Top 5ive: Songs of the Summer


With summer almost over, it’s time list the top songs of summer 2015.  Here’s The Pop Project:with Steven Kaufman’s Top 5ive Songs of Summer 2015

5. Carly Rae Jepsen “I Really Like You”

The song is catchier than most of the song this summer. It’s one of the best songs for your summer crush. Click here for my review of it.


4. Walk the Moon “Shut Up and Dance”

The song has played and featured everywhere this summer. It’s rather catchy and good, especially from a band that didn’t get any traction until this song was released. They were pretty much the Carly Rae Jepsen of bands and “Shut Up and Dance ” is their “Call Me Maybe.”


3. Selena Gomez “Good For You”

One of the most sultry songs of the summer for when you are looking to “go all the way” and by “go all the way” I mean start dating. Yep, it’s a songs about wanting to be good for the first date.Click here for my review of it.


2. Demi Lovato “Cool For the Summer”

The song for curious summer flirtations with the same gender, or any gender for that matter. But don’t tell your mother because this song is one of the coolest songs for the summer. Click here for my review of it.


1. 5 Seconds of Summer “She’s Kinda Hot”

The summer shout out to be the being okay with yourself and not caring what others think of you. It’s rather the most surprising hit of the summer. It’s catchy and it’s kinda hot though. Click her for our review of it.


Honorable Mention: Sage the Gemini feat. Nick Jonas “Good Thing”

There’s the review for it…it explains why it’s an honorable mention

Sage the Gemini and Nick Jonas know Good Thing



Nick Jonas has returned and he is here to tell us about things that are good with his “friend” Sage the Gemini. The two recently released a collab that has the people throwing their underwear at them because Nick Jonas makes legs part like the red sea….yeah, I went there.

While the song list Sage the Gemini, who sounds like he’s a superhero, as the main artist on the song, it’s really Nick that is carrying the entire song. His verses are pretty much awesome. Sage’s parts are rather dumb. They don’t really do anything to the song. They are like Kevin Jonas in The Jonas Brothers, just kinda there. I’m honestly waiting for a Nick Jonas solo version or even a mashup with Ariana Grande’s “Love Me Harder” because that would off the chain.

Overall, the song is a very good song but it’s only the Nick Jonas parts that makes the song great. Sage’s parts weren’t that great.

Here’s the music video to watch (note: Nick Jonas is trying to seduce you in it so beware):