I know it seems January has lasted for 500 days and everyone’s miserable, but it’s finally over! 🙌🏻 So with the month being at its end, I’m going to share what I’ve been jamming to throughout the first month of 2020.
January’s playlist includes lots of Green Day (I’ve been getting back into them lately), a new song by one of my country faves Kelsea Ballerini, some 80s hits and some new Selena Gomez, plus plenty more.
Take a look at the tracklist below and listen via the embedded Spotify playlist, you never know – you might find a new favourite song 😁
Tracklist: 1. People You Know – Selena Gomez 2. It’s A Sin – Pet Shop Boys 3. Señorita – Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello 4. Ritual – Tiësto, Jonas Blue, Rita Ora 5. Have It All – Jason Mraz 6. The Other Side of The Door – Taylor Swift 7. Mother’s Daughter – Miley Cyrus 8. Lose You To Love Me – Selena Gomez 9. Carpe Diem – Green Day 10. Liar – Camila Cabello 11. Hitchin’ a Ride, Live at the Milton Keynes National Bowl – Green Day 12. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson 13. Smooth Criminal – Michael Jackson 14. club – Kelsea Ballerini 15. Minority, Live at the Milton Keynes National Bowl – Green Day 16. Bra Off – RaeLynn 17. London Boy – Taylor Swift 18. This Feeling – Kelsea Ballerini, The Chainsmokers 19. Weather With You – Crowded House 20. Troublemaker – Green Day 21. Mayday – Cam 22. la – Kelsea Ballerini
Is there anything you’ve been listening to lately that you wish to share? If so, let me know what it is the comments or Tweet me.
Christmas is only a few days away now, meaning Christmas songs are being blasted everywhere. I mean everywhere. But I’m going to share what’s on my Christmas playlist this year, that I’m playing at every opportunity to get into the spirit!
If you saw last year’s post, then it pretty much the same – but with some new additions, so sorry if you’ve seen all these songs on my blog before.
Tracklist 1. Fairytale of New York – The Pogues, Kirsty MacColl 2. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday – Wizzard 3. Merry Xmas Everybody – Slade 4. Merry Christmas Everyone – Shakin’ Stevens 5. Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree 6. Holly Jolly Christmas – Burl Ives 7. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) – John Lennon, The Harlem Community Choir 8. Do They Know It’s Christmas? – Band Aid 9. Silent Night – Nat King Cole 10. Santa’s A Scotsman – Scottish Quest All Stars 11. Christmas Time (Don’t Let The Bells End) 12. The First Noel – Lady Antebellum 13. Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord – Boney M. 14. Last Christmas – Wham! 15. All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey 16. Christmas My A*se – Ricky Tomlinson 17. Wonderful Christmastime – Paul McCartney 18. Driving Home for Christmas – Chris Rea 19. Step Into Christmas – Elton John 20. Mistletoe – Justin Bieber 21. Santa’s Coming For Us – Sia 21. One More Sleep – Leona Lewis 22. It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas – Michael Bublé 23. I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas – Kacey Musgraves 24. It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year – Andy Williams 25. Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms 26. Sleigh Ride – The Ronettes 27. Santa Tell Me – Ariana Grande 28. Rudolph The Red-Nose Reindeer
Let me know what’s on you’ve been listening to by commenting below, or Tweet me.
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these monthly music round-up posts, but as you can probably imagine, not a lot has changed. I’ve listened to a couple of new songs, but all by the same people as usual.
So what has been blasting through my headphones and in my car throughout November? There’s some new Kelsea Ballerini (well, new to me), Camila Cabello makes an appearance with her duet featuring Shawn Mendes and the usual suspects such as The 1975, Taylor Swift and Raelynn.
Take a look at the tracklist and Spotify playlist embedded below, you might find a new favourite song!
1. South of The Border – Ed Sheeran, Camila Cabello, Cardi B 2. Any Dream Will Do – Jason Donovan 3. Liar – Camila Cabello 4. Song For Another Time – Old Dominion 5. Lose You To Love Me – Selena Gomez 6. Rowdy – RaeLynn 7. Mother’s Daughter – Miley Cyrus 8. Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince – Taylor Swift 9. High School – Kelsea Ballerini 10. My Where I Come From – Kane Brown 11. club – Kelsea Ballerini 12. Somebody Else – The 1975 13. The Man – Taylor Swift 14. This Feeling – The Chainsmokers, Kelsea Ballerini 15. Lost In The Middle – Catherine McGrath 16. homecoming queen? – Kelsea Ballerini 17. Thought It Was Gonna Be Me – Catherine McGrath 18. Today Was A Fairytale – Taylor Swift 19. Shine – Gabrielle 20. SuperStar – Taylor Swift 21. Señorita – Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello 22. Boulevard of Broken Dreams – Green Day 23. Heartache on The Big Screen – 5 Seconds of Summer 24. London Boy – Taylor Swift
What’s a song you haven’t had off repeat throughout November? Be sure to let me know in the comments or Tweet me.
‘Any Dream Will Do’ artwork courtesy of Polydor and The Really Useful Group, Old Dominion artwork courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment, Ed Sheeran artwork courtesy of Warner Music and An Asylum Records, Camila Cabello artwork courtesy of Simco Records.
I know I haven’t been blogging in a while, but I’ve been so busy throughout April, adjusting to having a full-time job again and creating my podcast. Nevertheless, I have had time to listen to lots of music.
Hello again you lovely lot, it has been a while. I’m sorry for not writing any blog posts for such a long time but I’ve been busy with many other things including my podcast. I have been listening to a lot of music while I was away though, see below to know what I have been jamming to throughout the great month of March.
How are we in the second month of 2019 already? Anyway I’ve been listening to quite a lot throughout January, including some new songs to me (that may already be known to you), from the likes of Carly Rae Jepsen and Nickelback, as well as some great acoustic covers of already great hits.
It’s nearly time for the Christmas playlist to be dusted off for another year with all the classics, but not quite. November has been a month of new music for me, rediscovering childhood bands and finding new songs by existing artists that I love.
I’m not going to beat about the bush – it’s less than 3 months to Christmas. There, I said it. Nevertheless, it’s that time again for my playlist of tunes that I’ve been jamming to over the month of September.