I'm super sorry on how late i am with this! School is starting for me in a couple weeks and i've been busy preparing for all of that.
But, I'm back, and want to share my playlist for this month, of songs i've been using to hype myself up and not be so nervous for school.
Let me know what you think!

See my other playlists here for each month!
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1. Roses - GASHI
I've only heard a few of this artist's songs, but I really like the laid back vibe to them. I love listening to this one in the car.
2. Instagram - Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, David Guetta, Daddy Yankee (ft. Afro Bros & Natti Natasha)
Okay yeah, there are a lot of people in this song, I get it. But the whole vibe of this is fire and is great to hype yourself up and get pumped up. It'll give you confidence.
3. Time - NF
His songs are always so dynamic and meaningful and different from your average rap song. This is no exception.
4. Bossa No Se - Cuco (ft. Jean Carter)
This is a unique recommendation, but it's fun. It's got a casual, beachy feel to it if that makes any sense.
5. Boyfriend - Ariana Grande & Social House
I'm a fan of Social House, not so much of Ariana but this is a great collab.
6. Small Flame - Monumental Men
Another different one. It's chill but special.
7. BAE (Remix) - O.T. Genasis (ft. G-Eazy, Rich the Kid & E-40)
Honestly, this is hype. No lie.
8. MOOD 4 EVA - Beyonce, JAY-Z, Childish Gambino (ft. Oumou Sangare)
Okay but this is so good too. I didn't see the Lion King movie (I'm a big fan of the original), but this song is a lot of fun and full of talent.
9. Fight Night - Freedom, Kevin Skaggs, and Alexander Pol
I found this one when watching The Boys on Amazon Prime (it's really good!) and this is yet another super hype rap song that will make you feel like you should be in a music video.
10. You Can Never Tell - Chuck Berry
I saw "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" a few weeks and my love for Tarantino films was reignited. I rewatched 'Pulp Fiction' and this song is that Uma Thurman and John Travolta dance to at the restaurant.

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Thanks for reading!