For all you Blue Moon guests who came to Miami Beach without a set list of tunes for tanning, no worries, we’ve got you. Here are five songs to consider for your 2015 Miami Beach Summer Playlist.

“Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap

An ideal playlist will have an equal balance of big hits and unique, off-the-beaten path tracks. When choosing your top 40 highlights, “Trap Queen” may be the most smooth-gangster option out there.

“The Sign” by Ace of Base

Jumping from a song that’s on every 2015 summer playlist, here’s one that had its heydey back in the mid-90s. “The Sign” is a bubblegum anthem that’s chorus strikes up a bit of nostalgia in millennials and young adults everywhere.

“Sunday Candy” by Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment

A new sound that’s a sidestep from top 40 charts and pop radio stations, “Sunday Candy” is a hit from Surf an album from Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment featuring Chance the Rapper. Hip hop with a hint of 1950s-soda-pop-bop, the track jams, soothes, and elevates with soulful harmonies and hard-cutting verses throughout.

“Dear Future Husband” by Meghan Trainor

Last summer she owned the charts with “All About that Bass,” and after a monstrous year, Meghan Trainor is blowing up all over again with “Dear Future Husband.” A fun, bouncy bassline matched with her smooth-catchy vocals maintain her cutesy appeal with this fresh new piece.

“Miami” by Will Smith

Before he was a serious actor, Will Smith’s voice rang through club speakers and car stereos around the world with hit album Big Willie Style. The song “Miami,” in case you didn’t already know, has since become an anthem for the fun, beautiful life here in South Florida, and it’s a simple must for any Miami Beach playlist.

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