30 Sizzling Songs For Your Hot Girl Summer 2020 Playlist
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30 Sizzling Songs For Your Hot Girl Summer 2020 Playlist

The perfect mix of iconic current and throwback power anthems.

30 Sizzling Songs For Your Hot Girl Summer 2020 Playlist

Summer 2020 isn't canceled! Grab your phone and a portable speaker, add these 30 songs to a playlist, and head to the beach with your squad for the hot girl summer we all need.

1. "Yummy" - Justin Bieber

2. "Watermelon Sugar" - Harry Styles

3. "My Oh My" - Camila Cabello

4. "hot girl bummer" - Blackbear

5. "Savage" - Megan Thee Stallion

6. "Truth Hurts" - Lizzo

7. "Don't Start Now" - Dua Lipa

8. "X" - The Jonas Brothers

9. "Adore You" - Harry Styles

10. "50 Shades of Crazy" - Chase Rice

11. "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored" - Ariana Grande

12. "Here's to Never Growing Up" - Avril Lavigne

13. "Instruction" - Jax Jones ft. Demi Lovato & Stefflon Don

14. "Sorry Not Sorry" - Demi Lovato

15. "Lip Gloss" - Lil Mama

16. "Dirty Little Secret" - The All-American Rejects

17. "Basement Party" - Max

18. "Allergic" - Post Malone

19. "Good Boys" - Josie Dunne

20. "Body Like a Back Road" - Sam Hunt

21. "Mi Gente" - J Balvin & Willy William ft. Beyonce

22. "Stutter" - Maroon 5

23. "Bad" - Michael Jackson

24. "I Like It" - Cardi B, Bad Bunny, & J Balvin

25. "Partition" - Beyonce

26. "Wild Thoughts" - DJ Khalid ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller

27. "Hollaback Girl" - Gwen Stefani

28. "Don't Call Me Angel" - Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, & Lana Del Rey

29. "you should see me in a crown" - Billie Eilish

30. "Wannabe" - Spice Girls

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