Pop That: Spring Break ’15 Playlist

Djali Brown-Cepeda might be the coolest 18 year old we know. She currently runs Family Swank on Mass Appeal, is a certified yogi and happens to be the cutest DJ ever! There is something so sweet and genuine about her–she doesn’t try to be anything, she just is. That’s why we thought Djali would make the perfect Spring Break playlist for our Galore Girls to party to, and we were right. There is so much fun waiting for you below!

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Written By Djali Brown-Cepeda

After sifting through over 500 hours of music, I give you (*drum roll*) my Spring Break 2015 Playlist. No matter how you’re spending it—whether you’re going home where grandma is already making you freshly baked cookies because you were always her favorite, or are catching a flight to a sunny Caribbean Island where you’ll get completely wasted, hook up with a local hottie (power to the pussy!) and make (somewhat) questionable decisions—listen to these songs and shake it like a polaroid picture.

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To all the unforgettable memories and embarrassing tagged photos that await us, Spring Break ’15, we salute you.

1. Grimes – REALiTi, 2015

Because we dance the same and have lisps, she’s my soul sister, and this video is happiness incarnate.

2. This Charming Man – The Smiths, 1983

When a charming man saves you after your bike’s wheel pop on a remote hillside.

3. Tu Sentando (DJ Tezinho) – MC Léo MG, 2015

Funk carioca is the way to go. All the time. Any time. Even at 8am.

4. Simon Says – Pharoahe Monch, 1999

If you catch yourself at a party posted up on a wall, get the f*** up!

5. 7/11 – Beyoncé, 2014

Perfect for those impromptu twerking sessions in the bathroom with your girls as you get ready to hit the party.

6. Da Rockwilder – Method Man and Redman, 1999

Perfect for when you find yourself sippin’ on a forty and smokin’ on a blunt.

7. IDFWU – Big Sean, 2014

To all those friends from high school that you’ll run into at awkward parties that’ll try to be cool with you even though they were bitches all throughout those annoying four years.

8. Let’s Dance – David Bowie, 1983

David Bowie is my spirit animal, and he should be yours too.

9. Explode – Big Freedia, 2014

When something annoys you this break, instead of taking out your anger passive aggressively on Twitter, just bounce it to the Queen Diva.

10. Canned Heat – Jamiroquai, 1999

You know this boogie is for real.

11. G.O.M.D. – J. Cole, 2015

Sometimes you’ve just got to take it there.

12. Rio – Duran Duran, 1982

If you end up down there dancing on the sand, you’re living the life.

13. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, 2014

Great song to practice those smooth dance moves you’ve been secretly trying while your roommate’s out.

14. Get Your Freak On – Missy Elliot, 2002

Yay for anti-slut shaming!

15. Wallace – Azealia Banks, 2015

#TeamAzealiaBanks all the way. Love my New York sista, craziness and all.

16. Change Clothes – Jay-Z feat. Pharrell, 2003

When in doubt, a bra with that blouse isn’t necessary.

17. i – Kendrick Lamar, 2014

Nothing wrong with professing self love <3

18. In Da Club – 50 Cent, 2003

It doesn’t even matter if it’s your birthday or not—turn up either way.

19. How Bout Now- Drake, 2014

To everyone who tries to be down with you now because they see how successful you are, and you’re just like, #swerve.

20. It Wasn’t Me – Shaggy, 2000

…And when the fun’s all over and you have some explaining to do.

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