Some you may know, some you may not, and some may deserve a leap of faith. Instead of offering a single great artist or song, this Friday we are giving you 20 greats, each perfectly paired with a particular weekend activity. Friday meeting. Paired with hit-maker J Balvin, this track is the one you need playing as warm up for the weekend. Perfect for… the house party playlist. Their beachy music video tells you the kind of vibe this song brings.
From drinks after work to Monday morning, this is what you need to be listening to.
Il Prossimo Weekend. Livin' 4 the Weekend. Southern Rock, Vol. There Ain't No Fool in Ferguson. Weekend Greens. Wide Awake [Red Mix].
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FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song. After clocking in hours for "the man" this week, leave both your workload and worries where they belong—at work. You may be swamped on the job, but your work will still be there come Monday. Take the weekend to kick back, relax, and enjoy yourself. With the help of music you can recharge from your work week and make it a weekend to remember. Originally, this pop rock number was called "Everybody's Waiting for the Weekend. In this hit, the narrators contemplate romance, wonder what acquaintances will come hang out with them, and they anticipate cranking up the party full tilt this weekend. Everyone needs a reward for a week of hard work!
Abel Makkonen Tesfaye born February 16, , known professionally as the Weeknd , is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer. In , the Weeknd signed with Republic Records , and re-released the mixtapes as part of the compilation album Trilogy His debut studio album, Kiss Land , was released in He followed the album with Beauty Behind the Madness , which was among the best-selling albums of His fourth album, After Hours , featured the number-one singles " Heartless " and " Blinding Lights ". One of the most successful Canadian recording artists, the Weeknd was awarded the Allan Slaight Award by Canada's Walk of Fame for "making a positive impact in the fields of music, film, literature, visual or performing arts, sports, innovation or philanthropy".