It might still be Spring but since Summer’s creeping up, we’re here to provide you with a handful of new Pop tracks that will no doubt heat up any playlist, just like the rising temp.
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With a mixture of both fast tempo and slow burner tunes for every type of mood, from names you surely know and ones you might not. This months 7 songs list has something for everyone. So what are you waiting for? Start listening now!
1 WATER — Snakehips (feat. Bryce Vine)
This team up between British electronic music duo Snakehips, and Cali swag rap-singer Bryce Vine, with its glimmering smooth beats and euphoric house track vibes, is the perfect Pop club bop, just in case you were wondering.
2 Maybe You're The Problem — Ava Max
The perfect breakup song and dance track in one, with nostalgic ’80s-style beat and savage lyrics to boot. When it comes to doomed relationships, sometimes the best therapy is to dance it out, and Ava Max's upbeat track is the perfect soundtrack do to just that.
3 Vegas — Doja Cat
For the lead single from the Baz Luhrmann Elvis biopic, Doja Cat samples a Presley classic, “Hound Dog,” but adds some of that Doja sparkle by bringing it back to its original Big Mama Thornton blues roots. Trust us, it’s a banger.
4 Honest — Justin Bieber (feat. Don Toliver)
While Justin Bieber is a Popstar, his recent music endeavors have leaned on the side of R&B. Which exactly were JB’s latest single fits right in. With it’s spaced out and synthy vibe, topped with smooth vocals, this track is a total mood, if were being honest.
5 Love Me For The Weekend — Party Pupils (with Ashe & MAX)
If you’re looking for dance-pop meets futuristic funk then you’re in the right place. With its snappy percussion and vibrant synths layered with Ashe and MAX’s lovely harmonies, odds are you’ll love this song for a lot longer than just a weekend.
6 In The Stars — Benson Boone
Switching up the vibe for a bit with this latest from Benson Boone, “In The Stars,” is a Pop song about loss, but not in the way you might think. Written about his great-grandmother who passed away, Boone said, "writing this song helped me come to terms with her being gone, and changed my mindset completely in a positive direction.” So if you’re looking to get in your feels with some sad Pop, just listen to this sweet song.
7 Dancing Queen — Baby Tate
Okay yes, this song is technically more Hip Hop than Pop, but with its undeniable ability to hype us up and make us dance we’re adding it to the list anyway… and there’s nothing you can do about — well, except enjoy.