Popular Songs and Themes Made Using Chrome Music Lab!

Popular songs & Themes Chrome Music Lab

Chrome Music Lab is a Google project that is helping people get in touch with their musical side. The web app can be used by complete novices since it has a very gentle learning curve. You can spend hours perfecting your creation, and still won’t think it is complete!

While amateurs can get only so far, some users have taken it to the next level, by creating entire songs and themes on the web app! Check out some of their work listed below in this article. You’ll be blown away by the level of detail.

Songs by artists

All star – Smash Mouth

Skyfall – Adele

Stay – Justin Bieber & The Kid LAROI

Without me – Halsey 

Shape of you – Ed Sheeran

Imagine – John Lennon

Despacito – Luis Fonzi

Drag me down – One Direction

What I’ve done – Linkin Park

Memories – Maroon 5

Hymn for the Weekend – Coldplay

Peaches – Justin Bieber

Blue – Eiffel 65 

Blinding Lights – the Weeknd

Why not start this list with the most popular single from last year?

Still D.R.E – Dr. Dre

What if this all time Dr. Dre classic was made with Chrome Music Lab? Here’s the result. 

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) – Eurythmics

You might bump into tons of covers of this Eurythmics song but how do you feel about this Chrome Music Lab version. 

Another One Bites The Dust – Queen

Queen’s best-selling single has a mini Chrome Music version too. 

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

What would Michael Jackson’s best-selling solo single sound like when made in Google’s Chrome Music Lab?

Thunder – Imagine Dragons

Astronomia -Vicetone & Tony Igy (Coffin Dance)

Señorita – Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello

We Will Rock You – Queen

Wait till it gets going about halfway through. The song really picks up!

Bad Guy – Billie Eilish

This one is crazy. He really put a lot of work into it.

Believer – Imagine Dragons

Here’s another beauty! You can really see the amount of work put in it.

Roxanne -The Police

If you’re into classics, you have to check this one out. It is absolutely stunning.

Havana – Camila Cabelo

Get ready to dance along with this famous hit by Camilla.

Faded – Alan Walker

We’ve all heard that one royalty-free song that has been popular on Youtube, don’t we? Here’s its cover.  

All The Good Girls Go To Hell – Billie Eilish

Marshmellow – Happier

This one will hit you right in the feels.

Old  Town Road – Lil Nas X

The Next Episode – Dr. Dre

This cover of the popular Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg song also deserves some applause. 

Maroon 5 – Memories

One of Maroon 5’s big hits, it is simplistic, but on point. He hits all the right notes.

La La La – Naughty Boy & Sam Smith

Dynamite – BTS

Africa – Toto

A classic, right?

Ed Sheeran – Galway Girl

Probably one of the best on our list. Hats off to you sir!

On My Way – Alan Walker, Sabrina Carpenter & Farruko

David Guetta – Titanium ft. Sia

David Guetta and Sia, need we say any more? This classic is done so well on Google Music Labs, it’s crazy.

Dance Monkey – Tones & I

Lucid Dreams – Juice Wrld

These beats are really difficult to get right, but he managed it!

Baby Shark

Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley

Montero – Lil Nas X

Alone – Marshmello

Theme songs

Spiderman Theme

We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Stranger Things Theme

Among Us

2020 isn’t complete without Among Us, is it?

Star Wars

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…

Marvel Avengers

Stranger Things

The Office

Harry Potter

Mortal Kombat

“Finish Him”. 

Sonic The Hedgehog

Pirates Of The Caribbean Theme Song

Captain jack sparrow would be proud!

Naruto Fight Version

Meme Songs

You got all these in just one video below: Nyan Cat, Epic Sax Guy (Run Away), Blonde Redhead – For The Damaged Coda, Turn Down For What, and Crab Rave.

Super Mario Bros Theme Song

Let’s end on a good note. This one is mind-blowing!

Battletoads Turbo Tunnel

Gravity Falls

If you haven’t checked out Google Music Lab yet, we highly recommend you do. There are a number of musical instruments to choose from. Which is your favorite song created on Google Music Lab? Let us know in the comments below.