Winter Playlist, Part 2: February 2021

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Honestly, January felt a little too much like 2020 for me. And I don’t want to bring last year’s nonsense into this (relatively) fresh new year. So I skipped January playlist.

2021 still has a chance to get it right, and so I’m just gonna slide past January and celebrate February as best as I can. Starting with this month’s playlist.

Plus, with February being my birthday month and all, I just feel like this month is the perfect start to 2021. After all, I survived another trip around the Sun (in the midst of a whole pandemic!). And I say my new year starts this month.

You can join me in this belated celebration if you want to: All you need to do is enjoy the playlist below! 🙂

A few notes about the selected songs for February:

                Mood: Queens Only, Rising Out of the Ashes, Birthday Cakes and Disco Balls, Retro Runways, Better Days Better People, Strutting Towards That Vaccine, Forward Movement, High-Kicks and Splits, All Lit Up, I Said What I Said, She Doesn’t Suffer Fools, New Year New Everything

                Included Artists: Beyoncé, Ella Fitzgerald, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, Allie X, CHIKA, Big Freedia, Estelle, Chronixx, Vince Staples, Chloe x Halle, DaBaby, Icona Pop, Chaka Khan, Dawn Richard, Mario, Leikeli47, Lizzo, Fergie,, Jay-Z, Kaskade, Todrick Hall, Amerie, Donna Summer, Salt-N-Pepa, Ciara, T-Pain, Keyshia Cole, Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott, Kehlani, Jhené Aiko, Nina Simone, Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX

                Genres: R&B, Pop, Rap, Hip-hop, Bounce, Blues, Electropop, Neo Soul, Reggae, Dance/Electronic, Disco, Jazz

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

Here’s the playlist for February. Enjoy!

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