Christmas Songs For Your 2022 Playlist

Merry Christmas everyone! We have officially entered the season! I hope that you are having a good time celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ while enjoying the Happy Holidays. Of course, the Christmas season would not be complete without the music. I mean, where are you without those familiar ditties to usher in the season? Here is a list of some new songs and covers of some old favorites that came out this year that you have got to add to your Spotify or Apple Music playlist.

Lindsey Stirling: Santa Baby

Stirling not only plays her violin and dances with her acrobatic style, but she also sings. This is an early Christmas gift for all of us who are her hardcore fans.

Amanda Cook: O Come All Ye Faithful

Singing for Bethel Music, Cook delivers a powerful message of hope for all of mankind.

Newsboys: The Christmas Song

The Newsboys definitely bring us the iconic feel of the song as it ushers in visuals of chestnuts, Santa Claus, and the anticipation of Christmas morning. I also like the instrument arrangement as it captures the classic sound, but also makes the song its own in a way that only the newsboys know how to do.

Jamie Grace: What Child Is This? (feat. Abandon Kansas)

Grace and her collaborators bring a wonderful rendition of this holiday classic.

Caleb and Kelsey: Christmas Amazing Grace

The couple kept the heart of the song being about Jesus but refocused on his miraculous birth. I found it endearing and perfectly well done for Christmas.

Kathi: Never Too Old For Christmas

It was exciting and hopeful for a Merry Christmas. You cannot go wrong with these songs for the holidays.

Zach Williams: Go Tell It on the Mountain

Taking a step back from its hymn days, Williams gives it to us in the version of a funk song. Normally, I would roll my eyes at this sort of changing of the genre, but he actually pulls it off very well.

for King and Country: Joy To The World

They use their unique style of rock to tell this story and bring the song to a new generation. They bring that sense of joy and hope with them. Joel and Luke are very talented and they pour that talent into this heartfelt version of this Christmas hymn.

The McClures: Christmas Morning

This song is a celebration of the true meaning of Christmas: the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Its enduring lyrics are very well-written, imaginative, and delivers its message of hope and joy.

Lindsey Stirling: You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch (feat. Sabrina Carpenter)

Once again, Lindsey Stirling and Sabrina Carpenter prove Christmas music can be fun. Her rendition of this popular song (based on the popular children’s book by Dr. Seuss) is fast-paced, upbeat, and fun.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out last year’s hymn list. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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