In the battle of the "American" songs, which one is your fave: Rihanna's "American Oxygen" or 5 Seconds of Summer's "Mrs. All American"?

Rihanna performed her latest release at March Madness over the weekend, later releasing the song on TIDAL. After a string of upbeat party anthems like "FourFiveSeconds" and "Bitch Better Have My Money," we were happy to see Ri-Ri slow it down a little with "American Oxygen," a soulful ballad that really shows of the singer's sheer vocal talent. Plus, the Barbadian artist paid tribute to America by donning red, white and blue during her March Madness performance -- the way only Rihanna can. You can listen to Rihanna's "American Oxygen" over on TIDAL.

5 Seconds of Summer, lovable Aussie lads that they are, won our hearts with their track "Mrs. All American" from their self-titled debut album. The insanely addictive song is basically a microcosm of all the things we love best about 5SOS: Their infectious hooks (chorus that gets stuck in your head, check) pop-punk vibes (jam out on those guitars, boys) and lyrics that kind of make you want to be their Mrs. All American. (Yeah, we said it!) You can listen to 5 Seconds of Summer's "Mrs. All American" over on YouTube.

Whose "American" song do you like better? Cast your vote for Rihanna's "American Oxygen" or 5 Seconds of Summer's "Mrs. All American" in the poll below!

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