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Get in your festive feels: Best Holiday songs for your playlist

Is it just us or you can hear jingle bells in your ears too? Well,the holiday season is almost here and you must have had the most amazing shopping experience with Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, Prepare your binge-worthy holiday edition watching lists too. But is it even the official holiday season without a perfect playlist that you can listen to on repeat with your family?

We’re living in the era of streaming sites. There are multiple music streaming sites available including Spotify, Pandora, YouTube Music, LiveXLive, and many more. You can easily access and stream music from these sites from your phone, tablet, or computer.

We have decided to help you pick classic and dance-worthy numbers for your holiday playlist, you only need to make sure you’re connected to a stable internet connection that offers consistent high-speed plans to support your music streaming sites smoothly. If you don’t already have one, then we suggest you check out WOW internet plans that offer speeds up to 200 Mbps so you can stream endless music without any buffering.

Once you have sorted out a reliable connection to run your streaming sites smoothly, let’s get started with the must-haves on your playlist this holiday season:

  1. All I want for Christmas is you

How can we even think about making a Christmas playlist without putting this classic Christmas number by Queen Mariah Carey? It’s a timeless classic and your Christmas is incomplete if this song doesn’t get played at least once around the holiday season. If you’re not putting this on your playlist even this year, then you’re not doing it right.

  1. Last Christmas

You must be lying if you say that you didn’t get to hear this song at least once every Christmas of your life. Because we know you did. And we don’t want to you forget it already so we are putting this ear-pleasing number by Wham to our ultimate holiday playlist.

No matter how many artists continue to make covers of this song, the original one holds a special place in our hearts and always will.

  1. Afterglow

We cannot just make a playlist and not add a number by Ed Sheeran to bless it. This song is considered to be one of the acoustic bangers and we can’t disagree with that. With Ed Sheeran’s melodious voice over acoustic guitar, this song is a holiday treat to ears in itself and deserves to be on everyone’s playlist.

  1. The Christmas Song

Truly a classic not to miss on. This Christmas Song by Nat King Cole has been on our holiday playlist for all these years and we think it’s going to rule for many more. This song just enhances the Christmas joy with Nat’s smooth voice and heartwarming tones of a piano. No matter if you are young or old if you’re planning to skip on this classic number this year, then stop right there.

  1. I need you Christmas

This song by Jonas Brothers was released in 2020 and made it to our Holiday Playlist ever since. With beautiful vocals by Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas and Kevin being on the piano, this song has the soothing classic Christmas ballad. It reminds you of your favorite holiday activities and brings a lot of nostalgia with it.

While listening to this song with your family you can recall all the good holiday memories from the old days too and thank us later!

  1. Holiday

Another old classic? Yes, we can’t help but cherish this dance number by none other than Madonna. This song has a spunky dance beat and even though it was released in 1983, it can easily make it to any holiday dance party without making the listeners bored.

A must-have on your holiday playlist to set up party mood and release tension, Holiday by Madonna is an evergreen number.

  1. Baby, it’s cold outside

Throwing a Christmas dinner party without this song gets played in the background? You’ll miss out on some heavy smooth and melodious voices if you don’t play this duet by Ray Charles and Betty Carter on your Christmas. This song has been on the top charts under the R&B genre so consider this a classic not to miss out on even today.

  1. Mistletoe

Finally a Christmas song by Justin Bieber in our holiday playlist. This song came in around 2011 and won millions of hearts. Not having it in your playlist could be your loss. A young fresh voice of a teen in this song is Justin Biebers first attempt to slide into the seasonal Christmas genre and we must say he did justice to it.

  1. Christmas Lights

It’s not a completed playlist without this beautiful number from Coldplay. A must-have on your playlists this alternative rock song was released in December 2010 and gained many positive reviews from critics and audiences. The lyrics of this song metaphors the lights of Christmas festive and warm and a symbol of hope for those feeling left in cold during Christmas.

The whole concept behind the song is to guide others to stay happy and merrier during the Christmas season even though how harsh life situations have been. Think we could really use this song in our playlist after all these years.

Wrapping it up:

The whole vibe of Christmas is to share love and joy with people around you and what’s a better way of sharing love than listening to music together? We have given you an option for your holiday playlist, now the choice is yours which songs you want to add to make your Christmas more joyous and exciting.

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