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MNEK, Luke Christopher, Loren Grey, Christine and the Queens and More on Heavy Rotation

MNEK, Luke Christopher, Loren Grey, Christine and the Queens and More on Heavy Rotation

The Weekly Music Playlist

We listen to a lot of music around the office and we do consider ourselves true pop music fans. These are the songs that Socialite Life currently has on heavy rotation and those we tend to hit the repeat button once they end.

Try and get these songs out of your head. This is our latest Weekly Music Playlist:

1. “Mala Mia” by Maluma featuring Anitta & Becky G. “It’s the remix. Pretty girls. Dirty boy,” Becky G sings in the remix, so you that hotness is being served.

2. “Stopped Believing In Santa” by MNEK. The singer-songwriter shows off his PIPES in this new “holiday classic.” “Christmas isn’t Christmas without you.”

3. “Fire On Fire” by Sam Smith. This song is simply gorgeous. The sweeping ballad is the theme from the new adaptation of Richard Adams’ Watership Down. Get ready to be moved.

4. “San Francisco” by Galantis and Sofia Carson. Bop to the pop! The pop-infused house track features a euphoric melody and some perfect vocals from Carson.

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5. “Used to Love” by Luke Christopher. Listen and replay. The lyrics on this one are on point!

6. “Queen” by Loren Grey. The 16-year-old singer sings about knowing yourself worth and demanding respect and definitely sells that message in this pop ditty.

7. “The Walker” by Christine and the Queens. This powerful song about exposing your wounds is made 10 times more powerful by this amazing video.

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