Temple Tunes: The Playlist for a Soulful Holiday Season

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These are the perfect holiday hits to get you in the spirit of trimming your Christmas tree and hosting your first-ever holiday zoom party!

It’s about that time to bring out the hot cocoa and unpack your year-old bins of ornaments! As you get ready for the Christmas season, it’s essential to have your go-to holiday playlist prepared to be put on replay in honor of the festivities. 

Temple Indigo is here to offer you the perfect holiday hits to get you in the spirit of trimming your Christmas tree and hosting your first-ever holiday zoom party! Check out our favorites below featuring the R&B holiday classics!

Here are some of our faves from the list!

"8 Days of Christmas" by Destiny's Child

The classic hit includes everything you can imagine a girl would want on her Christmas list, well, at least in the ’90s. With a Christmas list including Chloe shades, a belly ring, and dirty denim jeans, what more could you ask for! This classic hit is a delightful tune to add to any Christmas list that not only brings a sense of nostalgia but will also make you want to dance in the process.

“Santa Baby” by Eartha Kitt

This Christmas classic is the gift that keeps on giving with covers from outstanding artists from Tamar Braxton to Khia, and most recently, Summer Walker took her spin on the beloved song. Similar to 8 Days of Christmas, this song is all about Kitt’s insistence on getting the perfect get from “Santa” because she’s been a good girl all year. 

“Santa Baby” by Eartha Kitt

This Christmas playlist wouldn’t be complete without this black holiday classic. Notably, one of the most remixed black Christmas songs has remixes from the likes of Mary J.Blige and Chris Brown. I feel like it’s quite literally not Christmas if you don’t hear this song at least twice a week during the holiday season or at least one of its remixes.

Let us know what you’re bumpin’ this holiday season and — who knows — it may show up on our holiday list.

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