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This short, catchy, upbeat song by Blueface quickly became the song of the year. “Thotiana” was released on Jan. 29, 2019 and has been on repeat since. Multiple videos of people dancing to the song became a trend and the dance made for the song has become a new trend itself. From kids, to adults, and even the mascots for places like Chuck-e-Cheese, people made viral videos dancing to Blueface’s song. The Class of 2019 will definitely remember senior year just by hearing the words “Bustdown Thotiana.”

“Thank U, Next”

On Nov. 3, 2018, pop star Ariana Grande released her hit song “Thank U, Next” which immediately played repeatedly on multiple radio stations. People swooned over Grande’s song because it motivated them to get over their ex. Morse seniors even included this uplifting, motivating song in their first-place winning skit for Superpep.

“Boo’d Up”

From appearing on season 11 of the X-Factor U.K. as part of girl group “Arize,” to going solo and posting covers to songs on her instagram, Ella Mai went viral and became an R&B sensation off her hit song “Boo’d Up” in 2018.

“Boo’d Up” was released a year before it was popular, Feb. 24, 2017, and is currently the song that will bring seniors flashbacks to the beginning of the school year, specifically homecoming when everyone was dancing with their lover… or wishing they had someone to dance with. Either way, it is the typical love song that will bring the class of 2019 back to the start of senior year.

“In My Feelings”

Released during summer of 2018, “In My Feelings” was a kick off song into the 2018-2019 school year. Drake created an extremely catchy song which sparked a new dance that everyone was doing. The song instantly became a hit and attracted the younger crowd, specifically high school students. “In My Feelings” brings back good, happy vibes to the Class of 2019.

“Die Young”

Dedicated to XXXTentacion, Lil Snupe, and Speaker Knockerz, all famous artists who passed away, Roddy Ricch released single “Die Young” to speak on the issue of people dying at younger ages, specifically by homicide. This song is more of an eye-opening song than a depressing one which teens and young adults can especially relate to. This is why the Class of 2019, and a lot of high schoolers in San Diego hopped on this song so quickly.

“Envy Me”

Being released in Sept. 2018, but coming to rise around Nov. and Dec., “Envy Me” is a short, catchy song by newer artist 147Calboy. The song hit on the SoundCloud Top 50 which is where a lot of high school students get their music and even post their own. This song was big during the beginning of the school year, even having its own little dance people created that became popular through social media. “Envy Me” talks about Calboy’s come up in his success, “I got money they envy me,” and is a two minute song that quickly got the Class of 2019 hyped up.

“Big Bank”

The rich anthem “Big Bank” by YG was released right before the 2017-2018 school year. It was a fun and uplifting song that got people very hyped. Talking about having a lot of money, the song brought class of 2019 hope and prosperity into their next school year, senior year specifically. Listening to this song will bring memories to the beginning of the last chapter in high school for the Class of 2019.