List of 150+ Best Songs By Diana Ross The Mother Of Pop

Songs By Diana Ross

We are the generation of Pop music. We grew up listening to Lady Gaga, Madonna, and Eminem. But today we will be talking about the person who gave shape to modern pop music. Any guesses? Let me break the suspense, we are talking of the living pop legend Ms. Diana Ross, the lady who gave the shape to modern pop. If we call Diana Ross the mother of modern pop then I don’t think we are wrong. We have listed the best songs by Diana Ross in the article.

Diana Ross is an American singer, actor, songwriter, and producer. Diana used to sing as the lead singer in one of the top groups in America in the 1960s “The Supremes”. She left the group and in 1970 she released her first album “Eponymous” which was her single solo debut album. The song “Ain’t no mountain high enough” was also featured in the same year and that was the turning point in Diana’s career. She became a youth sensation by her pop music overnight. She has sung over 24 studio albums and 116 singles. We have hand-picked the best and top songs by Diana Ross for you.

The best songs by Diana Ross are 

  1. Chain Reaction
  2. Endless Love
  3. Upside Down
  4. ‘I’m Coming Out
  5. Ain’t no mountain high enough
  6. ‘I’ m still waiting
  7. Theme from Mahogany
  8. Love Hangover
  9. When You tell me that you love me
  10. My old piano

This was the list of the top 10 songs by Diana Ross. You will read more about these songs further in the article. Not only the top ten, but we also categorized the songs by Ms. Diana Ross album-wise as well.

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Best Songs By Diana Ross

Songs By Diana Ross
Source: The Grapevine | The Root

Next, we have made a list of all the songs by Diana Ross. We have also mentioned the awards won by Diana Ross to date. 

  • A Brand New Day
  • A Brand New Day (Everybody Rejoice)
  • A Mother’s Love
  • A Simple Thing Like Cry
  • After You
  • Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
  • Ain’t No Sad Song
  • Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness If I Do
  • Ain’t Nothin’ But A Maybe
  • All For One
  • All Night Lover
  • All Of Me
  • All Of My Life
  • All Of You
  • All The Befores
  • Amazing Grace
  • And If You See Him
  • Anywhere You Run To
  • Ave Maria
  • Baby It’s Love
  • Baby It’s Me
  • Baby Love
  • Back To The Future
  • Battlefield
  • Be A Lion
  • Behind Closed Doors
  • Being Green
  • Being In Love With You
  • Believe In Yourself
  • Believe In Yourself (reprise)
  • Blame It On The Sun
  • Bottom Line
  • Brand New Day
  • Brown Baby
  • Can I Go On?
  • Chain Reaction
  • Close To You
  • Crime Of Passion
  • Cross My Heart
  • Cryin’ My Heart Out For You
  • Did You Ever Wonder Why?
  • Dirty Looks
  • Do You Know Where You’re Going To?
  • Don’t Give Up On Each Other
  • Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News
  • Drop The Mask
  • Ease On Down The Road #1
  • Ease On Down The Road #2
  • Ease On Down The Road #3
  • Eaten Alive
  • Emerald City Sequence
  • Endless Love
  • Every Day Is A New Day
  • Everything Is Everything
  • Experience
  • Force Behind The Power
  • Forever Young
  • Free (I’m Gone)
  • Gimme A Pigfoot
  • Girls
  • Good Morning Heartache
  • Got To Be Free
  • Happy Christmas
  • Here I’m
  • Hope Is An Open Window
  • How About You?
  • I Am Still Waiting
  • I Cried For You
  • I Hear (The Voice Of Love)
  • I Hear A Symphony
  • I Hope I Get It
  • I Never Loved A Man Before
  • I Thought It Took A Little Time
  • I Want You Back
  • I Won’t Last A Day Without You
  • I Wouldn’t Change A Thing
  • If A Girl Isn’t Pretty
  • If We Hold On Together
  • If You’re Not Gonna Love Me Right
  • Is This What Feeling Gets?
  • Keep An Eye
  • Lady Sings The Blues
  • Last Time I Saw Him
  • Leave A Little Room
  • Little Girl Blue
  • Love Hangover
  • Love Lies
  • Love Me
  • Love On The Line
  • Love Or Loneliness
  • Love’s All That Matters
  • Love’s Here To Stay
  • Mean Ole Lion
  • Money
  • Muscles
  • My Man
  • My Old Piano
  • My Place
  • My World Is Empty Without You
  • No Matter What You Do

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  • Now It’s Your Turn To Cry Over Me
  • Pieces Of Ice
  • Please Mr. Postman
  • Reach Out And Touch (somebody’s Hand)
  • Reflections
  • Send In The Clowns
  • Smile
  • Someday We’ll Be Together
  • Someone That You Loved Before
  • Soon As I Get Home
  • Stop In The Name Of Love
  • Stormy Weather
  • Sugar Free
  • Summertime
  • Sweet Nothings
  • Swept Away
  • Take Me Higher
  • Take The Bitter With The Sweet
  • Telephone
  • That’s Why I Call You My Friend
  • The Christmas Song
  • The First Noël
  • The Lady Is A Tramp
  • The Music In The Mirror
  • The Same Love That Made Me Laugh
  • Theme From Mahogany
  • There Goes My Baby
  • These Are The Days
  • Touch By Touch
  • Touch Me In The Morning
  • Two Can Make It
  • Upside Down
  • We’re The Children Of The World
  • What I Did For Love
  • When You Dream
  • When You Tell Me That You Love Me
  • When You Tell Me You Love Me
  • Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
  • Winter Wonderland
  • You Can’t Hurry Love
  • You’d Have To Cry Sometime
  • You’re Everything

Awards By Diana Ross

American Music Awards89
Golden Globe13
People’s Choice12
Academy Awards01


We hope your search for the best songs by Diana Ross ends here. You must listen to her songs and you will realize how pop music has evolved over the decades. The music we are listening to today has its foundations laid back in the previous century. You can listen to Diana Ross songs and share them on Spotify and wynk music.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Diana Ross Net Worth?

Diana Ross has a net worth of $250 million.

Who is Diana Ross married to?

Diana Ross is married to the singer Ashlee Simpson and they together have two children.

What was Diana Ross’s first Album?

Diana left the supremes in 1970 and released her first album “Eponymous” which was her single solo debut album. The song “Ain’t no mountain high enough” was also featured in the same year and that was the turning point in Diana’s career.

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