As we continue to work out of the office, we thought, instead of the end of month new music roundup, we’d share our top tracks from our ‘working from home’ playlist to help keep your spirits up, stay motivated and keep entertained.
And why not try building your own playlist of your favourite tracks that put a smile on your face. We’re just here for the inspiration!
OK so a pretty obvious one to start with. You can’t beat Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work from home’ to get those toes tapping. Released in March 2016 and featuring Ty Dolla Sign, the song is primarily an R&B track that incorporates some elements of trap music and tropical house beats.
Recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her eighth studio album Anti in 2016, Work featuring Drake became the first dancehall song to top the Billboard Hot 100 since Sean Paul’s Temperature in 2006
Wouldn’t be a good playlist if it didn’t feature an epic, legendary track from Queen and Don’t stop me now is guaranteed to lift your mood! Written by lead singer, Freddie Mercury, and released in 1979, the track didn’t initially chart well but grew in stature over time and has been popularised by its use in advertisements, television programmes and films.
Jumping ahead to the next decade to the fabulous eighties, Katrina and The Waves brought us the uplifting Walking on Sunshine in 1983. Originally written as a ballad, Katrina Leskanich decided to belt the song out as a more upbeat song.
And finally, let’s bring it back to more recent times with the release of Normani’s Motivation the back end of last summer. Co-written by Ariana Grande, the music video went viral due to the video’s intense choreography, more specifically a basketball move that started a viral dance challenge.
Hope that’s given you some inspiration guys! Keep on dancing!