As we approach the end of the year, our 2021 playlists may be becoming a bit dry and in need of some freshening up. Whether it’s the inevitable business of the end of the year or the craziness of the holiday season, it’s easy to neglect our playlists this time of year. We’ve compiled some of our 2021 favorites to help you revamp your playlists as we begin to close out the year.
Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde – “Never Wanted To Be That Girl”
One of country music’s most memorable pieces of 2021, this powerhouse collaboration will have you in your feels as the lyrics explore a heartbreaking relationship situation with a powerful melody perfect for belting in the car.
Jordan Fletcher – “Rather Be Broke”
Rising star Jordan Fletcher’s “Rather Be Broke” provides us with an important reminder of where true happiness comes from while delivering a beautiful melody you can’t help but sing along to.
Adele – “Can I Get It”
Adele gives us the best of both worlds here as she speaks on finding her ideal love while incorporating a lively and upbeat melody.
Chris Tomlin feat. Blessing Offer – “Hallelujah”
It is December so we can’t forget to incorporate a little bit of Holiday spirit into our playlists. This song provides that classic, nostalgic and warm Holiday feeling that we all know and love.
Kenny G – “Legacy”
Speaking of classic, a piece by the legendary Kenny G that’s perfect background music for a dinner party, spending time with family, or just relaxing around the house.
Luke Bryan – “Up”
Luke Bryan delivers a memorable and meaningful tribute to his childhood as he tells a relatable story of growing up, working hard and having faith. A peaceful and articulate piece perfect for any day of the week.
Ed Sheeran – “Shivers”
A song you can’t help but move to, “Shivers” is the perfect addition to your go-to upbeat playlists.
Russell Dickerson feat. Lady A – “Home Sweet”
There’s nothing like home sweet home! This dynamic and energetic collaboration tells the timeless story of home is where the heart is.
Sheyda – “Won’t See Me Crying” (Music Video)
The perfect road trip belt, “Won’t See Me Crying” is an emotional and cathartic break up anthem that we can all relate to.
Johnny Dailey – “24” (Music Video)
Johnny Dailey delivers a heart wrenching and thought provoking song about losing a loved one and telling them that you would give them your last 24 hours if you knew you only had that much time left.
Liddy Clark – “Led Myself On”
If you aren’t familiar with Liddy Clark, this song is the perfect introduction as she gives a confessional performance paired with her signature down to earth, breezy west coast sound.
Drew Green – “Cold Beer and Copenhagen”
Up and coming artist Drew Green’s “Cold Beer and Copenhagen” is a beautifully catchy country tune exploring the internal conflict of making decisions to provide temporary happiness even though you know it’s not what’s best for you.