Summer is just around the corner and with it comes pool parties, Sunday sessions, weekends filled with exploring and road trips. All of which have one thing in common. The perfect Summer 2018 playlist.
Nothing beats lounging by the pool with your crew, soaking in the sun with the slight smell of coconut in the air. The only thing more relaxed than a pool day is your summer attire. Your favourite tee, cropped or otherwise, denim shorts or skirt (vintage preferred) and some comfy pool slides (we know some people that can hook you up).
But what about the tunes. There’s no way we’re going to be listening to Despacito on repeat so we’ve done a little bit of research and found the perfect summer 2017 playlist. We’ve gone for a bit of new, a bit of old and a little unknown. Check it out below, if it doesn’t make you crave a Sunday afternoon session with mates we don’t know what will…
- Other Bae by Cheyenne – Her voice is a like….
- Taken by Nicole Millar – An up and comer and damn she can make us chill.
- Ride by Lana Del Rey – For the summer road trips.
- Blindfolded by Nicole Millar
- Begging for Thread by Banks
- Passionfruit by Drake – No one can say no to Drake, except Rihanna.
- Reminder by The Weeknd – How is every one of his songs so sexy?
- Mask Off by Future – Time to pick up the pace.
- Wild Thoughts by Rihanna – Because for some reason this year every artist is running the Spanish theme.
- Drunk in Love by Beyonce – How could we not? Yonce can do no wrong.
- Havana by Camila Cabello
- Fade by Kanye West – If anything the film clip is great summer body inspo.
- Chanel by Frank Ocean – Oh so sultry with a twist of something darker.
- Silence by Marshmello ft Khalid – Chilled but a good beat to dance to.
- Unforgettable by French Montana
- Nights with you MO – Just a song to make you feel good about yourself, whoever that may be.
- Green Light by Lorde
- Breathe by Astrid S
- Three Rings by Grizzly Bear – One of those wind down songs at the end of the night.
- Fetish by Selena Gomez – The film clip is a little kooky but the song is on point.