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Bath Tapes Vol 6

Bath Tapes Vol 6


Hi! My name is Danelia Lopez a.k.a D-Lo, I am the Community Experience Coordinator at Bathing Culture, and I’m honored to bring this medley of melodies to you. 22 songs in honor of our 22nd year into this century. The intention of this playlist is to sing and recharge batteries with music. A variety of soulful, funky and cosmically charged female vocals to heal and give voice to what ails you. It’s as eclectic as I am, designed to help bolster us through the year to come. So wash off the remnants of 2021, and make peace as you play loudly and unapologetically. Give it a try, you deserve it.


“Under The Sun” by Lady Wray
“Pretty Girl Magic” by Moonlight Scorpio
“Real Magic” by Ricky Reed, Terrace Martin, St. Panther
“Les Fleurs” by Minnie Riperton
“Believe” by Cher
“Broken Horses” by Brandi Carlile
“Workin’ Woman Blues” by Valerie June
“I Owe You Nothing” by Seinabo Sey
“Give Me One Reason” by Tracy Chapman
“Sugar Daddy” by Qveen Herby
“Ching Ching Money Tree” by Ni$h Nasty
“Solita” by Kali Uchis
“Stay In My Lane” by S.I.A.T Stuck in a Tree
“You Gotta Be” by Des’ree
“I Like That” by Janelle Monae
“OG Luv Kush pt. 2” by Kaiit
“Essence (feat. Tems)” by WizKid, Tems
“Love Me Right” by Amber Mark
“Young Hearts Run Free” by Candi Staton
“All Cried Out (feat. Alex Newell) - Radio Edit by Blonde, Alex Newell
“Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix) (feat. Stevie Nicks) by Miley Cyrus, Stevie Nicks
“Fly Away” by Yola

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