Hello guys! Since it is already fall, I decided to make a playlist of songs I enjoy and i will listen to all the month. I hope you will listen to this playlist as well, maybe you will discover some new music you might like.

“Some people have lives; some people have music.”
― John Green, Will Grayson, Will Grayson

1. Wild Thoughts by DJ Khaled, Rihanna and Bryson Tiller

The first thing that stands out about “Wild Thoughts” are the Latin vibes. A certain, late-90s classic is sampled – “Maria, Maria”, courtesy of Santana. Instantly it gives “Wild Thoughts” a major lift before Rihanna or Bryson Tiller sings one note.

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2. Power by Little Mix feat. Stormzy

This song is a sassy feminist anthem and I just love it.

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3. Do Re Mi by blackbear

The rapper follows his trend of creating angsty trap ballads (see "Idfc"), and while the content of the music might not be for everyone — one of the songs is titled "hell is where i dreamt of u and woke up alone" — the level of care and attention that is given to the production on digital druglord is noticeable and makes the album worth listening to.

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4. Sorry Not Sorry by Demi Lovato

In the new single, she takes a savage approach by belting her lungs out about revenge and not letting the haters get to her. She proves to her listeners that she’s confident in the position she’s in right now and that she’s definitely not apologising for anything. I do have to say that this strong and vindictive track from the pop star comes at no shock as she’s proven time and time again that her actions will always be truthful and justified.

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5. Super Bass by Nicki Minaj

Oldie but goldie.

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6. Believer by Imagine Dragons

In previewing album number three, Imagine Dragons have come out with an upbeat and spellbinding new style. “Believer”, delivered by lead vocalist, Dan Reynolds, celebrates life’s pain for making him a believer in his own endeavors.

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7. New Rules by Dua Lipa

Because you have to get over that boy!

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8. Into You by Ariana Grande

"Into You" is the second single from Ariana's Dangerous Woman album. The dance track follows the lead single, the title track. While the aforementioned song was an R&B ballad, she takes it to the clubs for "Into You." Those killer high notes also make a return alongside a Mariah Carey reference.

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9. _Girls Talk Boys by 5SOS

Because of Ghostbusters, of course. Duhh!

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10. There's Nothing Holding Me Back by Shawn Mendes

It’s really catchy with a catchy beat. The song starts off with an acoustic guitar before then throwing in some rock that mixes with the beat that acoustic guitar is giving off. Like, it really really works so well. It blends so well and just makes you groove with the music. It’s kind of to the point where you will be carrying that beat for the rest of your day.

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