These are the top 20 pop songs according to Billboard’s hit chart, which will surely lock up your daughters. The term refers to the effect that pop songs can have on young teenage girls when they go crazy for pop stars.

1. Send My Love (To Your New Lover) by Adele

Adele’s new single highlights the “Adele vibe”, which was joined by funky guitar and bass music. Her distinct voice is one of the few things that music fans love about her. The song’s chorus, for me, is the most attention-grabbing part of her new track.

2. Cold Water by Major Lazer, featuring Justin Bieber and MO

“Cold Water” has become a big hit since its release. The music is a collaboration of Diplo’s Major Lazer crew, Justin Bieber and Swedish pop phenomenon MO.

3. Cheap Thrills by Sia, featuring Sean Paul

Sia’s “Cheap Thrills” shows that she’s a force to be reckoned with in the pop music scene. The song has an authentic celebratory vibe that will make you momentarily escape your daily grind.

4. Ride by twenty one pilots

The song’s instrumentals are perfect for the summer air. “Ride” has so much flavour and colour, which was intensified by the reggae riffs and pumping bass.

5. Closer by The Chainsmokers, featuring Halsey

“Closer” is a wistful collaboration of The Chainsmokers and Halsey. The song relates the first sparks of a couple and their rekindled romance.

6. Treat You Better by Shawn Mendes

If you’re a fan of Shawn Mendes, you would appreciate his single “Treat You Better.” The song does not deviate, in a sound perspective, from his previous hit single “Stitches.” Nevertheless, this track proves that Mendes is the one to watch out this year.

7. Into You by Ariana Grande

Ariana’s killer notes and steamy melody make “Into You” an eargasmic experience. The track will transport you to a club that is pulsating with synths and dance beats.

8. This Is What You Came For by Calvin Harris, featuring Rihanna

This track by Calvin Harris demonstrates Harris’ production brilliance plus Rihanna’s powerhouse vocals. “This is What You Came for” has pop melody and soundboard wizardry. Although some think that their previous collab on “We Found Love” is much better than this track.

9. Too Good by Drake, featuring Rihanna

Drake and Rihanna’s collaboration on this song is solid. The Popcaan outro is the highlight of “Too Good.”

10. Gold by Kiiara

Kiiara’s hit single is the song this summer. In fact, The Guardian reported that “Gold” displays Kiiara’s chopped singing and bouncy electro music.

11. We Don’t Talk Anymore by Charlie Puth, featuring Selena Gomez

The song is a total smash that it ranked 78th on Billboard’s Hot 100 devoid of promotion. “We Don’t Talk Anymore” is a breezy collaboration that was produced using Puth’s laptop and iPhone.

12. One Dance by Drake, featuring WizKid and Kyla

“One Dance” commences with a rather remarkable instrumental that was intensified by Kyla’s otherworldly performance.

13. Don’t Let Me Down by The Chainsmokers, featuring Daya

“Don’t Let Me Down” showcases the lingering vocals of Daya. The song’s musical elements build up the tempo and accentuate Daya’s smooth vocals.

14. Never Be Like You by Flume, featuring Kai

“Never Be Like You” splendidly mixed Kai’s fantastic vocals and Flume’s bass and trap effects. There’s a certain hook to this song that will leave fans wanting for more.

15. Sit Still, Look Pretty by Daya

Daya got her inspiration from Taylor Swift. Most of her songs highlight women empowerment. On her new single, Daya showcases her impeccable singing talent coupled with bouncy and off-track music.

16. Heathens by twenty one pilots

Heathens’ is different from other tracks of twenty one pilots. It got this haunting vibe that makes it a good movie soundtrack.

17. Can’t Stop The Feeling by Justin Timberlake

Justin’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling” falls under the okay songs. Nevertheless, the beat is catchy and somehow indulging.

18. This Girl by Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners

“This Girl” will make you feel like packing your bag and jumping to your car for a long drive, but in a good kind of way.

19. Needed Me by Rihanna

America’s pop princesses released “Needed Me”, which is filled with obscure synths and echoing bass. The song is a track from her latest album, Anti.

20. Let Me Love You by DJ Snake, featuring Justin Bieber

“Let Me Love You” is a terrific collab of Justin Bieber and DJ Snake. The track is surrounded with electronic productions and beguiling choruses.