15 Songs That Should Be On Your Summer 2019 Playlist
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15 Songs That Should Be On Your Summer 2019 Playlist

Plug in your headphones and jam out!

15 Songs That Should Be On Your Summer 2019 Playlist

In the last week or so, tons of new songs have been released! There are so many genres that have been circulating on the radio and maybe you liked it but didn't catch the name. Hopefully, it's on this list and you can add it to your playlist! These songs will wanna make you wanna dance and sing your heart out. There is a variety of genres and artists that are on this list. Get ready to jam out!!

1. "I Don't Care" - Ed Sheeran feat. Justin Bieber

Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – I Don't Care (Official Audio)YouTube

2. "Make or Break" - Dan + Shay

Dan + Shay - Make or Break (Official Audio)YouTube

3. "If I Can't Have You" - Shawn Mendes

Shawn Mendes - If I Can't Have YouYouTube

4. "Into You" - Julia Michaels

Julia Michaels - Into You (Audio)YouTube

5. "Right Back" - Khalid

Khalid - Right Back (Audio)YouTube

6. "Little Bit" - Timeflies

Timeflies - Little Bit (iHeartRadio Live Sessions on the Honda Stage)YouTube

7. "Bad Guy" - Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish - bad guyYouTube

8. "Good Lord" - Abby Anderson

Abby Anderson - GOOD LORD (Official Lyric Video)YouTube

9. "Cool" - Jonas Brothers

Jonas Brothers - CoolYouTube

10. "Alcohol You Later" - Mitchell Tenpenny

Mitchell Tenpenny - Alcohol You LaterYouTube

11. "Light on" - Maggie Rogers

Maggie Rogers - Light OnYouTube

12. "Told You So" - HRVY

HRVY - Told You So (Official Video)YouTube

13. "Peace of Mind" - Sean Kingston feat. Tory Lanez & Davido

Sean Kingston - Peace of Mind (Audio) ft. Tory Lanez & DavidoYouTube

14. "I Remember" - Betty Who

Betty Who - I Remember (Official Video)YouTube

15. "Ticket to L.A." - Brett Young

Brett Young - Ticket To L.A. (Lyric Version)YouTube

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