Winter Playlist, Part 1: December 2020

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I know. I know. I skipped November. But last month was hectic and I needed a break. I needed lots of breaks. This year has been a lot.

But I digress. Look, even though I needed a bit of time off (and still do), I couldn’t leave 2020 without a some sort of goodbye-to-the-year playlist.

So here it is. Most of it is about hope. Hope for next year. That things will be better and less drama-filled. This month is about cautious optimism and getting your fire back. Because we still have work to do. Keep going.

(And there are a few Christmas songs in there for funsies/variety/getting into the holiday spirit.)

I hope you survive this year and thrive in the next. 🙂

A few notes about the selected songs for December:

                Mood: Glitter and Confetti, Lights at the End of the Tunnel, Apropos of Everything, 2020 Won’t Go Quietly, Otherworldly Discotheque, Click-Clacking Heels and Confidence, Don’t Let This Year Grind You Down, Glimmers of Hope, Wear a Mask and Shake That Ass (At Home), You’re a Raggedy Bitch Miss Rona, Find Joy Where You Can, It’s a Series Wrap For 2020, Night Drives

                Included Artists: Beyoncé, Ella Fitzgerald, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, Allie X, Miley Cyrus, Megan Thee Stallion, Saweetie, Taylor Swift, Aretha Franklin, CHIKA, Wale, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, Little Mix, Vintage Trouble, Tamara Bubble, Big Freedia, Kesha, Jackie Wilson, Phillip Phillips, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Kansas, Jeezy, George Michael, Mariah Carey, Michael Bublé, Christina Aguilera, Sam Smith, Nelly Furtado, Juanes, Tori Kelly, Tina Turner

                Genres: R&B, Pop, Rap, Hip-hop, Electropop, Blues, Rock, Bounce, Easy Listening, Latin Pop

As always, I’ve made the playlist public, so go ahead and follow it, if you’d like.

Here’s the playlist for December. Enjoy!

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