February Spotify Playlist - Celebrating Black Artists

Published in Playlists on February 8th, 2021

Happy Black History Month! From live workouts with us to your own way of reflecting, we hope you're finding inspiring ways to celebrate Black history this month.

February's playlist is jam packed with 90 minutes of music from Black Artists who've majorly impacted the music world.From oldies (but goodies) to some recent drops, press play to elevate whatever workout you're choosing today and celebrate Black Voices!

 

 


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