5 Hot Songs For Your Best Summer Playlist
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5 Hot Songs For Your Best Summer Playlist

Whether you are going on a summer road trip or dancing around in your room, here are five songs you need to add to your summer playlist.

5 Hot Songs For Your Best Summer Playlist

With new music constantly being released, it can be easy to overlook other songs. Here are five newly released songs that everyone needs to have on their summer playlists.

1. "Señorita" by Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello 

Four years after the release of "I Know What You Did Last Summer," the duo joined forces once again to release a new song. "Señorita" features everything fans love about these two artists: a beat you can dance to, catchy lyrics, and a steamy music video.

2. "Cool" by The Jonas Brothers

Since the release of their new album, The Jonas Brothers have continued to be a hot topic in music. "Cool" is just as catchy as their last single, "Sucker," and continues to remind us just why we love The Jonas Brothers.

3. "Mother's Daughter" by Miley Cyrus

This recent release from the singer has quickly become a hit among fans. "Mother's Daughter" is a female empowerment song that differs strongly from what we saw on Cryus' last album, "Younger." This song features a sound similar to her 2013 album, "Bangerz."

4. "Don't Call Me Up" by Mabel

While this song is not a recent release, it continues to be a great song for the summer. "Don't Call Me Up" is a catchy song with a great beat that is perfect for anyone who recently went through a breakup. This song is guaranteed to make you want to get up and dance.

5. "Easier" by 5 Seconds Of Summer

Even as they get ready to go on tour with The Chainsmokers, 5 Seconds Of Summer continues to release new music. "Easier" has a slightly different sound than what we last heard in their new album, "Youngblood," but this song continues to be a hit among fans.

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