32 Songs Your Summer Playlist Needs
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The 32 Songs Your Summer Playlist Needs

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The 32 Songs Your Summer Playlist Needs

It's easy, and slightly obvious, to say that summer is one of the most carefree times of the year. And what's the point of being care free if you're not supported by great background music? Whether it's a throwback jam, from an up and coming artist, or or is the song of the summer, every song can be appreciated.

1. 8TEEN - Khalid

2. Across The Room - ODESZA ft. Leon Bridges

3. Faking It - Calvin Harris ft. Kehlani and Lil Yachty

4. All Falls Down - Kanye West ft. Syleena Johnson

5. I Know What You Did Last Summer - Shawn Mendes ft. Camila Cabello

6. Better Not - Louis The Child ft. Wafia

7. Go with the Flow - Lika Morgan

8. I Could Be Wrong - Lucas & Steve ft. Brandy

9. Say My Name - ODESZA ft. Zyra

10. I Like It - Cardi B ft. Bad Bunny and J Balvin

11. Nice For What - Drake

12. I Wanna Know - NOTD ft. Bea Miller

13. Jackie Chan - Tiesto, Dzeko, Preme, and Post Malone

14. Messy - Kiiara

15. Jump - Julia Michaels ft. Trippie Redd

16. 2002 - Anne-Marie

17. 2 Souls on Fire - Bebe Rexha ft. Quavo

18. If You're Over Me - Years & Years

19. Your Side Of The Bed - Loote

20. Say Love - James TW

21. IDWK - DVBBS ft. Blackbear

22. Downtown's Dead - Sam Hunt

23. ocean eyes - Billie Eilish

24. Man Down - Shakka ft. AlunaGeorge

25. Killer - Coleman Hell

26. I Love It - Cheat Codes ft. DVBBS

27. Youth - Shawn Mendes ft. Khalid

28. Lost In Your Light - Dua Lipa ft. Miguel

29. Back To You - Selena Gomez

30. baseball - Hippo Campus

31. Rise - Jonas Blue

32. no tears left to cry - Ariana Grande

Need an easy way to add these songs to your summer playlist? No problem. :)

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