Songs for Vibing

Specially curated tracks from the Class of ’22

Julianne Tan, Mai Truong, and Andru Martinez

Annie Huang
LeeHi – Only, Taylor Swift- Call it What You Want, Steve Lacy – Dark Red, Baekhyun – UN Village, Twice – The Feels, Mitski – Francis Forever, BTS – Pied Piper, Itzy – Loco, ClairoAmoeba, The Neighbourhood – Reflections

Julianne Tan
Daniel Caesar & Kali Uchis – Get You, Steelix – Lay it Down, STAYC – Stereotype, Yayyoung – Don’t Wanna Fall, Jo Yuri – Glassy, Jaehyun – Try Again

Mai Truong
Lorde – Liability, Conan Gray – People Watching, Bruno Major – Let a Good Thing Die, Olivia Rodrigo – Jealousy, Ariane Grande – No Tears Left, Envy You – Stick Around

Havon Ha
Niall Horan – No Judgement, Shawn Mendes – 305, 5 Seconds of Summer – Kill My Time, Louis Tomlinson – Always You, Anne-Marie – Beautiful, Troye Sivan – Seventeen

Andru Martinez
Bee Gees – Staying Alive, EnigmaSpace – Modern Crusaders, Matthew Wilder – Break my Stride, Redbone – Come and Get Your Love, Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Michael Sembello – Maniac

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Spotify’s head of global trends, Shanon Cook, shared the most streamed Christmas songs of 2020 with Today. “A successful holiday song… evokes… comfort, coziness, the thrill of being… with family and friends, or longing to see someone you love,” said Cook. At the top of the Spotify list were Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas, Wham!’s Last Christmas, and Ariana Grande’s Santa Tell Me.

Other Spotify chart toppers: Michael Buble’s It’s Beginning to Look, Justin Bieber’s Mistletoe
Andy Williams – Most Wonderful Time, Brenda Lee – Rockin Around, Bobby Helms – Jingle Bell Rock, Band Aid – Do They Know, Frank Sinatra – Let it Snow, John Lennon – Happy Xmas, Bing Crosby – White Christmas, Nat King Cole – Chestnuts Roasting, Elvis Presley – Blue Christmas, Burl Ives – Holly Jolly, Ronettes – Sleigh Ride

Christmas marks the time of year when LA radio station KOST 103.5 (adult popular) surges to the top of most popular radio stations in Los Angeles. Starting Nov 12, KOST began playing 24 hour Christmas songs. In October they held a 6.3 Nielsen rating, with 2.5M listeners, ahead of K-Earth 101 (classic pop), KBIG 104.3 (adult pop), and KIIS 102.7 (new pop) 1.8M listeners, KPWR 106 (hip hop) 1.1M, KROQ 106.7 (new rock) 1M, KKGO – 105 (country) 600k, KUSC 91.5 (classical) 500k, KKJZ 88.1 (jazz) 365k

Notes on Talk Stations: KNX 1070 – News (900k), KPCC 89.3 -News Talk  (680k)
KFI 640 – News Talk (680k), AM 570 (sports/Dodgers) 680k, KABC 790 (news talk) 320k, KSPN 710 (sports/Lakers) 300k, KRLA 870- (news talk) 280k, KKLA 99.5 (Christian talk) 113k, KHJ 930 (Catholic talk) 50k

Provided by Radio Insight (Nielsen Ratings)