Our Weekly Hits: November 26, 2018!

It’s that time of the week where we deliver you our weekly hits! It was hard not placing Christmas songs on this week’s updated playlist, but alas, we have refrained and will bring you a separate Christmas playlist later in the week. This week’s playlist includes a lot of wonderful songs, with the playlist reaching almost 40 songs total!

If you are interested in checking out our weekly hits playlist this week, you can find it here:

A lot of songs on this playlist remain from prior playlists, but that’s not to say there aren’t new, bright additions as well! Where new age classics such as Little Mix and Nicki Minaj’s “Woman Like Me” and Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” grace the playlist again, new songs such as “Say My Name” by David Guetta, Bebe Rexha, and J Balvin debut on our playlist for the very first time!

Other newcomer songs include Taylor Swift’s “Getaway Car” and “Call It What You Want.” We’ve adored Reputation since its release, but this week we’ve been listening to it a little extra, so we’ve added a couple songs from it to represent it on the playlist.

Charli XCX returns to the playlist, but this time with “Vroom Vroom.” This track is powerful and driven and will keep you upbeat all week long. Likewise, The Downtown Fiction’s “I Just Wanna Run” will have you feeling mighty with its powerful vocals, lyrics, and beat.

Finally, we have added “when the party’s over” by Billie Eilish. This alternative act is angelic in nature with deep-rooted emotions slipping through the cover of the song via Eilish’s transcendent voice.

Again, if you are interested in checking out our playlist, you can find it here:

Do you love these songs as much as we do? Comment below and tweet us @Fuzzable with all of your music-related opinions!

Written by Preston Smith

capricorn, coffee addict, cat owner

twitter & instagram: @psm_writes

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