Top 10 Songs of the Week (December 10-17)  

From this week’s latest releases with a mix of our on repeat, spice up your listening with our December 10-17 music favorites.

  01 

Burn: Juice Wrld

Burn serves as Juice Wrld’s first track on his post-humous album, “Fighting Demons,” overviewing his struggle with substance abuse and perspective on reality.

 

02

Be Free: A Boogie Wit da Hoodie

Featured on his latest album release, “AVA,” Be Free was inspired A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s break-up with his long-standing girlfriend, Ella Bands.

 

03

Young N Dumb: Polo G

On his latest album release, Hall of Fame 2.0, “Young N Dumb” is an ode to Polo G’s pain and sadness surrounding the sudden deaths of his closest friends.

 

04

It Was A… (Masked Christmas): Jimmy Fallon ft. Ariana Grande, Megan Thee Stallion

What’s better than a little holiday cheer featuring some our favorite artists Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion, teaming up with comedian Jimmy Fallon.

 

05

Midnight River: Pink Sweat$ ft. 6LACK

In deeply melodic versed “Midnight River,” Pink Sweat$ features 6LACK in an attest to the emotional embodiment of love.

 

06

No Choice: Tame Impala

A taste of musical realism by Tame Impala in “No Choice,” overviewing the feeling of hopelessness when recording his first two studio albums.

 

07

Heat Lightning: Mitski

From Mitski’s album, “Laurel Hell,” Heat Lightning expresses the feeling of insomnia and emotions tied with it. 

 

08

Candy Drip: Lucky Daye

Candy Drip provides us a preview for what’s to come by Lucky Daye in 2022, a sneak peak at his album setting the stage for his creative uniqueness and flare.

 

09

Come for Me: Alicia Keys ft. Khalid, Lucky Daye

Three artists you can’t skip. Enough said. 

 

10

Open: Khalid ft. Majid Jordan

From his latest album, “Scenic Drive,” Khalid features Majid Jordan on one our top repeated songs of the week.

 

 

 

Love our list? Let us know by sharing, following our playlist, or leave us a comment below!

 

 

Contact Us

 

Interested in connecting? Don’t hesitate to reach out on social media or send us a message.

Sign up for our Newsletter

 

Subscribe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.