Playlist | December 2017

Earlier this month, I posted my all time favorite Christmas playlist for you guys to bop to. But for those of you not really into Christmas music as much as I am, fear not! This month’s [real] playlist is for you!

Sure, there is a slight mix of some Christmas songs that slipped into this playlist, but come on. It is December! Also, can we all take a moment to appreciate the Halsey/G-Eazy duet because I have not stopped listening to it once since it came out, so naturally, it is the first song on this list! And thanks to my recent [today] purchase of tickets to the Macklemore/Kesha tour, they snuck their way onto this list too.

What are some songs you can’t get enough of this month?! xoxo.

Playlist | November 2017

Is there Christmas music on this playlist?

SPOILER ALERT! Yes.

I feel like as the months go on, the spectrum of songs that I become obsessed with or can’t get enough of gets wider and wider. We have everything from the Foo Fighters [all thanks to getting tickets to their concert!!], to Mariah Carey, to The Beatles.

What are some songs you can’t get enough of this month? xoxo.

June playlist.

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Ok, ok. I will admit right at the beginning of this post that this is a very strange mix of old and new. However, the songs on this playlist are what is included on my daily jam sesh every time I get into the car.

Of course, there are more songs that could probably be added to this list *ahem the entire Harry Styles album* but, I decided to be modest at best and give you a little taste into my ideal music world this month.

Rock out. Enjoy. Jam. Whatever you feel. xoxo.

My current go-to playlist, 2.0

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It has been over a month since I’ve given you a little tidbit into what I’ve been listening to, so I figured today’s the day for another go at it. If you catch me acting like a fool at a red light, it is most likely because I am listening to one of these songs.

  1. The Go! by Drive Like I Do. Old, pre-1975 is some of my favorite 1975. I can’t [and won’t ever] get enough of these guys. And if you totally adore this song, check out the live version, it is 1,000x better.
  2. Moving On and Getting Over by John Mayer. Who still isn’t over this whole new John Mayer album thing?! I certainly am not. I, for one, love, love, love this song. I am still swooning over the opening guitar montage extravaganza.
  3. The Lotto by Ingrid Michaelson. I love Ingrid Michaelson so much that it truly hurts. Every single one of her songs is catchy. Her voice is amazing. Her style is amazing. She is amazing. This is her most recent single and if you want to be put in a good mood, I suggest giving this one a listen.
  4. Find Me by Kings of Leon. I feel the same way about KOL as I do about John Mayer – I am still not over the release of their new album. Granted, John Mayer’s didn’t come as long ago, but still, I can’t stop. I’ve been listening religiously ever since the day it was released, and this is my favorite off the album. [Also, If you live in Buffalo, there’s a Groupon for $17 KOL tickets at Darien Lake so we should totally be friends and totally go!]
  5. Fake Love by Drake. At first, I tried really hard to hate this song, solely for the fact that it was released post-Rihanna breakup and I don’t want anyone hating on my girl. But, in true Drake fashion, I fell in love. Hard. I don’t even have to listen to this song in its’ entirety for it to be stuck in my head, that’s how catchy it is. He’s definitely one of the best.
  6. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran. Hellllllooooo, Ed. I shamelessly pretend that this song is being sung directly to me, for me. My inner fangirl is still living over the release of these singles, and clearly everyone else feels just the same because you can’t go anywhere without this song being on the radio. I don’t mind though.
  7. Hold Me Down by Halsey. I really hope that Halsey wins her first Grammy tonight, because this girl is so unbelievably talented. The entire album is constantly on repeat for me, with each song being as catchy as the next.
  8. Fool by Børns. Having this track as the final song on the album is a great way to end an all-around masterpiece. It is so catchy and will instantly put you in a great mood, and honestly, who doesn’t want that?!
  9. Night Shift by Of a Revolution. If you haven’t seen or heard of or listened to O.A.R., please do yourself a favor and do it. They put on a great show and release great songs that make you constantly think of summer. And who doesn’t want to think of summer during this dreary, cold winter?!
  10. Hopeless Opus by Imagine Dragons. Another feel good song [I know, I’m repetitive, but I’ve needed a little pick me up lately!]. I saw this song performed live and everyone in the arena sang in unison and it’s something I will never forget about every time I hear this song. It’s catchy, and really easy to get lost in when driving or stuck in traffic. xoxo.

My current go-to playlist. 


1. Paris by The Chainsmokers. I’m still waiting for the day that this duo releases a single that I don’t love. I mean, who still can’t get Closer out if their head!? Their newest single is just as good, if not better, than the rest.

2. Higher by Rihanna. I’m still on an Anti kick, even months later. This is one of my favorites off the album, but honestly, who can even choose just one favorite?

3. Out of my Head by The Griswolds. You can’t help but belt this bad boy out. This newest single of theirs will put you in a feel-good “I can kick anyone’s ass” kind of mood. [SIDE NOTE: someone come see them with me at The Waiting Room in March!!]

4. The Pocket by Andy Grammer. Can we just discuss how I’ve loved this dude for years and now he’s always a fill-in on the Today Show and performing halftime shows at major football games?? I saw him for FIVE DOLLARS at Niagara University a few years back and it was one of the best shows I’ve seen! This is a little bop from his first album, but it never gets old.

5. Past Lives by Børns. I love how this song goes from being melodramatic to a song you can dance to at the bar with your friends or sing at the top of your lungs in the car. Added bonus, he’s so hot.

6. Pop Style by Drake. When I saw Drake over the summer, this was one of the best he performed in concert. It’s always a go-to. I don’t think I’ll ever stop!

7. Strange Love by Halsey. Most commonly, this song tends to be linked to my boy Matty Healy, but the beats are so unique. And her voice…wow. I can truthfully say she sounds just as good in person, too. I had the chance to see her open for Imagine Dragons before she exploded into the spotlight.

8. Need to Know by Macklemore feat. Chance the Rapper. I never really used to be a big Macklemore fan until my brother turned me onto him. His new album didn’t get as much hype as the last one, but I tend to like the albums and songs that other people don’t for lord only know what reason.

9. Mercy by Matt Nathanson. He speaks the truth in every single one of his songs, this one no different than the rest. Plus, his music always reminds me of summer, which is perfect right now considering we’re in the depths of winter.

10. Paris by The 1975. This is my favorite song off of ILIWYS. It’s just so smooth and easy on the ears. Plus Matty has the voice of an angel.

xoxo.