Valentine’s Day 2015: Love/Hate Playlists

Whether you’re in a relationship or not, February 14th is an emotional day for everyone just like any other commercialized holiday. You can eat chocolate kisses with your lover or alone from lacking a significant other and the same applies to music. To celebrate Valentine’s day this year, we’ve got two intimate playlists curated by Briana Cheng.

pro vday

To all the boys and girls that are “getting to know each other“ from a late night at the club like Chris Brown and Usher’s R&B love story in “New Flame” or Dancehall singer Fuego’s earnest mission in “Fall Inna Love”, the playlist below also contains tracks for couples that are madly in love with delicate trance edits of Miguel to an all dance production from LA’s young Karman reminiscing you of those euphoric butterflies fluttering around the insides of you and your bb– sit down and cuddle up:

anti vday

For those who are sick of Valentine’s Day, the next 55 minutes is a wide selection of hip hop artists like Big Sean, Kanye and E-40 to an all fed up female punk group Girlpool emotionally narrating their broken hearts. There’s also songs of a relationship ending from a beautiful collaboration with UK producer Lapalux and vocalist Szjerdene in “Closure” and then there’s Dizee Rascal, Wiley and Sharkey Major’s grime remix of just knowing that you are over it and you can do better. Enjoy and let your feelings indulge:

There’s no better way to tell the world how much you love or hate Valentine’s Day than by blasting these playlists out loud on our PUNK wireless speaker. Whether you’ve got a Valentine or not, PUNK’s got your back with hours of music wherever you go:

About the author: Briana Cheng has a lot of feelings that she sometimes writes about but mostly she takes twitter screenshots of online dating apps, follow her @banacrisp.

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