You know those songs that you could just listen to over and over again until you finally get sick of them? Well, we have five of them that we think you should definitely check out...

Sure, these songs may not be "new releases" this month, but they're the ones that you can just listen to on repeat (and continue to grow in popularity). It took us some time to narrow it down to the Top 5, but we finally did it. Here they are:

Alessia Cara "Scars to Your Beautiful"

This one has really grown on us. Listen closely to the lyrics (especially in the second verse), talking about not knowing how beautiful we all are and how we're willing to do just about anything to be considered "beautiful." It has the powerful message of "you're beautiful just the way you are."


Train "Play That Song"

If you're not having a good day or you're just in a bad mood, you need to have this song available and listen to it right away. It's just such a feel good song that will put a smile on your face. Seriously, you won't be able to help yourself from dancing with its "Heart and Soul" feel to it.


Ed Sheeran "Shape of You"

Off his third album, Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" has this sexy, seductive feel to it (that isn't too much). It's got a nice pop sound to it, but with a bit of darkness (not like "Earned It" from the Weeknd, but there is still some darkness). We're pretty much saying it has a nice balance to it. Trust us, you'll be singing along to this one, too.


 Katy Perry "Chained to the Rhythm"

This one has gotten some pretty mixed reviews, but we love it. It's not an upbeat party anthem like "Last Friday Night," but it's got heart and an interesting "flow." We're pretty curious how the rest of her album will sound after this one, but unfortunately we won't be seeing that anytime soon. She's planning on releasing a bunch of singles over time before we'll be able to get the full album.


Bruno Mars "24K Magic"

Bruno Mars brings you another hit that you can't help but dance to with "24K Magic." It will remind you of the feel-goodness of "Uptown Funk," but with a twist. This one has some undertones of older hits, but with a fresh, current feel blended in.

 

 


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