"Harry Styles' Watermelon Sugar covered by Anne Marie for BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. I mean, I love the original song (and the man who's sung it!), but there's something about this more low tempo version that just puts me in a good mood every time I hear it." The song definitely brings back one’s youth days as it is about the glee you feel when you start dating someone for the first time.
Humra Afroz Khan, Senior Features Editor
“Memories by Adam Levine. I have a thing for senti songs, and this one's right up my alley. And it's also catchy! (Plus, it's the only decent one I seem to have on my recently rebooted phone!) Memories" is a reflective track in which Adam Levine looks back on the good times with a loved one.
Simrit Tiwana, Contributing Digital Writer
“Levitating by Madonna and Dua Lipa. It’s the pick me up, feel good song we all need right now. I love it especially when I’m working out.” The song is from Dua Lipa second studio album, Future Nostalgia (2020). The song was written by Lipa, Clarence Coffee Jr., Sarah Hudson and Stephen Kozmeniuk, with the image of Mike Myers in Austin Powers in mind.
Diya . J. Verma , Digital Writer
“Funnily enough, I've been listening to 'Happy' by Pharrell Williams on loop. It's not because I am particularly joyous at the moment (especially given the current COVID-19 situation!), but because it gives me hope, in a weird sense. Besides being a great song that actually brings a smile to my face each and every time, it helps me relax when there are too many external stressors to cope with! And, this song never gets old, does it really?” The song “Happy” is the first and only single from the sound track album of the film Despicable Me 2
Arpita Kala, Assistant Features Editor (Digital)
“I am switching between Fourth of July by Sufjan Stevens when I am feeling the melancholic sweater weather vibes, and my all-time favourite track Nymphetamine by Cradle of Filth, I guess I never really stop listening to it.” The song “Fourth of July by Sufjan Stevens” was inspired by the 2012 death of Sufjan Stevens' mother, Carrie, and memories of the limited time they spent together.