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This week on O2 Tracks
Celebrate the start of British summertime with our selection of hand-picked pop hits on O2 Tracks this week.
We’ve packed our Centre Stage playlist with Feel Good Anthems that does exactly what it says on the tin. Travel back in time to 1983 for classics Beat It from Michael Jackson and Ain’t Nobody from Rufus and Chaka Khan. Then skip forward 20 years and shake it like a Polaroid picture to Outkast’s Hey ya before getting all warm and fuzzy with Rudimental’s Feel the Love.
Your Playlist takes you back to 2006 where Barbadian beauty Rihanna is sending out a distress single in the insanely catchy SOS. Dutch DJ, Fedde Le Grande’s no.1 single Put Your Hands Up For Detroit features, as well as Infernal who are on a dance trip From Paris to Berlin.
For R&B fans, we’ve crammed our playlist full of Supergroups to sway to. Hip hop’s hide and seek champions, the Fugees, are coming to find you with Ready or Not. Get cosy round the campfire with Could You Be Loved from Reggae legends Bob Marley and The Wailers, and if that’s not enough, take a walk with D12 around their Purple Hills.
Our Rock playlist is jam packed with awesome American Anthems, including Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run and Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Californication. Piano man Billy Joel brings 90s classic The River of Dreams and Foo Fighters rock out with the best, the best, the Best Of You. Green Day’s Basket Case and The Byrd’s Mr Tambourine Man round off our playlist dedicated to the red, white and blue.
Fatboy Slim is looking healthy with a diet of Eat Sleep Rave Repeat on our Dance playlist. Chase and Status are sounding deadly with Alive, and they’re joined by Calvin Harris who seems to have the situation Under Control. Get your rave Richter scale ready with DJ Fresh’s Earthquake plus Katy B’s 5am, and loads more, guaranteed to keep the party going.
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