Entertainment A Period Playlist: 29 Songs to Listen to When It’s That Time of the Month
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I make playlists for just about every aspect of my life—my morning skin-care routine, my commute, my weekend runs—which is why I also have a period playlist. You might be thinking, why make a playlist for your period? Well, maybe it’s the Pisces in me (I have a playlist for that, too) but I love a good cry when I’m on my period.
During this time, I like to stock up on, curl up in a ball, and listen to sad songs. While I know my cramps can’t be cured entirely by music, the feelings of nostalgia, heartbreak, and sadness help with all my emotions. I channel all my feelings into the gut-wrenching lyrics from Maggie Rogers or Lorde. And there’s just something about listening to the soft, sultry voices of Billie Ellish or SZA that calms me down. Perhaps you like listening to the acoustic versions of songs for the instrumentals. Whatever the case may be, I've rounded up almost two hours' worth of songs to help you get through another period.
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This playlist features mellow songs like “Cardigan” by Taylor Swift, “Mad” by Solange feat. Lil Wayne, “Ghostin” by Ariana Grande, and much more. Of course, a period playlist wouldn’t feel complete without “Bleeding Love” by Leona Lewis (too on the nose?) or just about any song by Adele. If throwbacks are more of your thing, jam out to ’90s and early ‘00s songs from Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Avril Lavigne. And if you want to explore songs in other languages, check out a Portuguese song by Brazilian singer Anitta, French chorus lyrics by Lolo Zouai, a Spanish song of lovelessness by Bad Bunny, and the classic “Moscas en La Casa” by Shakira. Browse the entire Spotify list below, or keep scrolling for the full tracklist.
The full playlist:
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- “Love You for a Long Time” by Maggie Rogers
- “Thinking Bout You” by Frank Ocean
- “Bleeding Love” by Leona Lewis
- “I Don’t Know You” by The Marias
- “Amorfoda” by Bad Bunny
- “B.S.” by Jhené Aiko feat. H.E.R.
- “Ghostin” by Ariana Grande
- “Everything I Wanted” by Billie Ellish
- "Good Cry" by Noah Cyrus
- "Liability" by Lorde
- “Você mentiu” by Anitta feat. Caetano Veloso
- “Moscas en la Casa” by Shakira
- “Cardigan” by Taylor Swift
- “Stay” by Rihanna
- “Found” by Tems feat. Brent Faiyaz
- “Any Time, Any Place” by Janet Jackson
- “At My Worst” by Pink Sweat$ feat. Kehlani
- “Love Galore” by SZA feat. Travis Scott
- “Mad” by Solange feat. Lil Wayne
- “Unplugged” by DaniLeigh
- “High Highs to Low Lows” by Lolo Zouaï
- “Glimpse of Us” by Joji
- “I Do” by Cardi B feat. SZA
- “Complicated” by Avril Lavigne
- “Born to Die” by Lana Del Rey
- “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith
- “Someone Like You” by Adele
- “Sure Thing” by Miguel
- “Pain” by PinkPantheress
- “We Belong Together” by Mariah Carey
Lamont Dozier is dead: Write Motown hits with Holland dozier-Holland
»You Keep Me Hangin 'On«, »Stop! In the name of Love «,» You Can't Hurry Love «: Lamont Dozier participated in many soul hits as a composer and arranger. Now the self -proclaimed "Black Bach" died at the age of 81. © Michael Ochs Archives/ Getty Images His name went down in the middle of a triad: Holland-Dozier-Holland, this songwriting team was part of the recipe for success in the 1960s, with which the Detroiter Plattenlabel Motown Record Hit landed.
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