We all have our guilty pleasures, but for some reason people seem to be most ashamed of their secret bad taste in music! Well I have news for you: everyone loves the same crap you do! You hip friends may try to fight it and roll their eyes, but if they aren't dancing around to these jams it is their fault, not yours.
So hide these songs between the Kanye and the Grimes on your Spring Break pump up playlist and get the party started.
Because let's face it, life is too short to pretend you hate Taylor Swift.
Miley Cyrus - Party in the USA
This is one of those songs that came out in high school when it was not cool to like Hannah Montana anymore. What a waste of time that was. I could have had so many dance parties to this but I was too lame. Don't ever miss an opportunity to dance to Miley.
PSY - Gangnam Style
If you guys don't know the dance yet make it your goal this vacation to learn it, better late than never!
Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe
Don't fight it. Don't. Just hit play.
Good Charlotte - The Anthem
I really struggled with which Good Charlotte song to add to this list, but I'm going to go with the most obvious. If you really aren't feeling this one, Girls and Boys is the next best choice!
One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
Disregard the bad hair and boy band cliches in this video, the chorus and hair flipping it inspires is pure musical gold.
Taylor Swift - Shake It Off
I avoided this song for so long. For nearly 5 months! And here I am, walking to work, doing the dishes, sitting at my desk...listening to this song on repeat.
Baha Men - Who Let The Dogs Out
Does anyone actually know the words to this song other than 'Who Let The Dogs Out?!'
Vanessa Carlton - A Thousand Miles
Not all jams have to be bass heavy. All Vanessa has is a piano and a pick up truck and she still brings the house down.
I also expect you all to sing the piano parts as well!
Frozen - Let It Go
If your group of friends won't belt this with you, then you need a new group of friends. I don't care if you're in the Miami sunshine or the Canadian tundra - this song needs to be on your playlist at least twice, probably three times.