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Make It Last Playlist: Renewal

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by Make it last on 2 February, 2018

Follow Make it last on Spotify to be updated with our favorite tunes every month.

The new year calls for a new mood, and these artists have been setting it during January at Make It Last. No surprise for a month named after a two faced god, it’s looking back and forward at the same time. Think a healthy mix of bright new voices and nostalgic feelings, R&B vocals twisted into new shapes and contemporary topics given a familiar gloss.

Follow the playlist on Spotify to be updated every month with 20 new tracks. Do you have a favourite? Let us know in the comments.

Make It Last Playlist: Renewal


Tracklist

James Blake – Vincent
Jorja Smith ft. Stormzy – Let Me Down
IAMDDB – Shade
Soccer Mommy – Your Dog
Daniel Caesar – Best Part
Obongjayar – Endless
Okay Kaya – IUD
Young Fathers – In My View
Duval Timothy – Ball
Fredwave – Drown
H.E.R – My Song
Lauren Auder – The Baptist
Rex Orange County – Loving Is Easy
Everything Is Recorded ft Sampha & Syd – Show Love
Hak Baker – 7AM
Nilufer Yanya — Baby Luv
Yaeji – Passionfruit
Poppy Ajudha – Tepid Soul
Miink – Who Are You
Charlotte Day Wilson – Nothing You

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