It’s almost summer, and that means it’s almost time for summer music.
At Everly Mag, there’s nothing we love more than a good summer jam – driving with the windows down, singing at the top of your lungs, and being surrounded by your best friends without a care in the world.
Even though it’s not summer yet, we can still get excited, right? Here are our top 5 jams to get you in a carefree mood and distract you from your end-of-year stress.
1. “Wolves,” Selena Gomez & Marshmello Cover by Ruby Jay
We’re loving Ruby’s incredible vocals and bright aesthetic in her cover video, bringing this fun pop jam to a teen and tween audience. You’ll be sure to have this song stuck in your head for enough days to get you to summer!
2. “Clearly” by Grace VanderWaal
While this song doesn’t have the usual upbeat sound of a summer jam, its lyrics about finding the sunlight and Grace’s powerful vocals secure “Clearly” a top spot on our list. Listen while you’re studying for your finals, and remember that the sunshine is coming soon!
3. “Taken” by Mackenzie Sol
The summer romance jam, featuring Kendall Vertes, is the perfect pump-up song, whether you’re going to see your crush or just getting yourself energized to start your homework!
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4. “No Tears Left to Cry” by Ariana Grande
The pop star dazzles audiences again with her show-stopping vocals and chill-pop vibes. It’s perfect for a long car ride, singing in the shower, or just having your own dance party!
5. “Where Would I Be Without You” by Kendall Vertes
Over a year since its release, Kendall’s pop jam is perfect for a day with the girls. Even if you’re stuck inside doing homework, Kendall’s energetic vocals and vibrant lyrics will make you feel like you’re spending the day out by the pool.
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Feature Image Credit: Marshall Ordish Photography | Pictured: Ruby Jay