Molly Rainford – The Ultimate Xmas Playlist
Celebrate Christmas with a big soundtrack, curated by Molly Rainford
We teamed up with singer, songwriter Molly Rainford, to bring you the ULTIMATE Christmas playlist. Christmas might be a little different this year, but however you spend it, make sure you have the perfect soundtrack.
The 20-year-old singer has been performing since she was 11 years old and alongside her music career, spends her days as an anti-bullying ambassador, visiting schools across the UK.
Molly has recently released her new EP, Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) and in celebration of the launch, we asked her to tell us her all-time fave Christmas tunes.
Molly Rainford Christmas picks
Take a look at Molly’s fave Christmas tunes and find out why she picked them. You can listen to the full playlist on Spotify now.
Last Christmas – Wham!
A “shout out to your ex that you won’t be buying any presents for this year” song! Enjoying a peaceful and money saving Christmas.
What Christmas Means to Me – Stevie Wonder
I could listen to Stevie Wonder’s voice everyday of the year but there’s something extra amazing about it at Christmas. Love this song about all our favourite things at Christmas. Each one is just as important at Christmas whether it’s big or small.
Mistletoe- Justin Bieber
A classic Biebs hit about spending Christmas with your special someone.
8 Days of Christmas – Destiny’s Child
Bringing a festive take to R’n’b. A tune to bring the Christmas cheer and pure sass.
All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
Honestly does this one need explaining?
Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
Gotta love a Mean Girls moment with the besties during the festive season.
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday – Molly Rainford
The good vibes should be carried all throughout the year. I love spending time with my loved ones at Christmas especially because everyone is so busy the rest of the time!
Who Would Imagine A King – Mollie Rainford
This is a song that was originally sung by one of my all time favourites, Whitney Houston, from a film called The Preacher’s Son. It’s a the perfect warm, fuzzy ballad for the winter.
Merry Christmas (War is Over) – Molly Rainford
A song that really reflects on this year in particular. It’s about everyone celebrating their differences and coming together as one. A truly beautiful message.
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Molly Rainford
Unfortunately some of us won’t be able to see some of our loved ones this year but we will all be together in spirit. This song explains that feeling but instead of making us feel sad it uplifts us with the festive, Motown feels. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)