Your Ultimate Spring Break Playlist

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Spring break is finally here, and it's about time you stopped procrastinating and put your playlist together already. Whether you're roadtripping to Colorado to ski or lying on a beach sipping margaritas in the sun, you're going to need some killer tunes to jam to throughout your week. We've put together your official spring break playlist, featuring all the artists you've been loving lately (and the ones who made middle school life worth living). Are you ready?

1. "Sugar" - Maroon 5

2. "Unwritten" - Natasha Bedingfield

3. "Radio" - Lana Del Rey

4. "All the Small Things" - Blink182

5. "Toxic" - Britney Spears

6. "7/11" - Beyoncé

7. "Domino" - Jessie J

8. "Wannabe" - Spice Girls

9. "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" - JET

10. "All of the Lights" - Kanye West ft. Rihanna

11. "Blank Space" - Taylor Swift

12. "Paper Planes" - M.I.A.

13. "One Last Time" - Ariana Grande

14. "Drop it Low" - Ester Dean

15. "Soak Up the Sun" - Sheryl Crow

16. "Maneater" - Nelly Furtado

17. "Dancing on My Own" - Robyn

18. "Pretty Girl Rock" - Keri Hilson

19. "Pursuit of Happiness" - Kid Cudi

20. "Helena Beat" - Foster the People

21. "My Boo" - Usher feat. Alicia Keys

22. "Whip It" - Devo

23. "Tipsy" - J-Kwon

24. "La La La" - LMFAO

25. "Super Rich Kids" - Frank Ocean

26. "Independent Women" - Destiny's Child

27. "Birthday" - Katy Perry

28. "Patron Tequila" - Paradiso Girls

29. "Island in the Sun" - Weezer

30. "Super Bass" - Nicki Minaj

31. "Me & U" - Cassie

32. "Ms. Jackson" - OutKast

33. "Candy Shop" - 50 Cent

34. "Earned It" - The Weeknd

35. "212" - Azealia Banks

36. "Rock Your Body" - Justin Timberlake

37. "Sunshine" - Rye Rye ft. M.I.A.

38. "All Star" - Smash Mouth

39. "#GETITRIGHT" - Miley Cyrus

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Lauren is a third year student at the University of Texas at Austin. At school, you can find her studying communications and marketing - but she firmly believes that the most important part of studying is a Beyoncé-themed dance break. She has a passion for human rights and always enjoys volunteer work or a good conversation about the feminist movement. She's also a pop culture junkie to a fault, which often results in her words spilling out faster than the dialogue of Gilmore Girls. When she's not writing, Lauren is usually watching Sex and the City re-runs or daydreaming in the home section of Anthropologie.