5 Songs You Will Likely Sing & Dance To During Spring Break
Bathing suits, beaches, late nights and sleeping in, also widely recognized as Spring Break! The one week that many of us look forward to and the one week that zooms by like a fly. Regardless, it’s the one time out of the year that we can party it up without having to worry about waking up on time the next morning.
Whether you’re singing and dancing with thousands of partiers in Las Vegas, or by yourself in front of the mirror, spring break is a time to let loose and enjoy some music. In spirits of this glorified week, these 5 songs are some hits that never fail to disappoint at any party. Let’s just say, you will rock the mic with these songs during your week off:
Though released in 2015, “Lean On” is still heavily played in all clubs around the world, parties, and events. People must really like it since it’s still playing 3 years later. In fact, “Spotify announced in November 2015 that it had overtaken Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" to become the most-streamed song of all time with 526 million plays worldwide.” That said, you will probably be dancing to it this week.
This J Balvin/Beyonce mashup is one that never disappoints at any party. The global hit was made even more famous after Beyonce jumped on the track. To top it off, she even said on her Instagram page, "I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the other affected Caribbean islands.” What’s not to love about this song?
Hop fanatic or not, you’ve probably jammed out to “Humble” by K Dot. This hit has a groovy beat that makes you want to get out of your seat as soon as you hear it. Especially with Kendrick’s recent album release for “Black Panther,” you will most likely listen to a lot of his music during spring break.
You may have heard this little song called, “Despacito.” If you haven’t yet, pull it up on YouTube where it’s been watched BILLIONS of times. In fact, it’s the 5th most viewed music video of all time. With that said, don’t be surprised to hear it again, and again and again.
This song starts off with a slow build and quickly escalates into a firework. When you hear it, you will know why the song has over 185 million views on YouTube. This latin hit will have you screaming: FIREBALL!