PLAYOur Favourite Tracks From 2019 So Far...
2019 is off to a cracking start when it comes to music. So many awesome tracks have been released and it’s only halfway through the year. Here are the picks of our favourite tracks from 2019 so far – add them to your Spotify playlist ASAP!
ME! – Taylor Swift ft. Brendon Urie
Taylor burst back onto the scene in May with this catchy pop track that we still can’t get out of our heads! Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco adds his incredible voice to the tune as a featured artist and the video is too cute for words. The Billboard Music Performance was also epic so check it out if you haven’t already!
Talk – Khalid
The whole Free Spirit album is the perfect soundtrack for any situation. Talk is the hero track, having been streamed more than 200 million times. We also love Outta My Head ft. John Mayer and the title track, Free Spirit. Whether you’re working out, chilling out or studying, Talk is the perfect ‘on repeat’ track.
Bad Guy – Billie Eilish
This girl can do no wrong. Bad Guy is the hit song off Billie’s new album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The seventeen-year-old from LA recorded the album in her brother’s bedroom, keeping her unique sound, and Bad Guy is already an indie pop anthem that you’ll never get tired of. This is Billie at her best. Love it.
Who Do You Love – The Chainsmokers ft. 5SOS
Any track with the boys from 5SOS on it is pretty much destined to be a banger. This tune was released back in February but still hasn’t disappeared from the charts. It’s also been getting some serious air time and has been streamed over 100 million times. If that doesn’t convince you that you need to give it a listen, we don’t know what will!
Sucker – The Jonas Brothers
We thought we’d never see them again as a trio, but the Jonas Brothers have reunited and they’ve never sounded so good. Sucker is their latest smash hit and once you’ve heard it, you’ll find it impossible not to sing along. The video is also a must-see, featuring the brother’s wives, Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner from GoT and Danielle Deleasa.
These are only some of the amazing tracks we’re loving, so we want your opinion. What other tracks should have made the list? Share your suggestions in the comments.