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Summer Mixtape 2014

Jul 21, 2014

We may not use tapes anymore, but a killer mixtape can make all difference at your summer shindig, whether it's sunning yourself in the sand or boogieing down at a BBQ, you'll need the perfect playlist. Check out Kidzworld's Summer Mixtape 2014.

Check out our top song picks for your summer playlistCheck out our top song picks for your summer playlist

Summer - Calvin Harris

No one makes a summer blockbuster hit quite like UK DJ Calvin Harris, and this one even has "Summer" as the title.

Summer by Calvin Harris was literally made for summerSummer by Calvin Harris was literally made for summer

 

Latch - Disclosure feat. Sam Smith

Featuring the vocals of UK crooner Sam Smith, "Latch" was a surprise hit this last year, and deserves a place on nearly every playlist.

Latch - Disclosure feat. Sam SmithLatch - Disclosure feat. Sam Smith

 

Problem - Ariana Grande feat. Iggy Azalea

Ariana Grande is hot this year, and with it's retro '60's pop meets '90's R&B sound, "Problem" will get any backyard party started this season.

Iggy and Ariana get down sixties style in Iggy and Ariana get down sixties style in "Problem"

 

Fancy - Iggy Azalea

No doubt you'll be hearing more than your fair share of Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea this year, and our fave pick at the moment is "Fancy."

Iggy does her best Clueless in the vid for FancyIggy does her best Clueless in the vid for Fancy

 

Come Get it Bae - Pharrell feat. Miley Cyrus

Pharrell recently released a killer album, G I R L, featuring the hits  "Happy" (from Despicable Me 2) and "Marilyn Monroe," but it's the laid back "Come Get it Bae" has a true summertime vibe that'll get you shakin' it.

Parrell and Miley in the recording studio togetherParrell and Miley in the recording studio together

 

Really Don't Care - Demi Lovato

Nobody belts out a power ballad like diva Demi Lovato, and "Really Don't Care" is the best "breaking free" pop song to come out this summer, so kick up your heels and sing along!

Demi Lovato at the West Hollywood Pride ParadeDemi Lovato at the West Hollywood Pride Parade

 

Timber - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha

"Timber" is pure pop, and as soon as the sun sets you and your crew will be jumping up and down to this club jam.

Ke$ha and Pitbull at the AMAsKe$ha and Pitbull at the AMAs

 

Am I Wrong - Nico & Vinz

This song was released a full year ago, but it's still topping the billboard charts and deserves a spot on your picnic playlist.

Am I Wrong is the perfect summer songAm I Wrong is the perfect summer song

 

XO - Beyoncé

There was a lot to love about Queen Bey's secret album "Beyoncé", and this song is just one of them! The dreamy quality of her voice on this track will make you feel like you're in the middle of your first summer romance.

We love Queen Bey like XO!We love Queen Bey like XO!

 

West Coast - Lana Del Rey

Just like "Summertime Sadness", Lana Del Rey has a talent for crafting wistful, slow summer songs, "West Coast" is no exception!

 

Have Your Say

What's your fave song this summer? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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Love_dance12

Love_dance12 wrote:

YASSSSSSS! I LOVE IT!!!
commented: Mon Sep 29, 2014

Neha-Spears

Neha-Spears wrote:

Great pick!
commented: Sat Sep 27, 2014

XBOXBOX

XBOXBOX wrote:

cool songs : ) Am I Wrong is perfect yey pitbull
commented: Sat Sep 13, 2014

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