Always On Repeat Playlist

Kayla Mutchler, Editor-in-Chief

I have a horrible habit of hyper-fixating on just about anything, especially music. So, here’s a playlist dedicated to songs that I cannot stop listening to.

My Head and My Heart by Ava Max
This Ava Max song samples 2000’s “Around the World” by the German group, ATC. Max once said that she wants to bring back Dance-Pop, and this song does just that. Since its 2020 release, I’ve played it just about every day.

Troubled Paradise by Slayyyter
Though a lesser-known artist, compared to the pop icons of today, Slayyyter still has some great songs – and this one is my favorite. If you’re looking for some great Instagram captions, make sure to read through these lyrics, because there’s plenty.

Future Starts Now by Kim Petras
This pop banger is the newest song on this list. On the same day of its release, Aug. 27, this rising pop star announced her signing to Republic Records. If she blows up, I just want to say here that I knew her first.

Judas by Lady Gaga
This is my favorite song of all time. The way Gaga combined religious imagery with a leather, biker gang aesthetic in the music video will forever be one of her most iconic creations. Though released in 2011, I’m sure I’ll listen to this for the rest of my life.

You Right by Doja Cat and The Weeknd
The laid-back beat combined with Doja Cat and The Weeknd’s entrancing vocals makes for a tune you’ll want to belt. Only then will you realize what they’re actually singing about–cheating on their significant others.

Rose-Colored Boy by Paramore
Released in 2017 from their most recent album, “After Laughter,” this song is still just as great as it was four years ago. I just wish I had discovered it back then. And now, much like the rest of their fanbase, I’m demanding they release another album.

Whip It by Nicki Minaj
This is another song that I did not know when it first came out, back when Minaj performed both pop and rap. I just love the must-dance-to rhythm.

Venice B*tch by Lana Del Rey
One of my favorite songs of Del Rey’s, I recently started listening to it again; and now, I can’t stop. Yes, I do sit through all nine minutes of it – and I love every second.