This week on O2 Tracks - 11 August

The summer vibes continue on O2 Tracks this week with a ton of top playlists ready for you to tune into.

Centre Stage is home to the finest femme fatales in pop this week including Aussie sensation Iggy Azalea and her breakthrough smash hit Fancy. And what Girl Power playlist would be complete without Queen Bey and Ri-Ri, who feature with Run This World and Only Girl.

Rizzle Kicks whip up a storm on Your Playlist with their favourite tunes, featuring old-school classics including Frank Sinatra’s Fly Me To The Moon and Queen’s Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Daniel Bedingfield lays it on the line with If You’re Not The One and the Brighton boys round off the playlist with their own track, I Love You More Than You Think. You can also hear them chew the fat with Scott Mills on the O2 Tracks appcast.

We’re throwing back to the 90’s on our Hottest Hits R&B playlist including Coolio’s Gangsta’s Paradise, 2pac explains how West is best in California Love and the Notorious BIG features with Big Poppa. He loves it when you call him that. Eminem features with break out single My Name Is and we love the way Blackstreet work it in the classic No Diggity.

For rock fans, we’ve got a host American Anthems for you tuck into, with Bruce Springsteen’s Born To Run, Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Californication and Blink 182’s All The Small Things. The Eagles land in Hotel California and Tracy Chapman’s track ready with Fast Car.

Pump Up The Jam with D.O.N.S & Technotronic on our Dance playlist this week along with Disclosure’s White Noise and Bodyrockers’ I Like The Way. Calvin Harris’ I Need Your Love and Ray Foxx’s Boom give the playlist an explosive finish.

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