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49 New Songs You Need In Your Life This June

The best new pop, rock, country, and rap for June, in no particular order.

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1. Teen star Bea Miller's dark-pop dabbling "Yes Girl."

2. Alt-pop group Glass Animals globetrotting "Life Itself."

3. Broods' "Couldn't Believe," which is equal parts sinister and celebratory.

4. Ariana Grande's hot and humid dance floor anthem, "Into You."

5. Pop singer Phoebe Ryan's impossibly chill "Boyz n Poizn."

6. The Temper Trap's soaring, spacious "Burn."

7. London-based soul singer Sampha's painful, intimate "Timmy's Prayer."

8. Adele's Max Martin–produced contender for Song of the Summer, "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)."


9. Florida-based rapper Kodak Black's somber "Jewels (Whole Time)."

10. Drake and Rihanna's laid-back "Too Good," in which the duo continue to have too much chemistry.

11. Country superstar Brad Paisley's unexpected but delightful Demi Lovato duet, "Without a Fight."

12. Chrvches's shimmery, precise "Warning Call."

13. Compton rapper YG's slurry, star-studded banger "Why You Always Hatin?" (with Drake and Kamaiyah).

14. Nashville upstart Maren Morris's sassy "Rich."

15. Pop wunderkind MNEK's bubbling ode to heartbreak, "At Night (I Think About You)."

16. K-pop singer Tiffany's irresistible, old-school "I Just Wanna Dance."

17. 's glittery synth-splosion, "Final Song."

18. Danity Kane alum Dawn Richard's glitch-pop love song "Wake Up."

19. Rapper Snow Tha Product's slick, R&B pivot "Nights" (ft. W. Darling).

20. Folk-rock singer-songwriter Cass McCombs' dreamy "Opposite House."

21. Alicia Keys' surprisingly low-key, alt-ish "In Common."

22. Shura's upbeat, '80s-esque "What's It Gonna Be?"

23. Tegan and Sara's shimmery, sweet "Stop Desire."

24. Pop king Justin Timberlake's joyful insta-hit "Can't Stop the Feeling."


25. British singer-songwriter Nao's tense, squiggly "Girlfriend."

26. Jorja Smith's thumping, soulful "Where Did I Go?"

27. Spanish garage-pop band Hinds' fuzzy, sun-bleached "Easy."

28. Sza's hazy rework of Drake and Partynextdoor's "Come and See Me," "twoAM"

29. Willow Smith's spacey spoken-word collab with Michael Cera (yes, that Michael Cera), "twentyfortyeight 2.0."

30. Fifth Harmony's dance-hall-inspired "All in My Head (Flex)" [ft. Fetty Wap].

31. Singer-songwriter Bishop Briggs' throaty, slow-burner "The Way I Do."

32. Pop star on the rise Dua Lipa's sultry trop-pop anthem "Hotter Than Hell."

33. James Blake's cleansing, crystalline "I Need a Forest Fire" (ft. Bon Iver).

34. English rock quartet Martha's explosive, fuzzed-out "Ice Cream and Sunscreen."

35. Early-’00s icon Craig David's warbly noughties pop throwback "One More Time."

36. Internet sensation Greyson Chance's first truly grown-up pop single, "Back on the Wall."

37. Dance hall superstar Popcaan's sexy, summer-ready "Ova Dweet."

38. Bibi Bourelly's moody rock anthem "What If."

39. R&B singer-songwriter Ro James' stripped-down "Everything."

40. Radiohead's menacing, orchestral "Burn the Witch."

41. Anna Straker's hypnotic "Late Night Swimming."

42. Wiz Khalifa's hard-hitting "Pull Up" (ft. Lil Uzi Vert).

43. Portland trio Joseph's triumphant folk-pop anthem "White Flag."

44. BØRNS' spiritual, syrupy "It's You."

45. Blake Shelton's bitter and heartbroken "She's Got a Way With Words."

46. Chicago native Chance the Rapper's skate rink-ready party-starter "All Night" (ft. Knox Future).

47. Los Angeles–based band The Shelters' tender, low-key "Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' ’Bout That Girl."

48. Laura Mvula's delicate, dreamlike "Show Me Love."

49. Canadian singer-songwriter Gabrielle Shonk's fierce, bluesy "Habit."

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