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      MUSIC MONDAY: Listeners’ Choice: Help Marlon Make His First Playlist for 2022!

      Written by Good Black News

      December 27, 2021

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      by Marlon West (FB: marlon.west1 Twitter: @marlonw IG: stlmarlonwest Spotify: marlonwest)

      Happy Last Monday of 2021! Hope you all have had a safe and pleasant holiday season, so far. This Covid era ain’t going away easy. So I was planning on my first GBN playlist of 2022 to be a collection songs that I found sustaining in the last nearly two years. Though I thought it would be nice to hear from some of you.

      What songs have you played during ‘20 and ‘21 that helped keep your chin up? Were they tracks from back in the day that have always been your go to? It there a cut that that gained new meaning and poignance during lockdown? Have you discovered new music that has brightened these taxing times?

      Let me/us know about ‘em in the comments. Help a brotha create a communal playlist of hope and tenacity.

      Thanks, you all. And Happy New Year!

      [Photo: Courtesy of Marlon West]

      Original article source: https://goodblacknews.org/2021/12/27/music-monday-listeners-choice-help-marlon-make-his-first-playlist-for-2022/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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