STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 17th December 2017

Most Played Song

The most played song by Steve at Talk About Pop Music this week was ‘Santa’s Coming For Us‘ by Sia.

This has to be my ultimate new Christmas song. I have played it so much already and I love the fact that all the songs from ‘Everyday Is Christmas’ are original Christmas songs.

Watch the video for the track and don’t forget to give the whole album a listen to.

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Talk About Pop Music Weekly Top 10 STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 17th December 2017

The Best Of The Rest

A LOT of Christmas songs this week which is hardly surprising as it’s almost less than a week to go until the big day itself.

I’ve said many times but The Boy Least Likely To have an outstanding Christmas album and it’s really one that I recommend everyone listens to at least once.

There’s a sneaky little Eurovision song hiding in here this week. ‘Breathlessly’ by Claudia Faniello was the song that represented Malta in Eurovision 2017. Sadly, it didn’t make the grand final but it has been one that I have listened to quite often since the contest.

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Get Featured!

DEAMN is our featured artist on our Discover Weekly playlist this week and his latest release is advertised on our Twitter Cover.


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STOP! LOOK! PLAYLIST! 17th December 2017

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.