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Spotify Wrapped: Her Campus Girls Edition

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at U Maine chapter.

    As Spotify Wrapped has peeped its way out of the woodworks, I know all of us are hyped to get our top 100 song playlists. Unpopular opinion, but I appreciate the mass posts on Instagram stories sharing other listeners’ top artists and songs. If you’re anything like me and enjoy listening to other people’s’ top picks, then here are the Her Campus girls’ top songs of the year. Spoiler alert: we’ve got great taste.

Her Campus Girls and Their Top Songs of the Year:

Logan Swift- “Happier than Ever” by Billie Eilish 

Bea Johnson- “Brazil” by Declan Mckenna 

Grace Bradley- “Pressure to Party” by Julia Jackson 

Paige McHatten- “Analog 2” by Odd Future 

Brooklyn Camire- “The Louvre” by Lorde

Megan Ashe- “Enough for You” by Olivia Rodrigo

Emilee Roy- “First Class” by Rainbow Kitten Surprise 

Brooke Howlett- “Baseball” by Hippocampus 

Syeira New- “Feeling Whitney” by Post Malone

Ashley Brown- “Ivy” by Taylor Swift 

Hannah Cote- “The Adults are Talking” by The Strokes

Claire Shaw- “Hypotheticals” by Lake Street Dive

Emily Morrison- “Circles” by Mac Miller

Alexis Timm- “Single Saturday Night” by Cole Swindell

Corry Hemond- “Route 66” by Jack Harlow

Corin Proctor- “Cover Me in Sunshine” by P!nk 

Mary O’Flaherty- “Light On” by Maggie Rogers

Willow Hansford- “I’m Good” by The Mowglis

Link to the playlist that contains each of these songs: 

    How do you feel about this year’s Spotify Wrapped, are you happy with your stats? Or maybe you want to expand your music taste? While flipping through everyone’s Spotify Wrapped Instagram stories this year, maybe give some new artists a listen, or check out some Spotify-curated playlists that discover music for you, like “Discover Weekly.” Maybe you have a song you really like and- if so, click the three dots and start a radio based on that song, and start listening from there. 

Emilee Roy

U Maine '24

Hi! My name is Emilee and I am a junior biology student at the University of Maine. I love to write about various topics from personal growth/relationships to my studies, and even current events. In my free time you can find me cooking up a good meal, watching New Girl again, or listening to a philosophy podcast.