Well, folks. It’s here. The last monthly playlist of the year (and DECADE?!?!?!).
I’m going to let that one sit in for a sec.
Okay, now that you’ve fully come to terms with the fact that we are about to enter another decade (WHAAAAAAA?!), it’s time to see what’s on the December playlist. It’s a shorter one this month because if you’re like me, you most likely have NSYNC’s “Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays” + John Legend’s “What Christmas Means to Me” on repeat already and don’t have that much time for normal jams. Also, you’re probably busy watching every A Christmas Prince or Vanessa Hudgens Christmas installment on Netflix, so obviously can’t simultaneously listen to music and pay attention. It’s also hard to hear regular music over the sound of you munching on Christmas cookies. I’m just making it easier on you guys, really.
Here’s what you’d hear on December’s playlist:
- Kissing Other People – Lennon Stella (Reminder that this is the girl from Nashville tv show with Hayden P.)
- All This Time – Deorro
- Luna – Bombay Bicycle Club
- Up All Night – Khalid (He can do no wrong)
- Watermelon Sugar – Harry Styles
- Live Before I Die – Naughty Boy & Mike Posner
- Mean It – Lauv & LANY
- Gonna Get Funky – GRiZ
- Feels Like – Midsplit, Proto & Chin Chilla
- Say Hi – Codeko & Austin Mahone
- Used to Love – Martin Garrix & Dean Lewis
- Now I’m In It – HAIM
- Say It Again – AJ Mitchell
- Crash Into Me – Steve Aoki & Darren Criss (Had this one on repeat for a bit yesterday. Before reverting back to holiday music – I’m not a monster.)
- One Foot – Walk The Moon
- Fades Away (feat. MishCatt) [Tribute Concert Version] – Avicii
- Put A Little Love On Me – Niall Horan (Once again, the OneD guys released new music on the same day. Do their agents talk? Is this planned? Would love to know.)
- Family (with Kygo) – The Chainsmokers & Kygo
- Adore You – Harry Styles
Alright, that’s it. Just over an hour of music for ya. As always, head over to Spotify or Apple Music, search “baconama.” Spotify’s playlists are titled “Against the Grain_December 2019” and Apple Music’s are just “December 2019.” Hope you enjoy and happy holidays, everyone!