PLAYLIST: 9 Walk-Up songs for the 2018 season

The Signal staff complied together 9 walk-up songs to get you hyped up for the Houston Astros as the All-Star Game approaches. Check out the list below!

"The Champion" - Carrie Underwood ft. Ludacris

Brandon Peña
"This is such a power anthem that makes you feel 'invincible, unbreakable, unstoppable, unshakeable!' Plus, it's very fitting since the Houston Astros are the reigning World Series Champions!"
Brandon Peña, Editor-in-Chief

"Social SZN" - Social Club Misfits

Justin Murphy
"That pitcher knows that I'm about to level up and go yard on him!"
Justin Murphy, Managing Editor

"Can't Hold Us" - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton

Katherine Rodriguez
"This song hypes me up no matter what my mood is. Whether I’m waking up, in the car, or in the shower. The rhythm is unbeatable!"
Katherine Rodriguez, Audience Engagement Editor

"Starboy" - The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk

Troylon Griffin II
"Aside from the song's jamming beat and its braggioso lyrics, the song is just the perfect thing to play as you walk into a room and let people know that a star (boy) has arrived."
Troylon Griffin II, Assistant Editor

"Seize The Day" - Newsies

Emily Wolfe
"It's a song about being behind in life and deciding that you want to be on top. Also, carpe diem and all that."
Emily Wolfe, Audience Engagement Coordinator

"Jump Around" - House of Pain

Alyssa Shotwell
"This song is one of 'THE' hype songs that makes you want to move - but it isn't to dance it is to JUMP AROUND."
Alyssa Shotwell, Online Editor

"Troublemaker" - Weezer

Miles Shellshear
"The song comes from a narrator oozing with confidence and defiance, which would get me hyped up and ready to bat. 'I'm a troublemaker, never been a faker, doing things my own way and never giving up.'"
Miles Shellshear, Reporter

"Bartier Cardi" - Cardi B ft. 21 Savage

Izuh Ikpeama
"It's a song that will get you HYPE immediately. If that's not the epitome of a walk-up song, I don't want one."
Izuh Ikpeama, Reporter

"All Star" - Smash Mouth

Trey Blakely
"Admit it, now you've got All-Star by Smash Mouth stuck in your head. Total psych-out."
Trey Blakely, Reporter