Examples of playlist in a Sentence
Most of the city's DJs have added the song to their playlists.
Recent Examples of playlist from the Web
According to a press release issued at the moment the station changed at 5 p.m. Tuesday, FONZ FM's playlist will focus on music from the late 1950s to the late 1970s, aiming at Milwaukee listeners ages 35 to 64.
With the service, called Premium Access, listeners can play a specific song, album or playlist in exchange for watching a video ad, instead of being tied to Pandora’s long-standing radio-style mix of related but random songs.
Listen to all the songs below, and check out more playlists by Harper's BAZAAR on Spotify.
Because of its ease-of-use with playlists, Spotify tends to be more popular among those who prefer curating choices from diverse sources compared to Apple's more artist- and album-driven clientele.
Thomas hunted through Billboard charts from the era and sought out playlists people had posted online to figure out what would have been echoing through gay clubs during the era.
Put this one on your taking a bubble bath and chilling playlist.
And Timberlake’s country-wave concept hasn’t found an easy slot in Spotify playlists or club sets.
To help with the decision-making, Harrison released playlists featuring all of the included songs on Apple Music and Spotify.
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First Known Use of playlist
PLAYLIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of playlist for English Language Learners
: a list of songs to be played especially by a radio station
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