Music Mondays: RSN’s Grammy Awards Playlist


With the Grammy’s coming up this week, now is the time to catch up on all of those hot albums you missed last year. In honour of getting ready for the Grammy Awards, Real Style has put together our own office playlist to keep us in the awards season spirit.

Get Lucky – Daft Punk featuring Pharrell

In case you aren’t totally sick of this song yet, now is the time to bring it back. It rocked the runway at the Diane von Furstenberg spring 2014 fashion show and 70’s is back in a big way thanks to American Hustle. Get your groove on!

On Top Of The World – Imagine Dragons

Our new favourite band of the year is sure to pick up a few Grammy Awards this week. If you are over their smash hits try this catchy little song that makes us want to skip down the street.

The Last Time – Taylor Swift featuring Gary Lightbody

Taylor Swift is always one of our favourite style stars on the red carpet, and she has a good chance of winning for her pop country smash Red. This slow track featuring the singer from Snow Patrol is our fave because it proved that Taylor Swift was growing up.

Same Love – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Mark Lambert

I don’t care how many times I hear this song the emotion always gets to me. Who knew these two seemingly party boys had a song like this in them waiting. It’s stunning and Mary Lambert’s voice really brings it all together.

American – Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey’s breathy voice snuck her way into our heart. While Lorde’s single has been played to death, Lana Del Rey has avoided radio success, so she still feels like a bit of a secret.

Clarity – Zedd featuring Foxes

I discovered this song first on The Voice, but got hooked on the original version and the catchy dance beat that just won’t get out of my head.

Just Give Me A Reason – Pink featuring Nate Ruess

Who would have thought that Pink and the singer of fun. could make a song that would resonate with so many people and stay on the top of the charts for so long? Who cares, all we know is it’s a sure winner.

Lego House – Ed Sheeran

Discover this red headed Brit’s soft voice and relaxing melodies. While Ed Sheeran isn’t exactly a new artist like his nomination makes it seem, we are glad America is discovering him.

When I Was Your Man – Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars’ cool retro throwback style really is part of a huge movement to change popular music. His Unorthodox Jukebox album scored more hits that you might imagine and is nominated many times to show that this movement is staying put.

Sweet Nothing – Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch

Florence Welch’s voice makes us want to soar through the sky and reach for the stars. Since we couldn’t have a Florence And The Machine album this year, her appearance on Sweet Nothing was the next best thing.

Panic Station – Muse

Muse marches to their own rock beat . Their kind of music is meant to be played with the volume at 12 or in a stadium that can help their music envelope you.

Berzerk – Eminem

At first, this song felt a little schizophrenic to my ears, but time has come to reveal that Eminem’s rap genius hasn’t disappeared. This track is all of the crazy things we have come to love about him.

Mine Would Be You – Blake Shelton

Even if you don’t love country music, you can’t deny that Blake is the best (and most loveable) coach on the show. Give his wildly popular music the same chance that you give his team on The Voice.

You’ve Got Time – Regina Spektor

Already binge watched Orange Is The New Black? Why not rock the intro song on your iPod to support that show and get your fix until season 2 comes out.

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