20 Songs You Need To Add To Your Playlist Immediately
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20 Songs You Need To Add To Your Playlist Immediately

A new semester is starting soon, so it's time to add some new music to your playlist, too.

20 Songs You Need To Add To Your Playlist Immediately
The Underestimated Mom

A lot of new music has been released recently, and I am absolutely loving it. From fast beats good for working out to melodies perfect for chilling out in the evening, there are many songs that will fit everyone's tastes. Below are 20 of my favorite new songs. Check them out on iTunes or Spotify and add them to your playlists to make them even better!

1. Closer by The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey

2. Home Alone by Ansel Elgort

3. Like You by EXES

4. She Sets The City On Fire by Gavin Degraw

5. Cool Girl by Tove Lo

6. Cold Water by Major Lazer, Justin Bieber and MØ

7. Me Too by Meghan Trainor

8. Heathens by Twenty One Pilots

9. Fake It by Bastille

10. Let Me Love You by DJ Snake and Justin Bieber

11. Fresh Eyes by Andy Grammer

12. City of the Rose (Whethan Remix) by Tyus

13. Used Too by Rebel ft. SoMo

14. Something About You by Tayler Buono

15. In The Name Of Love by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha

16. Give It To Me Twice by Party Favor, Sean Kingston and Rich The Kid

17. Into You by Ariana Grande

18. Perfect Strangers by Jonas Blue ft. JP Cooper

19. Kids by OneRepublic

20. Zillionaire by Flo Rida

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