StudentShare Top-10 Hot Summer Tracks

After conducting an independent research, we have collected all recent (and a couple of older) videos to blast you up during this summer heat. It does not matter if you prefer calm, relaxing tunes, ballads, shaking up or partying hard at the rock gigs - you will find at least half of this chart quite attractive. As usually, you can post your comments or add own tracks on our FaceBook official page or directly at our Wordpress Blog. We wiah you the best rockin's summer ever. BECAUSE YOU DESERBE IT!

See You Again by Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth

Genre: Rap

Country: U.S.

Looks like the spirit of 50 Cent is living in this guy!

Chasing the Sun by Hilary Duff

Genre: Pop

Country: U.S.

Post-Disney star has just released her new album to cheer you up.

Bad Blood by Taylor Swift Featuring Kendrick Lamar

Genre: Pop, Dance

Country: U.S.

Taylor is simply irresistible. Discover her new hair color!

Hot by Reckless Love

Genre: Merry glam metal

Country: Finland

These hot Finnish guys will make you sweat.

Messed Up World (F'd Up World) by The Pretty Reckless

Genre: Alternative

Country: U.S.

Being a benchmark of gothic beauty, this unpredictable female singer will crush your stereotypes in this summer story.

Hey Mama by David Guetta Featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack

Genre: hip hop, pop

Country: France, U.S.

Wish to dance a bit? Find out how Guetta and Minaj can shake your boots!

Sugar by Maroon 5

Genre: Pop rock, funk

Country: U.S.

They are no more singing for Jane... Now, this song is FOR U to make you feel special!

Where Are U Now by Skrillex & Diplo Featuring Justin Bieber

Genre: Dubstep, electro-pop

Country: U.S.

Justin Bieber and Skrillex together - what can be better?

 

Fly for Special Olympics by Avril Lavigne

Genre: Pop

Country: U.S.

This never-growing-up lady drives me mad by her outstanding beauty, perfect make-up, and breathy voice.

Ghost Town by Adam Lambert

Genre: Pop, dance

Country: U.S.

Are you looking forward to see him with "Queen" again?