This week on O2 Tracks - 28 April

We’re throwing a kitchen sink full of classics at you in our dedicated Spring Cleaning Centre Stage playlist on O2 Tracks this week.

Can’t quite muster the guster to tidy your room? Kanye West’s Stronger will help you power through sorting those piles of old clothes. Eminem offers a helping hand in cleaning out your closet (not literally) plus we’ve got Jay-Z’s Dirt Off Your Shoulder and TLC’s No Scrubs lined up to keep you going.

Rewind to 2005 in Your Playlist with a bunch of time-honoured tunes including Robbie Williams with Tripping and Katie Melua’s spoketacular 9 Million Bicycles. Legendary American rapper 2Pac brings a dose of religion with Ghetto Gospel and Kanye West cashes out with the catchy Gold Digger.

112 serve up a delicious combo of Peaches & Cream in our Noughties Party Jams R&B playlist, joined by the Black Eyed Peas with I Gotta Feeling and Missy Elliot’s Work It. Snoop, JT and Charlie Wilson direct you to the dance floor with Signs and Keri Hilson teams up with Kanye and Neyo to Knock You Down.

Dig out those wellies and start your summer build up with our Rock playlist, packed with Favourites for the 2014 Festivals. Tune into Brit award-winning Bastille’s near perfect pop anthem Flaws and Kasabian’s Club Foot to get you hyped. Jake Bugg’s striking hit single Lightning Bolt, Ed Sheeran’s Drunk and Arctic Monkey’s Do I Wanna Know round off our festival favourites.

Number Ones feature in our Dance playlist this week including Nero’s Promises and Armand Van Helden’s You Don’t Know Me. Example gets suspicious in his hit Changed The Way You Kissed Me and Cascada are all about health safety with Evacuate The Dance Floor. That’ll keep you going till next week!

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