The 5 Hottest Pop Songs of 2019

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That is why we’ve decided to fill you in on the hottest hits this year in this post. Find out which songs have stolen the hearts and ears of everyone around the globe here.

Sucker: Jonas Brothers

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After a long time away from the scene, the Jonas Brothers are back with a bang! Sucker has been on the charts for 12 weeks now and has climbed its way to the top of the pops almost instantly.

Dancing with a Stranger: Sam Smith & Normani

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This collab of Sam Smith & Normani is also a favorite among listeners worldwide. It’s been on the charts for more than 17 weeks already and is currently at the number 2 spot.

Sweet but Psycho: Ava Max

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Ava Max is showing us that she’s not planning on going anywhere anytime soon. Sweet but Psycho has been on the charts for more than 24 weeks, and we think she’ll be hanging around a while longer.

Wow.: Post Malone

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Dropping down one spot, we have Post Malone’s Wow. The song has been on the charts for 19 weeks, but we believe it will remain either climbing or slightly falling for the next couple of weeks.

Break up with your Girlfriend, I’m bored: Ariana Grande

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And finally, in the fifth spot we’ve got Break up with your Girlfriend from Ariana Grande. She’s been on the charts for 14 weeks now and dropped two spots. It remains a great tune either way. And that’s a wrap! You’ll never be left out on the latest music news and charts when you subscribe to No Pain in Pop.

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