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5 Songs For Spring

5 Songs For SpringIt’s that time of year! After an unbearably cold, harsh, and not to mention snowy winter (I’m looking at you, Boston), Jordan JAE brings us her top 5 songs to kick off spring! Check them out below.

Crocodile Rock by Elton John:

This song always reminds me of when I was little. I would play it when the weather started to get warmer and would jump on my bed and run outside with the melody of this song in my head. This song talks about dancing and how your “feet just can’t keep still” just like I feel when spring comes around and you can’t wait to get outside again!

Rebel Beat by The Goo Goo Dolls:

This song is very empowering and up beat. As the lyrics say it makes you want to “dance ‘til the morning.” It makes me think of sunny days and is a perfect song to play while running in the park on a great spring day.

Happy by Pharrell Williams:

Any song that is called “Happy” reminds me that spring is just around the corner and the snow and cold are almost gone; which makes me happy! This song makes me feel on top of the world and ready to burst out of my home revved up with spring fever. As Pharrell Williams says, “Can’t nothing bring me down!”

Our Song by Taylor Swift:

This song makes me think of the last few months of school when its warm and the flowers are just beginning to bloom. The beat makes me want to be able to, as Taylor Swift says, “ride shotgun with my hair undone” and watch the world around me come back to life.

Made in the USA by Demi Lovato:

Whenever I hear this song my friends and I sing at the top of our lungs! I can’t really picture hearing this song inside a room where it’s dark or snowing outside. With it’s upbeat tempo and summer romance story; it is my perfect song to listen to in the warm spring weather when I’m starting to get really psyched about shorts, tanktops, and summer.


Jordan JAE is a NYC based pop artist, who recently unveiled her debut single, “Said No One Ever.” This musical wunderkind began singing at the tender age of 7 and wrote her first original song by 9. Around the age of 13 Jordan JAE was invited to record at SlumboLabs studio in Brooklyn by owner Jake Ottmann. There she began to develop as a singer/ songwriter, working alongside some amazing artists and producers. She’s quickly grown a strong online following with her YouTube cover renditions of Imagine Dragons “It’s Time”, Ingrid Michaelson “Breakable”, The Beatles “I Want To Hold Your Hand” and more. Watch her vocal/piano cover of A Great Big World’s “Say Something.” Purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.

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Angela Mastrogiacomo

Founder of Infectious Magazine & Muddy Paw Public Relations. Lover of passion, ice cream, and books.

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