The first month of 2018 is done and gone. Though there are some songs that we have over heard, like Tip toe by Jason Derulo or Mans not Hot, there is a group of 10 songs that DJ s need to start playing in clubs and on radio.

Here is the countdown below;

  1. Eminem Featuring Ed Sheeran – River

Eminem has not lost his gift for virtuosically goofy wordplay, and if you can ignore the inert quality of “River” itself, you’ll find that it houses its share of memorable lines: “she’s been on the web lately / says maybe she’ll be my Gwen Stacy / to spite her man,”  “I revert to the studio / like hole-in-the-wall diners / don’t have to be reserved in the booth,” “just shit on my last chick / and she has what my ex lacks.” With bars like these, you’re never sure whether to cheer Em along or give yourself a baffled smack on the forehead.

2. Quality Control, Quavo, Nicki Minaj – She For Keeps

Quavo and Nicki Minaj have finally shared the visuals for their collaborative track, “She For Keeps.” In the Apple Music exclusive, the two stars share a romantic burger and fries in a colorful ’50s style diner while getting up close and intimate. I love the colorful video and Nicki’s awesome lines.

3. Diplo – Get It Right (Feat. Mø)

The video is actually quite adorable. You can tell the “Lean On” and “Cold Water” collaborators are truly good friends. Their faces beam as they swing each other around and tap their toes in time to the song’s catchy hook. We’d be lying if we said we aren’t already trying to memorize these movements from start to finish.

4. Jax Jones – Breathe (Official Video) ft. Ina Wroldsen

Directed by James Slater (Major Lazer, Jamie T, Pixx), the video was shot in various deserted late night London locations including a desolate shopping mall and an after hours Natural History Museum, a stunning backdrop for dancers Shaadow Sefiroth and Shala Sarah Haruko Iwaskow to run wild.

5. Dura – Daddy Yankee

Yankee’s “Dura” is an uptempo track in which the superstar takes you back to the old reggaeton. Its music video — shot in Los Angeles by director Carlos Perez — is a colorful clip with a unique dance, and Yankee just enjoys the moment.

6.Cheat Codes – Feels Great ft. Fetty Wap & CVBZ


The song begins with Fetty’s now-famous “Yeah” before he dives into the verse: “Growing up in the golden age/ Throwing rocks at your window pane/Kiss me once and I’ll float away/ But that ain’t me anymore/ I don’t mind if I sell my soul/ To get a song on the radio.”

7. Pitbull – Better On Me (Official Video) ft. Ty Dolla $ign

Quotable Lyrics:
Don’t need no proof or no validation
You leave no wound
On you second to none
You said you over me
But you looking lonely
So as far as my eyes can see
You look better on me

8. Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez – Miss You


After teasing this collaboration last week, Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer and Tory Lanez have all come through with a new single called “Miss You.” Featuring reverb-heavy vocals and a low-key, island-style instrumental riding underneath, this is the kind of track that has pop/Top 40 crossover. 

9. Maroon 5 – Wait

Wow, just wow!!

10. Justin Bieber – Can We Be Friends

With his latest single “Friends,” the pop star shares a club-ready collaboration with BloodPop, yearning for a friendship (or maybe still more) after a romantic relationship comes to an end. Like many other of his hits, the new song, written with Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter, explores the trials and tribulations of love.

Here, the artist wonders if he and his former lover can stay in each other’s lives even though she’s moved on and their romance is no more. There’s no ulterior motives here, he just wants her friendship. They’re lyrics anyone who’s fallen out of a relationship or missing that special someone can relate to.

Any songs you wish to hear on the radio? Tell us below.