STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 12th November 2017

STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 12th November 2017

Most Played Song

The most played song by Steve at Talk About Pop Music this week was ‘You To Me Are Everything’ by The Real Thing.

It’s an golden oldie this week. Such a classic song and the reason I have been playing it so much is thanks to the latest TV cooking show from Nigella Lawson. It didn’t quite inspire me to start cooking but it did inspire me to produce a the playlist ‘Nigella: At My Table‘. It contains all the songs played during her show and it’s pretty awesome even if I do say so myself!

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Talk About Pop Music Weekly Top 10 STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 12th November 2017

The Best Of The Rest

There are a few other songs from the ‘Nigella: At My Table’ playlist this week including ones from Joss Stone, Duffy and Paolo Nutini. Nigella sure has a great taste in music as well as the incredible ability to whip up a fancy sandwich!

Laleh makes an appearance again this week – I really want her to be recognised outside of Sweden as she is amazing!

I updated the ‘Pride! Sometimes Boys Like Boys’ playlist this week so there are a few songs from that which I have been playing quite a lot. I don’t think I will ever get tired of listening to ‘Dancing On My Own‘!

Watch the full playlist below:

Get Featured!

The Royce Twins are our featured artist on our Discover Weekly playlist this week and their latest release is advertised on our Twitter Cover.

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STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 12th November 2017

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