Four singers share their Diwali playlist via Apple Music
Posted 04.11.21, 04:28 AM
“Namaste, India” by Ed Sheeran
The man is currently in a cheerful mood on his fourth album – titled = (Egals) – in the math series (+, x, ÷) but at the same time there is a sense of maturity that comes with marriage and fatherhood. . The playlist he shared for Diwali is awesome. It starts with his song Overpass Graffiti, then comes a slew of goodies – Fred Again’s Kyle (I Found You), Griff’s Black Hole (Goodboys Remix), Maisie Peters’s Psycho, DJ Khaled’s Let It Go (with Justin Bieber) and The Streets’ Who has the bag, among others.
Bright choice of Dua Lipa
If in 2020 Dua Lipa gave us the dancefloor scorcher in the form of the album Future Nostalgia, she is currently making the world dance in her collaboration with Elton John – Cold Heart. Her playlist is the perfect start to the party. There is of course Levitating but there is also Prisoner, his duet with Miley Cyrus, the astonishing I Wanna Be Your Lover by Prince, Push The Feeling On by Nightcrawlers and Around The World by Daft Punk.
Amit Trivedi’s “Personal Favorites”
Known as much for his studio music as his live performances, the man spans several genres. On his Diwali playlist: Madhubala, Churaya, Karle trip (with Talha Siddiqui), Lagan laagi re, Jump, Ud and Shaam shaandaar, in addition to Maahi ve from AR Rahman, Ishq tera tadpave from Sukhbir and Salim Merchant and Ainvayi.in by Sunidhi Chauhan
Celebrate with Lucky Ali
What makes Lucky Ali’s playlist amazing is the way it covers songs that are close to him. There are none of his songs on the list. What you get is Blowin ‘In The Wind by Bob Dylan, Jerusalem by Alpha Blondy, Father and Son by Cat Stevens, Aao twist Karen by Manna Dey, and The Boxer by Simon & Garfunkel.