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Music Monday: Holiday Edition

It’s that time of the year again. The weather’s getting colder, decorations and lights line the houses, and Christmas trees are being set up in living rooms everywhere. Christmas time is here, and for the next month you can celebrate it by listening to some of the greatest holiday classics.

Ranging from Kanye West to Frank Sinatra, this week’s Music Monday includes samples from across all genres. With only two weeks left until winter break — whether you are walking to class or avoiding the cold –this music will get you ready and excited for the best time of the year. From the Christmas staples like “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “White Christmas,” to lesser known songs like “That Was the Worst Christmas Ever!” by Sufjan Stevens, this playlist will satisfy every listener. So get in the holiday spirit with the best music Christmas has to offer.

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About the Author

Ben Rappaport

is a junior English and Journalism major at Penn State. He loves spending way too much money on concerts and music festivals. Ben can usually be found walking around campus listening to Kanye West. A fun fact about him is he once was resuscitated from unconsciousness by Pusha T's verse on the song "Mercy." Feel free to contact him at [email protected] or follow him on twitter at @Benrappp.

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