1. "6 God," by Drake
Ask the audience: "Cessation of suffering for all living beings," "city," or "squad?"
Sydney & Leah from NYC, Star from Harlem, NY, and Mfundo from South Africa
Cessation of suffering from all living beingsDoughSquadCity
"Nobody likes us except for us. Yeah, all I ever needed was the squad so that's what's up."
2. "Love Me Like You Do," by Ellie Goulding
Ask the audience: "A diagnosis of leprosy," or "paradise?"
Katrina from NYC and Hilary from Staten Island, NY
A diagnosis of LeprosyHoly GrailParadiseMasterpiece
"On the edge of paradise. Every inch of your skin is a holy grail I've got to find."
3. "Best Mistake," by Ariana Grande ft. Big Sean
Ask the audience: "Top" or "keep?"
Rosy from Australia and Catherine from Brooklyn, NY
"I guess times wasting, tick tocking lip locking. How can we keep the feelings fresh how do we zip lock them"
4. "Uptown Funk," by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
Ask the audience: "Vodka tonic," or "smoothie?"
Samantha from Brooklyn, NY and Mfundo from South Africa
SmoothieJar Of SkippyVodka TonicTowel
"If we show up, we gon’ show out. Smoother than a fresh jar of skippy."
5. "Thinking Out Loud," by Ed Sheeran
Ask the audience: "70" or "dead or something?"
Bongani from South Africa, Angel from the Bronx, NY, and Kayla from New Jersey
70Dead or something64Dust in the wind
"And darling I will be loving you 'til we're 70, and baby my heart could still fall as hard at 23."
6. "Dead Inside," by Muse
Ask the audience: "Spiders and whip," or "bad bitches and teach me?"
Hilary from Staten Island, NY and Samantha from Brooklyn, NY
Spiders and WhipsDrones and EraseBad bitches and Teach meSoldiers and Love
"Unleash a million drones and confine me, then erase me, babe. Do you have no soul?"
7. "Baby Blue," by Action Bronson ft. Chance The Rapper
Ask the audience: "Sold out" or "shaken up?"
Grace from New Jersey and Rakeem from Philadelphia, PA
Shaken upSold outFlatDrank
"I hope you get a paper cut on your tongue from a razor in a paper cup. I hope every soda you drink already shaken up."
8. "Check," by Young Thug
Ask the audience: "weed" or "gucci mane?"
Keith from Buffalo and Bongani from South Africa
WeedJesusGucci ManeThat Booty
"Money on my mind, I got money on my brain, Money in my pants, I got money I call change, 20, 50, 100, 500 millions made. Big hunna Thugga, screamin' bring back Gucci Mane, hey!"
9. "See You Again," by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
Ask the audience: "$!!:) ☮ " or "love x2?"
Samantha from Brooklyn, NY and Sarah from the Philippines
Family x2Love x2Us and We$!!:) ☮
"How could we not talk about family when family's all that we got? Everything I went through you were standing there by my side and now you gon' be with me for the last ride."
10. "Chains," by Nick Jonas
Ask the audience: "Loving hernia," or "heart❤ and pain:(?"
Sarah from the Philippines and Rosy from Australia
Heart ❤ and Pain :(Loving and HerniaHeart and SoulLove and Heart
"Cold to the touch but she’s warm as a devil, I gave all my heart but she won't heal my soul."
11. "One Last Time," by Ariana Grande
Ask the audience: "(Enthusiastic) consent," or "money?"
Sydney & Leah from NYC and Bishop from Brooklyn, NY
"And I know, and I know, and I know she gives you everything, but boy I couldn't give it to you, and I know, and I know, and I know, that you got everything, but I got nothing here without you."
12. "Shut Up And Dance," by Walk The Moon
Ask the audience: "High heels" or "sexy mamacitas?"
Rakeem from Philadelphia, PA and Bongani from South Africa
High HeelsBeat-up SneaksSexy MamacitasStilettos
"A backless dress and some beat up sneaks, my discothèque, Juliet teenage dream. I felt it in my chest as she looked at me. I knew we were bound to be together."
13. "Bitch Better Have My Money," by Rihanna
Ask the audience: "Baby" or "shirt?"
John from NYC and Rackeem from Philadelphia, PA
"Shit, your wife in the backseat of my brand new foreign car. Don't act like you forgot, I call the shots, shots, shots, like brrap, brrap, brrap. Pay me what you owe me, don't act like you forgot."
14. "Lay Me Down," by Sam Smith
Ask the audience: "The white supremacist/the capitalist patriarchy and the exploited labor of women and minorities" or "the haters and rats?"
Sydney and Leah from NYC and Bishop from Brooklyn, NY
The white supremacist/ Capitalist Patriarchy and the Exploited labor of women and minoritesThe Minutes and The HoursThe Haters and the RatsThe Moon and The Stars
"Right there, right next to you and it's hard, the days just seem so dark. The moon, and the stars, are nothing without you. Your touch, your skin, where do I begin?"