Song of Summer 2016: Meghan Trainor’s ‘Me Too’ vs. The Chainsmokers and Daya’s ‘Don’t Let Me Down’
Summer is here, finally — and you already know what that means: it’s time yet again to hem and haw over which one track served up by our favorite pop star(s) will ultimately soundtrack our Mai Tai sipping poolside and define the year’s sunny season.
We're back with the second half of Round 2 in our Song of Summer 2016 competition — and it's safe to say that things are, eh heh, heating up.
During the first round, Meghan Trainor drove the M-Train straight past Twenty One Pilots with her bubbly, super confident banger "Me Too" with 53.1% of the vote. At the same time, Daya and The Chainsmokers proved themselves to be un letdown-able with "Don't Let Me Down" against the mighty five of Fifth Harmony, driving through to Round 2 with 58.2% of the vote.
Who moves on to the semi-finals — Meghan or Daya and The Chainsmokers?
Place your vote below. This round ends on Wednesday, June 6 at midnight.
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