It's hard to imagine going a single day without hearing music in one form or another. Whether you lock in your favorite playlist on the way to work, at the gym, or just running errands around town, music keeps us moving.
To commemorate Pride month this year, Spotify has launched #PressPlayForPride as its own dedicated category. Featuring playlists and personal commentary from members of the LGBT community and close allies like Adam Lambert, Alan Cumming, Brad Goreski, Conchita Wurst, Kathy Griffin, Kelly Osbourne, Rufus Wainright, Tegan and Sara, Troye Sivan, and Years & Years, it's bound to have something for everyone's taste in music.
"We created #PressPlayForPride because we are a company that celebrates diversity and creates content that our listeners can identify with," said Isa Notermans, Spotify's Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion in a release. "Given how popular Pride playlists are with Spotify's listeners we believe the inspirational commentary and incredible music #PressPlayForPride offers will truly resonate with music fans and provide a soundtrack for their Pride celebrations all season long."
Spotify has even compiled the most popular songs around the world on their 975,000+ LGBT and Pride-themed playlists. Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" unsurprisingly topped the list, followed by favorites like Britney Spears' "Toxic," Cher's "Believe," Diana Ross' "I'm Coming Out," and Beyonce's "Run the World (Girls)."
Whether you're a top 40 queen or an alternative loyalist, Spotify has you covered for Pride season. Get out there and celebrate!
Listen at Spotify.com/Pride