cW Playlist: Issue 13 – Selfhood
PLAYLIST SELFHOOD
One of the best things you can do during the cancer journey is become your own biggest supporter. Issue 13’s tracklist provides all the inspo for the sweet solace of self-love.

To instantly access the playlist, open the Spotify app. Tap Search then the camera icon to scan Spotify code. 


TRACKLIST:

  • Get Well Soon – Ariana Grande
  • I Am Light – India.Arie
  • Good Days – SZA
  • Midnight Sky – Miley Cyrus
  • You’ve Got The Love – Florence + The Machine
  • Unwritten – Natasha Bedingfield
  • Didn’t Cha Know – Erykah Badu
  • Objects In The Mirror – Mac Miller
  • I’m Like A Bird – Alessia Cara
  • Hard to Kill – Bleached
  • Army of Me – Julia Jacklin, RVG
  • This Is Me Trying – Taylor Swift
  • Still In Motion – Turnover
  • Trying – Luna Li
  • Feel The Way I Want – Caroline Rose
  • Frontline – Kelela
  • Different Light – Best Coast
  • From This Point On – Soft Kill
  • Tough On Myself – King Princess
  • As You Are – Bianca Muñiz

 

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