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Winter Storm Juno may be pounding the Northeast part of the country in what's expected to become a historic blizzard overnight, but that doesn't mean there's any reason to stop the music!

So bundle up, buckle down and check out 8 songs you NEED TO HEAR to get through one of the biggest storms of the century. Let's call them Blizzard Jams, shall we? (Not on the East Coast? Enjoy these songs in the warmth of your neighborhood, you lucky duck.)

And be sure to continue the music by checking out each artist's Custom Station on iHeartRadio!

8. "Break The Ice" Britney Spears

This underrated jam from Britney's 2007 album, Blackout, is just the thing you need to kick off your snowy dance party. 

7. "Coldest Winter" Kanye West

Kanye samples Tears For Fears' "Memories Fade" on this track from 808s and Heartbreak. The song is said to be about missing his late mother, Donda.

6. "Hazy Shade Of Winter" The Bangles (originally by Simon & Garfunkel)

The Bangles remade Simon & Garfunkel's 1966 song "Hazy Shade Of Winter" for the 1987 movie Less Than Zero, and their version reached #2 on the Billboard  Hot 100!

5. "Frozen" Madonna

A very gothic-looking, black-haired Madonna sings to the camera about a cold human heart in her music video for "Frozen," from 1998's Ray Of Light. It's the perfect song for a long, cold night.

4. "Baby It's Cold Outside" Michael Buble & Idina Menzel (or any rendition, really). Dean Martin, anyone?

Not just a holiday song, this flirty duet highlights a snowstorm's silver lining: hunkering down and cuddling up with someone!

3. "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?" from Frozen

Disney's Frozen is arguably the most popular animated film in recent history, due in part to the movie's soundtrack, which topped the charts for much of 2014. This song provides the perfect question to ask during winter storm Juno: "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?"

2. "Cold As Ice" Foreigner

Foreigner's 1977 self-titled debut album included the song "Cold As Ice," which went on to become one of the band's best-known songs in the U.S.

 1. "Ice Ice Baby" Vanilla Ice

Stop! Collaborate, and listen. Ice is back - in the form of a blizzard! There is no better song to blast during snowpocalyptic conditions. (Too cold, too cold).

Other artists you should probably check out during a winter storm? Coldplay. Snow Patrol. Ice Cube. Arctic Monkeys. We'll be here all night. My Morning Jacket? Too much of a stretch? No, seriously. We'll be here allllllllll night.