Summer is a time of kicking back and relaxing. Since last summer, there have been songs released that have a definite summer feel. Here is your ultimate 2018 beach playlist that will please all of your friends.
1. “The Middle,” Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey
This song seems to be everywhere right now, even on a Target commercial. It is upbeat and catchy, and is sure to be played in boardwalk stores everywhere!
2. “No Tears Left to Cry,” Arianna Grande
The struggles of the school year are over. Whether you are graduating or have simply overcome a lot of trials this school year, this song is about celebrating you. Isn’t that what summer is all about?
3. “Never Comin’ Down,” Keith Urban
Keith Urban released his latest album in April, and this track sounds and feels like summer. Stars and ice cold beer make an appearance in this track, all that bring out a summer scene.
4. “This Is Me,” The Greatest Showman
The Greatest Showman continues to be one of the most popular recent releases when it comes to movies and music. This song, in particular, is feel-good and talks about being proud of you.
5. “Same Old Blood,” Planet Case
This track is a new song by Finnish rock band Planet Case. It is an anthem for those who have overcome a lot and is definitely summery.
6. “Havana,” Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug
Camila Cabello’s sultry hit, “Havana,” transports listeners to the Cuban town. It makes listeners want to go to Havana or another tropical paradise.
7. “Trapicabana,” Wyclef Jean
Wyclef has returned this year with his Carnival III album. “Trapicabana” is a tropical-sounding love song, making us want to fall in love on our vacations this summer!
8. “Starts Right Now,” Mandy Gonzalez
Broadway star Mandy Gonzalez released her debut album this year and it is incredible. “Starts Right Now” talks about making a difference and is a great upbeat song for summer.
9. “Making History,” RSO
There are few things more summery than making memories and making history! “Making History” is an upbeat song about making memories with loved ones that will last through the ages.
10. “Philly Forget Me Not,” Daryl Hall and John Oates featuring Train
This song was released in time for these guys headlining HoagieNation and going on tour. One stand-out summer line from the song is “I remember ‘Rich Girl’ in the summer like yesterday.”