 2004)

“This is, hands down, the best song ever! I never tire of it, like I do with other songs eventually, but I can hear this every day! It’s beautiful!”

3. This Time (Evolver, 2008)

“I’m actually listening to this song rite now makes me wanna cry but I’m not gonna to manly for that lmaoo this Time should be number one all of me should be second because that songs the reason I started to listen to him he’s a great singer the best singer”

2. Ordinary People (Get Lifted, 2004)

“Simply amazing… the piano is sensational and the way he sings it is even more spectacular. How deep in emotions ‘Ordinary People’ goes, I’m on a quest to find, I sing when I’m in thought of, in thought of my pursuit.”

1. All of Me (Love In The Future, 2013)

“Amazing song! This song still gives me feels and chills every time I hear this song on the radio. This song depressing but an amazing song. This is my favorite song of all time I listen to when I’m sad. Does this deserves number one?!? Yes it does,it’s the best sad song to listen to when your sad. And I’m happy to see it number one! And it deserves it!”