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Six Guilty Pleasure New Year's Songs

Six Guilty Pleasure New Year's Songs

Want to have the blast of your life this New Year? Exquisite dress, check. Party Mood, check. Friends and family, check. All you need is a playlist of good music to set the scene. Here, we will bring you the most pleasing mix of pop hits, along with some you-must-listen-to-this artists.

Check it out below:

Lean On - Major Lazer & DJ Snake Featuring M0 

DJ Snake and Major Lazer has whooped up this pretty dang single last month. A very upbeat song, it delivers a very uninterrupted flow to its listeners. Plus, the chorus is very catchy and will get you to sing along. It is the grooviest section of the whole song!

Turn Down For What- DJ Snake, Lil Jon

First things first. The song is an undeniable force because it not only inspires weird, wilding dance floor moves, but also defines the moment. While trap music has generated plenty of hits and its production typically feels classic, it’s never had an anthem like this.

United We Are- Hardwell

Dutch Producer, Hardwell has given the world tons of music to dance to. But, United We Are is dark and mysterious, unconcerned with such soul hunting, as it crackles and lives in the second, just as "big room" music should. 

I am an Albatraoz- AronChupa

This techno hit is by AronChupa, which is stage name of Swedish DJ and record producer. The song has gone viral on American music stations, and it has over a million hits on the web. The music is dance music, techno, hip hop.The only thing that stands out is the lyrics with a lot of curse words mixed in the middle.

How Deep Is Your Love- Calvin Harris & Disciples

After teaming with R3hab to give latest single, "How Deep is Your Love," a big room rework and hitting Chris Lake for a broader club take, Harris returned to French hitmaker DJ Snake for his trademark broken beats and burning electro synths.Don’t you worry child- Swedish House Mafia

Hello- Martin Solveig

After a decade filling away on the French dance music scene, Parisian-origin DJ, Martin Solveig's fifth studio album, Smash, presented him with the commercial breakthrough he deserved, drawing the attention of Madonna, who invited him to help produce her new album.