It’s that time of the week where we upload a playlist but since it’s December we decided to add a bit of festivity. December is the month of the holiday season and no one can hate carols because carols are loved irrespective of religion. So, we decided to a playlist of Christmas Carols and no, this isn’t the only one! We will do a couple more before Christmas. So we hope you like this one considering it’s a mixture of the classic and popular versions.

Playlist Details:-

  1. Christmas Everyday – Simple Plan
    Simple Plan released a Christmas song just a few days back. So, for those who haven’t heard it yet, we felt that you ‘simply’ must.
  2. Christmas Lights – Coldplay
    Chris Martin with the mellow nature of his keyboard produces yet another masterpiece. Nothing short of Coldplay standards, so this was expected.
  3. Joy to the World – Pentatonix
    The acapella sensation Pentatonix perform one of their best pieces yet.
  4. Do they know it’s Christmas – Band Aid 30
    Band Aid 30 is a reincarnation of a charity supergroup called Band Aid who sang the very same track. This song, however, was retweaked with respect to the Ebola virus epidemic. This group consists of the some of the most popular names in the industry (presently) – Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, Sam Smith to name a few.
  5. Merry Christmas Everyone – Shakin Stevens
    This sensational track has charted in the top UK tracks in 1985 (year or release) and every year since 2007.
  6. Happy Xmas – John Lennon
    The seventh single release by Lennon following his work outside of ‘The Beatles’.
  7. All I Want for Christmas is You – Michael Buble
    His very own rendition of the popular track by Mariah Carey
  8. Baby, it’s Cold Outside – Michael Buble and Idina Menzel
    A duet featuring Michael Buble and Idina Menzel (yes, she sang ‘let it go’)
  9. Shake up Christmas – Train
    A track from their Christmas album ‘Christmas in Tahoe’
  10. Extraordinary Christmas – Glee
    Glee sings a vibrant version of the song ‘Extraordinary Christmas’ written by Marti Noxon that featured in their Christmas special.